FS-006 It’s Alive!: Advanced NREL Theory Becomes a Sustainable Campus

Friday, November 21
7:45 am – 12:00 Noon
3.5 PDH
Ticketed event. Tickets not sold at the door.

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory, situated in the Rocky Mountain foothills, represents the leading edge in research and innovation in sustainable-energy technology. Walk the campus and its five distinctive landscapes, including a Sustainable Sites InitiativeTM 3 star project, 2011 CCASLA Honor Award, and 2011 AIA COTE Top Ten research facility.

Leaders/Speakers: Eric Pearse ASLA, LEED AP BD+C, Wenk Associates; Michelle Slovensky ASLA, LEED AP, National Renewable Energy Laboratory; Brian Nicholson, ASLA, and Scott Anderson, ASLA, RNL Design; Steve Breitzka ASLA LEED AP, Environmental Design & Research

$85 per person; includes transportation and bottled water.

Valid ID required onsite for all attendees. Foreign Nationals will need to bring their passport and submit a Foreign National Data Card by November 3. Forms will be provided by ASLA.

Tickets may be purchased at the time of registration.


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