Rethinking Demolition Seminar at 8:00 AM on 10/18/2013
||10/18/2013 8:00:00 AM
||(Metro Waste Authority) 300 east locust, Suite 100
Des Moines, IA 50309
Organized by Center on Sustainable Communities (COSC) and its COSC iowa Demolition & Reuse Initiative
Featured Instructor: David Bennick of Re-Use Consulting
Panel Discussion Guest Speakers: Dan Oswald of Iowa Central Community College's Deconstruction Program, Daniel Nickey of Iowa Waste Reduction Center, Shelly Codner of Iowa Waste Exchange and Scott Flagg of Iowa DNR Derelict Building Program.
National expert David Bennick of Re-Use Consulting leads an introductory training on the economical, social and environmental benefits of minimizing construction and demolition debris. Supporting COSC's collaborative goal of a strong deconstruction market in Iowa, Bennick will share insights from 20 years of experience in the field. Learn what it takes to make deconstruction projects successful for your business, community or property. Topics include case studies, developing markets, connecting resources, increasing job skills, expanding business services, design for deconstruction and putting valuable, reusable materials back into the supply chain.
Guest speakers will share information about the many existing resources in Iowa that are helping the state rethink the definition of demolition by promoting broader economic and environmental opportunities.
Audience: Demolition services, city managers, Main Street program administrators, property owners, architects, remodelers, NAHB builders, LEED project managers, contractors, planning and zoning officials, waste management employees, recycling, economic development managers, furniture craftspeople, artisans, and salvage retailers.
Registration: $65 COSC Members | $80 Non-members | icosc.com or email@example.com
Location: Metro Waste Authority, 300 East Locust Street, Suite 100, Des Moines, IA 50309
Free parking and lunch is included in registration fee.
Direct link: http://www.icosc.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=554:decon-101813&catid=29:upcoming-events&Itemid=76