the direct path to sustainability

Register today for the 10th Annual Green Building Conference! This free event will be held on Thursday, May 25, 2017 from 7:30 AM to 10 AM at the Hunzinger Construction University Building, 21050 Enterprise Avenue, Brookfield, WI.

Hosted by Hunzinger and Sustainable Building Solutions™, the Green Building Conference is an annual event highlighting key topics in sustainability and green construction practices. This engaging breakfast event draws nearly 250 industry professionals including architects, engineers, subcontractors, suppliers and business owners.

Attendees will be eligible for 2 LEED continuing education credits and AIA CEUs.

2017 Sponsors include Inpro Corporation, Venture Electric, Haworth, M+M Office Interiors and CBRE|ESI.

Advancing Building Performance Standards: You Can’t Build ‘Em Like You Used To:

Keynote Speakers:

Tate Walker, AIA, LEED AP®
BD+C Sustainability Director, OPN Architects

Dave Madsen, PE, LEED AP®
Director of Engineering and Sustainability, e3 Group

Korinne Haeffel, LEED AP®
Director of Community Advancement: WI & IA, USGBC-WI

Phil Vetterkind, LEED AP® O+M
Director of Sustainability, Sustainable Building Solutions

The LEED rating system has evolved, have you? Our group of experts will discuss the realities of building to the latest LEED and ASHRAE standards. Phil Vetterkind will highlight Gateway West Sustainable I, a triple Platinum LEED Building. He will compare its Platinum certification under LEED NC v2.2, LEED EB O+M V2009, and LEED EB O+M V4 and how it would match up with new BD+C rating systems and current and future ASHRAE standards. David Madsen will cover ASHRAE standards currently and where they are headed. Dave will also be discussing the status of Wisconsin energy code and what version of ASHRAE is used today and in the future. Tate Walker will talk about his role as incoming AIA Wisconsin President and how  more stringent LEED standards and ASHRAE standards are changing and how Architects must plan and design buildings to meet the latest standards.  Korinne Haeffel will discuss how the USGBC continues to adapt to the green building marketplace. Korinne will hightlight some of the latest rating systems rolled out by the USGBC and what that means to building professionals.

Attendees will be eligible for 2 LEED continuing education credits and AIA CEUs.

Continental breakfast will be provided and space is limited. Register today!

Register Here!