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BuildGreen Atlantic NL 2014, November 13, 2014, St. John’s, NL

Date: Thursday, November 13, 2014
Location: Holiday Inn, St. John’s, NL

BuildGreen Atlantic NL 2014 will bring together the green building sector to network, learn and connect with the great green initiatives underway in Newfoundland and Labrador.

The keynote delivered by Thomas Mueller, CEO of the Canada Green Building Council entitled Every Building Greener: Emerging Market Trends in Canada will explore the current practices and emerging trends that contribute to a thriving green building market in Canada. How can building owners, developers, policy makers and practitioners effectively participate and benefit in this evolving market? What will the future of green building in Canada look like? These questions will be discussed along with emerging initiatives that are bound to reshape the green building industry over the next few years.

The conference and tradeshow will begin with a luncheon keynote and include conference sessions and a tradeshow. There is also an option for morning pre-conference workshops.


Pre-conference workshops will be held in the morning. These require separate registration. Options for pre-conference workshops are:

  • Introduction to LEED v4
  • Mechanical Systems for High Performance Houses

The general conference begins with the luncheon keynote and continues through the tradeshow and conference sessions. Sessions include:

  • Creating Healthy Healthcare Environments
  • Electric Vehicles and Charging Station Infrastructure, and Initiatives for Newfoundland and Labrador
  • LEED Panel – Lessons Learned
  • Tilt Load Concrete
  • City of St. John’s Municipal Plan
  • Sustainable Procurement

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