Webinar 1 – Lessons in Materials Management - Deconstruction and the Chicago Rebuilding Exchange
Date: Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Time: 2 – 3:00 Eastern; 1:00 - 2:00 PM Central
To Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/450698488 [After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.]
The Delta Institute and their affiliate, the Rebuilding Exchange in Chicago, Illinois help lead the national effort to educate on deconstruction and reuse. The mission of the Rebuilding Exchange is to create a market for reclaimed building materials.
You will hear from Elise Zelechowski, former Executive Director of Rebuilding Exchange, Meegan Czop, Director of Business Development at Rebuilding Exchange and Eve Pytel, Director at Delta Institute.
They will be discussing how the Rebuilding Exchange was started, how it has grown, and lessons learned in the process. Also learn about the broader building materials reuse marketplace and how the market is growing in the Chicago area, resulting in greater demand for deconstruction.
Webinar 2 – Demolition and Deconstruction to Promote a Sustainable Future – An Example in Cincinnati, Ohio
Date: Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Time: 1 – 2:00 Eastern; 12 – 1:00 Central
To Register: https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/345666920 [After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar]
Hearing for Building Value’s very own David Rich and Chris Miday on green demolition and deconstruction. They will be joined by Andrew Reynolds, Environmental Planner with RA Consultants, LLC, for the Metropolitan Sewer District of Greater Cincinnati.
The Hamilton County, Ohio Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) is embarking on one of the largest works projects in the County’s history. Project Groundwork is MSD’s plan for addressing a Federal consent decree and reducing or eliminating sewer overflows into local creeks and rivers.
Building Value is teaming up with US EPA and MSD on the removal of approximately 75 buildings in the corridor where an urban waterway- fed by stormwater that will be separated from nearby combined sewers- will flow when the project is completed in 2018.