3:45 PM-4:45 PM
Format: Case Study
Knowledge Level: 300 level
CSP (Corporate Sustaining Partner)? Yes
Over the past two years the Fluor Campuses developed business cases to improve these buildings, improve their energy efficiency, lower their operating cost and support the focus of One Fluor, Fluor’s Sustainability Report and Energy Star.
Fluor’s Facility Management (FM) Division developed the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Guideline practice 000.653.8801 in 2009 to highlight the ‘low hanging fruit’ for conservation efforts. In junction with Real Estate & Office Services team Fluor implemented cost effective projects, following good business practices, with the result of the (4) buildings in Greenville, SC; the entire 1.2M square foot Houston, TX campus and (1) building in Aliso Viejo, CA receiving Energy Star Rating.
The practices were the bottom line solutions of integrating the programs for recycling, energy reductions and water conservation into the everyday practices. The campuses were able to capitalize on local incentives and rebates from the utility companies to lower the return on investment on the upgrade projects.
The participants will learn how to go from analysis, to the concepts of implementing the final result – energy reduction, sustainable sites, cost savings and Energy Star.
Jeffrey Goetz, P.E., LEED AP
Fluor Enterprises, Inc
Director of Sustainability & Energy Management
Industrial & Infrastructure - Performance Technology