1. Most Canadian Universities normalize emissions against total building square footage or student population when tracking the total carbon emissions of their buildings or building portfolios.
2. An important factor contributing to the thermal discomfort of occupants in the N building is/are:
3. What item, as a result of value-engineering, was omitted from the original design of the N building, and has since caused significant maintenance and repair issues?
4. The energy required to extract and process raw materials, then fabricate, transport and install building products is known as:
5. Poor occupant thermal comfort and indoor air quality are common problems in buildings:
6. Constructing new buildings, rather than retrofitting existing buildings, is typically desirable because it delivers more space for less capital.
7. Deferred maintenance’ refers to the total financial value of the building, minus the cost of building maintenance and repairs that are past due.
8. All possible retrofit options of the N building were included in the energy model and were subject to a detailed analysis.
9. Morrison Hershfield’s simulation tool, which compared retrofit options against a variety of measures such as EUI, Energy and Cost Savings, is known as:
10. What does IEMP stand for as it refers to Humber College’s campus goals outlined in 2015?