LEED Professional Appreciation
at Saint Arnolds Brewery!
VIP GUEST: Beth Holst, Vice President of GBCI and Al Skodowski, Chair-Elect of USGBC
Have your own one-on-one conversation with Beth or Al and ask any question you want about your career, credentials or LEED 2012! Get the answer straight from one of the highest-ranking officials in green building!
June 21, 2012
6:00 - 8:00 pm
St. Arnold’s Brewery
Admission free to everyone
Drink all the beer you want and eat all the wings you can!
Make plans now to celebrate the LEED Accredited Professional and Green Associate at the 2nd Annual LEED Professional Appreciation Event with VIP guests Beth Holst, Vice President of GBCI and Al Skodowski, Chair-Elect of USGBC.
Show your appreciation and celebrate the achievement of the men and women who build their careers on sustainable practices. This networking mixer allows you to meet and greet with others at USGBC and have your own personal one-on-one conversation with Beth or Al. Ask any question you want and get the answer straight from a high ranking GBCI or USGBC representative.
Our VIP Guests will be there is answer your questions and speak with LEED Professionals personally, but they may not get to speak with everyone. To ensure that your questions get answered please email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org by June 11th. We will get the answers you are looking for and put together a FAQ take home sheet for the event.
More than 2,500 LEED APs and GAs work within the Texas Gulf Coast chapter and more than 1,900 work in Houston alone.
They have been responsible for making Houston the third largest city in the nation for total square footage of LEED commercial buildings.
They have been responsible for positioning Houston as a leading city for green building. Thank you to the LEED AP for:
- Making Houston the 2nd in the nation for total number of LEED registered schools
- Leading Houston to be ranked 5th in the nation for total number of LEED commercial buildings
- Ranking Houston 5th in the nation for total number of certified LEED schools
Because of the LEED AP and GA, Houston is growing in sustainable practices and being positioned as one of the most impressive green building leaders in the world.
The chapter expects 200-250 people for this event. While the event is free to everyone who wants to celebrate the LEED professional, pre-registration is requested. Under no circumstance would the chapter run out of beer but it could run out of wings without a good headcount!
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Registration is open now.