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October 25, 2019

The Keys to Healthy, High Performance Buildings

Save the Date: May 14, 2020

Join us in Sacramento for a one-day event highlighting strategies, best practices and technologies behind successful public sector facility projects.

California’s public sector is committed to leading by example in its building practices, from design and construction to operations and maintenance. This commitment is reflected in the sustainability roadmaps developed by each department of state government, roadmaps that set out goals and plans in key areas:

– Energy Management
– Green Operations
– Zero Emission Vehicles
– Climate Adaptation
– Water Efficiency and Conservation

Scenes from the 2019 Forum

  • California EPA Secretary Jared Blumenfeld in opening keynote session.
  • The Sacramento Municipal Utilities District was the Premier Sponsor of the Forum.
  • Attendees participate in a session highlighting Zero Net Energy strategies for new and existing state buildings.
  • Nancy Ander, Deputy Secretary for Sustainability at the Department of General Services, welcomes attendees.
  • SMUD, which provides renewable energy to DGS properties, provided a session on its programs.
  • Dan Burgoyne of DGS receives a Leadership Award in the category of Pioneer from Dave Tamayo, President of the SMUD board of directors.
  • The education program included a session on Zero Net Energy school retrofits from New Buildings Institute.
  • Commissioner Andrew McAllister of the California Energy Commission offered a view of the next stage of California's goals for buildings in the closing keynote session.
  • Table top displays at the Forum.

What does the event include?

The program for this one-day event includes opening and closing keynote sessions, breakout education sessions, a leadership awards lunch and dedicated time for attendees to visit table top displays.


Where will the forum take place?

The forum will be held at the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, located at at 6151 H Street (map). This beautiful facility sits on nine acres and is located opposite the Sacramento State campus in one of Sacramento’s most beautiful and prestigious areas.

The center is easily accessible by public transportation and provides ample free parking.


Who should attend?

The Forum is designed for public and private sector professionals engaged in facility project design and execution, including:

Architects
Engineers
Energy managers
Facility managers
Business officers
Sustainability officers
Operations managers
Policy makers

Questions? Call 626-577-5700