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Thursday, May 12 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
EWU Sustainability Center: Re-Connecting Rural Communities to Their Habitat, History & Food Web
Track: Case Studies

EWU’s new Natural and Environmental Science Testing and Teaching Center (NESTT), aiming to be one of the first Public Institutions in the Northwest to target the Living Building Challenge, is striving to reconnect the emergent generations of the surrounding rural community with their roots. With building and site as a dynamic, living interpretive and teaching tool, the Center delivers actionable, accessible answers to questions such as ‘where does my food come from’? Join us in this interactive session as we explore these notions and push the boundaries of how we perceive our own environment and communities around us.

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Brian Court

Partner, Miller|Hull
A partner with The Miller Hull Partnership, architect Brian Court's award-winning body of work includes challenging design opportunities in the single and multi-family residential, urban infill, higher education and waterfront arenas. Brian led the design of the Bullitt Center--one... Read More →
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Jim Dugan

Group Manager, Parametrix
Jim has more than 37 years of experience managing the development projects in public and private, domestic and international markets. Jim is skilled at long range strategic planning and scheduling, budget forecasting and compliance to plan, public speaking/presentations and collaboration... Read More →
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Mark Sindell

Principal, GGLO
Mark is a Landscape Architect with 20 years of experience focusing on blurring the lines between the built and natural environment, bringing place and community to the forefront of projects from their early inception. His approach, applied to a myriad of markets – campus environments... Read More →
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Stacy Smedley

Co-Founder of The SEED Collaborative & Director of Sustainability, Skanska USA Building
Stacy’s resume includes the first LEED for Homes Platinum certified project in Washington as well as the first Living Building 2.0 certified project. Stacy is a preconstruction manager and sustainable initiatives lead at Skanska, and co-founded the SEED Collaborative, creating environmentally... Read More →

Thursday May 12, 2016 1:30pm - 3:00pm PDT
Westin: Ballroom 1