Once you understand the energy performance in your industrial building and you’ve benchmarked your energy use, you can identify and plan upgrades to improve your building energy performance. This course presents basic information on conducting an energy audit, identifying opportunities for upgrades, and planning with financial decision makers to implement upgrades. It will then describe common no-and-low cost best practices for improving operations and energy performance.

BOMA BEEP for Industrial Property Management courses are available for limited use (30 days after purchase). For an extended license please contact Catie Leard at cleard@boma.org. To purchase all of the BEEP Industrial courses, please click below:

Seminar Objectives
  • Prioritize and Plan improvements to maximize value.
  • Evaluate costs and savings of potential upgrades.
  • Investigate and identify opportunities for energy efficiency upgrades.
  • Understand and identify common no and low cost operational opportunities to improve energy and financial performance.
Seminar Information
Date Presented:
January 13, 2017 12:00 PM Eastern
1 hour, 30 minutes
BEEP Industrial Course 3: From Audits to Action Plans

Billy Grayson
Founder & Principal, Bent Branch Strategies

Billy Grayson is the Founder and Principal of Bent Branch Strategies, an energy and sustainability consulting firm. Prior to founding Bent Branch Strategies, Billy served as Director of Sustainability at Liberty Property Trust - a diversified REIT with over 100 million square feet of assets under management. At Liberty Billy spearheaded a national energy efficiency retrofit program, supported green building certification, and launched a nationwide tenant sustainability engagement program, helping Liberty earn a GRESB “Green Star” and an ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year award.

Prior to Liberty, Billy worked in supply chain sustainability as VP of Social and Environmental Sustainability at the Electronics Industry Citizenship Coalition (EICC), and managed energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies as Director of Corporate Sustainability at WESCO International, a Fortune 500 electrical distributor. He has a MBA and a Masters in Public Policy from the University of Maryland and is a LEED AP. 


Jason McIntyre, LEED AP O+M, FMP
Manager, Sustainability & Operations, USAA Real Estate Company 

Jason McIntyre joins us from USAA Real Estate Company, head quartered in San Antonio, Texas.  USAA Real Estate Company is an institutional real estate investment firm with approximately $15B in assets under management with a diversified product type.  There, Jason is the Sustainability and Operations Manager.  His responsibilities include sustainability initiatives, reporting, and strategy at the asset level, portfolio and fund level, and company/investment manager level. 

Individual topic purchase: Selected
BOMI International
Continuing Professional Development Credit: 1.50
BOMA Member Price:$69.00
Non-Member Price:$89.00