October 8, 2012


KENSINGTON, CT – The Connecticut Building Congress will begin it’s program calendar with a focus on alternative energy and sustainability. Experience the first Net-Zero Energy facility of its kind at a secondary school in the U.S. and learn about Choate’s holistic approach to sustainability.

Key members of the project team and owner will be part of an active panel discussion about this first-of-its-kind project.

Owner: David Terrel, Associate Director of Facilities, Choate Rosemary Hall
Architect: A representative of Robert A.M. Stern Architects
Construction Manager: Lisa Cenotti, Shawmut Design and Construction, Inc.
MEP: Peter Beltz, P.E., Kohler-Ronnan, Inc.
Installer: Richard Daugirda, RGS Energy, Inc.
Moderator: Dave Bobrowski, Interstate Electrical Services, Inc.

Event Details:
Tuesday October 16, 2012
5:30pm – 6:30pm Registration/Networking
6:30pm – 8:30pm Dinner and Program

The Cascade
480 Sherman Avenue
Hamden, CT 06514

Registration and sponsorship opportunities are available on the CBC website (www.cbc-ct.org).

The Connecticut Building Congress celebrates its 60th year of connecting Connecticut’s building professionals.

For Immediate Release – October 8, 2012
Contact: Rich Bergan
Marketing Chair
Connecticut Building Congress

Theresa Casey, FSMPS, CPSM
Executive Director
Connecticut Building Congress