Jun 06, 2014
CALGreen, the new state building code that took effect on January 1, 2011, mandates that all new buildings in the state be more environmentally friendly. The new code marks the most aggressive statewide green building code in the country.
To better understand the implications of the new legislation and what it means for building design, construction and maintenance, the Los Angeles chapter of the United States Green Business Council (USGBC-LA) will offer a two-hour training session hosted by P2S Engineering on June 16, 2011 in Long Beach, California.
The training session will provide insight on the CALGreen code and its requirements as well as it will explore similarities and differences with the LEED rating system. Information will also be presented on commissioning and its relationship to the new CALGreen code. The training session will be presented by Kent Peterson, PE, LEED AP, FASHRAE, Principal and Chief Engineer of P2S Engineering.
The training session tuition is $20 for USGBC members and $40 for non-members, and will be held June 16, 2011. Registration and breakfast is open at 7:30am at the P2S Engineering office. Advance registration is on the USGBC-LA website.
USGBC-LA: CALGreen & Commissioning Training
June 16, 2011
7:30am Breakfast and Registration
8-10am CALGreen Presentation
Kent Peterson, PE, LEED AP, FASHRAE
5000 E. Spring Street, 8th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90815
Members $20 / Non-Members $40
Sign up here.
Note: 2 GBCI CMP Professional Development Credits Available*