Toronto 2030 District, Ryerson set workshop for MURB benchmarking

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The Toronto 2030 District and Ryerson University have announced a half-day workshop on June 12 to help multi-unit rental building (MURB) building owners and managers to “understand how their buildings perform in a way that is detailed enough to inform how to improve the building, and consistent with standard practices to support regional or industry benchmarking.”

This knowledge is important because of recent building sector trends, “including conservation mandates and policies for mandatory building energy reporting and disclosure” have significant implications, and the challenges in building the capacity to collect data, report it,and apply the knowledge to improve performance “can be a  viable investment or a costly endeavor.”

For more information  about the three-hour program at Ryerson’s Architecture building and to register see this link. 


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