The meeting will be for practitioners to present, discuss, and collaboratively work through challenges in order to share knowledge pertaining to life cycle assessment.
For our January meeting, we will be joined by Kelsey Rose from Building Transparency to highlight TallyCAT, a free and open-access Revit plug-in that supports the export of material quantities from Revit to EC3 and allows synchronization between them.
After this presentation and Q+A, we will have an open discussion for LCA practitioners with an opportunity to share projects and ask questions. Discussion is open to users of all LCA tools and will not be limited to tallyCAT. We hope to see you there!
Participants will be assumed to have a fundamental understanding of LCA prior to the call. Please see resources below or the CLF-LA website for information.
Kelsey Rose is the Tools Program Manager at Building Transparency. In this role, Kelsey will support and manage the nonprofit’s efforts to develop free and open-access tools that enable the industry to address embodied carbon’s role in climate change. Prior to joining Building Transparency, she served as an Associate at Magnusson Klemencic Associates, where she focused on lowering the carbon impact of the built environment through her work as a structural engineer. With this previous experience, Kelsey brings a unique perspective to the nonprofit’s team to further support its efforts to manage, evolve and scale its programs and tools to support the global industry. Kelsey holds a Master of Science in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington, where she also received her Bachelor’s in Science.
AIA-CLF EMBODIED CARBON TOOLKIT
Anthony Pak, "Embodied Carbon 101"