March 11, 2013 – Operating the Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence: Performance, lessons learned and future opportunities

This presentation will discuss the Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence (JPCOE) on the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College, one of the most water and energy efficient buildings in western Canada.  The talk will cover how the project evolved, how the building is performing relative to expectations (and more standard buildings) and what the future holds.  Time and technology permitting, there will be an online tour of energy and water consumption monitoring systems along with the automation control and mechanical system operation.

The Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence building at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College [Image Source: www.alivingclassroom.com]

The Jim Pattison Centre of Excellence building at the Penticton Campus of Okanagan College [Image Source: http://www.alivingclassroom.com]

About the Presenters:

Peter Csandl is the manager of Operations and Energy Systems at Okanagan College

Rob St Onge is the Energy Manager for Okanagan College

Donna Lomas is the Regional Dean for the South Okanagan Similkameen Region of Okanagan College

For More Information:

http://www.alivingclassroom.com/

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