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Oles Morrison

Oles Morrison Presents: The Road to Green – LEED & Green Building Seminar November 3, 2011

Thu Nov 3, 2011

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The Road to Green: Leading the past and the present into the future of building and design

Thursday, November 3
7:30am – 9:30am
Ruth’s Chris Seattle
727 Pine Street
Breakfast will be served
Registration is complimentary

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LEED for Existing Buildings – Operations & Management  

Peter Locke
Sustainability Consulting Director, McKinstry

With the economic downturn slowing new LEED construction, companies are showing an increased interest in retrofitting their existing buildings. The LEED Existing Building program is designed to optimize the life-cycle performance and management of existing buildings in a sustainable manner. Learn more about how the LEED EB: O+M program is bringing the past into the future.

Peter Locke is a licensed architect with over 30 years of experience who is currently spearheading McKinstry’s sustainability efforts for clients that are seeking to reduce energy and utility costs, while also providing healthy spaces, addressing local ecological issues, and dramatically reducing their carbon footprint.

LEED and Government Contracting

Jonathan DeMella
Government Contracts Practice Group, Oles Morrison

Jonathan will discuss critical updates and trends related to LEED and contracting with the federal government.

The Future of LEED in 2012

Meghan Douris
LEED Green Associate, Oles Morrison

LEED Rating Systems will be undergoing some retrofitting of their own in 2012 and though what those changes will be exactly is still up in the air, we’ll discuss the most likely possibilities and preview their likely impact so that you’re prepared to take advantage of all that LEED has to offer in 2012.