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Upcoming Webinar: Making Energy Evaluation Easy for Architects

Starts March 15 2023, 12PM (EDT).

Energy evaluation is an important factor in the design of a building as it affects its energy efficiency, comfort, and sustainability.

It’s important however, to optimize the building performance and in the early stages of the design, while the project is still flexible.

Archicad users already possess the tools to produce a dynamic energy evaluation of their BIM model. The architect or designer can show the client the long-term cost savings and environmental benefits that come with the design. This can help to increase the client’s confidence in the design and make them more likely to sign off on it.

CADcentre is inviting Andy Thomson, Architect, to this online User Group to discuss the topic of energy evaluation and how you can harness the tools within Archicad. Through his practice at Thomson Architect, Andy has been applying his expertise in Net Zero, Zero Carbon, Regenerative and Passive House design since 1997.


Event Agenda:

Starts March 15 2023, 12PM (EDT).

Reasons to look closely at energy efficiency early in the design

  • How to setup the model for energy evaluation
  • Doing an Energy Model Review
  • Editing project and comparing results
  • Doing thermal bridging studies
  • Q&A


About Thomson Architecture Inc

Thomson Architecture Inc. is located in Barrie, Canada, and is an award-winning architectural firm that specializes in the design of commercial, residential, and mixed-use spaces. The firm is known for its creative and innovative design solutions and its commitment to sustainability.

The team at Thomson Architecture, Inc. is dedicated to creating spaces that are both aesthetically pleasing and functionally efficient, and they are experienced in a variety of architectural styles, including modern, traditional, and contemporary. The firm also offers a wide range of services, including ecological design, energy modelling, and sub-consulting to other Architects.