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Sustainable Warehouse Forum

Fri, 9/23/2022 - 8:30am - 11:30am

Rockwell Integrated Science Center, Lafayette College, 730 High St, Easton, PA 18042

This event is now SOLD OUT!

explore success stories that will inspire us to build better warehouses.

This event kicks off a series of workshops focusing on warehouse development with a focus on sustainable design and construction strategies. At the next event, we'll explore the planning and zoning strategies with our partners at ULI Philadelphia.

As a northeast logistics hub, warehouses are part of Lehigh Valley’s economy. Our community is advocating for more sustainable buildings that will consider the region's health and the environment. First, we will take a look at the warehouse development in the region. Then, we’ll explore opportunities to green these buildings from all aspects of development. From sustainable, low-carbon materials to solar-ready energy measures and native grasses and pollinator-friendly landscapes. If we’re going to welcome more warehouses, we have to build them in a way that protects the health of our community, including the people that work in them. 

 

Meet your speakers!

  • Becky Bradley, Lehigh Valley Planning Commission
  • Scott Kelly, Re:Vision Architecture 
  • James Hayes, The Stone House Group 
  • Jim Muhaw, Rothoblaas 
  • Charlie Stocks, W. P. Carey
  • Steve Glickman, Steven Glickman Architect (moderator)

 

Event Fee:

$15 for GBU members and students

$25 for non-members

*The event fee includes breakfast*

This event is now SOLD OUT!

 

How to get there: 

The event will be held at The Dyer Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship in the Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center at Lafayette College, located at 730 High St, Easton, PA 18042.  The Rockwell Integrated Sciences Center is located on Anderson Courtyard. There will be signs to help you navigate to the Center. Please also see the map below. 

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About the event host:

Green Building United (founded in 2001, as Delaware Valley Green Building Council) is a member-driven, mission-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. We are a chapter of the U.S. Green Building Council and have active Passive House and Living Future Communities.

We provide a broad range of CEU-approved education, advocate for local and regional green building legislation, and partner on several strategic initiatives across our region including the Philadelphia 2030 District.

Learn more about GBU's mission and impact here.

Event Partner

Mid-rise Sponsor

Have questions about sponsoring this event? Contact John Ivey, Development Manager at jivey@greenbuildingunited.org or 215-399-5799.

Green Building United Legacy Partners

Green Building United Platinum Partners

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