IFMA – CFM Credit, AFE – CEU Credit. Free to all qualified professionals.

 

 

 

The Basics of Surplus Property Disposition (“Get Ready to Sell that Asset”)

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 9:00am

 

Marc Hudock, V.P., GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc.
John “Andrew” Warren, Industrial Real Estate Specialist, Atlantic Real Estate Services
William J. Beneduce, Esq., Norris McLaughlin
Although every real estate deal is different, disposition of commercial, industrial or other assets have some common elements that sellers should be prepared for. You will learn what buyers look for and what environmental considerations to be aware of.

 

Energy Efficiency Oportunities for Commercial & Industrial Buildings through NJ’s Clean Energy Program

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 9:00am

 

Tony O’Donnell. Outreach Coordinator, NJ’s Clean Energy Program
This talk will cover an overview of the various NJCEP offerings that are available for businesses in New Jersey. The talk is aimed at small to medium-sized businesses.
You will learn available financial incentives to upgrade your facility and how to make it more energy-efficient.

 

 

Taking Control of Facility Maintenance with CMMS

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 10:15am

 

Tim Thomas, Sales Manager, Q Ware
Attendees will gain a better understanding of utilizing a CMMS application to enhance the management of their facilities CMMS features, implementation and buying tips.

 

Conquering the EH&S Challenges That All Facility Managers Face

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 10:15am

 

Mark Roman, President, Envision Environmental, Inc.
This presentation will identify many of the most significant EH&S issues that facility managers face each day, regardless of facility type, along with helpful steps to address these issues. Emphasis will be placed on the role of facility manager and how that responsibility relates to EH&S.  It is critical that facility managers learn to recognize their own EH&S blind spots. What are the “problem areas” at your facility that you just can’t see? We will review ways to show you how to look for these hidden issues.

 

Can Building Comfort be “Just Right?”

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 1:15pm

 

Mick Reilly, Sales Manager, Patriot Energy
This talk will provide strategies to team build your HVAC & Controls partners, so that consistent building comfort can and should be more attainable, from commissioning to building operations, everyone plays a key role. You will learn why a comprehensive understanding of Commissioning is so critical.

 

Tangible Ways You Can Reduce Energy Costs while Meeting Sustainability Objectives

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 1:15pm

 

Tom Dyer, Sr. Director of Procurement & Analysis, Usource
How you buy and manage your company’s energy can significantly impact your bottom line. To be discussed are real ways facility managers can leverage renewable energy and fund energy efficiency, projects to meet sustainability goals and maximize energy supply purchases.

 

IEQ: Wellness & Its Effects On The Built Environment

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 2:30pm

 

Drew DePalma, Director of Operations, M&E Engineers
Wellness has become a very trendy term lately, particularly in the corporate space. If implemented correctly, it can have a significant effect on employee retention and efficiency. A brief history of wellness and its crossover into the mainstream will be reviewed. There will be general overview of the WELL Building Standard, which is a performance-based system for measuring, certifying, and monitoring features of the built environment that impact human health and well being, through air, water, nourishment, light, movement, thermal comfort, sound, materials, mind, and community. Synergies between the WELL and LEED Rating systems will be discussed. WELL is similar to the Indoor Environmental Quality category of LEED, but goes a few steps further. In general LEED is more concerned with reducing energy, while some WELL initiatives will actually increase energy use. In addition, wellness in the built environment relies heavily on building operations. A case study of a recently WELL certified and LEED Platinum building will be provided.

Resiliency Up and Carbon Emissions Down:  Two New Energy Technologies To Power Buildings and Grounds

Nov. 6th 2019 – 2:30pm

Dan Connors COO – Aris Energy Solutions

Part 1 – An off-grid solar/wind powered streetlight that also powers auxiliary loads  The presentation will focus on how the integration of energy efficiency, solar, wind, energy storage, controls and communications all work as a system to provide 100% renewable and resilient power, off-grid without trenching or wiring. Part 2 – “Fuel Cells…real solution for resilient and sustainabe power….or just hype?”   Dan will provide a primer on how fuel cells work, the different types of fuel cell technologies, where they do and do not make sense, a short “state of the fuel cell industry” and why he is bullish on small modular fuel cells to serve the needs of many types of buildings.

How To Unlock a New Annual Income Stream for Landlords of Sub-Metered Properties (Without Any Risk or Capital Investment)

 

Nov. 6th 2019 – 3:45pm

 

Jack Doueck, Principal, Advanced Energy Capital
This presentation will show how landlords of sub-metered assets (primarily office buildings) in 9 states can convert their electricity expense into a profit center without any risk and without any effect on their tenants.