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Sustainability vs. Historic Preservation with Andrew Liles AIA LEED AP BD+C

September 19, 2013

When: Thursday Sept 19th, 5:00 PM

Where: LSU College of Art and Design Auditorium; Room 103

In a world where we fight for the right to healthy work atmospheres and high performance buildings, there is also the world where we strive to consider the amount of new materials we use, the amount of materials we send to landfills, and to preserve culture through historic building architecture.

Join Tulane Professor and USGBC Louisiana Board member Andrew Liles as he discussed this complex dichotomy and proposes how we can find a balance between the two worlds.