Measuring the Bottom Line Benefits of Sustainable Design & Construction

Thursday, May 27, 2010
7:45 AM — Registration, Continental Breakfast & Networking
8:30 – 11 AM — Program

New Haven Lawn Club
193 Whitney Avenue, New Haven, CT

Real Life-Cycle Financial Benefits of Adopting Sustainable Building Design

Sustainable design and green operations practices are widely available and are being implemented on an increasingly frequent basis. It’s clear that they provide benefits to the environment, but can “GOING GREEN” also benefit the profitability of a business or institution?

Featuring:
• Bruce Bockstael, FAIA
Chief Architect, Connecticut, Department of Public Works
• M. Virginia Chapman, AIA, LEED-AP BD&C
Director of Facilities Construction & Renovation, Yale School of Medicine
• Keith Crosby, LEED-AP
Vice President Construction, ADP Service Corporation
• Louis J. Free, AIA
Manager, Architectural Services, URS Corporation AES
• Ted Grabarz, RA, AIA
Director of Sustainability, City of Bridgeport, CT
• David Spalding, PE, LEED-AP
Senior Mechanical Engineer, Yale University Office of Facilities
• Christine Eppstein Tang
Director of Sustainability, City of New Haven, CT

Attendees will leave with:
• An understanding of how to comply with current and future requirements for sustainable building design
• An appreciation for the life cycle financial benefits of adopting design strategies that go beyond “standard offer”
• Examples of real-life projects (representing new construction and renovation in both public and private sectors)
and lessons learned strategies for continued learning and topics for discussion with design teams regarding future projects

For more information and to Register On-line visit www.construction.org.