For the first time in 30 years at the end of June, AIA’s annual Conference on Architecture was held in New York City.
A team from Autocase was there learning about the sustainability and resiliency needs for architects and their clients.
In between all the networking and educational sessions, we were joined by leaders from HOK, Foster + Partners, New York Times and the Yale School of Architecture to celebrate Autocase’s success as a tool that can help architects and designers justify high performing building designs.
Collaborative relationships with the clients in aviation, stadium, public and commercial buildings sectors is making our Autocase for Buildings Beta program a success and users are finding opportunities to introduce Autocase into new projects.
Triple Bottom Line Cost Benefit Analysis (TBL-CBA) applied to building design seems to be resonating.
The ability to put a dollar value on, among other effects, improved occupant health and productivity from ventilation, thermal comfort and daylight, is a powerful tool in the architect’s toolbox.
Here are some snaps from our AIA event: