About the Program
This brief educational session will:
- Demonstrate the financial impact on your rate of return when using sustainable real estate concepts in your existing
building or new construction plans.
- Explain sustainable design ideas and strategies that work in today's economic landscape.
- Discuss solutions to legal issues that arise when doing business in sustainable real estate, especially relating to leases,
contracts and the LEED certification process. Keynote Speakers:
, CCIM, Director, Lewis White Real Estate Center in the Bloch School at UMKC, will present thorough financial analysis of the impact on your yield by utilizing a variety of green concepts in your next building. He will be using “state of the art” real estate financial analysis software with a range of variables demonstrating the cost versus the financial benefit of “going green.” Hans Nettelblad
, AIA LEED® AP, an architect with BNIM, will discuss sustainable design and “green retrofit” strategies available for building developers, owners, and operators, along with life-cycle benefits of a green facility. Curtis Petersen
, J.D. LEED® AP, an attorney with Polsinelli Shughart PC, will discuss the specialized legal services necessary to support sustainable development with specific emphasis on green leasing. Moderated by:
, J.D., a real estate attorney with Polsinelli Shughart PC, will moderate the program and provide an overview of current issues and trends. Michael A. Campbell
, J.D., an attorney in the Polsinelli Shughart St. Louis office concentrating in loan enforcement in the financial services area of real estate law. James A. Fredericks
, J.D., an attorney in the Polsinelli Shughart St. Louis office who concentrates in real estate and business law.
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Friday, February 26, 2010
7:30 a.m. - 9:00 a.m.
Pierre Laclede Center
7733 Forsyth Boulevard
Room A (2nd Floor)
Clayton, MO 63105 To RSVP:
The courtesy of your response is requested by Friday, February 19, 2010 to email@example.com.
For more information, contact Lindsay Tiehen at 816.218.1227.