Friday, January 6, 2012

Sustainability / Construction / Project Management Symposium


NOTE: This symposium has been postponed -- stay tuned for a new date!


Saturday, January 28, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PT)
Oakland, CA

Get Your GREEN On!!

The Project Management Institute San Francisco Bay Area Chapter, in conjunction with The Green Science Academy and US Green Building Council Northern California Chapter, will host its second symposium on sustainability, construction, and project management at DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Oakland.

This event will provide you with a great opportunity to hear leaders in the field speak about current thinking on green building/sustainability as well as a chance to network with individuals from a wide variety of green companies and gain actionable information for your job search or career transition.


With four exciting knowledge tracks, this symposium will help you learn about energy efficiency and renewable energy in the built environment; managing your business’ waste stream; and the slow food and slow money movements. In the opening and closing plenary sessions, you’ll also hear about LEED rating system updates planned for 2012 and 2013, and the vital role advocacy plays in advancing the green building industry through education, awareness, and sharing research to influence policy at the national, state, and local levels.

Admission is free, courtesy of the symposium host, DeVry University Keller Graduate School of Oakland. However, space is limited to the first 180 attendees, so register now to lock in your spot!

Sponsorship opportunities are available. Contact dvpcr@pmi-sfbac.org for details.

The DeVry University campus is just one block from Oakland’s 12th Street BART station, at 505 14th Street, Oakland. Transportation, parking, and food are the responsibility of the attendee.



Click Here To Register

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