Thursday, August 20, 2009

Programs and Resources for Greening Multifamily Properties

Come hear about programs and resources to green multifamily properties. The confluence of the new Title 24 Code, emerging technical programs and resources, and utility rebate programs provides a pathway to design and retrofit multifamily properties to more efficient and durable standards.

This brownbag will focus on upcoming programs and resources to green multifamily properties, both new and existing. Come hear about Build It Green's new GreenPoint Rated Multifamily Existing Home, including preliminary results of pilot projects. LISC will outline how physical needs assessments (PNAs) to multifamily housing stock can help provide a pathway towards greener operations. Since the new 2008 Title 24 will be released in a few short months, get a sneak preview of the changes for new multifamily properties, and the actions that can be taken to bring new multifamily properties above code under the new Title 24. Lastly, we will hear program updates from PG&E's Multifamily Energy Efficiency Rebate Program and the California Multifamily New Homes Program, through Heschong-Mahone Group.


1) Heather Larson, Program Manager, Green Building in Alameda County

2) Mike Gabel, Gabel Associates

3) Erin Camarena, Bay Area LISC

4) Charlie Middleton, PG&E

5) Ryan Schmidt,, Heschong- Mahone Group


Build It Green: Programs & Resources for Greening Multifamily Properties

Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm

Location: AIA East Bay Chapter Office, 1405 Clay Street, Oakland.

Contact: 510/464-3600

Cost: $15 for AIA East Bay and Build It Green members; $25 for non-members.

Registration Required. Click here to register.

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For more information: 510/464-3600

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