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Virtual NH USGBC Annual Meeting

  • Thursday, December 03, 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Virtual - https://meetings.ringcentral.com/j/1492361910

Registration

  • Participation is free.
  • A $10 Donation will be made to the Capitol Center for the Arts and the NH Bank of America Stage in Concord, NH to help provide economic relief and show support for performance venues that have been hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus pandemic and the economic impact of social distancing.

    A $10 donation receives 1 entry into our raffle drawing.
  • A $25 Donation will be made to the Capitol Center for the Arts and the NH Bank of America Stage in Concord, NH to help provide economic relief and show support for performance venues that have been hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus pandemic and the economic impact of social distancing.

    A $25 donation receives 3 entries into our raffle drawing.
  • A $50 Donation will be made to the Capitol Center for the Arts and the NH Bank of America Stage in Concord, NH to help provide economic relief and show support for performance venues that have been hit particularly hard by the Coronavirus pandemic and the economic impact of social distancing.

    A $50 donation receives 5 entries into our raffle drawing.

Register

Please join the NH USGBC for our annual meeting! 

6:00-6:30 - Arrival &Sign In
6:30-7:00 - Ice-breakers & Networking
7:00-7:30 - Keynote Presentation - James Scott Brew: Health, Wellness, and Productivity – Unlocking the Human Potential in Buildings 
7:30-7:45 - Q+A
7:45-8:30 -  Chapter Updates, Building of the year Award, Donation acknowledgement, and raffle drawing

Don't forget to BYOB (Bring Your Own Beverage!)

Registration is free with the option to make a donation. See below for details.

Keynote Presentation:

James Scott Brew is a senior sustainability and wellness architect with NIKKEN SEKKEI (Tokyo, Japan) where he specializes in helping to create healthy, sustainable, and energy efficient buildings that achieve greater resiliency for clients, campuses, cities, and communities. He has over 35 years of design, management, and construction experience and has completed hundreds of projects in historic preservation, healthy, high-performance, low-energy, and LEED certified / super-efficient buildings of many types and sizes. His work extends from the U.S. to Asia, Australia, the Middle East, and Europe.

Before joining NIKKEN, Mr. Brew co-led the buildings practice at Rocky Mountain Institute and was a principal owner, vice-president and pioneer of sustainable design helping to grow his own Minnesota-based architecture and engineering firm from a small firm to nearly 200 people on 7 client focused teams

Charitable Donation: Every year, the NH USGBC supports a local non-profit through donations from guests at our annual meeting. We have previously supported organizations such as the Manchester Salvation Army, The Friendly Kitchen, and New Horizons. This year, we have chosen to donate to the Capitol Center for the Arts and Bank of America Stage in Concord, NH. Due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic and the economic impacts of social distancing measures, performance venues across the country have had to close or operate at minimal capacity and have been hit particularly hard. Stages are economic hubs and provide countless jobs in their communities. To show our support, and our appreciation for hosting the annual meeting last last year, we've provided an option to make a donation when registering.

 If you wish to donate, select a donation in the amount of $10, $25, or $50 during registration. Signing up with a donation will give the registrant entries into our raffle drawing for a "2020 Survival Kit"  

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