1) Best practices when property management and how tech can help!
2) The latest in green and efficient building design!
3) How are developers and home builders look to build for the next generation? What materials will stand the test of time?
4) Are LEED certifications a deal breaker for tenants looking to build new and innovative office space?
5) Can San Francisco and the great Bay Area be the leaders in green and efficient building design? Who is going to lead the path!
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Registration & Networking
|8:30 AM - 9:15 AM||
Sustainable Buildings in the Bay Area: Where, When and How!
|9:15 AM - 10:00 AM||
Best Property & Asset Management Practices!
|10:00 AM - 10:30 AM||
Closing Remarks & Networking!
The Fairmont Hotel
950 Mason St.
San Francisco, CA 94108
Ballroom: Crown Room, Top of the Tower
Parking Information: Fairmont San Francisco Hotel Garage is located on the corner of Powell and California Streets, Visitor parking is $5 for every 20 minutes
Climate change and environmental factors have forced builders & owners to reexamine their building materials, carbon footprint and site selection. With Northern California geographic location, there are several environmental factors that pose threats to buildings; earthquakes, rising heat and forest fires to name a few. Contractors and builders are not sitting back idling as well. One such company that is leading the charge is Vert Asset Management and Group member Gary Pivo went on to say, “Real estate has a huge impact on the environment, but it’s also a huge opportunity…Buildings generate 25% of global greenhouse gas emissions, but reducing those emissions by reducing energy use is often very profitable.” Building green and sustainable will set the standard for the future. Glad to see some developers stepping ahead of the curve.
Building green and sustainable will not only make your property more desirable, but it will also save you cash where it counts. One of San Francisco largest developments, The Shipyard at Hunters Point, is a prime example. Bisnow’s Bay Area reporter Julie Littman goes on to say, “The Shipyard’s eco-grid will provide sustainable infrastructure from water to telecommunications. The development will use electricity from renewable sources with the intention of dropping natural gas and oil-fueled heating usage sharply.” The suitability component of the project is being headed by GI Energy, and their involvement will dramatically cut costs overall. Together we can help stop wasting energy and build smarter, greener and faster. Connect with Bisnow to learn more!
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