NewYork Upstate Chapter
Please join us for our May presentation:
Concrete Masonry's Contribution to Sustainable Building Projects
Program Number NYSBP1
Presented by: Nicholas F. Carparelli
Executive Director NYS Concrete Masonry Association
This presentation will highlight the sustainable attributes of concrete masonry products. The presentation will identify credits in LEED® 2009 where masonry products can potentially contribute towards the required point total for certification.
Participants will learn about concrete masonry’s role in improving indoor air quality with respect towards resistance to mold growth, and elimination of volatile organic compounds for the life of the building. The audience will also better understand masonry’s contribution towards fire safety, improved acoustics, energy efficiency, and safety and security in public buildings.
1. Recognize concrete masonry’s inherent sustainable qualities
2. Understand how concrete masonry helps prevent the growth of mold
3. Learn how concrete masonry products can contribute to sustainable building projects in LEED® 2009
This program is registered with AIACES; attendees will earn 1 HSW SD credit. It is also approved by USGBC for 1 GBCI CE Hour
Thursday, June 28, 2012
8:00 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
Continental Breakfast Included
RIT CIMS/Louise Slaughter Hall Room 2220
25 Lomb Memorial Drive
Rochester, NY 14623-5608
$15 for Members; $25 for Non-members; $5 Students Price at the door price is the same. Register via the link to the left. You will need to log-in with your email address and create a profile if you have not already done so. You must use the email address associated with your Chapter membership account in order to receive the member's rate for registration.
About the Presenter:
Nicholas F. Carparelli is the Executive Director of the NYS Concrete Masonry Association and a LEED Green Associate. Since his appointment to this position in 2003, Nick has been responsible for facilitating the development and implementation of programs intended to assist design professionals with the use of concrete masonry in various construction applications throughout New York State. Nick is a life-long resident of the Mohawk Valley, and has been married to his wife Carol for 36 years.
Prior to assuming the directorship at the NYSCMA, Nick served as Director of Paving Services for Central NY for the American Concrete Pavement Association, Northeast Chapter. Nick has been involved in the construction and building products industry for his entire career, beginning with his family’s block, ready-mix and building supply business in 1971. Over several years with the family business, Nick gained first-hand experience in the manufacturing of concrete masonry units and the production of ready-mix concrete, as well as an overall knowledge of several other cement-related building materials.
Thank you to our sponsor:
NYS Concrete Masonry Association