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Speaker: Ross Miller, Secretary of State
Join us at the Peppermil on Monday May 20th for Networking and Lunch in addition to a great presentation where you will gain information and lessons learned related to "Sustainability within the Commercial Market Sector".
**Note that this Luncheon Meeting and Presentation Programs is a Credential Maintenance Earning Activity!!
Meeting Sponsorship Available
Key presenters will include Ben Robertson & Van Johnson of NV Energy, Patrick Field, David F. Schmidt, Tom Herron, Lance Kling, Javid Butler and Kermit Baker, PhD., Hon. AIA, author of white paper on the residential need for remodeling.
Complimentary admission to the public.
Topic: Asbestos and Other Hazardous Materials in Green Building (LEED Specific)
Presented by: Dale Walsh, MS, CIH, LEED-AP BD+C
This presentation will help attendees to identify five LEED credits involving asbestos and other hazardous materials associated with existing building reuse and demolition as well as new building materials that present their own hazards.
FREE to MEMBERS ONLY - Limited to the first 20 RSVPs - Lunch provided!
*No shows will be billed $25
This is an ERB approved course good for 1 HOUR of LEED-Specific continuing education.
Join us to see what lessons can be learned from this recently Platinum Certified LEED project here in the valley. The Lower Colorado Regional Office Green Building was LEED Platinum Certified on November 7th, 2012. The project is an interactive office and learning model that has incorporated a large renewable energy component, with a central plant that takes care of 2 other future LEED Certified buildings as well. The project additionally earned a LEED Pilot Credit for its water reuse system that reduces potable water demand. Add to this being required to conform to SHPO Historical Viewshed requirements in addition to bringing together for a first time approximately 180 employees within one high performing, healthy, energy efficient facility.
**Note that all of our Breakfast Meeting Programs are Credential Maintenance Earning Activities!!
Thank you to our meeting Sponsor:
* Note - Additional Sponsorship Opportunity Available
Energy Management Congress (EMC) West is the largest energy conference and technology expo held in the Western U.S. specifically designed for business, industrial and institutional energy users.
It brings together top experts in all areas of the field to help set a clear, optimum path to energy efficiency.
The multi-track conference covers a variety of topics, many specific to the region. Amory Lovins, Co-Founder, Chairman and Chief Scientist of Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), will be the featured Keynote Speaker at the opening session for the EMC conference. Rocky Mountain Institute will also host a conference session on Mastering Deep Retrofits: Strategies and Applications.
The full EMC 2013 agenda includes the two-day conference and expo, as well as several optional intensive seminars.
Now in its 31st year, EMC is where top professionals from throughout the Western U.S. come understand the latest energy marketplace developments, explore promising new technologies for their facilities, compare energy supply options, and learn about innovative project implementation strategies.
USGBC members may sign up to place their products on the EMC show floor.
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Registration Fees USGBC Member Non-Members Advance Reservations $5 $15
Sponsorship available. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in presenting at a USGBC NV Lunch & LEED!
333 S. Valley View Boulevard
Las Vegas, NV
Member - $20
Non-Member - $35
Speaker: Many Sustainability Subject Matter Experts
What is Speed Greening? a set of short rapid fire round table membership discussions on today's most pressing green issues. Multiple tables facilitate lively 10 to 15 minute discussions before participants scoot to the next table to do it all over again. This type of forum provides for some of the most collaborative and strategic discussions possible.
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