Lowcountry green building chapter to give presentation

The US Green Building Council (USGBC) Lowcountry Chapter will present A&E Sustainable Design Strategies for the Lowcountry at the Beaufort Yacht & Sailing Club on June 28 from 6-8 p.m. Cost is $10 for members and $15 for non-members. Attendees can join USGBC during pre-registration on the day of the event.

Jane Frederick, AIA, LEED AP with Frederick & Frederick Architects and Jon Rembold, PM with Ward Edwards will be presenting and conclude with a question and answer session. Afterwards attendants will enjoy a professional networking session and dine on Frogmore Stew. Beer, wine & other refreshments will be served. Music will be provided by jazz duo Bill Barnwell & Delbert Felix.

Invited guests include municipal officers from Beaufort, Port Royal, Hilton Head, Jasper County, Ridgeland, Hardeeville, Savannah, individual engineers, architects, surveyors, realtors, land owners, bankers and other interested parties in the area.

Take advantage of an informal setting to discuss not only sustainable construction ideas, but new work opportunities, planned work, ongoing work, banking trends, property availability, and form strategic alliances with potentially new business partners, etc.  The program qualifies for Continuing Education Units for architects & engineers.

For more information about the USGBC or to join, please visit http://www.usgbcsc.org/index.php?page_id=low-country. To RSVP to the event, please email lowcountryrsvp@gmail.com.

Sponsors for the event are Carolina Air, Inc., Frederick & Frederick Architects, HSA Engineers & Scientists, Net Ops, LLC Computer Network Consultants and Bill’s Liquor & Fine Wines.



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