See You @Greenbuild 2012: Nov. 14-16 in San Francisco

Greenbuild 2012, the world’s largest green building conference, is coming to San Francisco Nov. 14-16.

This year’s social media focus brings together technology and sustainability to advance the green movement. You can follow HOK’s activities on Twitter at @HOKNetwork. Be sure to also check out Greenbuild’s official Twitter feed – @Greenbuild – and conversation at #Greenbuild.

HOK’s sustainable design experts will be busy at Greenbuild, speaking at the conference and other related events. Read more below and visit the Greenbuild website to learn more about the conference and expo.


Project Haiti

Greenbuild sessions:

Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1 p.m.
Green Building Gets Social: Sustainability and Social Media
HOK’s Jodi Williams with Ron Reeves of Herman Miller and Hal Myers of CBRE
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Wednesday, Nov. 14, 3 p.m.
Project Haiti: A Sustainable Model for Rebuilding in Haiti
HOK’s Thomas Knittel with Roger Limoges of USGBC and Gina Duncan of Fondation Enfant Jesus
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Thursday, Nov. 15, 8 a.m.
Integrating Environmental Analysis into a BIM Workflow
HOK’s Amy Patel and Joyce Chan with Paul Stoller of Atelier Ten US
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The Old Mint

Pre-Greenbuild events:

Monday, Nov. 12, 3:35 p.m.
Green City 2012 (Greenbuild French delegation event)
HOK’s Mara Baum on water efficiency
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Tuesday, Nov. 13, 1 p.m.
Architecture for Humanity’s Design Like You Give a Damn: LIVE!
HOK’s Thomas Knittel on Project Haiti
HOK events | Event website

Tuesday, Nov. 13, 2:20 p.m.
EPA Green Historic Preservation Initiative West Coast Symposium
HOK’s Paul Woolford and Zorana Bosnic on San Francisco’s Old Mint
HOK events | Event website

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