Project Manager User Guide
This guide covers how the Sustainable Facilities Tool (SF Tool) can assist you with incorporating sustainability into all the projects you oversee. The SF Tool can assist with the following responsibilities:
|I. Managing Project Requirements||II. Meeting Project Goals||III. Accounting for Project Impacts|
"As a Project Manager, I am responsible understanding all costs, requirements and regulations before beginning my project."
Limiting project costs upfront and over the product's life cycle
- Compare over 100 materials on their relative costs to purchase/install, maintain, and dispose
- Discover bundling strategies to realize cost savings
- View financial case studies and success stories
Aligning project goals within applicable regulations while meeting any certification requirements
"As a Project Manager, I am responsible for the delivery of my project on schedule, within scope, and under budget."
Delivering a project on schedule
- Create and save projects and material selections to create checklists (must be logged in)
- Keys to a successful project
- Integrative process best practices and communication strategies
Delivering a project that meets the desired environmental and performance goals
"As a Project Manager, I should deliver a final product that accounts for future environmental, social, and financial impacts and works to optimize those impacts for the betterment of my organization and society as a whole."
Understanding the project's overall effect on energy, water, natural materials, and other resource consumption
- Key impacts on consumption from renovations
- Evaluate materials from 10 office spaces on environmental criteria
- Component synergies and inter-system relationships
- Importance and guidelines for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA)
Understanding the project's overall impact on human behavior and well-being
Break down the silos!
As a Project Manager, I don’t live or work in a bubble.
To deliver a successful project, I regularly correspond with a variety of professionals who would benefit from the value of the SF Tool.
|Decision Makers||Maintenance Personnel|
Participate in the SFTool community below!