Total Building Commissioning conference discounted

ACG is offering a discount to building owners, architects, and owner's reps on its Total Building Commissioning conference.

04/04/2012


ACG's Total Building Commissioning conference, held April 25 to 27 at the Hard Rock Hotel in Las Vegas, spotlights a number of commissioning and energy-management approaches that will help owners save on energy costs while improving building operation.

In anticipation of the event, ACG is offering a special discount to building owners, architects, and owner's reps who have not yet registered.

To take advantage of this special discounted registration fee of $300, 40% off the original registration price, fill out the registration form and return it to ACG headquarters. 

Working with commissioning providers can be of great benefit to you and your buildings; commissioning and energy management practices are cost effective ways to improve energy efficiency, and optimize building performance.

Featured presentations include:

  • Existing Building Commissioning: Forensics vs. Energy Management, a panel discussion and open forum with industry experts discussing the differences between “traditional” existing building commissioning and holistic energy management
  • Envelope Commissioning and Existing Building Envelope Diagnostics will discuss how critical it is to understand envelope commissioning and diagnostics for existing buildings
  • Energy Modeling Applications for Existing Buildings will explain how energy modeling can be used throughout the life of a building, particularly for continuous improvement of existing buildings.

View the full conference program.



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