NYC Green Building Forum Open to Public

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Interested in learning more about green building in The Big Apple?  The “Green Building Forum” is held once a month at the Hafele Showroom, 25 East 26th Street at Madison Avenue.  The free events feature presentations by green building practitioners and are followed by discussions with attendees.  The general public is always invited and AIA credit is available to industry professionals.  This month’s topic will focus on the city’s Green Building Codes.

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Pictured here is The Visionaire, NYC’s first LEED Platinum certified condominiums.

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2 Responses to “NYC Green Building Forum Open to Public”

  1. Lilmbeaumbede on December 10th, 2009 2:45 pm

    Ciao everyone, I am new to the forum, but I have been looking for this place for a long time ‘n I am so glad I finally found it.

    I am 20 years old and doing my masters at Columbia.

    I am the kind of guy who loves to taste fresh things. Right now I am constructing my personalized solar panels. I am making it all alone without the assistance of my staff. I’m using the net as the only way to acheive that. I ran across a really awesome website that explains how to contruct solar panels and wind generators. The web site explains all the steps required to diy solar panel construction.

    I am not sure about how correct the data given there is. If some people over here who have xp with these work can have a peak and give your feedback in the page it will be grand and I’d highly appreciate it.

    Thanks for reading this. You guys are great.

  2. GreenHome on August 9th, 2010 9:06 pm

    This is great that you guys do this every month, I am planning a trip to the city so I will surely be by for this. I have a lot of plans that will improve the sustainability of major cities.

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