Registration is now open for the Mid-Atlantic Sustainability Conference. A special offer to the first 30 people to register will get a free copy of the National Green Building Standard ICC 700-2012. This conference features industry experts in the subjects of sustainable sites, alternative energy, legal green, building science, energy code, design solutions, energy modeling, HVAC design, indoor air quality, and zero energy homes. Speakers include Allison Bailes, Sam Rashkin, Ross Spiegel, and Peter Yost just to name a few.
This is the event of the year for building science issues in the mixed humid climate. Hope you will be there.
We have been working with a great group of volunteers to bring this conference together. Website and registration should launch soon! Here are some details.
MID-ATLANTIC SUSTAINABILITY CONFERENCE
“building for the future”
JMU Festival Center
The Mid-Atlantic Sustainability Conference brings together thoughtful leaders in the residential and commercial building industry. This inaugural event is designed for those interested in the green-building industry, including contractors, architects, designers, vendors, consultants, engineers, realtors, government agencies, and students. The primary focus of the event is to educate the local and regional building industry on quality green-building practices, products, and projects to inspire attendees to build for the future. The event, co-sponsored by James Madison University office on sustainability, Central Virginia Construction Specifications Institute, and the Shenandoah Valley Builders Association, is a three day conference covering topics including:
Alternative Energy (solar, wind, energy management)
Energy Efficiency (sensors and measurements, energy saving controls, conservation, building science, energy code, energy modeling)
Building Science (moisture management, bulk water management, insulation, alternative building systems, indoor air quality)
The Mid-Atlantic Sustainability Conference will be held at the JMU Festival Conference and
Student Center, Harrisonburg, VA.
1301 Carrier Drive
Festival Conference & Student Center
James Madison University
Harrisonburg, Va 22807
Parking is available at the JMU Convocation Center Lot R10. A JMU shuttle bus will run from this location to the festival center at 15 minute intervals during the conference. All other JMU parking spaces are reserved and parking in them will result in a fine.
Early Bird Rate $225 (through June 30)
Regular Rate $275
Student Rate $50
NAHB Building Science Course (add $175)
Registration link: TBD
Gold ($500) – company logo on website with live link, marketing material in attendee bag
Platinum ($1,000) – Gold level benefits + table top display space Sept 4-5 each morning at event.