Core Concepts of Sustainable Design

Start: Thu, 03/08/2012 (All day)
End: Thu, 03/08/2012 (All day)
Location: SDG&E Energy Innovation Center (SDEIC), 4760 Clairemont Mesa Blvd., San Diego, CA 92117

Check-in and breakfast is available at ­­­­7:30 am with the seminar beginning at 8:00 am  and running through 12 pm.




The Energy Innovation Center is located in the Diane Shopping Center at the intersection of Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Diane Ave, in the shopping center with the Jack in the Box.  If you have questions about the Energy Innovation Center, please call us at 800-613-8970. For more information, please visit www.sdge.com/eic. 

Sponsored by San Diego Gas & Electric

This will be the 2nd of 3 sessions in an introductory course in sustainable design, construction and operations of buildings and communities will address the following: introduction to basic concepts and terms of sustainability, the business case for green buildings, recent trends and future forecast related to this new way of thinking.  Whether it's your home, place of work, or child's school any building can be made healthier, more efficient and better for the environment--this program will address the many ways that sustainable thinking can benefit our built environment



About the Speaker:
Doug Kot is the Executive Director of US Green Building Council - San Diego Chapter. Doug is an architect and planner with more than 14 years of experience with green building and environmentally sustainable planning projects. His experience includes all phases and scales of project development - from writing general plans through building detailing to conceptual design through post-occupancy evaluation.

Host Organization(s): USGBC- San Diego
Contact name: Abigail Buchan
Contact phone and/or email: buchan.abbie@gmail.com