Resource Guide for Managing Facilities Through the Pandemic: Energy Saving Tips for Facility Operations

For Who?

Building owners and facility management. Anyone seeking to lower energy costs and improve building performance during the COVID-19 Pandemic will benefit from this content.


*Earn Leaning Credit: 1 CEUs (AIA LU)

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We’ve partnered with Energy Management Association (EMA) to offer continuing education learning credits. Those who watch the recorded session and successfully complete a short quiz will be eligible to receive a digital certificate for 1 AIA LU (learning unit). These will count toward the requirements for the AABC Commissioning Group’s (ACG’s) CxA (Certified Commissioning Authority), the Energy Management Association’s EMP (Energy Management Professional), and LEED general education requirements. Many other certifications accept AIA LUs, attendees should check with their certification body for approval.
Please note that processing of certificates can take up to 7 days. Filing for approval with appropriate state engineering boards and knowing the applicable state licensing board requirements are the responsibilities of the individual.
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Energy Efficiency Engineering



Bryan Conrad, EBCP, Energy Education Coordinator for Prince William County Public Schools 


Glen Anderson, PE, Sr Engineering VP for ETC Group


Jim Crockett, PE, Sr Project Engineer for ETC Group


Christopher Cox, PE, Engineering Manager, Utility Services for Nexant


Mike Kelly, TBE, CxA, Pres. for American Testing, Executive VP for Associated Air Balance Council (AABC) 

Downloadable Presenter Slides

Shutdown Checklists & Weekly Building Check Guide 

*Checklists courtesy of Bryan Conrad of Prince William County Public Schools

Useful articles, videos and industry guidelines

CxEnergy 2020: Commissioning for Reliability and Resiliency- Lessons Learned

The ability of critical systems to anticipate, resist, respond, adapt, and recover from a failure or disturbance – from natural disasters to intentional attacks to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis – can have huge consequences, and owners of critical facilities are adding formal resiliency plans to their risk management. This course will explore commissioning’s role including appropriate metrics, examples of vulnerabilities facing facilities today, and discussion of several case studies where additional planning could have mitigated disruptive or catastrophic events.

Tech Hour: Occupant Health, Building Energy Performance and Humidity

Understanding the powerful influence of indoor-air on humans is not just theoretically interesting; it has become an urgent topic for all of us. Get ready to be totally amazed by the power of proper humidification and learn actionable steps to improve your own health, productivity and learning.

Dr. Taylor is the CEO of Taylor Healthcare Commissioning, Inc. After working as a physician for many decades, Dr. Taylor obtained a Masters in Architecture as well as Infection Control certification. Her lifelong commitment to occupant health and wellness focuses on indoor physical environments and improving owner ROI.

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