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Green Solutions for Apartment and Condo Communities

Join us for this webinar on green building and sustainability hosted by Drexel University.  It will feature highlights on urban green energy initiatives from two top practitioners:  Jeffrey Beard, Associate Clinical Professor, Engineering Leadership and Society with Drexel University and former President/CEO of Design-Build Institute of America, along with Matt Stern, Senior Director, Commercial Programs with the Philadelphia Energy Authority.

Explore:

  • Sustainability improvements for existing multifamily buildings
  • Pathways to dual wastewater pipe systems for new construction
  • Manifold benefits of living roofs and green terraces
  • Design solutions for healthy buildings
  • Climate impact reduction initiatives for commercial and mixed-use buildings

 

Date and Time:  Tuesday, October 19, 2 - 3 p.m. EDT

Price:  Free

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About the Hosts

Jeffrey Beard, Associate Clinical Professor, Engineering Leadership and Society, Drexel University and former President/CEO of Design-Build Institute of America

Dr. Jeffrey Beard is Associate Clinical Professor in the College of Engineering at Drexel University.  He is the former President/CEO of the Design Build Institute of America (DBIA) and a passionate expert in green construction.  Dr. Beard is a graduate of Rutgers University, University of Virginia and Georgia Institute of Technology.  He has published for the American Council of Engineering Companies, Journal of Corporate Real Estate and McGraw Hill.  Dr. Beard is also a sought-after speaker on the topics of architecture, engineering and sustainable development.

 

Matt Stern, Senior Director, Commercial Programs, Philadelphia Energy Authority

Matt Stern is Senior Director of Commercial Programs at the Philadelphia Energy Authority.  Previously he held positions with ICF, The Energy Co-op, Performance Systems Development, and the University of Delaware.  Stern holds an MA degree from the University of Delaware and a BS degree from the University of Pittsburgh.  He was also Senior Fellow in the Environmental Leadership Program.