Friday, May 25, 2012

Highlight of the Week   

Beyond the Green Dream
Facing the Reality of Green Building Compliance
The growing conversation about sustainability has inspired designers and policymakers to dream of a green future. Today, that discussion has become reality. What do you need to know to ensure your green buildings comply with not only existing standards, but ever-advancing technology and policy requirements?

Join us as we navigate the maze of green bureaucracy from the latest local and federal policy developments to sustainable contracts and materials through panel discussions and case studies. This program will be your "how-to" guide on the brass tacks of what designers, builders, owners, engineers need to know to get green done.

June 12, 2012
The Mountaineers Program Center
7700 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle, WA 98115
Free parking, (Metro #30, 74, 75)
8 CEH / 8 HSW / 8 SD

Speakers (to date) include:
  • Josh Chaitin, Senior Vice President, The Fearey Group
  • Ric Cochrane, Project Manager, Preservation Green Lab National Trust for Historic Preservation
  • Joe David, Project Associate, Point32
  • David Eckberg, Attorney, Principal, Skellenger Bender
  • Bradley Khouri AIA, Principal, b9 Architects
  • Donald Horn AIA, Deputy Director, Office of Federal High-Performance Green Buildings
  • Mark Huppert, Technical Director, Preservation GreenLab
  • Duane Jonlin AIA, Energy Code and Energy Conservation Advisor, Seattle Department of Planning and Development
  • Vincent Martinez, Director of Research, Architecture 2030
  • Susan McNabb AIA, Architect, Graham Baba Architects
  • Brandon Morgan, Development Manager, Vulcan Inc
  • Stan Price, Principal, Putnam Price 
Register online.

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