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Target 2030: Meeting Goals and Verifying 2030 Strategies

February 21, 2017 @ 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Target 2030 Series

Tour – Tower at PNC Plaza – 300 5th Ave, Pittsburgh PA
4:15 p.m. – Check in at the lobby. Bring ID. Space is limited to 25.
4:30 p.m. – Tour begins.

5:30 p.m. – Lecture at Michael Baker International – BNY Mellon – 500 Grant Street, Suite 5400, Pittsburgh (located on the corner of 5th Ave and Grant Street)
-When you enter the BNY Lobby, proceed up the escalator and to the security desks. Choose the 500 Grant Street Receptionist desk, which is identified by signage on the left side of the lobby security desk. Please have a picture ID on you. After you check in with security, go to the elevator area that includes the 54th floor. Once on 54, push the intercom button and you will be let in.

Presented by: Greg LaForest, AIA, Gensler and Jeremy Snyder, BuroHappold Engineering. Mike Gilmore of PNC will lead the Tour.

The so-called “greenest skyscraper in the world,” PNC Tower will be described by the architect and engineer involved from its outset, as well as the actual client. See and learn what makes this project exemplary, what is pioneering and what the team would do differently next time. Join us for this unique and highly sought tour of a noteworthy project and international destination.


  1. Set energy and passive design performance targets early to influence design objectives.
  2. Confirm and validate sustainability goals through through the design process and into operations.
  3. Understand the importance of project benchmarking in tracking building performance and in justifying the implementation of integrated sustainability strategies.
  4. Recognize completed integrated systems by touring a prominent highly sustainable building and hear from the building operators about the actual building performance.

RSVP by Feb. 17th. Register today!

Members: $100 per Session
Non-Members: $140 per Session


February 21, 2017
4:30 pm - 8:30 pm
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