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Green to Green: opportunities for more energy-efficient building retrofits

September 14, 2005
by Canadian Architect

This one-day course will be held at locations across Canada, and will help participants understand how to make the best decisions for implementing energy efficiency strategies in retrofit projects. Each participant will receive a newly developed checklist for energy retrofits, handouts with case studies, and information on writing energy-efficient window specifications. Lunch and refreshments are included.

Instructors include:
*Stephen L. Kemp, M.A. Sc., P.Eng., Enermodal Engineering
*Joanne McCallum, FRAIC, B.A., M.E. Des. Arch., OAA, McCallum Sather Architects
*Greg Sather, MRAIC, B.Arch., OAA, McCallum Sather Architects
*Chris Schumacher, B.Arch., B.A.Sc., Balanced Solutions
*John Straube, Ph.D., Balanced Solutions, University of Waterloo

Locations and dates across Canada are as follows:
November 4, 2005: Vancouver, BC Morris J. Wosk Centre
November 15, 2005: Winnipeg, MB The Fort Garry Hotel
November 16, 2005: Calgary, AB Round Up Centre & Corral in conjunction with Construct Alberta
November 22, 2005: Ottawa, ON Government Conference Centre
November 23, 2005: Montreal, QC Centre Mont-Royal
November 25, 2005: Halifax, NS Casino Nova Scotia Hotel
November 30, 2005: Toronto, ON Metro Convention Centre in conjunction with Construct Canada

The cost for RAIC members is $315.65, $390.55 for non-members, and $160.50 for students. For residents of NS, NB and NF, costs will be slightly higher.

To register and for more details, including available credits from provincial associations, please visit

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