(On-Demand) Net Zero Case Study: Stevenson High School Addition

  • Friday, December 31, 2021
  • Online/On-Demand (Available thru 12/31/2021)

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60-minute webinar available on-demand until 12/31/2021

(Originally recorded live on 4/22/2020)


  • FREE access for Illinois Green Members and $10 access for non-members.
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Join Illinois Green Alliance & Chicago Living Future Collaborative for a web-based case study and panel discussion of the Stevenson High School east building addition in Lincolnshire!

Stevenson’s East Building Addition is a 50,000 square foot science classroom addition that earned LEED Platinum Certification, Platinum Certification for the Living Architecture Performance Tool and is currently pursuing Net Zero Certification through the International Living Future Institute. Opened for school last August, the project was a recipient of a grant from the Illinois Clean Energy Community Foundation for Net Zero Energy and is currently several months into its performance period to earn its last certification and earn its status as a verified net zero energy building.

In addition to Net Zero Energy, this building is also home to a rooftop with urban agriculture and a greenhouse, and two, two-story living walls that enliven the building's interior. 

View this web-based panel discussion where the team discussed how designing and operating a net zero building is a new adventure with many lessons to share.

Speakers:

  • Sean Carney, Assistant Superintendent for Business Services, Stevenson
  • Lois Vitt Sale, Chief Sustainability Officer, Wight & Company
  • Wesley Del Prete, Project Architect, Wight & Company


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