Where we’ll be March 6, 2012 – Engineering Green 2012

Ted Scott will have two presentations:
– Efficiently Performing ESD Calculations in a Production Design Context
– Operations and Maintenance Issues with ESD Infrastructure

Check it out & sign up at: http://usgbcmd.org/Default.aspx?pageId=1208593

        


March 6, 2012
@ Engineering Society of Baltimore
Keynote address from Mark Maloney, Dir. of Public Works, City of Shoreview, MN
“Pervious Concrete as Public Infrastructure”

Read Mark Maloney’s Bio Here

Vendor Tables  *  Breakfast and Lunch Included  * PDH’s available
Read the List of Presenters/Presentations Here

Engineering Green 2012 is an event for civil engineers, landscape architects, property owners, developers, and others interested in the engineering design of a sustainable site.  This one day conference will showcase projects in the commercial and government sectors int he Chesapeake bay Watershed.  The day will include four sessions (with 2 or 3 presentations to choose from in each) in which presenters will give an in-depth look at project design, implementation, and lessons learned.  The event will also include a keynote address from a leader in the field of site sustainability, breakfast and lunch, and a chance to put your mind together with other professionals working in similar areas and dealing with similar issues to come up with practical solutions.

Early Registration Ends Feb. 28th

Read the List of Presenters Here

Attendee Cost- $75 on or before Feb. 28th, $100 after Feb. 28th
Vendor Table $500
Sponsorship Available

REGISTER TODAY

Engineering Society of Baltimore (Garret Jacobs Mansion)
11 West Mount Vernon Place, Baltimore, Maryland 21201

For more information email kbraun@kleinfelder.com or diana@rightwayenvironmental.com

Event title “engineering green” used with permission of Cascadia Green Building Council

Sponsor/Vendor Opportunities*

*Checks can be sent to USGBC MD headquarters at 230 Schilling Circle, Suite 132, Hunt Valley, MD 21031

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