About the Panel Discussion:
As the commercial real estate and built environment continues to see a concerted effort towards ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) initiatives, more and more players and stakeholders in the A/E/C (Architecture/Engineering/Construction) are realizing the importance of sustainable buildings. We, at Jordan & Skala Engineers, understand the importance of incorporating sustainable measures into our buildings and, therefore, we’re excited to have hosted a live panel discussion — “Energy & Water Conservation Innovation & Concepts” — at the 2022 BUILT National ESG/Sustainability & Multi-Housing Summit hosted in Denver, CO.
The session discussed the latest sustainability trends for energy and water conservation including low-flow plumbing fixtures, how conservation and lowering energy consumption makes a compelling business case, as well as the rise of microgrids and how small communities can switch off from the electrical grid and operate independently.
Jordan & Skala Engineers’ Senior Manager of Sustainability, James Brauer, as well as JSE’s Director of Plumbing Engineering, Jim Allen, joined energy conservation leaders including The University of North Texas’ Clinical Assistant Professor, Hassan Qandil, and EcoSystems LLC’s Co-Founder and CEO, Richard Lamondin, in this interactive panel discussion.
Thank you to all of those who joined the live discussion about the future of ESG and sustainability in the A/E/C industry as it relates to energy and water consumption. Additionally, thank you to BUILT National for inviting Jordan & Skala Engineers to participate in this presentation. For those who would like to view the recording of the webinar, please fill out the form below and the recording of the panel will open in a separate tab.