50 Shades of Green - Get There on Time and on Budget

50 Shades of Green - Get There on Time and on Budget

March 22, 2017, 10:15 AM - 10:45 AM

Innovation Theater (on the show floor)

Language:
English

Not every project can achieve LEED Platinum or net zero energy performance. However, there are opportunities in every project to improve energy, water and resource efficiency, health and wellness of occupants and reduce impact on the environment along the way. GBC Members will discuss the varying shades of green that they have achieved on a variety of project types as well as the constraints and opportunities from the perspective of architect, engineer, construction manager and product supplier. Your next project could be greener with minimal effort if planned and implemented right from the beginning, saving you time and money ultimately.

Contributors

  • Jason Kliwinski

    Moderator

    CEO

    Green Building Center, LLC.

      Led by Sustainable Architect, Consultant and Educator, Jason Kliwinski, the Green Building Center’s goal is to make building green easy,...

  • David Gibson

    Panellist

    Principal

    Gibson Architects

      As managing principal of the firm, Mr. Gibson brings over forty years of architectural experience to every assignment. He believes that context...

  • William Amann

    Panellist

    President

    M&E Engineers

      Heating, Cooling, Air Conditioning & Ventilation (HVAC) account for almost 50% of energy use in buildings while Lighting accounts for another 20%,...

  • Kirk Tucker

    Panellist

    Project Executive

    MBP, Inc.

      MBP provides dedicated commissioning, BIM to Facility Management and Construction Management services for mid and large scale clients in the public...

  • Lia Nielsen

    Panellist

    Principal

    Simply Sustainable Products & Services

      Buildings consume 40% of all raw materials and people spend 90% or more of their time indoors. Selecting sustainable finishes is of utmost...

Categories

  1. Track
    Innovation Stage

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