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Balancing Building Performance Risk and Reward
This webinar series, and associated materials, provides guidance for architecture and engineering design professionals on best business practices as the new Building Energy Performance Standards take effect in Washington, DC.
Where DC’s Building Codes Meet BEPS
Learn how the District’s Building Energy Performance Standards overlay with Building Codes, and how they could impact your work.
DC Benchmarking 101
This webinar will provide an overview of DC benchmarking requirements for building owners and operators of buildings 25,000-50,000 square feet.
Developing Carbon-Free Buildings
This online panel discussion explores the critical role that development plays in halting global greenhouse gas emissions by 2050.
Workforce Skill Development for a Smart Building Future
Learn about the latest in smart building technologies and initiatives in the U.S.
Complying with BEPS: How to take action on new building performance laws in DC
This webinar, hosted by the Building Innovation Hub with support from DOEE, will provide context and action steps for the District’s Building Performance Standards.
What It Takes Series: Operating Carbon-Free Buildings
An operations leadership discussion in the What Will It Take Series
What It Takes Series: Designing Carbon-Free Buildings
A design leadership discussion in the What Will It Take Series
What Will It Take? The Path to 2050 and Carbon-Free Buildings
The Building Innovation Hub and Clark Construction Group present a leadership series on building decarbonization via design, development, construction and operation.
Complying with DC BEPS
Join NAIOP DC-MD to learn how building owners can prepare for DC’s Building Energy Performance Standards (BEPS) if their buildings do not meet the median energy use standard
AEG Washington 21Q1 Stakeholder Challenge: Buildings & Construction
This invitation-only event will ask public and private-sector representatives to discusst the most critical obstacles to achieving DC’s carbon and equity goals via buildings and construction.