Government Building Retrofit Program 2012 - Review of Small Sites Pilot: Lessons Learnt

Prepared for the NSW Office of Environment and Heritage

This initial review is to capture lessons learnt during the pilot program implementation and management. The Government Building Retrofit Program (GBRP) was a regional pilot program that was run during 2011-2012 in the Hunter, Illawarra and Circular Quay precincts. It was designed to assist budget-dependent agencies improve the energy and water efficiency of existing government owned and tenanted buildings.

Date
31 August 2012
Publisher
Optimiss Consulting
Type
Publication
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
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  • Pages 16
  • Name government-building-retrofit-program-2012-review-small-sites-pilot.pdf

The NSW Government Building Retrofit Program (GBRP) pilot was allocated $6.4m over two years on projects to progressively improve the water and energy efficiency of existing Government owned and tenanted buildings in NSW. OEH has been responsible for the delivery of the GBRP. Now that the pilot program is complete, OEH would like to identify lessons learnt from the implementation of the pilot program and identify recommendations moving forward with the implementation of an ongoing program.