How Clean Building Performance Standard Will Affect Your Buildings
An interactive discussion for Board Members/Owners on how this climate change-driven law will directly affect multi-family buildings, future projects, occupants, reserve studies, and budgets.
Also to be covered: deadlines, financial penalties, required third-party vendors, and the incentive program.
With a Q&A session to discuss specific questions for your community.
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Michael Arndt, BST, is a Project Technologist/Consultant at RDH Building Science Inc. in Seattle. RDH provides a multitude of services to building owners throughout the world focusing on making buildings better through the integration of science, design, and construction expertise. Michael has been working in construction since his youth and has been a consultant in the construction field for over 15 years. His focus is on existing buildings and how to make them more resilient. He is the lead for RDH on the Clean Buildings Performance Standard and is involved in whole-building analysis, failure analysis of building components, building assessments, and is a Certified Infrared Thermographer. He manages renovation projects in Washington State from lighthouses, historic sites, towers, multifamily and single-family homes.
FREE (thru 8/8)
$20 (after 8/8)
Manager & Business Partner Members:
$20 (thru 7/28)
$30 (thru 8/4)
$40 (after 8/4)
$39 (thru 7/28)
$49 (thru 8/4)
$59 (after 8/4)
2022 Monthly Webinar Series:
|January 13||Governing Documents|
|February 10||Water Leaks & Insurance Coverage|
|March 10||Reserve Studies|
|April 14||Collection 101|
|May 12||Understanding Financial Reports & Audits|
|July 14||Insurance 101: Different Types of Insurance & Coverage|
|August 11||Clean Building Performance Standards|
|September 8||Disaster Preparedness|
|October 6||Working With A Management Company|
|November 10||New Communities & Developer Transitions|
|December 8||Community Engagement|