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Thursday, May 2 • 10:30am - 12:00pm
Living Community Research: Transforming Two Campuses of San Francisco State University

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San Francisco State University has 2 major campuses, one is located in a high density urban center and is growing due to high demand for quality education and housing, and a marine science research lab at the edge of the San Francisco Bay. These two sites have very different conditions and drivers, and both are using the Living Community Challenge to guide all future development. LCC is a strong tool for campus master planning and this session illustrates in detail how each campus is dealing with issues of decarbonization, density increases, biophilic environments, mobility, community engagement, and equity.
Learning Objectives:

  1. Understand the master planning process using LCC and how to solve for cost effective zero net carbon, energy and water design at two campus scale
  2. Understand how to implement key sustainability goals at the campus scale and how to establish metric-based targets
  3. Learn about key strategies being employed at two campus scales (e.g. renewable energy, storage, microgrids, water recycling and reuse)
  4. Learn about phasing strategies and how to set and evaluate sustainability metrics that will endure over time
This session is approved for the following continuing education credits:
  • 1.5 LFA credits
  • 1.5 AIA LU|HSW credits

avatar for Claire Maxfield

Claire Maxfield

Director, Atelier Ten
Claire is the director of Atelier Ten's San Francisco office as well as a leader in environmental design. She is an expert in sustainable water and stormwater management, climate-responsive architecture, thermal and visual comfort, façade optimization, advanced energy and HVAC systems... Read More →

Jill Anthes

Executive Director of Planning + Design, San Francisco State University
Jill heads physical planning and design at San Francisco State University and promotes positivetransformation in the built environment. As a community planner and urbanist, Jill brings experience in design, policy, and management in higher education, for-profit businesses, nonprofit... Read More →
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Andrea Traber

Sr Principal, Integral Group
Andrea Traber contributes over 25 years of experience as Project Architect and Principal on numerousgreen building projects, sustainable master plans, climate action plans and energy programs to theIntegral Group team. Throughout her career, Andrea has dedicated herself as an industry... Read More →
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Beth Foster

Principal, Page
Beth Foster is a Principal at Page in San Francisco, where she leads the consultant team preparing the SF State Romberg Tiburon Campus Master Plan. She is an expert at engaging campus administrators, faculty, staff, students, and community stakeholders in the planning process. In... Read More →
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John Leys

Principal, Sherwood Design Engineers
John Leys is a civil engineer that leads sustainable infrastructure planning and project implementation at Sherwood Design Engineers. He has over 20 years of experience working with public agencies, institutions, and private developers on the implementation of water management and... Read More →

Thursday May 2, 2019 10:30am - 12:00pm PDT
Hyatt Regency - Snohomish Room #605