Join the IES for an exciting look at all perspectives of the construction process. The Rocky Mountain IES is hosting a panel of individuals to help all of us understand the roles and responsibilities of the different players involved in a typical construction cycle. On the panel will be an architect, lighting designer, electrical engineer, electrical contractor, electrical distributor and lighting rep. We will be asking them a series of questions about their roles, challenges and scopes of work to get an inside look at all levels of the channel.
Come join us for a personal tour of Zoo Lights, where we will be joined by John Murgel, the horticulture manager, and his team. He will be talking about planning and design, changes from year to year, power flow, challenges, the responsibilities of the team, and lighting control.
Details coming soon!
The IES and many other design organizations are sponsoring Denver Does Design's 6th annual Emerging Professionals Event, Meet the Dark Side.Join us for an evening of games and prizes while you network with young professionals from the diverse fields of architecture, interior design, urban design and planning, landscape architecture, graphic design, marketing, construction, sustainability, industrial design, lighting, engineering and more!
In collaboration with the CU Boulder Student Chapter of IES, we’re presenting Robert Soler, who leads the Human Biological Technologies and Research at BIOS. The event will take place at the CU Boulder Campus, Engineering Center, Room ECCR 265 – University of Colorado, Boulder
Join us for a tour of Davis Partnership Architect’s new office space, Bindery on Blake, with lighting designer Lisa Bartlett and Architect Kurt Basford. learn how the lighting and control systems were integrated into the historic space without compromising flexibility, user comfort, or sustainability. Hear the design team’s lessons learned and subsequently applied in an expansion of the original 20,000 square foot space, as well as challenges arising from illuminating a sizable living wall. Recently certified as LEED v4 ID+C Gold, 2901 Blake Street has also received awards from AIA, IIDA, and most recently, the Award of Honor for Small Commercial Lighting Design at the 2017 Brilliance Awards.
A color and perception hodgepodge, this talk will explore, from a physics and biological perspective, why we perceive color the way we do and how it impacts our daily lives. Speaker Chris Slaughter will be bringing demonstrations and will wrap up the evening with a Q&A on any related topics. Come join IESRMS for an informative and engaging evening!