Managing Green Building Projects

February 8, 2012 at 2:38 am | Posted in Training | Leave a comment
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In 3 February took  place at RoBGC headquarters the “Managing Green Building Projects” course, from the Romania Green Building Professional certification training platform.

The course was focused on best practices for managing successful green building projects.

Arch. Steven BEKERS is now an independent registered Cradle to Cradle™ architect/consultant, Master of Conference at BATir ULB university, vice president of Seco building control, founding member of Local Solutions Development Group ASBL already active in Africa and founding partner of “Lateral Thinking Factory”; supporting projects according to Cradle to Cradle principles with a multidisciplinary network of world experts that include c2c authors Dr. Michael Braungart and Architect William Mc Donough.


In his presentation, arh. Steven Beckers had reached key sustainable construction principles including “Integrated Design” exemplified on his pioneer green thinking, awards wining projects.



During the course was also two interventions regarding Green Office strategy at RoGBC, made by eng. Monica Zarnescu and  the project management for demonstrative projects in progress at RoGBC,  “ecoBiblioteca” and “Greening our Workspace”, made by arch. Luiza Hanc.

In the second part of the course Steve Borncamp,  who is currently leading three exemplary regional green building projects, has introduced the “Prispa” student project which was followed by a brainstorming session regarding “Prispa” student project managing.

Arch. Radu Andone


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