Upcoming Training

July 16 (Fort Collins)  Building Envelope; Multi-Family and New Code: Learn the new Energy Code requirements for multi-family air leakage testing in all stacked multi-family units, including tightness standards and how to best comply.

July 16 (Longmont) – Energy Monitoring, It’s Good For Business: Learn how Energy Monitoring can improve a business’s bottom line.  Efficiency Works is sponsoring a presentation to discuss the importance and ease of monitoring a building’s energy use.  This information can increase efficiency and reduce operating costs.  Join Cullen Choi a senior engineer with Brendle Group for an informative presentation on “Energy Monitoring for Business” along with a couple of example businesses from Longmont that have improved their bottom line with energy monitoring.

July 30 (Fort Collins) – Water Conservation for Contractors: Join us for a discussion on water efficiency trends, including a review of upcoming rules regarding installation and maintenance of graywater systems in Colorado (Sybil Sharvelle, Colorado State University);  and a discussion of barriers to installing high-efficiency fixtures (Brian Dunbar, Institute for the Built Environment and Lucas Mouttet, Fort Collins Utilities). THIS EVENT WAS ORIGINALLY SCHEDULED FOR MAY 20.

August 20 (Fort Collins) – High-Performance Window Systems: Recent advances in window and frame technology provide a significant opportunity to improve the comfort, durability and energy efficiency offered by commercial building envelope systems. Join Robert Clarke for an informative and entertaining presentation on principles, applications and case studies of high-performance window systems.

 

Click here to register for the event(s) above.

 

Future Training (dates and times may change):

  • September 17 – Retro-commissioning and Code Requirements (Fort Collins)
  • October 15 – Office Efficiency: IT, server rooms, cooling (Fort Collins)
  • November 19 – Solar for Contractors (Fort Collins)