Clayton Bartczack is the sustainability team leader at Ambient Energy and is involved in many aspects of the LEED green building certification process. One of these aspects is “daylight analysis,” which focuses on how people are going to interact with daylight within a LEED space.
He explains his involvement in the redesign of Denver Union Station, which followed LEED goals and that this, and projects like it, are all about “helping people change their mind about what’s possible.”
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