Webinar: Building Operational Cost Savings

Program Summary:

Are you needing to save on operating costs at your premises? This webinar walks through the basics of conducting a building operational cost audit, from getting a handle on your energy and water use to putting best management practices to work for your bottom line. This introductory webinar familiarizes participants with the steps required to conduct an audit and provides advice on how to establish a ‘to-do / check-list’ to ensure that ongoing checks are quick and easy.

Talking Points

  1. Conducting a building audit to determine current energy use and water use.
  2. Identifying areas where short and long term savings can be realized.
  3. Identifying technologies for cost savings and cost recovery.
  4. Reviewing all relevant building equipment.
  5. Making sure energy and water systems are only used when needed.
  6. Establishing a To Do List and a Check List.

Target Audience:

Building owners and operators, CFO’s, facility managers and corporate building tenants responsible for their own power and water bills.

Presenter: Bill Short, CEO – AM-PRES Corporation

AM-PRES Corporation brings together all of the disciplines in the energy management and savings industry, serving as a consultant and project manager to maximize the results you receive from an energy project.

Government standards, regulations, rebates, tax incentives and grants are combined with your short term and long term strategies to optimize value and return on your investment.

Why this Webinar is Important:

There are many reasons why your organization should consider looking at building operational costs. Below are just a few.

SAVINGS: A building operational audit is an inexpensive yet powerful way to reduce costs and improve performance. It provides valuable insight into your company’s energy and water use and reveals hidden financial waste. By analyzing operational elements within your organization including lighting, HVAC systems, water usage, building envelope and more, you’ll uncover reduction opportunities that can typically save you 5 – 20{bfa08a400c7550404055ff04715e84c9172815d33c25eb3b84e230636ecdc007} or more while reducing financial risk associated with rising energy costs.

COMPETITIVE POSITIONING: A building operational audit helps your company meet sustainability reporting initiatives while differentiating your brand with consumers. New supply chain sustainability reporting programs are announced weekly. Large buying organizations including Walmart, Kohl’s, P&G, Ford, Dell, IKEA, Safeway and many others require their supply partners to measure, disclose and reduce their energy consumption. These buying organizations choose suppliers that are actively increasing efficiency and decreasing cost. Increasingly, consumers are also choosing to support brands with strong sustainability credentials. Studies show that these companies are gaining significant market share.

EFFECTIVE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGY: A building operational audit is a key part of your greater sustainability strategy and directly supports greenhouse gas reduction goals. It can also identify existing efficiency strategies you may not be aware of to help you best leverage your efforts. Beyond compliance and cost savings, an audit will help you meet and exceed internal and external expectations of environmental stewardship while showcasing your position as an early adopter.

Join us for this webinar to learn about the steps required for a building operational costs audit for your business. It’s free. It’s fast. It could be the best thing you do for your bottom line all year.

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Video Recording:
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  • This webinar recording runs for 35 minutes.