Optimizing Occupant Orientation in High Performance Buildings
Thank you for participating in this survey. The purpose of the survey is to understand the possible impact of Occupant Orientation (i.e. knowledge, coaching, training, and incentives as methods of encouraging and realizing changes in occupant behavior) on energy performance in High Performance Buildings (HPB). Results and interpretation of this survey will be published with my masters thesis project and on https://www.o2-research.com.

Targeted participants are owners and operators of HPB. You will be asked a total of 25 questions in 7 sections.  This survey should take less than 15 minutes to complete. There are questions about the size and use of the building, occupants and operations & maintenance. Question 23 asks for performance related to a rating system [e.g., Energy Star (TM) Portfolio Manager]. If you know this information please include it, however any question can remain blank if you do not know/have access to this information.

About me:  My name is Cristine Gibney. I am a graduate student at the Catholic University of America pursuing dual master degrees in Sustainable Design and City and Regional Planning at the School of Architecture and Planning. For more info https://www.o2-research.com/about-me.html

Participation is strictly voluntary, and participants may withdraw from the survey at any time.

If you have any questions, concerns, or suggestions--please contact me at gibneyc@cua.edu or on my website: https://www.o2-research.com
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