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Wednesday, May 11 • 1:00pm - 5:00pm
The Water Cycle of Buildings: Net Positive Water and the Living Building Challenge Workshop
REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN: http://www.livingfutureunconference.org/register/
Both conference (additional fees apply) and non-conference attendees may register for this workshop. Need help adding it onto your existing registration? Contact us at LF@living-future.org


PRICING
Early Bird (through 4/26): $125 Members / $200 Non-Members
Beginning 4/27: $150 Members / $225 Non-Members
Want to attend two workshops? Get $50 off the total if you register for two! Enter the code DOUBLE on check out to get the discount!

LOCATION: Westin Seattle (Room: Cascade 2)

The Living Building Challenge Water Petal is intended to herald in a new age of design, where water is treated as the precious resource that it is, and nothing is left to waste. This workshop will take a look at the components of the Living Building Challenge, with a deep focus on the requirements of the Water Petal. Participants will develop an understanding of why water is such a critical issue in the built environment and the positive impact professionals can have through conservation, reuse, and on-site capture and treatment. Participants will walk step by step through the issues, considerations, and strategies for creating a closed loop water system on-site. They will see examples of how Net Positive Water has been achieved across of a diversity of building types and scales. This workshop will also include a discussion of issues and solutions related to water policy and what is needed next to make it easier for project teams and policy makers alike to support integrated water management. 

This workshop is pre-approved for 4 CE's with AIA, GBCI and LFA. 

Speakers
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Allison Capen

Living Building Challenge Technical Director, International Living Future Institute
Allison Capen, AIA, LEED BD+C, is a Technical Director for the Living Building Challenge at the International Living Future Institute in Seattle where she oversees Certification and technical consistency. She is a licensed architect and has been actively involved in the green building movement in the northwest for the last 15 years, working on environmentally focused projects as a designer, a LEED reviewer, a sustainability consultant... Read More →


Wednesday May 11, 2016 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Westin: Cascade 2