Managing Sustainability in Multifamily Properties
A Learning and Resource-Sharing Event
When: February 17th, 2017 8:30am-3:00pm
Where: American Book Building
300 Pike Street #400
Cincinnati OH 45202
Limited Free Parking on 3rd street
Event Registration: $15.00 per person
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Learn about regional sustainability issues and the built environment. Hear from local experts on how to better your multi-family footprint, save money, and reduce risk.
Our keynote speaker is Mark Fisher, Senior Director of Facilities, Planning, and Sustainability with the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens. Mark is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati's Civil and Environmental Engineering program and spent the first 11 years of his career working as a project manager for Turner Construction. Many of those years were spent at the Cincinnati Zoo, overseeing the construction of several major exhibits.
In 2006, he joined the Zoo as the Senior Director of Facilities and Planning. In addition to the standard duties of a facilities manager, Mark is also the driving force behind the Zoo's sustainability movement. By implementing the most aggressive green building program in the nation, along with dramatic reductions in natural resource consumption, he has taken the Zoo from an organization that barely recycled to the greenest Zoo in America.
Outside of work, Mark most enjoys scrambling around the mountains of the American West with his wife and three young children