GreenMeet - Green Schoolhouse Collaboration for ‘Common’ Ground Schools

  • 16 May 2012
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Kearny High School, 7651 Wellington Way, San Diego, CA 92111
  • 18

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Walk-in registration will be available for $40 on-site.


The Green Schoolhouse Series: A Collaboration for ‘Common’ Ground

Collaboration is at the Heart of the Green Schoolhouse series and is transforming our schools with LEED-Platinum designed K-12 schoolhouses built entirely by volunteers. 

This exciting GreenMeet brings together the co-founder of the Green Schoolhouse Series, leading architecture firm Harley Ellis Devereaux, and Kearny High School as they share the vision and the plan for the new LEED-Platinum student Commons scheduled to begin construction next year. This new facility will be constructed using donated top-of-the-line highly sustainable products to be LEED Platinum and net zero energy.

At this event, you will also be able to tour the current school facility and learn about the planned improvements. In addition, the chapter will be expanding its Green Schools efforts with the announcement of the Green Apple Day of Service event and launch of a Schools Committee focused on improving the sustainability of our schools.

At this event, we will be re-launching our Green Schools Committee of the San Diego Green Building Council.


Event Agenda

5:30 – 6:45 PM – Registration, Networking and Building Tours

5:30 PM – Tour One w/Contractor

5:45 PM – Tour Two w/architect

6:00 PM – Tour Three w/Cause & Effect

6:45 – 8:15 PM  Speaker and Panel Presentation with Audience Q&A

Marshall Zotara, The Green School House Series 

John Dale, Harley Ellis Devereaux Architecture 

Laura Bellofatto, Construction Tech Academy


Moderator

Sean Hulen, Balfour Beatty Construction

8:15 – 8:30 PM – Networking and Departure


Location: Kearny High School, 7651 Wellington Way, San Diego, CA 92111


Click here for more information on the Green Schoolhouse movement--which are LEED Platinum designed green schoolhouse built by volunteers. 



   
     

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