USGBC Colorado is proud to host an in-depth discussion with leading developers and owners to analyse the critical elements of green building which are expected to pioneer future opportunities throughout the Rocky Mountain region and across the nation. The forum will be the first of its kind to be held at the newly renovated Grand Hall at Union Station on Wednesday, Aug 13 at 7:30am.
“The current international focus on the Union Station neighbourhood project is evidence of the broad and growing interest in creating socially-minded and sustainably-focused public private partnerships,” said Sharon Alton, Executive Director, USGBC Colorado.
“Much of the success of the Union Station project is rooted in the business case for sustainable design, and as such, it presents a unique case study for green building from which other communities, developers, and owners across our state can benefit.”
Forum speakers will include Steve Byers, CEO, EnergyLogic Inc.; Rob Cohen, CEO, The IMA Financial Group, Inc.; Matt Mahoney, President, BuildMark; Jim McGibney, President, First Century Development; Trae Rigby, Director of Commercial Development, McWhinney; and Gordy Stofer, Director, Hines; the event will be moderated by Carissa Sawyer, Energy Engineer, EnergyLogic Inc.
EnergyLogic CEO Steve Byers will discuss green building from an industry perspective. “As the historic gateway to the heart of Denver and the American West, Union Station’s visibility showcases Denver’s commitment to sustainability and innovative redevelopment,” Byers said. “Union Station is in the heart of LoDo, location of one of the nation’s most successful urban revitalisation projects. A LEED project, Union Station has attracted, progressive, successful local businesses that have a deep commitment to the principles that LEED represents; resource conservation and sustainable design.”
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