Helping building owners and managers get one step closer to achieving the Dallas 2030 District reduction goals.
In collaboration with Tom Tolan, vice president of engineering for TEIR REIT’s commercial property management division, and the Dallas 2030 District presents a Lunch & Learn: The Art of Implementing and Facilitating a Sustainable Energy Management Program on May 22, 2019.
Tom will speak about the process he utilizes to ensure a complete and recurring “organic” cycle in regards to implementing and facilitating energy management he calls (CCOC) Conscientious and Continuous Operational Changes. By implementing and facilitating a CCOC program and process, it will:
• Produce positive financial results
• Identify cost avoidance opportunities
• Lower overall operating and capital expenses
• Limit liability and exposure
• Improve occupant comfort
• Increase the assets value
• Form a behavioral engaging environment that is collaborative
Attendees will take away how to identify and analyze energy conservation and cost avoidance opportunities and to differentiate items as no-cost, low-cost, r & m, capital and/or cost avoidance. We will discuss how to develop and implement monthly operational calls and site visits as well as implement and monitor utility tracking and cost avoidance site specific spreadsheets.
About the speaker:
Thomas T. Tolan is vice president of engineering for TEIR REIT’s commercial property management division. In this role, he is responsible formanaging both in-house and contract engineering teams and guiding policy with all aspects of energy management, sustainability, safety, regulatory compliance, and capital planning. Mr. Tolan’s primary responsibility is the REIT I portfolio, consisting of Class A office buildings throughout the U.S. He also supports the company’s development, asset management, and due diligence efforts. Over a 35-year career, Mr. Tolan served in a number of executive-level engineering positions.
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