The WSU Integrated Design + Construction Laboratory recently completed their 2020 Annual Report. We invite you to read this report to find out more about lab activities, sponsored projects, and topics over the last year.
The Washington State University Integrated Design + Construction Lab (ID+CL) conducts sponsored design and construction research activities under WSU’s School of Design + Construction and the Composite Materials and Engineering Center.
The ID+CL advances innovation in practice as part of an allied regional network of university labs (UO, UW, WSU, UI, MSU) that provides technical assistance and market diffusion services to A/E/C/O building teams. The ID+CL seeks to transform design, construction and building operational practices to advance high-performance buildings that are more comfortable for people, require less carbon and energy to construct and maintain, and enhance the health and productivity of occupants.
Research topics include but are not limited to occupant comfort (thermal and visual), adaptive behaviors, energy efficiency, high-performance buildings, human-building interfaces and controls, and management of human satisfaction and behaviors.
Great work by Julia Day and the ID+CL team!
Julia K. Day, PhD
Assistant Professor | Construction Management
Director | Integrated Design + Construction Lab
School of Design + Construction | Washington State University