Reopening safe, functional, and efficient community facilities is an important step in both local COVID-19 recovery efforts and meeting Canada’s net-zero 2050 emissions targets. As communities plan for a post-pandemic future, effective measures to prevent indoor disease transmission are a local priority to protect communities’ health – as are cost-saving energy efficiency solutions to sustain their finances and preserve their environment.
Watch our webinar recording to learn more about existing building recommissioning (EBCx). Hear about lessons learned from experts in recommissioning local facilities and learn the steps to help ensure your community’s building systems are working together at optimal levels for comfort and efficiency.
In this webinar, you will:
- Learn the basics of existing building commissioning (EBCx) for different municipal building types
- Understand the expected economic, environmental, and social outcomes of recommissioning an existing community facility, including:
- Health benefits and resident comfort
- Reduced energy consumption
- Utility cost savings
- Identify how to integrate EBCx into the procurement process for renovations or as a standalone initiative
- Access information on available funding, online resources, training, and other support for your next project
- Ian Meredith, Program Development Officer, Office of Energy Efficiency, Natural Resources Canada
- Anastasia Lukyanova, M.Eng., CEM, Sustainability Planner, City of Powell River, BC
- Graham Seaman, P.Eng., LEED AP, CEM, Director, Sustainability & Asset Management, City of Markham, ON
- Hans Schleibinger, PhD, Chair, Canadian Committee on Indoor Air Quality (CCIAQ) & Senior Research Officer, National Research Council
- Meg Sears, MEng, PhD, Senior research associate, Ottawa Hospital Research Institute