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Engineering Green 2016

posted Oct 3, 2016, 10:37 AM by Charles Mitchell   [ updated Oct 3, 2016, 10:37 AM ]
Don’t miss the 6th Annual Engineering Green Conference!
Engineering Green 2016 is an event for professionals and others interested in the planning, technical design of a sustainable site, and the latest examples of sustainable projects. This one day conference will showcase projects and design strategies from various disciplines in the private and public sectors. 
The day will include four sessions (with 2-4 tracks to choose from) in which presenters will give an in-depth look at project design, implementation, and lessons learned. The event will also include a keynote address, breakfast and lunch, and an exhibitor area. Professional CEUs will be available.   
Full conference details & individual tickets can be found here:

A PDF with more details is available by Clicking Here

Questions? Contact Sabrina Bachman, 
Director, Community – Maryland or 443-977-3457.  
Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities still available! 

Breakout Session
Professional CEU approvals are pending.
  • Resilience - The Ultimate Sustainability
  • JHU Stormwater Master Plan: Accounting for Stormwater in Redevelopment Planning
  • Stream Restoration Design and Implementation for Maximizing TMDL Reduction Credits
  • Driving Sustainability Beyond the Buildings - Introduction of the SITES Rating System
  • Energy-efficient Design and Smart Operations of Appliances in Homes and Buildings
  • Setting up Fast-tracks Stormwater Retrofit Projects for Long-term Success
  • Water Quality Retrofits for the Redevelopment of a Small Waterfront Residential Lot
  • Wellness Benefits Extend Beyond the Building into the Site
  • Practical Design and Implementation of Water Reuse Systems and Utilization
  • Regenerative Stormwater Conveyance: Design Implications of an Urban Case Demonstration in Baltimore
  • Exterior Retrofits that Attract Tenants and "Green" Your Facility
  • Great Adaptations: LBC NET ZERO Water Solutions for the Gaddy House
  • High-Performance Manufacturing: Achieving Net Positive Water with Humanscale
  • Growing Green Initiative - It Takes a Village: Riggs Avenue Case Study
  • Library Square, Baltimore: A Public Stormwater Retrofit Design-Build Case Study
  • Miquon Creek- Restoring Stream Function, Water Quality, and Safety Following Storm Damage
  • Who's Down with NGOPP? NGO-Private-Public Partnerships to Design and Implement Restoration Projects
  • Life Cycle Analysis of Adaptive Reuse: Is Existing Building the Greenest Building?
A PDF with more details is available by Clicking Here