Roosevelt hosts U.S. Green Building Council program, Wednesday, June 5

RU's distinctively blue Wabash Building (constructed 2012), a LEED-gold structure that complements the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Building (foreground) at the downtown Chicago Campus.

RU’s distinctively blue Wabash Building (constructed 2012), a LEED-gold structure that complements the National Historic Landmark Auditorium Building (foreground) at the downtown Chicago Campus.

Interested in green building and leasing practices?    Roosevelt’s Marshall Bennett Institute of Real Estate is hosting the U.S. Green Building Council of Illinois for a program on sustainability practices in developing, leasing, and operating buildings.  The program will be held on Wednesday, June 5 in Roosevelt’s new LEED Gold Wabash Building.

The program has a morning session from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. involving developers, architects, and sustainability leaders that is free to attend.  In the evening, the Fogelson Forum from 5:30 p.m. – 6:30 p.m. (reception at 5:00 p.m.) will discuss “The Business Case for Sustainability” with two national leaders — Dennis Walsh and Richard Kadzis.  Click here to learn more about the program and participants.

Roosevelt students and faculty can attend the evening Fogelson Forum for free – just register by sending an e-mail to Latosha McKinney (lmckinney@roosevelt.edu).  Others can register for $25 by using this link.

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2 Responses to Roosevelt hosts U.S. Green Building Council program, Wednesday, June 5

  1. Carter O'Brien says:

    Hi guys – is the morning session free to interested outsiders as well?

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