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Spec It Green: The Contractor's Advantage

Thursday, Sep 6, 2007

Third in the series, this seminar will cover the benefits and challenges of sourcing and installing reused, recycled and sustainably-harvested materials. Selection of the right building materials can be crucial to a project seeking LEED designation. These environmentally preferable materials can contribute to both greater energy efficiency and indoor air quality within the building envelope, as well as a more sustainable environment.

This seminar will highlight locally manufactured products including green signage, window treatments, countertops, and other energy efficient materials, and will include a panel discussion with green building industry professionals.

Speakers: Murray Levi-LiRo Architects and Planners (Moderator), Lois Grobert-Citigroup, Michael Hayes-TP Green, Rick Hilton-Rainforest Alliance

Sponsors: New York ITAC and New York IRN

Date: Thursday, September 6, 2007, 5:00-7:30 pm

Location: Skadden Arps, 4 Times Square, 37th Floor

Registration: $25. Contact Tanu Kumar, NYIRN, 212-404-6990 ext. 15 or tkumar@nyirn.org

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