Webinar: The Value of Improving Building Performance — Trends & Insights from ULI Greenprint Leaders

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Date:
November 8, 2018
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1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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Live Online
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Online DC United States
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ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance
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https://americas.uli.org/research/centers-initiatives/greenprint-center/

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2018-11-09

This is a complimentary, ULI members-only webinar. It is open to nonmembers for $100, or available for free by becoming a member. You must register in order to receive a recording of this webinar.

 

Each year, real estate owners and developers strive to find new ways to reduce energy, water, and waste across their portfolios to achieve ambitious environmental and financial goals.

How do they do it? What trends are driving these savings forward? How much is it increasing their NOI? In this one-hour webinar, senior leaders from the ULI Greenprint Center for Building Performance will answer these questions.

They’ll speak to the sustainability projects that pushed their buildings to the next level, including the business case financials behind them. We’ll also look into specific market trends that ULI members are leveraging to get ahead of the competition: evolving utility partnerships, real estate investments in property technology, and expanding definitions

of sustainability.

This webinar is a deeper dive into findings made in the brand new ULI Greenprint Performance Report: Volume 9. As the largest global collection of transparent, verifiable, and comprehensive data about the environmental performance of buildings, this report provides aggregate benchmarks and performance trends for the real estate industry. Take a look before this webinar begins!

 

 

Speakers:

Marta Schantz (moderator), Senior Vice President, Urban Land Institute

Marta Schantz is the Senior Vice President for the Greenprint Center for Building Performance at the Urban Land Institute. She brings deep experience in the real estate sustainability market to lead and collaborate across organizations and stakeholders to achieve program goals and successes. Marta has strengths in project management and market analysis, concentrated in both qualitative and quantitative energy and policy analysis. She has knowledge in sustainability, energy efficiency, and large-scale program management. Prior to her time at ULI, Marta worked at Waypoint Energy providing energy efficiency services to utilities and real estate, and before that worked at Booz Allen Hamilton on their federal energy consulting team.

Marta is a LEED Green Associate and a Fitwel Ambassador. She holds a B.S. in Biological Engineering with a minor in Science Policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

 

John J. Gilbert III, Chief Operating Officer/Executive Vice President/Chief Technology Officer, Rudin Management Company

John is COO/EVP/CTO of Rudin Management Company (RMC). RMC manages over 15 million square feet of commercial and residential space, the largest privately owned real estate company in NYC owned by the Rudin Family. John has been involved in every major project the company has developed over the last 24 years including the redevelopment and creation of the world’s first smart building at 55 Broad Street (1995-1996), the development of the Reuters Building at 3 Times Square (1998-2001), the redevelopment of the former ATT Long Lines Building at 32 Avenue of the Americas (1999-2002), the redevelopment of 130 West 12th Street (2010-2011), and the development of The Greenwich Lane (2006-2016). He is also intimately involved with Rudin’s latest project, Dock 72, a ground up 675,000 foot office building located in the Brooklyn Navy Yard where ground was broken in April of 2016. This project is a joint venture with WeWork and Boston Properties and will be completed in 2018.

He is acknowledged nationally as an industry thought leader in the integration of technology into the built environment. As a co-inventor of Nantum® building operating system and Executive Chairman of Prescriptive Data, his vision is to future proof real estate by giving all buildings a ‘brain’.

 

Sara Neff, Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Kilroy Realty Corporation

Sara Neff is Senior Vice President, Sustainability at Kilroy Realty Corporation. In her first four years, Sara took Kilroy from having no sustainability program to being named the #1 real estate company on sustainability in North America by GRESB, an honor they recently won again for the fifth time, and under her leadership the company recently committed to becoming the first carbon neutral real estate company in North America by the end of 2020.

At Kilroy, she oversees all sustainability initiatives such as solar and battery deal-making, the implementation of energy and water efficiency initiatives throughout the existing and development portfolios, the integration of sustainability standards into annual financial reports, the launch of the Kilroy Innovation Lab, and the award-winning green leasing program. She holds a BS from Stanford and an MBA from Columbia Business School.

 

Jeannie Renne-Malone, Vice President of Sustainability, Prologis

Jeannie Renne-Malone, LEED AP BD+C, ENV SP, Vice President Sustainability at Prologis is responsible for developing and implementing a global sustainability strategy for the company. She sets goals and objectives, establishes strategies, engages stakeholders, tracks progress and reports results for corporate operations and the global portfolio. She communicates the company’s environmental stewardship and social responsibility efforts throughout Prologis and to key stakeholders, including employees, customers and investors. She also oversees development of the annual carbon footprint and sustainability reporting to various organizations.

She has over 15 years of experience in sustainable development, technology transfer, renewable energy, climate change, greenhouse gas accounting, and sustainability planning and reporting in the U.S. and in Latin America. She has an MA in International Finance and Development from the Josef Korbel School of International Studies at the University of Denver, a BA in Spanish from the University of Washington, and holds several sustainability certifications. She is fluent in Spanish.