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Advanced Concepts for Sustainable Materials of Tomorrow


Date/  Monday, April 22nd
Time/ 1pm - 2pm
Location/  McGannon Showrooms, 
1617 Hi Line Dr, Ste. 700
Credit/ 1 sustainability CEPH

This course outlines forward-thinking sustainable manufacturing concepts such as Dematerialization, Bio-Based, Waste Based, and Digitized Materials. It will also present how materials impact humans in the built environment and with an overview of materials transparency.  Don't miss this course that will inspire you to "sell" sustainability to your clients professionally and compassionately.

Stacy van Genderen

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Eric Corey Freed
Principal, CannonDesign

Stacy van Genderen and her husband Bas are committed to creating a better world by bringing Duracryl’s Carbon Negative floor covering products to the market in the U.S..  Stacy is passionate about helping their clients learn what something as simple as flooring can do for the carbon footprint of their companies.

Leaning on her background in theatre, Stacy has a knack for bringing the audience close to her heart. She truly believes that as humans we are individuals in every fiber of our being as are the elements used in the building and design industry. Wise choices are essential to bringing these “fibers” to healthy fruition. She believes in the sustainability of both a healthy world that we can leave to the generations that come after us as well as raising little humans with the same sustainable mindset.

Eric Corey Freed is an award-winning architect, author, and global speaker. As Principal and Director of Sustainability for CannonDesign, he leads the healthcare, education, and commercial teams toward low-carbon, healthy, regenerative buildings for over 30 million square feet a year. For two decades, he was Founding Principal of organicARCHITECT, a visionary design leader in biophilic and regenerative design.

His past roles include Vice President of the International Living Future Institute and Chief Community Officer of EcoDistricts, both nonprofits pushing innovative new paradigms for deep green buildings and communities. He serves on the board of Design Museum Everywhere, whose mission is to “bring the transformative power of design to all.”

Eric is the author of 12 books, including "Green Building & Remodeling for Dummies” and "Circular Economy for Dummies." In 2012, he was named one of the 25 "Best Green Architecture Firms" in the US, and one of the "Top 10 Most Influential Green Architects." In 2017, he was named one of Build's American Architecture Top 25. He holds a prestigious LEED Fellow award from the US Green Building Council.

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