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Measuring, Allocating and Managing Utility Expenses in Mixed Use Developments
Credits: BOMI: 1 OAA: 1.5 Cost: FREE
Measuring and allocating utility costs in mixed use developments is becoming a challenge as such properties are increasingly common, and grow more complex over time. How do you allocate utilities when there are multiple condominiums and commercial parties involved? What are the industry best practices for managing shared commodities? What is the impact on the metering solution and how do we ensure that the measurement is accurate and fair?
Demands from developers, shared facility managers and condominium boards to better understand and properly allocate utility costs are becoming common place, as legacy allocation methodologies are no longer able to address the needs of modern, mixed use sites.
Our panel of experts will share best practices for leveraging measurement technology to manage and bill multiple utilities (electricity, water, and thermal energy) through each phase of the development cycle, including legal agreements, design build, and ongoing operations and maintenance.
Scott Beneteau, VP, Sales at Enercare
Omar Salihbegovic, Supervisor, Mechanical & Electrical Buildings Business Line at WSP Canada
As a supervisor under WSP’s Mechanical & Electrical buildings business line, Omar has contributed design services for numerous sub-metering projects and is proficient in the various phases of a project’s evolution, including schematic design, design development, construction coordination, commissioning and quality assurance. Omar leads the team responsible for implementing and providing construction phase services and sub-metering designs of varying complexities for some of the GTA’s largest mixed-use development condominiums. In doing so he works together with utility companies, developers, realtors, condominium boards and other design consultants. His primary scope includes electrical, water, gas and thermal sub-metering design, lighting controls, emergency systems and integration of metering communication protocols (such as BACnet, PowerLine, M-Bus, and MODbus).