“Green Strategies for Historic Buildings,” Sept. 9

The Roosevelt, Phoenix, AZ[Source: Carol Griffith, Arizona State Parks] — The destruction of an existing building and the procurement and transport of materials to build a new building is less energy efficient (uses more energy and resources) than making an existing building more energy efficient.  The State Historic Preservation Office is partnering with the National Preservation Institute to have a course taught in Phoenix on “Green Strategies for Historic Buildings,” September 9, 2008.  AIA credits will apply.  Click here for course details.

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Posted on June 5, 2008, in Historic Preservation, Sustainability and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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