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SEA of NC February 24 Lunch & Learn
February 24, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
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This educational session will help the participants improve building project performance by lowering our carbon footprint for a better future. Participants will learn how they can specify lower carbon content concrete and masonry construction and still meet their client’s project performance requirements.
Steve Sunderman is a licensed architect, LEED Accredited Professional with Building Design + Construction Specialty (LEED AP/BD+C), Building Performance Institute (BPI) Analyst and is a certified pervious concrete technician. His many years of diversified architectural experience include extensive design, project management, energy conservation and environmental equity for a wide variety of stakeholders & building types throughout the United States and the Middle East. Since the early 1970’s, he has promoted alternative energy, environmental conservation and equitable facilities design, often focused on utilizing mass construction such as concrete. Most recently he has provided educational seminars on resiliency, high-performance facilities, environmental sustainability & low impact stormwater management.
Kisia Kimmons is a graduate of Alabama A&M University, with a degree in Civil Engineering and spent 14+ Years with Georgia Department of Transportation-Materials and Research Division where she gained lab and field experience with research and testing of various construction materials, such as, soils, aggregates, asphalt, bituminous, cement, and concrete products. Kisia has 12+ years with Roanoke Cement as their Technical Services Manager providing technical support of cement based products for customers.
This is a complimentary program (for members & industry guests) hosted for SEA of NC by our industry friends, Southeast Concrete Masonry Association. (1) PDH is available & AIA credit available.
$0.00 Member Registration
$0.00 Non-Member Registration