Energy Self Assessment

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From indoor/outdoor conditioned spaces to high tech golf course systems, more and more member activities are requiring energy to power them. Make sure you are managing the Club’s resources well, because a key social trend we’ve identified is members’ expectations that their Club act environmentally responsible in its pursuit of very satisfied members. Members’ emerging focus on infrastructure improvements, value driven membership, and environmental responsibility means Club leadership needs to get informed on how well the Club is managing its existing facilities. Energy policy volatility isn’t calming any time soon. Be prepared for the next board asking about how are you managing Club resource consumption!

Take the first step to better understanding your Club’s long term facility energy performance. The self-assessment provides guidance on how to gather the necessary data and help in evaluating your Club’s path forward.

Please click HERE to complete the form.

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About Christian Clerc

Christian joined McMahon Group in 2015 and is assisting communities with strategic and facility planning.

He graduated from Washington University in St. Louis with a Masters of Architecture and Masters of Urban Design. He completed his B.S. in physics from the University of Dallas, where he was social chair and treasurer of the UD Rugby Football Club.

Christian enjoys following technology transfer across industries. An abiding delight in the complexity of creation, both physical and social, is inspiration to his strategic and design insights.

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