Automated Logic Sponsored WebCAST Assessing your BAS for Optimal Results

ALC WN 2014

It is a fact of life that buildings change. And as those changes add up — whether it’s new uses of a space or reduced lighting loads due to improved technology — it’s important that the building automation system (BAS) keep up. But in many buildings, the BAS hasn’t kept up. As a result, a BAS assessment is a key opportunity for many facility managers to improve building efficiency.This webcast will identify the steps to take when preparing for — and undergoing — a BAS evaluation. From design documents to verification to occupant interviews, the presentation will address how you can assess your current BAS and determine if an upgrade (including some low- or no-cost improvements) or replacement is needed.

Learning objectives:

  • Understand how to prepare for a BAS evaluation and what you should look for during the assessment.
  • Determine how to prioritize the results of the evaluation and determine next steps.
  • Learn about updates to BAS technologies and how they impact today’s facilities.

Duration: 1 hour 15 minutesRegistration Link

Speaker
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Mr. Scott Lance, LEED AP O&M is a Senior Project Engineer with Horizon Engineering Associates, LLP. He has 15 years of hands-on experience in project management and systems engineering and has successfully organized critical business requirements and identifying deficiencies. Mr. Lance is experienced with all aspects of building automation and controls systems including conceptual design, engineering, installation, start-up, commissioning, O&Ms and customer training. In addition to lab and cleanrooms, Mr. Lance has experience commissioning education, commercial, museums and healthcare facilities.
CEUs
*For those attendees who successfully complete a learning outcomes assessment, Trade Press Media Group is authorized by IACET to offer 0.1 CEUs for this program.

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