Facility Managers and Energy Managers alike face the daily challenge of striking a balance between energy performance and occupant comfort. With limited information and pressure to resolve short-term comfort complaints, system changes are often made without consideration of long-term impacts, or full investigation of the root cause of problems. The primary goal of any facilities team, however, should be to maximize the building’s purpose – namely the productivity and happiness of its occupants. Studies show that optimum conditions for building occupants results in long term financial benefits - workers are more productive, and customers are more satisfied with their experience.
But without the right practices, this can be easier said than done. Join BuildPulse CEO Brice Kosnik and Erdman Anthony’s Building Performance Engineering Department Manager Rachel Stuckey to get the nuts and bolts on how your team can:
use automation to optimize the occupant experience
balance energy costs and occupant comfort
increase occupant happiness and decrease hot/cold complaints
Register now to join us and participate in live Q&A on Wed, Nov. 14 at 11am PT.