Green Building and the Triple Bottom Line
Posted by on March 31, 2006
SBN April Event: Three Stories: Green Building and the Triple Bottom Line
Tuesday, April 25, 2006, 6PM-8PM
Stroud Water Center, 970 Spencer Road, Avondale, PA 19311
A presentation by Sandy Wiggins, Green Building engineer and consultant
Format: 6-7 PM Wine & Cheese 7-8 Program 8-8:30 Questions
Sandy will discuss several of his projects and feature the green restoration project he is working on at the Friends Center on Cherry Street in Philadelphia. Sandy co-founded the Delaware Valley Green Building Council, an organization devoted to changing the way builders, architects & engineers work in order to regenerate the natural environment and leverage the built environment to improve human health and productivity. In January 2004, he founded Consilience, a real estate consulting and development company with a mission to build environmentally, socially and economically sustainable communities by bringing together the principles of Green Building, Smart Growth, New Urbanism, Traditional Neighborhood Development and other established or emerging development strategies which facilitate regeneration of the natural environment, improved health and increased social equity.
Cost: $15, $10 for SBN and Stroud Members
RSVP by April 21st to email@example.com
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