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BuildGreen Atlantic NL, April 6, 2017, St. John’s (NL)

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

BuildGreen Atlantic NL is conference, tradeshow and networking event run by the Canada Green Building Council – Atlantic Chapter that advances the design, construction, and operation of greener buildings in Atlantic Canada.

This year’s conference, taking place on April 6, will focus heavily on energy efficiency and sustainability in existing buildings as well as will examine trends such as health and wellness of building occupants.

Details

Optional Pre-Conference Workshop
Sustainable Design Strategies – morning ½ day workshop
(requires separate registration from the afternoon conference and tradeshow)
8:30 am – 12:00 noon
Price: $150 – $225

BuildGreen Atlantic Conference & Tradeshow
12:00 noon – 6:00 pm
Price: $150 – $225

  • Keynote Address: Drury Crawley – Getting from Advance Energy Design Guides (AEDGs) to Net Zero
  • Trade Show – B2B tradeshow with 20 exhibitors focused on sustainable commercial and residential products and services
  • Conference Sessions
    • Inspiring and informative conferences sessions
    • GBCI Continuing Education Hours
  • Closing Wine & Cheese Reception – Join your green building colleagues as we unwind with some green building and energy efficiency trivia

Click here for more information and to register.

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