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What is a High-Performance Building?


A building can’t be high-performance based on its design alone. Connecting design intent with ongoing, long-term operational efficiency is what makes a building truly high-performance. But how do you bridge that gap? How do you ensure that assumptions made during design bear out in the performance of the building when it’s handed off to you, the facility manager? This panel session will feature experts who will share their knowledge about how to ensure buildings are operated as efficiently as they were intended in design.


1. Define a high-performance building
2. Specify how FMs can ensure their building is operating as efficiently as it was designed 3. Clarify what truly makes a high-performance building

 
Start Time:

3/11/2015 3:10:00 PM

End Time:

3/11/2015 4:00:00 PM

Presented by:

Moderator: Greg Zimmerman
Executive Editor
Building Operating Management


Jayson Antonoff
U.S. Director, Global Buildings Performance Network
Institute for Market Transformation


James L. Newman, CEM, LEED AP, ASHRAE OPMP & BEAP
Managing Partner
Newman Consulting Group, LLC


Room Number:

321

Audience:

Intermediate

CEU:

0.1

Track:

Greening an Existing Building

Energy



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