This course is for TRIRIGA users and system administrators.
This course provides an introduction to TRIRIGA Real Estate Environmental Sustainability (TREES). The TREES product is developed to help organizations Measure, Manage, and Reduce their greenhouse gas missions and energy consumption. The course includes an introduction to TRIRIGA Facility Assessment for identifying, estimating, and evaluating Environmental Opportunities and Funding Requests.
Day One TREES Application Setup Travel logs Emissions to Air logs Metering, energy invoices, and utility logs Carbon footprint calculation and the carbon logs Carbon trading and Carbon Credit Log Checklist Template Manager and LEED checklists Day Two Facility Assessment and energy inventory Facility Assessment: identifying, estimating, and comparing energy opportunities (including RSMeans integration) Facility Assessment: creating, estimating, and comparing Planned Work Requests Transitioning approved Planned Work Request to Projects Day Three Facility Assessment Analysis Environmental Surveys and survey question templates Environmental Reporting TRIRIGA Workplace Performance Management for Environmental Sustainability Environmental Portals and ESRI GIS integration
Conduct environmental inventory Measure utility consumption (energy, water, and waste) through metering, invoices, and utility logs Measure travel usage through travel logs Track carbon trading transactions Calculate and analyze carbon emissions (footprint) Measure emissions to air through emission logs Manage environmental checklists (such as LEED) Manage occupant perception of the workplace using Customer Surveys and question templates Analyze environmental performance using environmental metrics Identify, compare, and manage all aspects of environmental opportunities and environmental project requests - including cost estimates (integrated with RSMeans) and the financial, energy, and carbon environmental impact Reduce environmental impact through implementation of environmental projects Report based on triple-bottom-line accounting standards