Training: Energy Efficiency in Building Design
March 9, 2017
Training: Energy Efficiency in Building
Building Envelopes for Energy Efficiency Design
Organized by the Centre for Innovation and
After a first successful session on building energy context and
physical principles, a second course will focus on envelope components to
achieve energy efficiency in buildings for the Lebanese context.
WHO IS IT FOR:
Architects, engineers and building professionals intending to improve the energy
efficiency of a building. Individuals considering a consultancy job in the
energy saving field.
Dr. Talal Salem, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Notre Dame
Dr. Elias Kinab, Associate Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Lebanese
Industrial Research Institute, Lebanese University Campus, Hadat, Baabda.
Thursday, March 9, 2017, from 3.00 pm to 6.00 pm
Create energy and financial savings by reducing energy consumption
Reduce CO2 emissions produced by a building
Assess the current energy consumption and create action plan on how to reduce
The building envelope is a key element in designing energy efficient buildings.
It constitutes the filter between the internal and external environment. The
understanding of the façade impact on the energy use, GHC emissions and
occupants comfort is fundamental to deliver performance-driven design of
This course covers the design principles for envelope design:
• Glass types and properties,
• Thermal performance of building envelopes.
50 USD per person
A certificate of participation will be provided at the end of the training.
Kindly confirm your participation to Ms. Manale Tabanji before March 7, by phone
05 465609 or by e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org