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High Performance Buildings

NYC High Performance Buildings (2 of 4)

Thursday, Sep 29, 2005

Date: Thursday, September 29, 2005 6PM
Location: The Urban Center, 457 Madison Avenue
RSVP: Maia Mordana: 212-935-3960

Sponsored by: Municipal Arts Society, Sallan & AIA-NY-COTE
This event is free and open to the public.
(1.5 CEU credits for attending)

Panelists: Susan Boyle, Brooklyn Ice House Project
Susan Chin, Wildlife Conservation Society, Bronx Zoo
Cecil Corbin Mark, WHEACT (West Harlem Environmental Action)
Jeff Perlman, Greening-A-Block

Moderator: Susan Szenasy, Editor-in-Chief, Metropolis Magazine

Panelists will discuss why they are transforming New York City's built environment by demanding high performance building design for their projects. While high performance building and renovation are becoming more mainstream, the challenges and conventions of building in New York City are still daunting. This panel of high performance building clients will discuss what has worked, what hasn't worked, and what has been learned for different building projects. In addition, based on their practical experiences, panelists will examine what types of market place and government policy would help to make high performance building New York City's "new normal".

Additional panels will be held at the Center for Architecture on October 19th (with Developers) and December 6th (Policymakers). Event details will be posted below.

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