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Green Building: Operations & Maintenance

Green Building: Operations & Maintenance

1725432

Online Course / 1 hour

$35

COURSE DESCRIPTION

In this module we will review a critical component of high performance design and construction is adequate planning for the efficient operation and maintenance of a building and its systems. Design strategies that address operations and maintenance (O&M) issues can result in reduced custodial costs and lower energy consumption. Exposure to physical and chemical hazards, toxins, odors, and potential asthma ‘triggers’ can be reduced or eliminated. Efficient operation and maintenance also enhances the indoor environment and may contribute positively to the occupant’s well being and productivity. To achieve successful operations and maintenance, it is important to ensure that planned systems and strategies are consistent with available resources.



INSTRUCTOR

Andrew O. Manzini

Florida Certified General Contractor

NAHB Certified Green Professional

Accredited Green Building Verifier



PROFILE

Andrew Manzini is Vice President and Principal Consultant, National Green Building, Inc. An executive, consultant, teacher, instructional designer and published author, Andy has over 30 years experience in all aspects of Training, Strategic Planning, Human Resource Management, HRIS, Compensation and Benefits, Administration and MIS. He received international recognition for significant and pioneering contributions to Executive Development, Organizational Diagnosis, Human Resource Systems and Planning. He is skilled in improving productivity, achieving significant operational improvement through effective teamwork, planning and management. He has a BA from Widener University, and MA from Boston University, and has done postgraduate work at Columbia and the Wharton School of Business.

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