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May 15, 2014

Education Seminar
A LEED v4 Look at Concrete Technologies

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

6 p.m. - 8 p.m.
at the Green Building Resource Center
1002 Washington Avenue
Houston 77002


In partnership with the Texas Gulf Coast Chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council

 
Concrete is a durable, but energy intensive building material.  What's next?

Lionel Lemay will discuss new strategies for the environmental impacts of concrete on the built environment, transparency reporting with Environmental (and Health) Product Declarations, and Corporate Sustainability Reports, as well as proactive approaches to natural disasters regarding policies, design methodologies, and construction technologies within the context of the updated LEED version 4 rating system.  Lionel is a professional structural engineer, LEED AP, and Construction Specifications Institute member, and chairs the American Society of Civil Engineers Concretes and Cementations Materials committee.

Barry Stiles will discuss an alternative local pervious paving product and how it will aid in storm water quantity and quality improvements including retention and detention capabilities.  He is the creator and founder of TrueGrid, a system of interlocking permeable matrix that when overlaid on a gravel substrate and filled with gravel or turf will hold rainwater.

Patrick Thiel will discuss an alternative type of concrete chemistry and deployment, and its environmental footprint benefits.  Patrick, working in the cement industry over 8 years, is General Manager of Ceratech, which boasts of a carbon-neutral hydraulic cement.

Register online or call 832-394-9050 prior to the event.

Visit http://www.greenhoustontx.gov/gbrceducation.pdf for more details and a map.


Green Building Resource Center

Green Building Resource Center

www.codegreenhouston.org

To learn more about City of Houston sustainability efforts, visit www.greenhoustontx.gov.

 

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