Sustainability: A Driver for Value
FULL-DAY IN-PERSON WORKSHOP IN AUCKLAND Following on from last year's national breakfast seminar series, this full-day tailor-made workshop will explore in detail the frameworks and tools available to help you run your buildings more efficiently and sustainably. Focusing on energy efficiency, decarbonisation, water and wellbeing - some of the biggest issues facing FMs - the day will include case studies, group exercises, a panel discussion and plenty of time for Q&A.
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Full-day in-person workshop, Auckland
Following on from last year's national breakfast seminar series, this full-day tailor-made workshop will explore in detail the frameworks and tools available to help you run your buildings more efficiently and sustainably. Focusing on energy efficiency, decarbonisation, water and wellbeing - some of the biggest issues facing FMs - the day will include case studies, group exercises, a panel discussion and plenty of time for Q&A. (See workshop outline below.)
Note: Because it is vital facilities managers are armed with the information and tools they need to drive sustainability, we are partnering with NZGBC to offer a special discounted rate for this pilot workshop - just $295 + GST for FMANZ members. Places are limited so be in quick.
Facilities managers are often not collecting important data about building efficiency. This workshop will help you get started and explain the frameworks and tools available to help run your facilities more efficiently and sustainably.
You'll learn why collecting this data and using tools is so important; for example for budgeting and controlling your utility consumption, measuring CO2 output, and helping to get prepared for a NABERSNZ or Green Star Performance rating. Having this data will help you predict what future utilities and waste consumption might look like, which in turn will assist with setting operating cost budgets at the preliminary design phase of developments or major refurbishments.
This workshop is aimed at facilities managers who are involved in day-to-day building management.
|Welcome and introduction|
|Module 1: Energy Efficiency||Presented by Mark Sinclair; case studies on how to increase energy efficiency. |
Group exercise including real-life examples from personal work situations.
|Module 2: Decarbonisation||Presented by Bobby Shen; Why it matters. NABERSNZ, energy efficiency vs carbon efficiency. |
Guest speaker, presentation by Insa Errey, EECA. Commercial building sector decarbonisation programme. How to keep up to date, communications, funding.
Panel discussion: How do you argue the case for decarbonisation?
Group exercise: how would you make the case for decarbonisation to your client?
Roadmap for action.
|Module 3: Water||Presented by Paul Rogers, Spire Consulting|
|Module 4: Wellbeing||Presented by Bobby Shen, NZGBC|
|How to get started||Including case studies|
Mark Sinclair, Managing Director at FM Concepts
Mark is co-founder and director of FM Concepts Ltd, dedicated to improving commercial building management services and operational effectiveness within the built environment. With over 24 years' experience, Mark specialises in managing long-term technical and strategic maintenance planning as well as sustainability programmes.
Bobby Shen, NZGBC's Business Development Manager for Existing Buildings
Bobby leads on the existing building rating tools (Green Star Performance, NABERSNZ, carboNZero Building Operations), joining the NZGBC from a background in commercial architecture and sustainability. His goal is to empower property and facility managers to understand their buildings under the lens of sustainability and assist them to manage their buildings better.
Insa Errey, Sector Decarbonisation Programme Manager, EECA
Insa is the Sector Decarbonisation Programme Manager at EECA (Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority), a government agency that supports mobilising New Zealanders to be world leaders in clean and clever energy use. Insa’s career has seen her both in the public and private sectors leading change management within the energy, carbon and sustainability space. Insa holds a Chemical and Biomolecular BE (Hons) from Sydney University and has a strong passion for humanitarian engineering and bioenergy.
Paul Rogers, Managing Director Spire Consulting
Paul’s career covers 40 years of Facilities and Infrastructure Engineering, from technical to governance roles. Based in Christchurch, New Zealand, Paul consults to a wide variety of clients from Qatar to Queenstown in the local and central government sector, utilities, airports, manufacturing, Iwi and commercial property environments. His advisory work spans asset and facilities management planning, sustainability and decarbonisation strategies, supply chain optimisation, programme management and performance-based contracting. A former Chair of FMANZ, Paul is particularly focused on improving facilities performance through sustainable technology benefitting both the occupants and the bottom line. Paul is currently leading smart water projects with Christchurch Airport, Ngāi Tahu, Christchurch City Council and Queenstown town Lakes District Council. This presentation draws on experience with these projects where significant benefits have been realised.
This webinar accounts for 5 CPD points.
Environmental Stewardship & Sustainability
Facilities Management Planning