What can D.C.’s building industry be doing now to help real estate endure and bounce back from COVID safely, while also setting their buildings up for longer-term benefits offered by better energy performance? Join us on December 3 for this informative discussion from local practitioners on how decisions being made today to make buildings healthier and improve performance during variable occupancy can also set DC properties and businesses up for longer-term benefits such as future compliance with the District’s Building Energy Performance Standards. How can market leaders gain a competitive edge by taking action on COVID-19 and climate change together? This event will also provide an overview of the new Building Innovation Hub from the Institute for Market Transformation.
- Introductory Remarks: Director Tommy Wells, DC Department of Energy & Environment
- Lindsey Falasca, Director, Building Innovation Hub (Moderator)
- Linda Toth, Senior Consultant – ARUP
- Lee Dunfee, Managing Director, East Region Lead, Engineering Operations – Cushman & Wakefield
General Admission will be $15. Local Community Members will be able to access a $10 ticket with their member code.