March 3, 2007
by Canadian Architect
Green Roofs for Healthy Cities (the North American trade association for the green roof industry) is bringing the following courses to Room 304, Metro Hall, 55 John Street in Toronto on the following dates:
March 29th, 2007: Green Roof Design 101 Introductory Course (2nd Ed.) from 8:30am-5:00pm
March 30th, 2007: Green Roof Infrastructure Design & Installation 201 from 8:30am-5:00pm
Green Roof Design 101 Introductory Course (2nd Edition)
In this revised introductory course, you will learn about the components and benefits of green roofs, how to design a project for maximum benefits, how to cost estimate for different types of projects and much more. The new course includes the most up-to-date green roof research and design practices as well, as new case studies from this rapidly expanding industry. Tuition is $395 and the course instructor is Steven Peck, Founder and President of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. Stevens extensive knowledge of green roofs and the green roof industry has made him a popular speaker on the topic in Europe as well as North America.
Green Roof Infrastructure Design & Installation 201
This much-anticipated second course in the forthcoming accreditation program is for those who have taken Green Roof Design 101 or who already have basic green roof knowledge. You will learn the roles and responsibilities of a green roof team, and various issues and complexities involved in managing your green roof project and how to plan for success every time. Tuition is $395. Those collecting AIA, RCI or ASLA credits for application toward local/regional associations or for license renewal can acquire 7.5 education credits by enrolling in 101 or 201 courses.
Inquiries should be directed to Green Roofs for Healthy Cities at 416-971-4494 ext 228. For more information and to register please visit: www.greenroofs.org.