CCC Sponsors the 16th National Conference on Building Commissioning

April 22 - 24, 2008 - Newport Beach, CA

On April 24, the California Commissioning Collaborative will sponsor “Envisioning the Future of the Cx Industry: An Interactive Discussion” at the National Conference on Building Commissioning. Facilitated by John Suzukida of Lanex Consulting, this three-hour session will explore the opportunities and challenges facing the commissioning industry. By revisiting the National Strategy for Building Commissioning (a policy document developed in 1998 through a brain-storming session at the NCBC), participants will discuss where we’ve been and what the industry needs to accomplish in the next 10 years.

In addition to this “town hall” meeting, CCC Advisory Council and Board members Dan Burgoyne of the California Department of General Services, Paul Ham of Target, and Phil Haves of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, will present at the conference. Their sessions will address a wide range of issues, from selling retrocommissioning to the commercial real estate industry to the latest technologies and processes for commissioning.


Conference attendees may also chat with CCC staff and members and catch up on the organization’s latest endeavors at the NCBC Exhibitor Event. During the conference exposition on April 22, the CCC booth will showcase the recently released RCx Toolkit, the CCC’s commissioning guides for new and existing buildings, and other resources available to owners and providers.

The 2008 NCBC will spotlight many of the innovative and progressive programs and initiatives in California, including an opening address from California Public Utilities Commissioner, Dian Grueneich. For more than 27 years, Ms. Grueneich has played an integral role in ensuring that California maintains its status as a trailblazer in energy efficiency and environmental policy.

For further information about the NCBC, including a complete agenda and registration information, please visit the NCBC website or contact Mana Haeri at mhaeri@peci.org or 503.961.6170.

- Source: CCC's website >>> here.