Jeremy Carkner

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Jeremy Carkner is a Building Science Engineer and Department Manager for the Greater Toronto Area Sustainability group at Morrison Hershfield, overseeing a team of professionals across two offices. Jeremy has accumulated significant knowledge of energy usage problems with existing buildings, the inter-relationship of the envelope and HVAC systems as they relate to energy usage, and implementation of energy usage improvements. He has been involved in sustainable design aspects of the building envelope for nearly 14 years, and is currently working with architects, developers, and building owners on dozens of projects relating to LEED¨, sustainability and building durability, with several of these being delivered under the P3 procurement model. He speaks regularly to industry groups and private clients on green building and sustainability issues and has also authored numerous industry publications and presentations, as follows:

ÒPushing the Envelope Ð The Need for Enhanced CommissioningÓ SAB Magazine, Winter 2014
ÒHere Comes the Rain AgainÓ, Case Study on Engineers Canada’s Public Infrastructure Engineering Vulnerability Committee Protocol
Applied to Three Institutional Buildings, Building Magazine, September 2013
ÒGreen Globes Green Building Rating System Ð An Alternative to LEEDÓ, Mission Critical Facilities Industry Seminar, April 2013
ÒSustainable Construction & CommissioningÓ, Ontario General Contractors Association, March 2013
ÒAdapting the Built Environment: Developing a Decision Making Framework for Climate Adaptation Ð PIEVC Building Case StudyÓ, Livable Cities Forum November 2012
ÒRetro-Commissioning: Re-Inventing the Square WheelÓ, Construct Canada, November 2012
ÒPushing the Envelope Ð the Need for Enhanced CommissioningÓ, Greenbuild International Conference & Expo, November 2012
ÒFuture Leaders Forum Ð Agents of ChangeÓ, FIDIC Conference (Seoul, South Korea), September 2012

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