August Chapter Meeting – Joint Meeting with USGBC

Register here for the August Chapter Meeting!


Monday, Aug 10th

5:30-6:15pm – Registration & Networking

6:15-7:30pm – Presentation & Dinner


Sheet Metal Workers Local 36, Suite 200

2319 Chouteau Avenue

St. Louis, MO 63103


Chapter Members Cost $0.00*

*when chapter dues paid

 Non-Members Cost $25.00


Code Dread: Keeping up with ASHRAE and LEED



This course looks at the major changes to ASHRAE 90.1-2010 through the lens of a case study project where energy modeling was used to determine the new standard’s effects on energy savings and LEED certification.



  1. Identify the major changes in ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and why it is important to begin preparing clients for these changes now.
  2. Describe the changes made in ASHRAE 90.1 over the years making for more stringent requirements and an increased need for creative and innovative
  3. Discuss how a LEED-certified building under one version of the standard would not necessarily be certified under a newer version and changes required to maintain the projected energy savings.
  4. Identify how energy modeling can help design firms plan for and reach a project’s energy savings goal with respect to ASHRAE 90.1-2010 and LEED v4



Scott Bowman, PE LEED Fellow

Owner – Building Sage

Integrated Design + Energy Advisors, LLC

Scott retired as Principal and Corporate Sustainability Leader with KJWW, a multi-discipline engineering consulting firm of over 500 people, in June of 2014.  He represents extensive experience in consulting engineering and the built environment. He was involved in most LEED projects (over 130 upon his retirement) for the firm and speaks regularly on sustainability at regional and national conferences and provides regular training on multiple subjects.  To further expand his voice in the built environment, Scott formed Integrated Design + Energy Advisors to assist owners and design teams to reach high levels of performance on their projects through many different methods and services.  In general, he intends to help projects Start Better; Reach Higher; Finish Strong.  He is also president of the Iowa USGBC chapter and dual member of the Idaho chapter.   You can learn more and see Scott’s resume at