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Improved Energy Savings and

Environmental Control in Large Buildings

Presented by:

William A. Turner, P.E. – Turner Building Science & Design, Harrison, ME

William Turner will present a detailed overview of proven strategies and techniques for significantly reducing energy use in larger buildings.  Bill will use actual project case studies and histories, including an extensive case study of a Hannaford supermarket in New England that was able to achieve a 50% reduction in energy use, turning it from the worst store in the region to one that represents a model process for all of Hannaford’s facilities.

The session will focus on benchmarking energy use in buildings, and how information from the benchmarking process can assist facility managers, building owners, and real estate developers determine how well a building is performing both on its own as well as in the broader marketplace.

Strategies to ensure healthy indoor air quality for the building occupants will be addressed throughout the presentation.

Learning Objectives:

Attendees will learn:

  • various approaches for looking at energy use in large buildings
  • Strategies for finding efficiencies.
  • be introduced to creating energy benchmarks in buildings, with tips for additional resources

Audience: anyone with interest in big buildings:  facility managers, building owners, HVAC service providers, energy managers, commercial real estate brokers and developers.

About Bill Turner:

Bill Turner, of Turner Building Science, LLC, has 30+ years’ experience in dealing with fundamental Building Science, Energy Efficiency and Indoor Air Quality forensic principles.  Bill has two renovated homes participating in the 1000 Home Challenge program, with a focus on energy efficiency and indoor air quality.  He provides training both locally and nationally for a broad range of building and IAQ organizations.
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