Webcast: Big Box Retail Goes Sustainable


Originally recorded June 2005
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On July 19th, Wal-Mart Consulting-Specifying Engineer will be there for the ribbon cutting. We're going to gather the key players — from the design firms to the owner representatives — after the ribbon cutting for a discussion of the key elements involved in designing this one-of-a-kind building. Chief Editor, Jim Crockett, will guide the panel through a discussion of the sustainable mechanical, electrical, and plumbing design elements specifically implemented in this project, and how these elements were integrated into the building's HVAC, building

You'll come away from the program with:

  • First-hand knowledge of the sustainable technologies that can be implemented in big box retail buildings

  • How this one-of-a-kind building impacts the future of big box retail facilities

  • The drivers that are affecting design decisions in the big box retail sector, including the reuse and retrofit of existing big box retail facilities

It will seem as it you were right there at the ribbon cutting.


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