Assistant Professor David Fannon who has a joint appointment in the School of Architecture and the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, explains how the Olympics designs its buildings to be converted for future use.
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- MS: Building Science and Sustainability University of California, Berkeley 2013
- B-Arch: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. 2005
- Registered Architect: New York
- Leed Accredited Professional Building Design + Construction
- American Institute of Architects
- R. Philips, L. Troup, D. Fannon, M. Eckelman, Do Resilient and Sustainable Design Strategies Conflict in Commercial Buildings? A Critical Analysis of Existing Resilient Building Frameworks and Their Sustainability Implications, Energy and Buildings, 146, 2017, 295-311
- D. Fannon, M. Laboy, Teaching Building Science in Design Studio, Journal of the National Institute of Building Science, 4(6), 2016, 22-25
- M. Laboy, D. Fannon, Theory and Praxis: a Critical Framework for Architecture, Enquiry the Architectural Research Centers Consortium Journal, 13(2), 2016
- H. Zhang, E. Arens, M. Taub, D. Dickerhoff, F. Bauman, M. Fountain, W. Pasut, D. Fannon, Y. Zhai, M. Pigman Using Footwarmers in Offices for Thermal Comfort and Energy Savings, Energy and Buildings, 104, 2015, 233-243
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CEE Assistant Professors David Fannon, Matthew Eckelman, and Architecture Assistant Professor Michelle Laboy's project "Building Resilience: A Tool for Planning & Decision-making"...
An interdisciplinary team of Northeastern CEE professors and those from Tufts have received a $1.1M NSF grant to develop a decision and design framework for multi-hazard resilient and sustainable buildings.