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Thursday, May 17, 2012
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

Baldwin Wallace green building tour

Baldwin Wallace College is the first higher learning institution in Ohio to offer undergraduate and master's degree programs in sustainability. They also have multiple sustainable applications and initiatives on their campus and as part of their 10 year master plan.

The 11,000-square-foot Richard and Karen Durst Welcome Center, which will centralize activity for prospective students and visitors, is pursuing LEED certification. The building is expected to open in the heart of the campus in August of 2012. The Welcome Center is the eighth B-W building on campus to utilize the sustainable technology that draws on constant temperatures deep underground for efficient, lower cost heating and cooling.

Join Bill Kerbusch, B-W's Director of Buildings, Dr. David Krueger, B-W's Director of Institute for Sustainable Business Practice, and the project team of Karpinski Engineering to learn more about this individual building and the campus' sustainability plans.

Cost: NEO Chapter members FREE / all others $10 per person

Advanced registration required on the Events page at www.neogreenbuilding.org

Baldwin Wallace College is the first higher learning institution in Ohio to offer undergraduate and master's degree programs in sustainability. They also have multiple sustainable applications and initiatives on their campus and as part of their 10 year master plan. The 11,000-square-foot Richard and Karen Durst Welcome Center, which will centralize activity for prospective students and visitors, is pursuing LEED certification. The building is expected to open in the heart of the campus in August of 2012. The Welcome Center is the eighth B-W building on campus to utilize the sustainable technology that draws on constant temperatures deep underground for efficient, lower cost heating and cooling. Join Bill Kerbusch, B-W's Director of Buildings, Dr. David Krueger, B-W's Director of Institute for Sustainable Business Practice, and the project team of Karpinski Engineering to learn more about this individual building and the campus' sustainability plans. Cost: NEO Chapter members FREE / all others $10 per person Advanced registration required on the Events page at www.neogreenbuilding.org

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