Solar Architectural Design - Seminar - 5 May 2010 - Pedricktown NJ

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Commercial Real Estate Agent with Green Paradigm Realty LLC

Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED®)

Energy and Atmosphere  |  Solar Architectural Design / Construction Costs

 Wednesday - May 05, 2010 - - 8:30 AM to 10:30 AM [$10 at the door] [register]

 Light Breakfast provided (program starts promptly at 9:00 am)

 Speaker: Jason Kliwinski, AIA, LEED AP, Spiezle Architectural Group

 Continuing Education:  LEED Credential Maintenance Program (1.5 hours)

                                                                         AIA CE (1 hour) (approval pending)

 Why:  Learn the mandatory prerequisites involved in "Energy and Atmosphere" for U.S. Green Building Council LEED Certification.  Energy demand reduction and rightsizing your HVAC system is critical before drawing up specifications for a geothermal or solar system.  Speaker will address costs and benefits and architectural alternatives of designing solar energy into your building and offer case studies of successful New Jersey LEED projects incorporating solar.

 Where: Energy Freedom Pioneers Eco-Industrial Park (Bldg 322)

                300 Route 130, 322 Artillery Ave, Pedricktown NJ 08067-0420
                Salem County - six miles south of Commodore Barry Bridge

 RSVP:   RSVP@GreenParadigmInstitute.com  or  www.GreenParadigmInstitute.com

 RSVP by Monday 3 May 2010 | Directions or Questions: 856 981 2973

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