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22 Mar 2017
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How Construction Affects Sustainability Efforts

Sustainability Seminar Series

The Sustainability Seminar Series continues both onsite and online via a Blackboard Collaborate webinar on Wednesday, March 22 with How Construction Affects Sustainability Efforts with Maggie Sciubba, Knowledge Resource, LLC.

Maggie Sciubba, LEED AP is the owner of a sustainability consulting firm, Knowledge Resource, LLC that works with design teams, general contractors and their subcontractors. They are a small firm, but believe in complete project involvement from beginning to end to ensure the goal is a sustainable and healthy one. Ms. Sciubba studied to be an attorney until she got a position working for a woodworking firm and fell in love with construction. Her introduction to sustainability occurred while at the woodworking firm which was awarded a project that went on to be the first LEED certified project in New York City, the Hearst Building. At that point she knew that the synergy of construction and sustainability had to happen and she wanted to be part of the movement. Ms. Sciubba received her B.A. at Pace University.

The Sustainability Seminar Series is organized by the master of science program in Sustainability Management and sponsored by the Center for Environmental Systems and the Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering (CEOE). This seminar is also available online through Blackboard Collaborate. 

Blackboard Collaborate Webinar

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