Sustainable Development for Rehab: Does "Green" Mean $$?

May 5, 2010
Trumbull Marriott, Trumbull, CT

Not your "standard" program regarding sustainable development, NAIOP has put together a dynamic panel of experienced industry leaders with first-hand knowledge of how to navigate the complicated process of achieving sustainable development goals.

Using real-life examples, the panelists will cover the pros and cons of building "rehab" under both the "New Construction and Major Renovation" and "Existing Building" standards established by the U.S. Green Building Council under its LEED program and other alternative "Green Building" programs.  The discussion will also take up more stringent energy requirements being imposed by local governments, states, and the federal government, and compliance with new USEPA requirements pertaining to removal of PCBs.

Barry Trilling, Chair, NAIOP Chapter Public Affairs Committee and a partner at Wiggin and Dana, will introduce the panelists


  • Hank Ashforth, Chairman, Ashforth Pacific Inc.
  • Keith Crosby, LEED A.P., Vice President of Construction, ADP Service Group
  • Kevin Miller, Ph.D., President, Fuss & O'Neill EnviroScience, LLC
  • Daniel P. Harazim, AIA, LEEP A.P., The S/L/A/M Collaborative


Scotia Ryer, LEED A.P., Wiggin and Dana