Implementing NYC Local Law 86
Wednesday, Jan 17, 2007
Join this USGBC-NY "First Wednesday" Workshop about implementing Local Law 86. In October 2005, Mayor Bloomberg signed a law that requires many City-funded projects to achieve a LEED rating of Certified or Silver and, in many cases, to use energy and water more efficiently than required by current codes. The law goes into effect this month.
Bring your tales of success, failure or frustration. Bring your skepticism, cynicism and idealism too. Share what you know and learn from the experts.
Panelists: Eleni Reed, Senior Project Manager, NYC Office of Environmental Coordination, Mayor's Office of Operations; John Krieble, R.A. Director, Office of Sustainable Design, NYC Department of Design and Construction; Robin Auchincloss, AIA, LEED AP, Senior Associate and Project Manager on LEED Silver Bronx Public Library, Dattner Architects
Sponsors: USGBC-NY & NYC Bar Association Environmental Law and Real Property Law Committees
Date: January 17, 2007, 8 - 9:30 am
Location: NYC Bar Association - Great Hall, 42 West 44 Street
Registration: Free for USGBC chapter members & NYC Bar Association members. General public $10. Pre-registration is required for all, no later than January 15, 2007. Register on line http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=125398