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The purpose of this wiki is to share the findings of the Living Building Science VIP team at Georgia Tech to help scientists, engineers, architecs, and contractors make science-based decisions about constructing sustainable buildings.  
 
The purpose of this wiki is to share the findings of the Living Building Science VIP team at Georgia Tech to help scientists, engineers, architecs, and contractors make science-based decisions about constructing sustainable buildings.  
  
Living Building Science is a Georgia Tech VIP team studying the sustainable systems embedded in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Atlanta. The team is led by four GT faculty members:  
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Living Building Science is a Georgia Tech VIP team studying the sustainable systems embedded in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Atlanta. We have an additional team focused on Air Quality which is a separate section of the course.
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The instructional team is:  
  
*[https://eas.gatech.edu/people/cobb-dr-kim Kim Cobb - test]
 
 
*[https://eas.gatech.edu/people/grantham-meg Meg Grantham]
 
*[https://eas.gatech.edu/people/grantham-meg Meg Grantham]
 
*[https://biosciences.gatech.edu/people/jennifer-leavey Jennifer Leavey]
 
*[https://biosciences.gatech.edu/people/jennifer-leavey Jennifer Leavey]
 
*[https://biosciences.gatech.edu/people/emily-weigel Emily Weigel]
 
*[https://biosciences.gatech.edu/people/emily-weigel Emily Weigel]
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*[https://www.cc.gatech.edu/fac/Russell.Clark/ Russ Clark] (Air Quality)
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*[https://eas.gatech.edu/people/cobb-dr-kim Kim Cobb] (Air Quality)
  
  
And currently consists of five subteams:
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Consultants are:
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*Jason Riedy (Computing)
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*Steve Place (Horticulture)
  
*[[Greywater Wetland]]
 
*[[Liquid Waste Nitrification]]
 
*[[Condensate]]
 
*[[Materials]]
 
*[[Air Quality]]
 
  
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And currently consists of six subteams:
  
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*[[Air Quality]]
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Latest revision as of 15:15, 30 April 2022

The purpose of this wiki is to share the findings of the Living Building Science VIP team at Georgia Tech to help scientists, engineers, architecs, and contractors make science-based decisions about constructing sustainable buildings.

Living Building Science is a Georgia Tech VIP team studying the sustainable systems embedded in the Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design in Atlanta. We have an additional team focused on Air Quality which is a separate section of the course.


The instructional team is:


Consultants are:

  • Jason Riedy (Computing)
  • Steve Place (Horticulture)


And currently consists of six subteams: