The AIA Corporate Architects and Facility Management (CAFM) Knowledge Community consist of architects working within and for businesses and corporations. Our mission is to share expertise in the strategic, tactical, and operational activities of real property and facilities management in order to deliver value to the owners we represent.
Strategies for Safer OfficesThis report includes strategies for break rooms, elevators, entrances, HVAC, lobbies, offices, restrooms, and waiting areas. Download >Re-occupancy Assessment ToolThe goal of this assessment tool is to promote best practices that protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public while creating opportunities for businesses, schools, restaurants, and other non-essential facilities to provide services. Download >
Thursday, November 5, 1-2:15PM (EST)
Earn 1.25 AIA/HSW LUs (No Fee)
This session will explain how architects & facility managers can use the deep energy retrofit approach to broaden their portfolio to include retrofit projects on a wide scale of building types and sizes. To complete deep energy retrofit projects successfully, new skills are required such as energy modeling, life cycle cost assessment, commissioning, and measurement and verification. Additionally, this session will explain the market forces and government regulations that are driving the energy retrofit market and familiarize the audience with financial tools and incentives available to help make the deep energy retrofit market a reality.