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Continuing Education Opportunities with BEE

BEE can support your projects in multiple ways. Take an opportunity to chat with our many specialists while earning continuing education credits.



As an interdisciplinary firm that offers a comprehensive range of services, BEE offers a uniquely holistic perspective to envelope and energy design. We are always excited to share our insights and engage in discussion with our clients and partners. We have both accredited AIA/CES Learning Units and various non-accredited presentations in rotation. These casual events can be scheduled throughout the year in both the Seattle and Portland areas. Take a look below and let us know which Lunch and Learn you would like to set up!


BUILDING SCIENCE CONCEPTS AND THE ROLE OF AN ENVELOPE CONSULTANT

This course focuses on the basic concepts of building envelope design and how a consultant can help mitigate risks by supporting the project from the design phase through construction. The discussion will cover rainscreen cavity performance, thermal bridging and condensation control, as well as the continuity of the different envelope control layers. At the conclusion of the presentation, participants will gain a deeper understanding of how an envelope consultant can provide the expertise and experience to build air and water-tight buildings that meet code and legislative requirements.


BEE Experts

Chad Smith, PE | Managing Principal

Chad Brickner, RBEC, RRO, CDT | Senior Project Manager

Patrick McMahon, EIT | Operations Manager

Tyler Smith, PE | Portland Branch Manager


WASHINGTON STATE ENERGY CODE 2021 – CHANGES AND COMPLIANCE 1 AIA CES Learning Unit

This course provides a focused outline of the 2021 WSEC, offering professionals in architecture and construction a concise overview of the latest updates and compliance paths. Through interactive sessions and real-world examples, attendees will develop the skills needed to navigate and apply the 2021 code effectively. Join us to stay abreast of the evolving standards in energy-efficient construction and contribute to a more sustainable built environment.


BEE Experts

Telman Gasanov | Principal, Energy & Sustainability

Katya Bautista | Energy Department Manager

Cybil Tribié | Sustainability Department Manager


UPCOMING CHANGES IN THE 2024 OREGON ENERGY CODE 1 AIA CES Learing Unit

This presentation dives into the key updates in the 2024 Oregon Energy Code.  Our building envelope and energy experts provide an analysis of the code's upcoming changes, primarily as it relates to the exterior envelope, energy efficiency, integration of renewable energy, adaptive design strategies, and an enhanced focus on occupant well-being. This session offers practitioners guidance on compliance and implementation, affording participants a comprehensive understanding of the evolving architectural landscape. Elevate your professional expertise by joining us for this exploration into the regulatory framework.


BEE Experts

Telman Gasanov | Principal, Energy & Sustainability

Katya Bautista | Energy Department Manager

Cybil Tribié | Sustainability Department Manager

Tyler Smith, PE | Portland Branch Manager


Schedule a presentation to find out more!

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