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Tuesday, February 07, 2012
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

NEO Green Building Networking

Our Chapter's first quarterly social networking session for 2012 is awaiting your registration. This time, we will be enjoying 5,000 square foot Battery Park Wine Bar in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood. The venue is the site of the former Eveready Battery Powerhouse with its landmark smokestack. The property began with just the building shell yet with renovations completed in late 2010, it is has transformed with a new roof, windows, second floor deck, outdoor patio, handicapped accessibiltiy, and volleyball courts. Another great example of creative re-use!We are including a "library" theme for the event. Everyone is encouraged to bring a book to swap for another book brought by an attendee. Preferably books will be on the topics of design, construction or operations of buildings - but any books (travel, cooking , biography, etc.) are welcome. We'll also be will sharing with you the case study template for our upcoming online "library". And you will have a chance to sign up for your own green building projects to become a case study in the online library. Share your books and share your green building story!Great happy hour pricing available on food and drink. You need to cover your bar tab and bring plenty of business cards to connect with regional built environment professionals and green advocates. We're looking to get a maximum sustainability crowd at this event.There is no cost to attend this event. Registration strongly encouraged (so we can adequately staff the bar and make you a nametag) at www.neogreenbuilding.orgOur Chapter's first quarterly social networking session for 2012 is awaiting your registration. This time, we will be enjoying 5,000 square foot Battery Park Wine Bar in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood. The venue is the site of the former Eveready Battery Powerhouse with its landmark smokestack. The property began with just the building shell yet with renovations completed in late 2010, it is has transformed with a new roof, windows, second floor deck, outdoor patio, handicapped accessibiltiy, and volleyball courts. Another great example of creative re-use!We are including a "library" theme for the event. Everyone is encouraged to bring a book to swap for another book brought by an attendee. Preferably books will be on the topics of design, construction or operations of buildings - but any books (travel, cooking , biography, etc.) are welcome. We'll also be will sharing with you the case study template for our upcoming online "library". And you will have a chance to sign up for your own green building projects to become a case study in the online library. Share your books and share your green building story!Great happy hour pricing available on food and drink. You need to cover your bar tab and bring plenty of business cards to connect with regional built environment professionals and green advocates. We're looking to get a maximum sustainability crowd at this event.There is no cost to attend this event. Registration strongly encouraged (so we can adequately staff the bar and make you a nametag) at www.neogreenbuilding.org

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