Building Condition Assessments – Webinar

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Video Recording:

Building Condition Assessment: the first step in capital planning

Developing a capital plan can help your organization plan and successfully carry out future building repair and renewal projects. The first step in developing a capital plan is understanding your building’s current condition and its upcoming repair and renewal needs. This is accomplished through a comprehensive building condition assessment (BCA) performed by a trained building professional. The BCA provides the capital planner with key information that is necessary when developing a capital plan. This webinar will provide you with an overview on BCA terms, definitions and processes so you can confidently get a BCA and plan for your portfolio’s future.

Who should attend

Board, property managers

What you will learn

By the end of this session, participants will be able to:

  • What a building condition assessment is and its purpose.
  • The benefits from the building condition assessment.
  • How to prepare for a building condition assessment.
  • What to expect during the site visit.
  • What a BCA report contains.
  • How BCNPHA integrates energy efficiency into the building condition assessment.

Presenters


Gabriel Vieira
Asset Management Coordinator – BCNPHA

Gabriel joined BCNPHA in 2020 to support non-profit housing societies across BC with building condition assessments, energy audits, energy retrofit coaching and more. He holds a BSc in civil engineering, along with an MSc in energy efficiency and sustainable buildings, a post-graduate diploma in project management, and is a LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP and PMP.


Brian Jung
Program Delivery Manager – BCNPHA

Brian has been coaching non-profit housing providers to make improvements to their portfolio of buildings through energy efficiency and capital planning since he joined BCNPHA in 2015. He holds an MSc in Forestry, as well as certifications in sustainable energy management and measurement and verification.

Webinar date

August 19, 2021

Time

8/19/21 10:00 am - 8/19/21 11:00 am

Cost

Free for members , Free for non-members

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