How to Specify Integrated Automation and Connected Buildings Using MasterFormat Division 25 Specifications
This webinar introduces the concept of achieving a Smart Integrated Building Design using a not well-known American Institute of Architects (AIA) MasterFormat Division 25 Specification. In today’s world, with data traffic growing exponentially, mobile phones being a primary source of information, and building owners wanting a future ready building that is sustainable and can evolve around occupant/tenant needs, there is an increased demand for more intelligent and connected buildings. With building management systems costing only 1-2% of the building’s construction and lasting 20+ years, we are seeing an increased demand using MasterFormat Division 25 Specification to produce high performance buildings. This presentation is to help Designers, Specifiers, and Engineers gain a better understanding on how they can adapt and adjust to digitization within connected buildings through understanding trends, use cases, and what a MasterFormat Division 25 Specification is.
- Illustrate an understanding on how trends drive connectivity
- Defining Intelligent Buildings and how they interact with one another
- Summarize what a Master Division 25 Specification is
- Analyze use cases affecting energy codes, wellness and workplace efficiency.
Brad Bonfiglio, Consultant Solution Architect Director, Schneider Electric
Jack Smith, Content Manager, CFE Media LLC