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Seminar Date: April 30-May 3, 2014  
Seminar Location: Newcomb & Boyd, 300 Peachtree Center Avenue #525 Atlanta, GA 30303
Arrival in Atlanta, GA April 29, 2014
 
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Who Should Attend?
Firms interested in obtaining NEBB certification in Retro-Commissioning should send individuals who play a key role in the commissioning process within their companies. Those attending should be management-level persons, who can qualify as a NEBB Retro-Commissioning Certified Professional by already possessing the required prerequisites.
 
Seminar Content
This seminar will cover the following topics:
•    Overview of the NEBB Technical Retro-Commissioning Program
•    Introduction to the Technical Retro-Commissioning Process
•    Investigation Process Best Practice
•    Activities within the Analysis and Recommendation Phase
•    Energy Calculations
•    Marketing Retro-Commissioning Services

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NEBB - Delivering High Performance Buildings and Systems: Solutions for Sustainable Spaces

CatNet SystemsRetro-Commissioning (RCx) - A Growing and important field 
 
What is RCx? The commissioning of existing buildings—Retro-Commissioning—is a systematic investigation of the current performance of a building’s systems, and their ability to meet the owner’s operating requirements.
 
Why join the RCx industry?  Retro-Commissioning is a growing area and offers a significant business opportunity for Contractors, TAB professionals, Engineers and Commissioning firms correcting under-performing buildings, improving indoor environment and comfort, and optimizing energy usage for aging facility.
 
Local Law 87 for New York City requires all buildings over 50,000 square feet to undergo retro-commissioning, and to submit an energy efficiency report based on a building audit performed by an energy auditor. Other States are following with mandates on building energy requirements. Current estimates of the Retro-Commissioning marketplace for commercial buildings stands at $2 Billion.

Visit www.nebb.org for more information. 




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