CSI Boston Chapter, 10/19 Event: Overcoming LEED v4 Materials Quandaries - 5-7:30 PM

  • 19 Oct 2016
Event Description

CSI Boston Chapter, 10/19 Event 'Overcoming LEED v4 Materials Quandaries'
5-7:30 pm

The University of Massachusetts Club
One Beacon Street
32nd Floor
Boston, MA 02108

Please join Construction Specifications Incorporate (CSI) on October 19th for an evening meeting that will include a presentation and panel discussion covering solutions through collaboration of any dilemmas you may have with LEED v4 materials. This event will also include dinner, drinks, and a networking session.

You can register here. Networking session and dinner costs $30 to attend; members of the Boston Chapter can attend for free. The presentation at 6:30PM is free for both guests and members.

Those who attend this presentation will receive one CEU or AIA credit. The 6:30 presentation will feature four presenters:

Moderator Carrie A. Havey, Sustainable Design Consultant at The Green Engineer Inc.
Steven Burke, Sustainability Manager at Symmes Maini & McKee Associates
Conor McGuire, Director of Sustainability, at Columbia Construction Company
Lisa J. Goodwin Robbins, Architect/Specifier at Kalin Associates.

The presenters will discuss what tools and processes they developed to work with the new materials requirements into the specifications and examine case studies. They will stress the importance of team collaboration to successfully complete LEED v4 projects.

To learn more and to register:

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