Posted by: Advanced Glazings Ltd. | April 17, 2014

Celebrate Earth Day with Solera and the AIA

Sam Missimer, Head of Sustainable Design with Advanced Glazings will be bringing the latest Solera high-performance glazing solution news to AIA gatherings in New Jersey and New Orleans in the coming weeks, in celebration of Earth Day and the rapidly growing adoption of attainable Net-Zero Energy designs.
 
On Wednesday April 30th the New Orleans Chapter of the AIA hosts Solera for a lunch hour seminar on Daylighting and Advanced Envelope Design, lunch will be provided and attendees will earn AIA-HSW Credits. Contact AIA NOLA at (504) 525-8320.
 
On Tueday May 13th, the Central New Jersey Chapter of the AIA will host Solera for their monthly dinner meeting. Again, AIA-HSW credits will be earned by all attendees. Info: 
dxtarchitect@aol.com or call Donna Terrazo at Cannon Design (212) 972-9800.
   
Solera is being installed as an essential envelope component on several high-profile, high-performance projects now under construction including PS 62, New York City’s First Net-Zero Energy Public School, The Andlinger Center for Energy and the Environment at Princeton University, The Harlem Dream School (seed funded by NY Yankee’s first baseman Mark Teixeira), the Tennessee Valley Authority Headquarters in Chattanooga (46,000 sf skylight replacement at this iconic 1970’s ‘green’ HQ) and the US Department of Energy’s Energy Efficient Building Hub project at the Philadelphia Navy Yard.
 
Join us for one of these dynamic and informative events, or call us today to discuss how you can bring the message of true, engineered daylighting and advanced energy performance Solera to your chapter, and become part of one the most exciting and rapidly growing families of true high-performance design solutions.
 
Discover how all-glass, durable and cost-efficient Solera can help you move your projects to new levels of energy performance, and together help to make a difference through designing meaningful solutions – today, and for the future of our planet.


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