Low-Energy, Sustainable Building Design Workshop to be Held in Solar Energy Research Facility
February 1, 2002
One of the nation's most advanced buildings is the site of FEMP's Low-Energy, Sustainable Building Design for Federal Managers workshop on April�18-19, 2002 in Golden, Colorado. The workshop is free to Federal Government employees ($99 for contract architects and engineers; fee includes a resource book) and helps agencies comply with Executive Orders 13123 and 13101 and qualifies attendees for 12 AIA Learning Unit Hours. Experienced instructors who are experts in sustainable building design teach this two-day workshop, which focuses on new construction and the "whole building" approach. Buildings designed with an integrated approach use significantly less conventional energy, make more effective use of renewable energy (such as photovoltaics and solar hot water), incorporate recycled and recyclable building materials, conserve water, and minimize construction waste.
To register, or for more information about the course, please contact the Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC) at 202-628-7400 x211 or email@example.com or visit www.sbicouncil.org. To learn more about the Solar Energy Research Facility, please visit www.nrel.gov.