BTO Luncheon

BTO Luncheon

Topic: The Impact of High-Density Part II

Sponsored by EMCOR Services - Aircond and Gray Contracting.

‘More with less’ doesn't just apply to the workload experienced by today's building engineers. Building management and operations staff are dealing with the real-world impacts of denser populations in their buildings and parking decks with ‘more’ bodies using ‘less’ space in buildings.

During part two of this BTO Lunch series, JLL Chief Engineer Aaron Moriarty will present a case study highlighting the real-world impacts of higher density on the operations and maintenance of a property. The program will explore the high-density trend from three perspectives; codes, standards and local municipal regulations. Attendees will leave the program with a better understanding of the impacts that density has on a building’s operations, occupancy, staff and bottom line.

Engineer (BTO) Members: Free, registration required Non-BTO members: $40 There is an additional $25 fee for members and non-members for late registration after Nov. 29.

BOMA Technical Organization (BTO) Quarterly Luncheons bring together building engineers and others interested in the technical aspects of properly maintaining commercial properties. Each luncheon includes educational coverage of a topic important to the industry. To maximize attendance, each luncheon is held twice at different locations. The programs are scheduled to begin promptly at 11:30 a.m. and last one hour. Please arrive early.

12/5/2019 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Northcreek Office Park | Building 200 3715 Northside Parkway Building 200, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30327
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