Federal personnel are required to:

  • Demonstrate ability to work in integrated project teams (e.g., Facility Managers, Building Operating Engineers, Planners, Contracting Officers, Contractors, Occupants) to execute, small, medium, and large projects.
  • Demonstrate ability to:
  • Follow Project Management processes and procedures per your organization’s preferred methodology (e.g, ISO 9000, PMI, WBS, in-house system)
  • Conduct needs assessment and define project requirements
  • Estimate costs and develop project plan and project timeline
  • Develop project communications plan
  • Obtain any required project permits
  • Develop project accounting procedures
  • Ensure regulator compliance
  • If project will be completed by contractors, demonstrate the ability to:
  • Develop Scope Of Work (SOW) and the Request For Proposal (RFP)
  • Work with procurement team to select contractor
  • Review contractor plans
  • Work with Contracting Officer on all contract administration requirements

Related Courses

Title Description Organizations Competencies
Strategic Energy Planning

Strategic energy planning is the development of an overall energy resource plan to ensure that necessary energy resources are available, and to make the most cost effective energy decisions. It provides for orderly growth in energy consumption and transition to new fuels or suppliers when required. A strategic energy plan will address short and long term actions to improve and sustain the energy efficiency of the facility, define procurement strategy, and provide contingencies for outages, expansion, or reduction in production and occupancy. This class provides an overview of the important prerequisites for planning and the components of an effective plan.

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This course is accredited by: USGBC, BOMI, CIBSE, ACORE, REEP, FIRE, AFE, CPD, IAAT, and FENITEL

Design, Energy Management, Initiate, Planning, Planning, Project, and Program Management, Project Management