2009 Programs

January 13
LEED 2009 and State of the Chapter Report

February 10
“Reducing Waste on Construction Sites”, by Beth Coates, Allied Waste; Lydia Oswald and Mike Rawson, Ceiling Supply, Inc.; and Tim Surmeier, Eco-Recycling

March 18
“Whole Building Commissioning”, by Laura Ludwig, Cotter Consulting, Inc. – In partnership with CSI

April 14
“Municipal Initiatives”
Presenters: Todd Meyer, Vice President, Location Director, HOK Planning Group; John May, City of Creve Couer Climate Action Task Force; Marjorie Melton, President of the Board of Public Service, City of St. Louis; and Petree Eastman, Assistant City Manager, City of University City – In partnership with the Urban Land Institute – St. Louis District Council

May 11
6th Annual LEED Showcase, featuring:

  • Animal House – City of St. Louis
  • Habitat for Humanity St. Louis 2008 Jeff Vanderlou Build
  • Harrison Education Center – St. Louis Community College
  • Monsanto Center – Missouri Botanical Garden

June 9
“Greening the University”

  • Lewis and Clark Community College, by Jessica Pascoe and Jon McGinnis
  • Webster University, by Dave Stone and Tim Michels
  • Washington University, by James T. Stueber

June 20
Green House Tour w/ Missouri Botanical Garden’s EarthWays Center & St. Louis Home Builders Association

July 16
“LEED Homes Developments: Building Economies of Scale”

Moderated by Jean Ponzi, Missouri Botanical Garden’s EarthWays Center

August 11
“ASHRAE Standard 189”, by Lee Burgett, Trane, past President of ASHRAE and member of the 189.1 project committee

August 13
“Greening Your Government, Session 2: Helping Your Homeowners Go Green”
Richard Reilly, Boa Construction; Rick Hunter, Sage Homebuilders; and Jean Ponzi, Missouri Botanical Garden’s EarthWaysCenter

September 9
Annual LEED Building Tour: Cannon Design

October 13
“Green Jobs and Eco-Development”, by Baye Adofo-Wilson, Lincoln Park Coast Cultural District

October 28
“No Cost Ways to Green Your School”, by Cindy Bambini, USGBC-STL Green Schools Subcommittee

December 7
“High Performance Building, Session 1: National Outlook and Local Impact”
U.S. Representative Russ Carnahan (D-Missouri); Robert Lane, Green the Capitol; and Christine Ramsdell, Enterprise Holdings