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    SustainaBUILD Ottawa

    Ottawa has the highest per capita square footage of office space of any market in Canada. The city also has a housing sector with an above average amount of multi-unit residential properties.

    However, owners, landlords, and property managers in Ottawa face a significant challenge because a large majority of the office properties are B and C class – an aging stock with lower levels of energy efficiency, fewer environmental qualities, and marginal building performance. Many apartment buildings have similar characteristics beginning with electric baseboard heating and other signposts of a past era.

    With most new developments targeted to achieve top levels of LEED certification, higher building performance, greater energy efficiency, and many other features of green properties, what does the future hold for the older stock?

    What can owners and managers realistically do to upgrade and renew their buildings in order to maintain their competitiveness, occupancy levels, and net asset value?

    SustainaBUILD Ottawa will provide some practical information and insightful answers to these key questions.

    15 Experts will offer 11 insightful sessions

    The emphasis will be on case studies and practical information.

    Trends in Green Real Estate and What They Mean for the OttawaMarket
    Lessons Learned from Twenty Years of Greening New and Existing Buildings
    Practical Strategies for Greening Thirty to Fifty Year Old Buildings
    Case Study of the Retrofit of a Mid-Sized Downtown Ottawa Office Building
    Why Energy Efficiency is Not a Cost but an Asset to be Managed
    Techniques for Lowering Energy Costs in Your Existing Buildings
    Sustainable Roofing Made Simple: What Owners Need to Know?
    Update on New and Innovative Green Products and TechnologiesCommissioning: The Secret to Reducing Your Building Operating CostBuilding Envelope, Lighting and HVAC: Greatest Potential for Savings
    Ask the Experts: Closing Roundtable Discussion

    LocationHampton Conference Centre, 200 Coventry Road, Ottawa, ON K1K 4S3 (Map)
    Date & Time

    Hampton Inn Ottawa & Conference Centre
    Ottawa, ON

    Thursday, May 31, 2012
    7:15 a.m to 4 p.m.

    Time in 1338462900
    FeesEarly Bird Rate (Ends May 18):
    Regular Rate:
    RegisterClick here to register online
    CEUUp to 6 hours of self-directed learning
    National Industry Partners
    Cosentino Lutron Milliken Hunter Doulgas Benjamin Moore Samsung
    Mohawk Group Caesarstone Canada keilhauer Levey Industries Midgley Architex
    Knoll Upper Canada Forest Products Shaw Contract