Session 03: Integrating Design, Construction, and O&M for High-Performance Airport Buildings at SFO Airport
Date & Time
Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 10:25 AM - 11:25 AM
Large sustainable public buildings are designed, constructed, and operated over the long-term to support improved global and human health. One of the newest public buildings at San Francisco International Airport is Harvey Milk Terminal 1 that exemplifies sustainability stewardship through energy and water efficiency and carbon reduction for improved human health. To ensure this terminal and other new buildings achieve their intended potential, SFO has created an Activation Planning Services program that enables a comprehensive transition from construction to building operation and maintenance using a process of Commissioning, Activation and Simulation. Come learn about SFO’s active commissioning program on new high-performance buildings, the facilities mindset toward commissioning and development of a retro-commissioning program to support high performance sustainable buildings with healthy environments.