Green Building Network Presents...The Net Zero Effect
With TW Vice President of Business Development, Daniel Coffey
Tuesday February 7th
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
@The Enviro Center
7761 Waterloo Road
Jessup, MD 21045
The Net Zero Energy Residential Test Facility is located at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Maryland. The facility will be used to demonstrate that a typical residence in the Washington D.C. metropolitan area can produce as much energy from renewable resources as it consumes on an annual basis. NIST will use this project to develop and demonstrate.
About Therrien Waddell & Daniel Coffey, VP of Business Development
Therrien Waddell, Inc. has extensive knowledge and experience in green building systems and installations. Therrien Waddell completed one of the first green roof buildings in Montgomery County, Crystal Rock, in Germantown, Maryland.
Daniel Coffey joined the Williamson to TW team in 1992 after holding senior project
management positions for local major real estate developers, general contractors
of all sizes, and specialty drywall and carpentry companies. As Vice President of Business Development, he is the key individual providing leadership and conceptual estimating to staff and customers.
Drinks, appetizers and interesting conversation included. We hope to see you there!
Lease your RSVP by emailing: RSVP@greenbuildinginstitute.org
Leslye, your email at GBI always bounces. Is it better to use the email address above from now on to communicate with you? Lore Rosenthal from Simplicity Matters Earth Institute