Project Management for Energy Efficiency

Thursday, November 21, 2019 (8:30 AM - 12:30 PM) (PST)
Event Details
Facilities typically experience several modifications during their lifecycle. Have you considered one for your building? This half-day seminar will explain the basics behind managing projects and provide insight on improving building efficiency. Topics include how to evaluate and choose projects, how incentives, rebates and SDG&E’s Trade Pro Alliance can be a resource, and why good construction management is essential. Learn how to set project requirements, perform basic estimating, choose a contractor and manage projects to completion. Project examples include cool roofs, lighting, and HVAC upgrades. Seminar Highlights: Gain insight on choosing the best projects Find out how project management basics can be applied to your project Learn about common projects to improve energy efficiency Discover how SDG&E can be a resource Target Audience: Facility Managers Building Owners and Operators Property Managers Building Technician Learning Level: Beginner Speaker: David Timber has over thirty years of facility operations and project management experience. He is currently a strategic project manager for the County of San Diego, Department of General Services and has private sector experience as a project manager for a local mechanical engineering firm. He evaluates opportunities to incorporate energy-efficient designs and renewable energy systems in new construction and building alteration projects. David earned his degree in agricultural engineering from Cornell University and has a Master’s in Public Administration from National University. He is also an instructor of facility and project management courses at UCSD Extension, and an LEED-accredited professional with the US Green Building Council. Check-In: 8 a.m. with breakfast provided
Additional Information
Event Contact:
Jessica McVey
Contact Organization:
Efficiency First California
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