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The AIA Seattle Committee On The Environment-COTE is excited to announce the initial What Makes it Green-WMIG 2012 kick-off meeting. In lieu of our monthly COTE meeting we will be congregating on NBBJ’s outside deck, on Wednesday, September 21, from 4-7pm. We will introduce our new WMIG 2012 co-chairs, Eric Anderson from CDI Engineers and Christopher Meek from the Integrated Design Lab. Other agenda items will include the following:
-Brief overview of WMIG 2010
-Review of WMIG’s mission statement and objectives
-Review of WMIG 2012 goals, schedule and committee structure
-Q and A
This is a good opportunity to get re-acquainted with COTE and consider joining the WMIG 2012 sub-committee. The committee will look forward to showcasing and furthering our region’s design leadership in the future of sustainability. We look forward to seeing some new and familiar faces next week. Refreshments and snacks will be provided!
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact one of us:
David Winans-GGLO email@example.com (COTE co-chair)
Cheryl Jacobs-Schacht|Aslani Architects firstname.lastname@example.org (incoming COTE co-chair)
Carl Dominguez-Schacht|Aslani Architects email@example.com (outgoing COTE co-chair)
We would also like to thank Margaret Montgomery, from NBBJ, for allowing us to occupy their deck once again.
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The AIA Seattle Committee On The Environment-COTE is proud to announce the new incoming COTE co-chair, Cheryl Jacobs, from Schacht|Aslani Architects. Cheryl has been instrumental in guiding the 2010-2011 Case Studies that resulted from WMIG 2010, and helped in previous years on the RE-generation speaker series. COTE is looking forward to her enthusiasm and leadership skills. David Winans will continue to serve alongside Cheryl as the ongoing COTE co-chair. They are both looking forward to working with the WMIG co-chairs on WMIG 2012 and guiding the COTE in 2012.
AIA Seattle and COTE would like to thank Carl Dominguez for his volunteer service to COTE. Carl has been an active member with COTE for the past several years including co-chairing WMIG and most recently served as the outgoing COTE co-chair. His enthusiasm and familiar face will be missed.
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