Ten Important Reasons YOU Should Attend the 2008 Engineering Green Buildings Conference and Expo!

HPAC Engineering's fifth annual Engineering Green Buildings Conference and Expo (EGB 2008) takes place Oct. 21 and 22 at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Here are ten important reasons why you need to attend.

#10. LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! Las Vegas ranks 11th in the nation in green buildings per capita.

#9. NETWORKING OPPORTUNITIES. Meet and interact with engineers, facility managers, and other building professionals who are also facing the challenges of applying green buildings requirements to mechanical systems design.

#8. LEARN HOW TO IMPLEMENT COST-SAVINGS THROUGH GREEN-BUILDING PRACTICES. Discover the economic impact and gain a thorough understanding of the costs and benefits of going green.

#7. LEARN HOW TO ATTAIN LEED CERTIFICATION. LEED certification is a process with many specifications that require monitoring and reporting. EGB covers the certification process...and more!

#6. SPONSORED PRODUCT DEMONSTRATIONS. Top quality vendors will offer presentations on green topics and green applications for specific products, technology and services.

#5. HANDS-ON PRODUCT INTERACTION. The EGB exhibit area will feature manufacturers eager to explain the green features and applications of their products, services, systems and technologies.

#4. COMMISSIONING GREEN BUILDINGS CONFERENCE & EXPO. The inaugural CxGB Conference & Expo co-locates with EGB 2008 and will offer sessions on the role of commissioning in green building, LEED certification and sustainability.

#3. LEARN FROM THE EXPERTS. Meet Jerry Yudelson, Val Lehr, Thomas Hartman, Larry Spielvogel, Peter D'Antonio, Mark Lentz, Bill Swan and many, many others.

#2. IN-DEPTH GREEN DESIGN TRAINING. Learn how the mechanical systems projects you're currently working on can be designed to meet green-building requirements and help achieve LEED certification.


And the #1 reason you need to attend EGB 2008:

#1. YOU NEED TO BE GREEN TO GROW! If you want to compete for work in major cities and for most federal, state, and local government building projects, you need to know how to be green. EGB offers a tremendous opportunity to gain critical green building and LEED implementation knowledge you can apply immediately to current projects — critical training for buildings professionals who need to know what green buildings are all about and how to participate on green projects.

For complete details on sessions, speakers and exhibitors – and to register online – visit www.egbconference.com.