Join us in the now famous BCIT High Performance Building Lab (NW-03 on the Burnaby campus) for:
Life Cycle Assessment as a tool to reduce embodied carbon and other procurement-based environmental impacts of construction projects. Overview, case study, and lessons for Municipalities.
Ryan Zizzo MASc, PEng, LEED AP ND, is a professional engineer with a decade of green building project management experience across Canada and Europe. He creates and implements sustainability strategies that help clients understand, track and reduce their environmental impacts and exposure to climate change risk. Strategies including green building certifications, embodied carbon life cycle assessment, and resiliency strategies. He previously worked for one of Canada’s leading green engineering firms, was a lecturer at Finland’s largest Technical Universities and has provided green building education seminars throughout Europe. Ryan holds engineering degrees from Queen’s University (BScEng), the University of Toronto (MASc) and is a LEED AP ND.
When: Thursday Sept. 21 at 3 pm (1 hour)
Where: BCIT HPBL in NW-03 (www.bcit.a/map)
Cost: free (no registration needed)