The Tampa Section has an active calendar that includes various educational courses as well as multiple opportunities to network and socialize with industry peers. To keep abreast with our upcoming events follow the calendar below.
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PROGRAM MEETING FEE: Monthly program meeting fee includes lunch and educational presentation. We ask that you please RSVP up to 7 days in advance via the program meeting invitations emailed from IES Tampa Section. Your attendance is expected once confirming your RSVP as we reserve food and space. No shows may be asked to prepay for future events to guarantee a reservation.
PRE-PAY: Pre-pay is offered and is encouraged to reserve your spot at the monthly program meetings. The link to pre-pay will be provided with program meeting invitations. Please contact Patrick Conway at email@example.com with any questions or concerns.
IES Member = $30.00
IES Non-Member = $35.00
Student = $15.00
“Light for Life” is a global conversation about the impact of light on the lives of humans, plants, and animals. As hosts of this collaborative webinar series, the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES) will facilitate 16 webinars over the course of two days, with 15 partner organizations from around the world. Each organization will curate their own webinar in the series shaping the discussion of “Light for Life” with unique perspectives from all 7 continents.
In practice, the potential of light is something we often view through the lens of our own country’s trends, concerns and accomplishments. By opening this webinar series to global partners, the IES hopes to bring people together to learn from one another about the impact of light on lives all over the world. This series will be free for all.
Presenter: Tina Nguyen, Rich Brilliant Willing Lighting
Description: This one-hour CEU program discusses how today’s decorative luminaires can – and do – provide functional lighting for commercial applications.
Beginning with discussion of different lighting effects (and how to describe them), we will look at various techniques for applying and integrating decorative luminaires to functional lighting needs.
We will conclude with guidelines to luminaire selection according to light output, direction, and color.
- Apply functional lighting techniques using decorative luminaires.
- Integrate decorative luminaires into common architectural applications.
- Select decorative LED luminaires for light output, direction, and color.
(1 AIA CEU)
This program is intended for Lighting Designers, Architects, Electrical Engineers, and Interior Designers
Intended Audience: Lighting Designers, Architects, Electrical Engineers, and Interior Designers
As we start to find our “new normal” in COVID-19, there are many trends becoming relevant in today’s commercial office space. Teleworking is here to stay, but workers who do return to the office will return to vastly different work configurations.
Join our panel of experts to learn more about the emerging, and ever-changing, trends in commercial offices.
- Discuss how you can reduce your lighting operation costs and take advantage of the QIP “Qualified Improvement Property” tax.
- Explain how you update your sequence of operation to include touchless interfaces, reduce energy costs, aid in building code compliance, occupant comfort.
- Summarize the benefits of daylighting within an office space and how it can promote occupational well-being.
*This course is registered with AIA for (1) LU | HSW credit