The key to a successful green infrastructure project is ensuring you provide the correct sustainable solution for the job. And, finding that solution also means overcoming barriers. Attend the “How to Succeed with your Green Infrastructure Project” seminar at the upcoming West Virginia Construction and Design Expo to gain insight on some of the barriers of green infrastructure and strategies on how you can overcome them in your next project.
Kari Mackenbach, CFM, BCES, ENV SP (ms Columbus), will be co-presenting on developing successful green infrastructure projects at the West Virginia Construction and Design Expo on March 26. With a growing interest in sustainability as a whole, many communities have adopted performance standards and incentives to promote sustainable design. As sustainable design becomes more desirable among communities, barriers and challenges are introduced as well. Kari and David Weaver (AECOM) will address these barriers and suggest strategies to overcome them, providing insight on how to choose the ideal green infrastructure practice.
The West Virginia Construction and Design Expo will be held March 25-26. The region’s largest trade show for the construction and design industry will be hosted in Charleston, West Virginia and has a variety of educational seminars and exhibits. Last year, more than 5,000 people across the United States attended!
Attending the expo? Register for the “How to Succeed with your Green Infrastructure Project” seminar by selecting #67 here.
For more information on how you can succeed with your green infrastructure projects, contact Kari Mackenbach at firstname.lastname@example.org.