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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Oct 21, 2011
11:30AM - 02:30AM
Design, Engineering and Construction Forum: Building California. What's Next?
Join us for an afternoon of knowledge, resources and networking as the Building Industry Organizations join forces for the first time in Northern California. Our guest speakers will share their vision of the future of design and development in Northern CA
Sonoma,
Glaser Center
Event Description

The Redwood Empire Built Environment Collaborative Committee is pleased to present to you: Design, Engineering and Construction Forum: Building California. What's Next? October 21, 2011 11:30am--2:30 pm Glaser Center: 547 Mendocino Ave., Santa Rosa Join us for an afternoon of knowledge, resources and networking as the Building Industry Organizations join forces for the first time in Northern California. Our guest speakers will share their vision of the future of design and development in Northern California. The format of this event is intended to give you the opportunity to network with all disci-plines of our industry in a casual yet informative setting. Guest Speakers: - William J. Worthen, AIA LEED AP National AIA Director, Resource Architect for Sustainability - Panama Bartholomy, Deputy Director, Efficiency and Renewable Division, California Energy Commission, President, Northern California USGBC - Geof Syphers, P.E., LEED AP, Chief Sustainability Officer Sonoma Mountain Village - Emcee: Keith Woods, CEO North Coast Builders Exchange Cost: $25.00 per person includes lunch Tickets available at www.brownpapertickets.com [http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/201716] Sponsorships and Vendor Booth Space Available

Fee: $25.00

Contact Information
Name: AIA Redwood Empire     Email: exec@aiare.org
Phone: 707-838-2672

 

 

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