Measurement & Verification: Empire State Building Case Study

Date: July 17, 2013

Time: 6:00 - 8:00 PM

Host: Center for Architecture

Type: Lecture/Presentation


This event is rescheduled from May 1


The second installment of the Integration Series events will provide a snapshot of how actual data collection has helped an existing building’s ongoing endeavor to reduce energy consumption. The Empire State Building uses data collection as the foundation of their Measurement & Verification (M&V) process to create a feedback loop for what does and doesn’t work. Panelists will discuss their detailed experience with the M&V process based, and how it continues to evolve their effort and identify what should be prioritize next.


6PM Reception
6:30PM Panel

Dana Schneider (JLL) – SVP, Energy & Sustainability Services
Paul Rode (JCI) – Business Development Director, was Project Executive
Brendan McCarty (Malkin Holdings) – Director of Engineering and Sustainability

Charlie Marino (AKF) – Engineer

Price: $10 for AIA and ASHRAE Member; $20 for non-members

Organized by: AIANY COTE and ASHRAE-NY