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2016 Annual Building Construction Conference
This annual event is a high level conference that will explore factors that impact project management in general and in-depth subjects such as project delivery methods (Design-Bid-Build, Design-Build, Public/Private Partnerships (P3))t Delivery, JOC and other evolving alternative project delivery methods. Speakers will focus on providing in-depth and useful information on key best practice topics, including partnering, value management, and risk management (cost, time, scope, quality).
Solar and Advanced Energy Initiative
County Executive Ike Leggett announced the County’s largest solar initiative ever at an event at the Jane Lawton Community Recreation Center in Chevy Chase. The initiative with SolarCity encompasses 14 individual projects and will produce approximately 6 million kilowatt-hours each year -- enough to power nearly 600 average-size homes.
Second Annual Energy Sustainability Report
Learn about Montgomery County’s innovative activities to reduce the environmental footprint of its operations in the County’s second annual sustainability report. The report includes key information, graphs, and photos detailing progress on greening County buildings, using clean energy sources like wind and on-site solar, reducing fuel consumption by County-owned vehicles, reducing waste, and purchasing greener products.
This report documents activities by the County Government to reduce the environmental footprint of operations. This includes key efforts by the Department of General Services and other partner Departments. This document represents a significant piece, but not the fullbreadth of efforts to green operations.
Expanding Performance Contracting
Montgomery County Expands Energy Performance Contracting Initiative
The Department of General Services (DGS) today announced the selection of three energy service companies (ESCOs) to expand its Energy Performance Contracting (EPC) Initiative, a comprehensive effort to reduce energy consumption in County facilities.