Re-Thinking Operations & Maintenance for High Performance Buildings
On Demand Training
FEMP First Thursday Seminars provide training for Federal energy and environmental professionals. Leading experts address timely topics in 90-minute sessions, offered live via satellite or through streaming video at your desktop.
Register now to learn about engagement programs for key stakeholders -- including building owners, operators, and occupants -- in the design, construction, and operation of sustainable facilities. Find out about a cyclical process that involves stewardship, performance, and enabling tools and metrics that result in refinements and continual improvement.
Discover best practices and techniques to:
- Begin with proven planning methods that lead to quantifiable results
- Incorporate whole-building thinking in all phases of design, operations, and maintenance
- Identify, select, and procure the lowest impact materials, equipment, and systems
- Engage occupants and users in the adoption of sustainable behaviors and procedures
- Measure, monitor, and verify whole-building performance to meet your reporting requirements
FEMP CEUs awarded upon successful completion of a multiple choice assessment.
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Date recorded: June 6, 2013
- Sarah Jensen, Technical Lead for Sustainable Buildings, Federal Energy Management Program. Read bio.
- Michelle Slovensky, Senior Sustainability Manager, National Renewable Energy Laboratory. Read bio.
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