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Indiana Building Green Symposium gains momentum

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What has emerged as the largest local gathering to discuss green building technologies—the Indiana Building Green Symposium—will meet March 10-11 at the Indianapolis Museum of Art.

More than 400 designers, developers and others are expected to attend the fourth annual green building symposium. Discussions focus on both commercial and residential strategies. Booked are more than 45 exhibitors with the latest green building products, said Luke Leising, sustainability director at American Structurepoint Inc., an Indianapolis architecture and engineering firm, and chairman of the U.S. Green Building Council’s Indiana Chapter.

Principal speakers are Toshiko Mori, principal of New York-based Toshiko Mori Architects; Douglas Farr, CEO of Chicago-based Farr Associates Architects and Urban Design; and Pliny Fisk III, co-founder of the Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems, of Austin, Texas.

For more information, visit www.indianabuildinggreen.com.

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