As the commercial real estate environment changes, tenants and the overall market are demanding sustainable initiatives in properties. With buildings generating 35% of all greenhouse gases – and 80% of all water consumption taking place in and around buildings – architects, engineers, contractors, building owners and managers need to understand opportunities to drive green building initiatives.
Join us for part one of this 2-part webinar series brought to you by Kimberly-Clark Professional* on how to make your properties more sustainable. Through this engaging session, you will learn about current green building trends, drivers and benefits to assist in your green building journey and a new product to give your building an edge. Also, hear from the sustainability expert at Kimberly-Clark Professional* as she discusses the journey of the Roswell, Georgia headquarters obtaining LEED Platinum Certification.
The Roswell headquarters acquired its first LEED certification in 2010, earned the BOMA 360 Performance Program designation in 2013 and became the third LEED Platinum building in the state in 2014. Hear about the dedicated efforts to become a LEED Platinum building from utilizing 100 percent of all irrigation water sourced from collected storm water to approximately 76 percent of all construction waste being diverted from the landfill and many other initiatives.
Join in the discussion to understand how all of your sustainability initiatives can add up to a green building, which can set you apart from your competition and support tenant demand in our increasingly resource-constrained world.
January 13, 2015 2:00 PM Eastern
Continuing Professional Development Credit: 1.00
BOMA Member Price:$0.00