Join our webinar series: Smart buildings and the path to net zero
Do you have an interest in enhancing your assets and creating value in your property through sustainability?
Over the next three months, we will be hosting a series of webinars for sustainability and property managers and those responsible for property portfolios.
The webinars are free to attend. Tom Randall, Head of Building Optimisation Services, will address some of the 'hot topics' of the moment and provide practical advice which you can use in your role.
16.00-16.30 (GMT) on 5th June: Smart buildings: What are they and could you have one already?
Our first webinar will aim to answer:
-What is a smart building?
-How could innovations such as Internet of Things and data analytics help?
-Do you already have a smart building?
-The importance of behaviour change to make a smart building perform.
16.00-16.30 (GMT) on 26th June: Presenting the case for efficiency improvements.
This webinar will explore the breadth of commercial value that could be achieved from improving the performance of buildings, beyond energy savings, and potential routes to realise that value.
From an operational perspective this will include:
maintenance efficiency and,
From a landlord perspective it will explore:
asset value and
access to finance
16.00-16.30 (GMT) on 24th July: How much can optimisation achieve on the path to net zero?
Building optimisation is an essential step of any strategy to reduce building emissions, including to net zero. Hear how optimisation can establish processes to sustain efficient operation. Get a feel for the insight it can provide for refurbishment and upgrade work to further reduce emissions.
This webinar will help you to:
- Identify the most common optimisation opportunities.
- Understand the order of magnitude of savings you can achieve.
- See the insights that optimisation provides to capital investment options.
- Understand the roles of key stakeholders: Facilities Managers and the tenant.
Verco is at the cutting edge of building optimisation. We are advisors and partners in leading industry initiatives:
-Better Buildings Partnership’s Design for Performance programme.
We hope you will be able to join us for an independent and insightful review of this exciting topic!