Please join the Kansas City Sections of ASCE and CSI for a presentation on A.L. Huber and sustainable design.
Date: Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Time: 11:30 am to 12:00 pm – Registration / Social 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm – Meal and Presentation by Phil Thomas and Sarah Staten with A.L. Huber
Place: Cadillac Catering 2000 Grand Boulevard Kansas City, MO
Cost: $30.00 for ASCE members and guests
Reservations: RSVP by Monday, October 4th to Mohamad Ibrawish by emailing email@example.com or calling (913)638-9184.
Phil Thomas, LEED A.P. – President As president of A.L. Huber, Phil is committed to sustainable design and construction, and in 2008, Phil became a LEED Accredited Professional. Phil holds an Architectural-Engineering degree and MBA from the University of Kansas.
Sarah Staten, LEED A.P. – Project Manager Sarah was the first LEED A.P. at A.L. Huber. Sarah is involved in several professional affiliations including USGBC, Construction Leadership Council, Women in Design, KC CREW and the Central Exchange. Sarah graduated from Kansas State University with a Construction Science & Management degree.
Presentation: A.L. Huber general contractor will present REDI: Renewable Energy Demonstration Initiative recently installed at their headquarters in Overland Park. REDI is a demonstration project established to provide educational opportunities in wind and solar energy to public and private companies or individuals who are interested in the future of energy. From permitting through installation and now into the monitoring phase, Phil and Sarah will discuss the particulars of making this unique installation happen. Components to the REDI project include: the VQ WindJet 5 – first-of-its-kind wind turbine; SunPower photo-voltaic panels; the Energy Center demonstration and monitoring room; a “green wall”; reclaimed wood siding; and other sustainable elements incorporated in the building and in the culture.
Read more about REDI at www.ALHuber.com or visit A.L. Huber general contractor on Facebook to view a gallery of photos.
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