Event ID: A14931
Info: May 26, 2018 • Sat • 8:00am-4:00pm • 1 mtg • UHM Krauss 12 • $230 (General), $75 (with Hawaii Energy subsidy)
• To request an application for the Hawaii Energy subsidy, please contact Lance Haga at (808) 956-9249 or email: email@example.com
With: Rory Reiley
Retro-commissioning is a process to improve an existing building’s performance. Using a whole-building systems approach, retro-commissioning identifies operational improvements that will increase occupant comfort, save energy, and provide cost savings. The process can be performed alone or with a retro t project. Retro-commissioning (RCx) offers managers a customizable plan and tools to evaluate how a facility is currently operating, identify specific opportunities for improvement, and then how to implement solutions for optimal efficiency.
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will receive a Training Certificate and have better knowledge and skills to develop a plan that results in energy saving for their existing buildings. Participants will also learn about financial incentives that are available for utility rate payers that can offset the up-front costs of retro-commissioning a building.
Seminar Topics Include:
- Establishing a team, prioritizing and setting goals, defining a scope of work, implementation of the (RCx) plan
- Establishing energy conservation measures
- Measurement and verification
Who Should Attend
- Current and previous BOC course participants
- Facility managers currently working in buildings/facilities of varying sizes (e.g. Commercial, Industrial, Military)
- Energy and plant managers
- Property owners and managers
Rory Reiley, MBA, University of Phoenix, has worked in all phases of facility management, including the installation and maintenance of the facility equipment. As Chief Engineer at the TOPA Financial Center, Rory's expertise and hands on experience in the testing and evaluation of building systems has significantly improved the engineering department. Current modernization projects that bring value engineering to the TOPA Financial Center include fire alarm upgrades, direct digital controls and energy saving programs. As a certified BOC instructor, he helped the Sustainable Living Institute of Maui launch the first Hawai‘i BOC program in June 2010 and UH Manoa launch its program in Fall of the same year. Before his career in facilities management, Rory enjoyed a successful career in the U.S. Navy.