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Unlocking the Value of Cx: Achieving Success through Training and a Culture of Collaboration

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At the core of every successful Existing Building Commissioning (EBCx) project is the ability to collaborate and foster a culture of trust and engagement with the building's operating staff in order to identify and implement energy conservation measures. It has been proven that further advancements can be made in maintaining energy efficiency and savings if the operations team is involved in the testing of the systems and training is provided. Working with the operations team and sharing testing strategies and calculation methodologies helps engage operators in the process and provides building staff with the added benefit of engineering training. This track will provide guidance for how to best work with the operations team as part of the EBCx process and develop training material to be used for ongoing Cx (OCx), and will showcase examples of how previous award-winning project collaborations have shown significant benefits beyond the attainment of energy savings.


  • Saverio Grosso, CEM, CEA, EBCP, CBCP

    Saverio Grosso began his career commissioning aircraft carriers for the U.S. Navy before moving into an engineering and consulting role within the energy industry. With over 20 years of experience, Saverio has managed onsite commissioning, testing, troubleshooting, balancing and analysis for a wide range of HVAC equipment and systems, across a range of facility types. He has been invited to speak to at numerous events for the USGBC, BOMA, IFMA, BCxA and AEE. Saverio holds several certifications from the Association of Energy Engineers and recently served as a board member for the Building Commissioning Association. He has been instrumental in defining legislation supporting NYC’s PlaNYC 2030 and 80×50 goals.

August 3, 2020
Mon 8:00 AM PDT

Duration 1H 0M

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