LEED, or Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, is changing the way buildings and communities are planned, constructed, maintained and operated. It is one of the most widely used third-party verification for green buildings.
If you are facing challenges managing unpredictable energy and operational costs, market pressure to embrace improved resiliency and sustainability performance in your buildings, grounds, corporate or institutional campus, this presentation by expert speaker Stephen M. Frey will offer insight on ways to develop greater resilience to the impacts of climate change while helping to adapt and mitigate its effects.
Understand how to plan ahead using sustainability thinking frameworks to create higher performing, more sustainable buildings, site and workplace operations while improving morale and well-being in your communities, workplaces, schools and beyond. This ideal beginning to intermediate level presentation is suitable for those unfamiliar or relatively familiar with sustainable facility planning and energy efficiency.
Who Should Attend
Stephen M. Frey
Steve is owner, architect, and design catalyst at Arocordis Design in Montpelier, VT. He practices high performance workplace, commercial and residential design while engaging greater community and sustainability concerns. He is building a practice notable for its values driven design process, focusing on building grea... More info