BNIM’s Chad–Jamie Rigaud, Dan Brown, and Aaron Ross to speak at SCUP-52 July 8–12, 2017 in Washington, DC

The Palomar Community College District Maintenance and Operations Complex uses passive design to produce a human-purposed building designed to target Net Zero Energy and Living Building Challenge Petal Certification. The session will walk through the benefits of using a collaborative, design-build process in order to maximize project budgets and achieve integrated design results.  

Passive Design: Re-allocating Confined Budgets Towards an Active, Sustainable Campus
Tuesday, July 11, 2017
3:00 PM– 4:00 PM | Marriott Wardman Park, Washington Room 4

Dennis Astl, Manager, Construction & Facilities Planning, Palomar College
Chad-Jamie Rigaud, Architectural Designer, BNIM
Dan Brown, Architectural Designer, BNIM
Aaron Ross, Landscape Designer, BNIM

Convened by:
Lynda Herrig, Director, Business Development, Newcomb & Boyd


View the program for SCUP's Annual Conference themed “We Strengthen and Transform Higher Education”