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Envelope Commissioning - How, Why, and When To Do It

September 13, 2018 at 1:30 pm ET
The presentation will provide an overview of building enclosure (envelope) commissioning process, typical goals, various ways to implement projects, and the benefits of doing it. Much of the information will be based on efforts implemented by Utah's Division of Facilities & Construction Management.

Sarah Boll is the High Performance Building Program Director for the Utah's Division of Facility and Construction Management (DFCM). She has been working in energy and facility management for 15 years after serving 6 years as a naval officer, She is currently the High Performance Building Program Director for the Division of Facilities and Construction Management for the State of Utah.

John Burningham works with energy, enclosure, systems programs for UNVC.  John practiced architecture for a half dozen years, consulted for the EPA and USGBC/LEED for two more prior to running the State of Utah’s Energy Programs in their new buildings for six years.  Currently assisting building owners build better buildings via energy engineering, enclosure commissioning, systems commissioning, and building standard development wherever possible.

Robert Lundeen works with enclosure commissioning for UNVC.  Robert specializes in Building Enclosure Commissioning and Functional Performance Testing and has provided services for 100+ projects across the commercial, governmental, education, healthcare, and military industries. Robert holds a degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Utah.

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