3rd Annual Smart Sustainable 2008

  • 07 Feb 2008
  • 08 Feb 2008
  • Thursday Dinner, Radisson Hotel & Conference Center 12600 Roosevelt Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33716 --- FRIDAY, Feb 8th, EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
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Registration

  • Join key government and business leaders at the 3rd annual Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay symposium, as we welcome expert speakers that will give us the big picture on why sustainable building practices are so important to all of us, from corporate and government boardrooms to individuals.

    Friday, February 9th
    7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
    8:00 am - 4:30pm

    EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
    13805 - 58th Street N. - Clearwater, FL 33760


    The Sustainable Urban Center
    Breakfast Speaker: John L. Knott, CEO, The Noisette Company LLC

    Living Machines: Treating Wastewater Nature’s Way
    Dr. Mark Schaefer, Worrell Water Technologies

    Greening the Comprehensive Plan
    Luncheon Speaker: Gene Boles, AICP
    Director, Center for Building Better Communities, University of Florida

    Sustainability Initiatives – From Policy to Practice
    Terry Miller, Green Building Services

    Case Study: Eco-Performance in the Mid-Size to Small Commercial Building Market
    Mike Barcik, LEED AP, Director of Technical Services, Southface

    The Future of Facilities is Painted Green:
    Modern IAQ & Good Maintenance Practice
    Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP, President, Facility Environmental Partners

    Friday ONLY:
    Non-Members $100 (Dinner only)

    TWO DAY REGISTRATION (Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
    Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
    Member $150
    Non-Member $175
  • Join key government and business leaders at the 3rd annual Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay symposium, as we welcome expert speakers that will give us the big picture on why sustainable building practices are so important to all of us, from corporate and government boardrooms to individuals.

    Friday, February 9th
    7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
    8:00 am - 4:30pm

    EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
    13805 - 58th Street N. - Clearwater, FL 33760


    The Sustainable Urban Center
    Breakfast Speaker: John L. Knott, CEO, The Noisette Company LLC

    Living Machines: Treating Wastewater Nature’s Way
    Dr. Mark Schaefer, Worrell Water Technologies

    Greening the Comprehensive Plan
    Luncheon Speaker: Gene Boles, AICP
    Director, Center for Building Better Communities, University of Florida

    Sustainability Initiatives – From Policy to Practice
    Terry Miller, Green Building Services

    Case Study: Eco-Performance in the Mid-Size to Small Commercial Building Market
    Mike Barcik, LEED AP, Director of Technical Services, Southface

    The Future of Facilities is Painted Green:
    Modern IAQ & Good Maintenance Practice
    Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP, President, Facility Environmental Partners

    Friday Member rate $80

    TWO DAY REGISTRATION (Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
    Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
    Member $150
    Non-Member $175
  • Join key government and business leaders at the 3rd annual Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay symposium, as we welcome expert speakers that will give us the big picture on why sustainable building practices are so important to all of us, from corporate and government boardrooms to individuals.

    Keynote - Green Collar Jobs
    Thursday, February 7th

    Sponsor Exhibit Cocktail Party & Dinner
    Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
    12600 Roosevelt Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33716
    Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
    Dinner 6:45 pm
    Keynote Address 7:30 pm

    Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay kicks off with Green-Collar jobs a powerful presentation from Keynote Speaker Jerome Ringo.


    Day Two:
    Friday, February 9th
    7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
    8:00 am - 4:30pm

    EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
    13805 - 58th Street N. - Clearwater, FL 33760


    The Sustainable Urban Center
    Breakfast Speaker: John L. Knott, CEO, The Noisette Company LLC

    Living Machines: Treating Wastewater Nature’s Way
    Dr. Mark Schaefer, Worrell Water Technologies

    Greening the Comprehensive Plan
    Luncheon Speaker: Gene Boles, AICP
    Director, Center for Building Better Communities, University of Florida

    Sustainability Initiatives – From Policy to Practice
    Terry Miller, Green Building Services

    Case Study: Eco-Performance in the Mid-Size to Small Commercial Building Market
    Mike Barcik, LEED AP, Director of Technical Services, Southface

    The Future of Facilities is Painted Green:
    Modern IAQ & Good Maintenance Practice
    Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP, President, Facility Environmental Partners


    TWO DAY REGISTRATION (Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
    Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
    Member $150
  • Join key government and business leaders at the 3rd annual Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay symposium, as we welcome expert speakers that will give us the big picture on why sustainable building practices are so important to all of us, from corporate and government boardrooms to individuals.

    Keynote - Green Collar Jobs
    Thursday, February 7th

    Sponsor Exhibit Cocktail Party & Dinner
    Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
    12600 Roosevelt Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33716

    Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
    Dinner 6:45 pm
    Keynote Address 7:30 pm

    Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay kicks off with Green-Collar jobs a powerful presentation from Keynote Speaker Jerome Ringo.


    Day Two:
    Friday, February 9th
    7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
    8:00 am - 4:30pm

    EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
    13805 - 58th Street N. - Clearwater, FL 33760


    The Sustainable Urban Center
    Breakfast Speaker: John L. Knott, CEO, The Noisette Company LLC

    Living Machines: Treating Wastewater Nature’s Way
    Dr. Mark Schaefer, Worrell Water Technologies

    Greening the Comprehensive Plan
    Luncheon Speaker: Gene Boles, AICP
    Director, Center for Building Better Communities, University of Florida

    Sustainability Initiatives – From Policy to Practice
    Terry Miller, Green Building Services

    Case Study: Eco-Performance in the Mid-Size to Small Commercial Building Market
    Mike Barcik, LEED AP, Director of Technical Services, Southface

    The Future of Facilities is Painted Green:
    Modern IAQ & Good Maintenance Practice
    Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP, President, Facility Environmental Partners

    Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
    Dinner 6:45 pm
    Keynote Address 7:30 pm

    TWO DAY REGISTRATION (Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
    Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
    Non-Member $175
  • Keynote - Green Collar Jobs

    Thursday, February 7th
    Sponsor Exhibit Cocktail Party & Dinner
    Radisson Hotel & Conference Center

    Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay kicks off with Green-Collar jobs a powerful presentation from Keynote Speaker Jerome Ringo.

    Jerome Ringo brings to his role as president of the Apollo Alliance his first-hand experience about environmental challenges learned from working for more than 20 years in Lousiana's petrochemical industry. As he begun observing the negative impacts of the industry's pollution on local communities - primarily poor, minority communities - Ringo began organizing community environmental justice groups.

    In 1996, Ringo was elected to serve on the National Wildlife Federation board of directors, and in 2005, he became the chair of the board. in doing so, he also became the first African-American to head a major conservation organization.

    Jerome Ringo was the only black delegate from the U.S. at the 1998 Global Warming Treaty Negotiations in Kyoto, Japan.

    Like USGBC, the Apollo Alliance is a supporter of energy independence and new technologies that create new jobs and ensure good stewardship of both the economy and our natural environment.

    Don't miss this dynamic speaker!

    Radisson Conference Center
    12600 Roosevelt Blvd., St. Petersburg, FL 33716
    Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
    Dinner 6:45 pm
    Keynote Address 7:30 pm

    DINNER ONLY:
    Member Cost $80 (Dinner only)
  • Keynote - Green Collar Jobs

    Thursday, February 7th
    Sponsor Exhibit Cocktail Party & Dinner
    Radisson Hotel & Conference Center

    Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay kicks off with Green-Collar jobs a powerful presentation from Keynote Speaker Jerome Ringo.

    Jerome Ringo brings to his role as president of the Apollo Alliance his first-hand experience about environmental challenges learned from working for more than 20 years in Lousiana's petrochemical industry. As he begun observing the negative impacts of the industry's pollution on local communities - primarily poor, minority communities - Ringo began organizing community environmental justice groups.

    In 1996, Ringo was elected to serve on the National Wildlife Federation board of directors, and in 2005, he became the chair of the board. in doing so, he also became the first African-American to head a major conservation organization.

    Jerome Ringo was the only black delegate from the U.S. at the 1998 Global Warming Treaty Negotiations in Kyoto, Japan.

    Like USGBC, the Apollo Alliance is a supporter of energy independence and new technologies that create new jobs and ensure good stewardship of both the economy and our natural environment.

    Don't miss this dynamic speaker!

    Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
    Dinner 6:30 pm
    Keynote Address 7:30 pm

    DINNER ONLY:
    Non-Members $100 (Dinner only)

    TWO DAY REGISTRATION (Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
    Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
    Non-Member $175

Please note there are two different locations:

Thursday, February 7th venue is at the Radisson Hotel & Conference Center
12600 Roosevelt Blvd.
St. Petersburg, FL 33716

Friday, February 8th
EPI Center St. Petersburg College
13805 - 58th Street N.
Clearwater, FL 33760

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Join key government and business leaders at the 3rd annual Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay symposium, as we welcome expert speakers that will give us the big picture on why sustainable building practices are so important to all of us, from corporate and government boardrooms to individuals.


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Thursday, February 7th
 Sponsor Exhibit Cocktail Party & Dinner
 Radisson Hotel & Conference Center

Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay kicks off with Green-Collar jobs a powerful presentation from Keynote Speaker Jerome Ringo.

Jerome Ringo brings to his role as president of the Apollo Alliance his first-hand experience about environmental challenges gleaned from for more than 20 years in Louisiana's petrochemical industry. As he began observing the negative impacts of the industry's pollution on local communities -- primarily poor, minority communities -- Ringo started organizing community environmental justice groups.

In 1996, Ringo was elected to serve on the National Wildlife  Federation board of directors, and in 2005, he became the chair of the board, becoming the first African-American to head a major conservation organization.

Jerome Ringo was the only black delegate from the U.S. at the 1998 Global Warming Treaty Negotiations  in Kyoto, Japan.

Like USGBC, the Apollo Alliance is a supporter of energy independence and new technologies that create new jobs and ensure good stewardship of both the economy and our natural environment.

Don't miss this dynamic speaker!

Registration & Sponsor Cocktail Party 5:30 pm
Dinner 6:45 pm
Keynote Address 7:30 pm

DINNER ONLY:
Member Cost $80 (Dinner only)
Non-Members $100 (Dinner only)


DAY TWO:

Friday, February 9th
7:30 am Registration and Breakfast
8:00 am - 4:30pm

EPI Center - St. Petersburg College
13805 - 58th Street N. - Clearwater, FL 33760

The Sustainable Urban Center

Breakfast Speaker: John L. Knott, CEO, The Noisette Company LLC

Living Machines: Treating Wastewater Nature’s Way
Dr. Mark Schaefer, Worrell Water Technologies

Greening the Comprehensive Plan
Luncheon Speaker: Gene Boles, AICP
Director, Center for Building Better Communities, University of Florida

Sustainability Initiatives – From Policy to Practice
Terry Miller, Green Building Services

Case Study: Eco-Performance in the Mid-Size to Small Commercial Building Market
Mike Barcik, LEED AP, Director of Technical Services, Southface

The Future of Facilities is Painted Green:
Modern IAQ & Good Maintenance Practice

Anthony R. Febbraro, CIAQP, President, Facility Environmental Partners

Friday ONLY:
Member $80
Non-Members $100 (Dinner only)

TWO DAY REGISTRATION
(Thursday 1/2 day workshops not included)
Thursday night dinner & Friday Speaker Session
Member $150
Non-Member $175

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for more information visit our chapter website
Smart Sustainable Tampa Bay

or email Colleenm@tampabay.rr.com


USGBC Florida Gulf Coast Chapter, c/o Florida Atlantic University, College of Engineering and Computer Science,
777 Glades Road, Room EE 329, Boca Raton, FL 33431-0991, info@usgbc-fgc.org / 561-373-7367
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