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December 11- The Art and Science of Building Enclosure Design Reviews

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Third-party design reviews set the stage for achieving high-performing building enclosures. Creating relationships, and effective communication are half of the formula to meet the Owner’s Project Requirements. This leads the way to facilitate solutions as plans and specifications are analyzed scientifically per reference standards, and engineering principles. Ultimately, the building enclosure system is the product of teamwork between the Owners, Designers, Contractors, and Commissioning Providers.


  • Kelly Rice

    Kelly Rice is a Project Manager for Intertek’s Building Science Solutions group in Phoenix, Arizona. She currently manages a Building Enclosure Commissioning (BECx) team on a data center project in Mesa, Arizona totaling ~2.5 million square feet. Working for a variety of architects and owners, Kelly focuses on building enclosure documentation reviews, field inspections, and functional performance testing. Kelly also has experience in condensation potential analysis, energy-use audits, and high-performance enclosures.


    Joyce Kelly is an Architect and Certified CxP managing Commissioning projects and specializing in building enclosure and lighting & controls for GLHN Architects & Engineers. She focuses primarily on high performance buildings on University campuses. She also performs facility condition assessments and writes Measurement and Verification (M&V) plans to prove whether buildings’ actual energy performance matches their design intent. She has worked for building owners, engineers, and contractors. She taught workshops on networked lighting controls and writes articles on environmentally conscious design and building science.

December 11, 2023
Mon 10:00 AM PST

Duration 1H 0M

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