The City of Calgary, along with many other municipalities in Alberta, is gearing up for an update to their Sustainable Building Policy. This is driven by changes to the LEED rating system, lessons learned from historic projects, and a need to more effectively streamline the infrastructure delivery process. Come and get an understanding of these key drivers and what policy levers The City of Calgary plans to implement in order to continue being a leader in the green building marketplace. Specifically, revised scopes of work for green building professionals, specific sustainability targets, and the evolving scope of The City’s Sustainable Building Policy will be discussed.
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Arsheel Hirji - City of Calgary
As the steward of the City’s Sustainable Buildings Policy, Arsheel, Leader of Sustainable Infrastructure, is responsible for ensuring that the Policy is integrated into the City’s strategic planning and infrastructure development process. He provides technical guidance on green building best practices while coordinating engineering review services to the developers of City owned and funded infrastructure projects.
Additionally, he is also the Program Manager of the Sustainable Buildings Partnership Program (SBPP), managing a capital investment program valued at over $20 million in energy efficiency, alternative energy, waste management, and water conservation related projects.
This role is a strategic and technical advisory role, serving all businesses across The City of Calgary in providing guidance on helping The City manage resources, reduce costs, and mitigate the environmental impacts of our highly diverse services.
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Alberta Chapter - Canada Green Building Council
The CaGBC Alberta Chapter seeks to:
Lead and accelerate the transformation to high-performing, healthy green buildings, homes and communities throughout Alberta.