DURATION: 5 HOURS
TIME: 8:30 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. CST Sign in begins at 8:00 A.M.
LOCATION: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel & Conference Centre
The annual Build Sask Green Conference in the fall features education, training and motivational sessions on Green Building best practices and trends. Attendees will learn from industry experts to enhance their knowledge and build their professional relationships through networking opportunities.
Build Sask Green 2019 will return to Regina this November to continue conversations surrounding methods for reducing carbon emissions in our built environment, learn the latest technological advances in green buildings and hear from leaders across the province speak to the topic of how to 'green' our communities. This year's registration includes a ticket to the evening reception on November 12th and the afternoon energy code roundtables after the conference on November 13th.
8:00 A.M. -8:30 A.M. - Breakfast and Registration
8:30 A.M. -8:35 A.M. - Welcome
8:35 A.M. -9:15 A.M. - Accelerating to Zero with Fin MacDonald, CaGBC
9:15 A.M. -10:15 A.M. - Energy Management in Saskatchewan Buildings, Panel Discussion:
Emma Wildeman, Triovest Realty Advisors
Teamwork of Energy Management: A People Focus
Energy management in a building is often thought of as a mechanical issue that requires projects and equipment changes. What if people and teamwork have a bigger role than we think? This presentation will explore how building operators, property managers, and building owners influence a building’s energy performance.
Mike Tate and Bryden Wright, Greenwave Innovations
The Importance of Energy Data
The presentation will discuss how detailed energy consumption data can be used to make informed energy efficiency decisions within commercial and industrial facilities. Mike and Bryden will explain how collecting and analyzing data is the first important step in supporting a sustainability plan.
10:15 A.M. -10:30 A.M. - Break
10:30 A.M. -11:00 A.M. - Local Leadership in Renewable Energy, Cowessess First Nation - Chief Cadmus Delorme:
Cowessess First Nation first got started in renewable energy in 2012 with a wind turbine and battery storage. In 2018 they added four rows of solar panels raising their onsite energy generation to one megawatt. Chief Cadmus Delorme will discuss why renewables are so important to their community, provide an update on the projects, and share what’s coming next.
11:00 A.M. -12:00 P.M. - Case Study: Red River College Innovation Centre, Number Ten Architectural Group - Amanda Ross, Gabe Derksen, Diamond Schmitt Architects - Martin Gauthier
12:00 P.M. -12:45 P.M. - Lunch and networking
12:45 P.M. -1:30 P.M. - Keynote – Greening Commercial Real Estate: A past, present, and future perspective, Daryl Neate, Oxford Properties
1:30 P.M. -2:00 P.M. - Break
2:00 P.M. -4:00 P.M. - Energy Code Roundtables - Tickets included with BSG registration or available separately
Keynote - Greening Commercial Real Estate: A past, present, and future perspective
A lot has changed in the past decade. Many of the largest real estate companies in the country are now reporting – and setting targets around – their sustainability performance. The application of green building practices and technologies have also taken off. But the drivers and pace of change has been uneven across asset classes and regions. Oxford Properties has taken a leadership approach to sustainability across its global portfolio spanning over 100 million square feet and 5 asset classes. Darryl Neate, Director Sustainability, has been at the centre of Oxford’s strategy, programs and reporting for the last 10 years and has a unique perspective on the green building landscape in Canada and beyond. Darryl will discuss where we’ve come from and where we are today, before exploring key trends for the future. He will also address some of the challenges of driving change within organizations and outline strategies for practitioners passionate about developing and managing the next generation of sustainable buildings.
Energy Code Roundtable
The adoption of the 2017 National Energy Code for Buildings has resulted in a number of changes to how buildings are designed and approved by municipalities. Over the past 10 months municipalities and consultants have been working through the new process and have acquired lessons learned. The goal of this session is to provide you with insight from the City of Regina, City of Saskatoon, and local consultants on how to mitigate challenges you may be facing in your projects. This session will include a series of short presentations with opportunities to discuss your project challenges or lessons learnt with colleagues in an informal, roundtable discussion setting.
2:00 – Welcome and Introductions
2:10 – 2:30 – Lessons Learned from approval bodies (City of Saskatoon / City of Regina)
2:30-3:00 – Roundtable Discussion
3:00 – 3:20 – Lessons Learned from consultant teams (aodbt / Crosier Kilgour & Partners Ltd).
3:20 – 3:50 – Roundtable Discussion
3:50 – 4:00 – Wrap up
If you are currently registered as a full time student, please contact the Education Team at firstname.lastname@example.org for a special 50% discounted rate.
*This is a Saskatchewan Chapter event open to the public and providing special member pricing
to its Chapter members. If you are an employee of a national member company, please sign in to www.cagbc.org
and join the Chapter for free, to become eligible for member pricing. If your company is not a national member, you can join the Chapter as an individual, or encourage your company to become a national member.
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About the Chapter
Hosted by the CaGBC Saskatchewan Chapter.
The CaGBC Saskatchewan Chapter seeks to lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Saskatchewan.