June 24, 2009, San Diego, CA - Real estate development and construction is grinding to a halt. A growing number of companies are shifting their building facilities and portfolio focus to sustainable retrofits as the most viable cost saving and revenue enhancing option. To indentify tactical ways to capitalize on this evolving market, industry executives must implement a new real estate strategy surrounding sustainability that clarifies how to assess and value the residential and commercial buildings sectors.
The Sustainable Buildings Series: Retrofits, hosted by the Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI), scheduled for October 20-22, 2009 in San Francisco will provide a blueprint for navigating this sector and implementing sustainable building retrofits strategies.
Program topics include: Retro Commissioning; Financing & Investment in Sustainable Retrofits; LEED Certification Update; Lowering Energy Costs; Marketing Sustainable Buildings; Green Insurance, Lending and Leasing; Redevelopment & Urban Planning.
Confirmed participating companies include: BuildingWise, Cushman & Wakfield, Enovity, Evolution Partners, FX Fowle, New Resource Bank, P G & E and many more.
Four separately bookable workshops: Intelligent & Net Zero Buildings; Green REITs, Advanced Energy Efficient Retrofits, Venture Capital Investment in Sustainable Retrofits
For more information or to register for the event, go to http://www.sustainablebuildingsseries.com/
888.409.4418, ex. 2
About Global Strategic Management Institute
The Global Strategic Management Institute (GSMI) http://www.gsmiweb.com/ is one of today's premier executive level conference companies. The firm develops forums, exhibitions and leadership trainings for the world's leading business decision-makers in many areas including corporate social responsibility, compliance, marketing/branding, performance, quality and risk management, sustainable strategies, buildings a real estate development