Developing and Understanding Best in Class Operations

With so many tools, so little time and a huge variety of best in class programs, how do you determine the best place to start and finish? Development of a strategy that allows for proper planning that measure for anticipated outcomes will help everyone involved understand what is needed and when. Energy, Water, Waste, EPA Energy Star, City Requirements, LEED, GRESB, WELL, Fitwel, Sites, PEER, and on. Demands on operations to have answers to these programs along with costs is greater than ever. We will walk through from the simple basics onto development of a single strategy.

1. Participants will gain insights that allow them to take easy steps to qualifying and energy strategy
2. Participants will explore the best approach to developing a concise high level operational strategies
3. Participants will gain valuable insight into how best to foster high level support for an overall operations plan.
4. Participants will delve into common a common sense - practical approach to developing a master operations plan

Start Time:

3/22/2018 8:00:00 AM

End Time:

3/22/2018 8:50:00 AM

Presented by:

Allan Skodowski, LEED Fellow
Rivion LLC

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Business Management

Commissioning and Energy Efficiency Optimization

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