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Seminar

Tall Wood Buildings, LEED, and Sustainable Wood Materials

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Starts On - June 13, 2016 - 8:30am
Ends On - June 13, 2016 - 3:30pm
64 South Water Street
Mobile , AL 36602

Join the U.S. Green Building Council for this collaboration with the Association of Consulting Foresters as we gather for presentations by notable experts in the design and construction of sustainable tall wood buildings and the LEED green building standards.

Get Continuing Education credit! All sessions included here are designed to support continuing education credit for GBCI, AIA and possibly other professional organizations.

Learn how sustainable forest products are being used in the green building industry, strategies for incorporating wood materials in LEED projects, and how to find and develop the market for regional sustainable wood materials.

For only $40-50, you get four-plus hours of education from nationally known experts, and an opportunity to network with both sustainable forestry and building professionals.

Don't miss this opportunity to see internationally known speakers right here in the Southeast! Presenters include USGBC Chief of Engineering, Brendan Owens; architect Michael Green (check out his TED Talk, "The Case for Tall Wood"), and engineer Bill Parsons of WoodWorks.