Earthblog: A Regional Sustainability Conference

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Earthblog The Rocky Mountain Masonry Institute and the Rocky Mountain Cement Council are co-hosting a day-long regional sustainability conference on Wednesday, Sept. 27, in Denver at the Four Points by Sheraton.

The day-long “Earthblog: a Regional Sustainability Conference” is designed for companies within the industry that focus on using masonry for LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) projects for sustainability. The target audience includes architects, engineers, developers and other decision makers interested in sustainable development.

Architects and engineers who attend will receive a certificate to self-report six (6) continuing education credits.

Registration is $75 in advance, $100 the day of the event.

When:  September 27, 2006

Where:  Four Points Sheridan, Denver, Colorado

Click here to register or for more information

This tip came from Peter Hynes of Urbitecture.  Thank you Peter!

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