Community and tenant engagement: keys to success
GBCI: 0910000197Session at the Alberta Sustainable Building Symposium 2014.
- 1 CE
- LEED AP BD+C
- LEED AP O+M
This session focuses on the human element as a vital key to the success of sustainable design and construction. Presenters will walk through the commissioning process, reviewing lessons learned from three University of Calgary case studies as they pertain to owners, designs and contractors. As well, presenters will offer a case study from Winnipeg, detailing community involvement that made a 90-year-old inner city church relevant again for the community. Finally, the session will explore case studies showing that achieving LEED Platinum for existing buildings is more attainable than many people believe if the team targets key points and works with a common purpose.
- Learn how effective communication among project stakeholders can significantly improve the project outcomes.
- Learn about commissioning best practices.
- Learn about the key components of successful commissioning plans.
- Increase understanding of LEED Existing Building Platinum project requirements.
- Increase understanding of the strategies and thinking needed to achieve high LEED certification levels.
- Explore practical retrofit and operational applications.
- Increase understanding of how to increase the interior comfort of an historic building without compromising the historic structure.
- Increase understanding of how to redesign an historic building to meet the needs of multiple modern stakeholders.
- Exploring means of effective pot-occupancy project evaluation.