Join the USGBC Central Florida for a fun evening with an amazing panel of experts on the hot topic of Smart & Sustainable Cities.
Panelists include a private developer from Tampa working on a large re-development in downtown Tampa and trying to make it WELL Certified; the sustainability lead from University of Florida to discuss their smart, sustainable buildings and curriculum on campus; a vice president of a large technology company who will share the completion of one smart community in Japan and one in progress in Denver; and your local Orlando Sustainability Director who will share how the city is preparing for autonomous cars and other smart-growth innovation.
There will be lots of time for questions and robust discussion.
Chris Castro, CPB, LEED GA, Sustainability Director, City of Orlando
Mike Hess, PE, LEED Fellow, Vice President, Smart & Sustainable Buildings, Panasonic Enterprise Solutions Company
Bahar Armaghani, LEED Fellow, LEED Faculty, Director, UF Green Building Learning Collaborative, and Lecturer, Sustainability and the Built Environment College of Design, Construction and Planning
Sarah Mason, WELL AP, LEED AP, Wellness and Sustainability Analyst, Strategic Property Partners
Many thanks to USGBC Central Florida Region volunteers for hosting this webcast!
Thank you to TLC Engineering for Architecture for being our venue host!
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