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  • Existing Building Commissioning
    Why Are My Energy Bills So High?
    Whether it’s the age of your equipment or lack of maintenance, operating systems can easily slip into underperformance or stop performing at all. Don’t be caught by surprise when your energy costs escalate! EMG’s Rich Compton explains that professional building commissioning is a much more cost-effective solution than putting a band-aid on what isn’t working.
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    Sep. 20 2019 - Richard Compton
  • Existing Building Commissioning
    No More Excuses! Why You Can't Afford Not To Commission Your Building
    When it comes to commissioning a commercial building, we’ve heard all the reasons for delay. It’s going to cost too much… We don’t have the time… We can patch things together for now… We’ve been given the run-around before and don’t know which provider to trust… While we certainly appreciate these concerns, the benefits of commissioning, retrocommissioning, and recommissioning are clear and undeniable. By addressing some common worries, we will hopefully encourage owners, managers, and operators to take a major step forward toward saving money, creating or maintaining an efficient building, increasing property value, and providing a healthy and comfortable environment for all.
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    Sep. 20 2019 - Richard Compton
  • On Time Portfolios
    CRE Owners and Developers: Critical Areas To Watch in 2019
    Ron Stupi is President of Bureau Veritas Building and Infrastructure, which is the country’s largest technical assessment and project management enterprise in the commercial and government-owned real estate sectors.

    As investors and developers in CRE and infrastructure plan for 2019, which issues and trends should they be examining today?

    Finding ways to improve asset performance is every investor’s golden fleece, starting from the design stage, through technical inspections during construction, to the time environmental and technical evaluations are made prior to a potential sale.
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    Sep. 20 2019 - Ron Stupi