Where to Find Us at Greenbuild

Bill Walsh - November 5, 2009

We look forward to seeing old friends and making new ones at Greenbuild 2009. Here’s where you can find us.

EXHIBITION HALL, BOOTH 2258

HBN’s Pharos Project will be at booth 2258. There you can get a live demonstration, sign up for a subscription, and talk with members of the Pharos leadership team.

RADICAL TRANSPARENCY PANEL DISCUSSION
Tuesday, November 10, 5-8pm, Arizona Biltmore Grand Ballroom

HBN Founder and Executive Director Bill Walsh will participate in Equitable Design In Action, a panel discussion on Radical Transparency, hosted by Perkins + Will. Bill will join Jason McLennan, CEO of the Cascadia Region Green Building Council, and Robin Guenther, Principal, Perkins + Will in a discussion moderated by Joann Gonchar, Senior Editor at Architectural Record and contributing editor at GreenSource magazine. Please RSVP here [closed].

PHAROS PROJECT LUNCH AND LEARN
Wednesday, November 11, Lunch

Lunch and learn about Pharos on site at Greenbuild with HBN Program Director Paul Bogart and Policy Director Tom Lent. Seating is limited. You must RSVP here [closed] and you must already have a Greenbuild lunch ticket in order to attend.

PHAROS PROJECT LUNCH AND LEARN
Thursday, November 12, Lunch

Lunch and learn about Pharos on site at Greenbuild with HBN Health Care Project Director Julie Silas and Senior Researcher Jim Vallette. Seating is limited. You must RSVP here [closed] and you must already have a Greenbuild lunch ticket in order to attend.

EQUITABLE DESIGN IN ACTION: A PECHA KUCHA PRESENTATION & RECEPTION
Thursday, November 12, 6-8pm, Sheraton Phoenix Downtown Phoenix Ballroom D & E

HBN Founder and Executive Director Bill Walsh is an invited presenter at in Equitable Design in Action: A Pecha Kucha Presentation & Reception, a special event for students and emerging professionals hosted by Enterprise Green Communities and the USGBC. Please RSVP for this event here [closed].


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