How Clean Building Performance Standard Will Affect Your Buildings
In 2022, Washington State’s Clean Building Performance Standards law expanded to include all buildings over 20,000 square feet, including condominiums. The State’s program to lower energy costs and reduce reliance on fossil fuels will require communities to benchmark their current consumption, measure energy use by all electrical and mechanical components, develop a plan for improving efficiency, modernize equipment to reduce consumption, and benchmark again.
Buildings within the City of Seattle will be required to meet additional goals for energy emission reduction. There are significant potential penalties for buildings that fail to achieve compliance. Join us to learn more about these programs and their implications to your specific community, including timelines for compliance, how to comply with program requirements, and early adopter incentive programs that may help lower the cost of the required building upgrades.
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Heather Hutchison, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, is the General Manager at First Hill Plaza. Heather also lives in the First Hill neighborhood and is a member of the First Hill Improvement Association Board of Directors. She enjoys finding opportunities to support the healthy growth and enhancement of this vital and evolving portion of the city. Heather was born and raised in Montana and moved to the Pacific Northwest shortly after graduating from Montana State University. Heather has fourteen years managing community associations including portfolio-based, master planned, large-scale and high-rise associations in Oregon, California and Washington.
Michael Arndt | CT II Project Technologist/Consultant is a Project Technologist/Consultant in RDH’s Seattle office who focuses on existing buildings and how to make them more resilient. He is involved in condition assessments and investigations, and he provides support for all stages of existing building projects. As the RDH lead expert on the state of Washington’s Clean Buildings Performance Standard, he approaches buildings holistically and includes long-term planning for building owners. Michael is also a Certified Level II Thermographer (CT II).
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2023 Monthly Webinar Series:
|January 12||Governing Documents|
|February 9||Clean Building Performance Standards|
|March 9||Reserve Studies|
|May 11||Understanding Financials Reports & Audits|
|September 14||Working with a Management Company|
|December 7||EV Charging Stations|