On Tuesday, June 17 at 6:00 pm the Young Architects Forum presents LEED for Homes.
Michael Kloefkorn, LEED AP and Piper Kujac, LEED AP of Van Meter Williams and Pollack will discuss regional residential green building programs and practices, residential green building means and methods and an overview of the Green Point Rated Program.
Is an Associate at VMWP, Mr. Kloefkorn specializes in green urban architecture with a focus on sustainability and community. He is a graduate of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo with a B.Arch degree; his areas of study focused on Sustainable and Urban Design. He is a registered architect in Colorado, a LEED Accredited Professional as well as a Certified Green Building Professional and GreenPoint Rater. He is a member of the Northern California Chapter of the USGBC and currently serves as a Chair for the Residential Green Building Advocacy Committee.
Trained in Architecture at University of Oregon, she admits to an obsession with materials and resources and thrives on finding new means and methods of sustainable design. Piper has served as chair of the USGBC NCC's Emerging Green Builders and currently co-chairs the Residential Green Building Advocacy Committee. Piper teaches 'Sustainable Project Development' and 'Sustainable Building Materials' at UC Berkeley Extension and is a LEED for Homes Representative with Davis Energy Group.
Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland
Contact: Kellie Hewlett at 510/464-3600 or Gerard Lee, AIA
Cost: None; this program open to all. Cocktails provided. Please RSVP.
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For more information: Kellie Hewlett, Program Coordinator at 510/464-3600