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Home and school design for Haiti

Thursday, January 13th, 2011

University of Kentucky continues its commitment to helping Haiti get back on its feet with some high performance design using BIM and integrated project delivery.

“Net-Zero Home and School Design
Under the direction of Gregory Luhan, associate dean for research at UK College of Design, students have developed housing and school prototypes that could be used in Haiti. This is a high-performance design build that informs new construction and adaptive reuse of net-zero living, which offers directions for lifestyle change.
This spring semester Luhan’s class of design and engineering students will leverage the fall semester’s research and use IPD (integrated project delivery) and BIM (building information modeling) software to collaboratively design and analyze a variety of approaches through digital simulations and computational fluid dynamics to prove the possibility of achieving net-zero. “

-University of Kentucky News

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