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Managing Lean and Green - Better Building Performance Through Greener Management Practices
Proper use and maintenance of a building is critical to maximizing its efficiency. What are some approaches that affordable housing owners and managers can take towards improving the operations of their buildings and the quality of life for their tenants? Learn about green building management strategies and how an agency-wide integrated approach can increase energy and water efficiency, improve health and save money. Presenters will illustrate the benefits of better building performance and describe recent case studies.
PRESENTERS AND TOPICS:
Erica Brabon, BPI MFBA, LEED AP O+M, Senior Consultant, Steven Winter Associates
- What are the roles and responsibilities of owners, management & maintenance in upholding efficient energy and green retrofit policies?
Elizabeth Glynn, Program Officer for CDC Green Retrofit Initiative, LISC Boston
- LISC’s Green and Healthy Property Management Guide will be presented in connection with Boston LISC’s Green Retrofit Initiative. The Green Retrofit Initiative is a portfolio-based project that highlights the importance of pre and post benchmarking and how it can lead to improved property management.
JoAnne Page, President & CEO, Fortune Society
- Castle Gardens will be presented as a case study illustrating the importance of agency commitment beyond green building to properly maintaining the building and creating an environmentally educated tenant base.
Andy Padian, Vice President for Energy Initiatives, Community Preservation Corporation
The cost for this session is $20.00 per person. Bagels and coffee will be served.
Register online for the workshop on this page. Payment cannot be accepted online. Instead, payment can made by cash or by check on the day of the session.
The Managing Lean and Green Partners:
Pratt Center for Community Development, Supportive Housing Network of New York and Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development
Managing Lean and Green Contributing Partners:
Enterprise Community Partners and LISC New York City