Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The Greening of Hampton Roads
Virginia isn’t just going green, it’s the greenest! The Commonwealth saw the construction of more green buildings per capita in 2012 than any other state in the nation. One of the largest sources of local green-construction is government and military instillations. Today HearSay host Cathy Lewis speaks with members of the green building community and sustainability experts from across Virginia, and the nation, about the importance of incorporating green technologies into the construction and renovation of our region's government and civilian structures.
Rob Berz – Principal at RRMM Architects, Chair, Hampton Roads Green Building Council’s Board of Directors
Henry Green – President and CEO, National Institute of Building Sciences
Cathy Mangum – Director, NASA Langley Research Center's Center Operations Directorate
Bill Mooney – Sustainability Manager, Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility
Dale Feltes - Director of Design and Construction, Old Dominion University