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Performance Measures for Downtown Development Plus Local & Regional Mobility

The Pittsburgh Cultural Trust, a civic educational, entertainment, and economic powerhouse for over three decades, hosted Pittsburgh 2030 District Partners for the January Partner Meeting. Trust employees shared their principles for the development of the 8th Street block as they continue to lead the transformation of Downtown’s Cultural District. Attendees also got a sneak peek […]

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Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report Reception

You are cordially invited to the much anticipated unveiling of the Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report for 2015.

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Green Building Alliance is pleased to announce the details from the 2015 Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report at a special reception on Thursday, April 28th from 4-6:30 PM at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center in the Allegheny Overlook. This event will showcase progress in both Downtown and Oakland towards achieving the 2030 District’s aggressive energy, water, and transportation emission reduction goals.

Beer, wine, and light appetizers will be served at 4 PM, followed by a Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report presentation and comments from County Executive Rich Fitzgerald at 5 PM. Councilman Daniel Gilman and other special guests will be in attendance. Please register by April 19th.


The Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report Reception is sponsored by:
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The Pittsburgh 2030 District is sponsored by:

The Efficiency Network (TEN), Covestro,

Stantec, and GE Lighting/Scott Electric

The Pittsburgh 2030 District is generously supported by:
The Kresge Foundation, The Heinz Endowments,
The Richard King Mellon Foundation and The Pittsburgh Foundation

Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meetings in Downtown are sponsored by:
evolveEA, Jendoco Construction, Pittsburgh Air Systems,
St. Moritz Building Services,
and WESCO

Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meetings in Oakland are sponsored by:
Mascaro Construction, Trane, Urban Redevelopment Authority
of Pittsburgh,
and WGL Energy

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Pittsburgh 2030 District Recognized with International Downtown Association Award

Touted for building a healthier, higher performing downtown, Pittsburgh on top again. The Pittsburgh 2030 District, a strategic initiative of the Green Building Alliance, today received a prestigious award from the International Downtown Association for its work to significantly reduce energy consumption, water use and transportation emissions in Downtown Pittsburgh and Oakland. The “Downtown Merit Award” […]

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Pittsburgh 2030 District – 2014 Progress Report Reception and Celebration

You are cordially invited to join GBA as we unveil the 2014 Pittsburgh 2030 Districts

Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report for Downtown and Oakland.

 

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Green Building Alliance is pleased to announce the details from the 2014 Pittsburgh 2030 District Progress Report at a special reception on Wednesday, April 29th at PPG Place’s Wintergarden. This event will showcase progress in both Downtown and Oakland towards achieving the 2030 District’s aggressive energy and water efficiency goals.

Beer, wine, and light appetizers will be served at 4 p.m., followed by a formal presentation by the Pittsburgh 2030 District, County Executive Rich Fitzgerald, Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto, and other special guests at 5 p.m. Please register by April 20th.


The Pittsburgh 2030 District is sponsored by:

The Efficiency Network, ECB Network Powered by Bayer,
Stantec and GE Lighting/Scott Electric

Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meetings in Downtown are sponsored by:

evolveEAJendoco ConstructionPittsburgh Air SystemsSt. Moritz Building Services and WESCO

Pittsburgh 2030 District Partner Meetings in Oakland are sponsored by:

Colliers International, Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh, Mascaro Construction and WGL Energy

The Pittsburgh 2030 District is generously supported by:

The Kresge Foundation, The Heinz Endowments,
The Richard King Mellon Foundation and The Pittsburgh Foundation

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2030 Water Baseline Breakfast Briefing

Join Green Building Alliance for a Breakfast Briefing on the 2030 District Water Baseline and earn a CEU or two!

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EXPERIENCE

Curious about how committed buildings in Pittsburgh’s 2030 District will achieve 50% water reduction by 2030? Come hear GBA’s own Isaac Smith detail the process by which the first Pittsburgh 2030 District: Downtown water baseline came to be. Learn how historic, local water use data was aggregated in partnership with PWSA to develop individual water baselines for 12 building use types in the Pittsburgh 2030 District: Downtown.  Using this local benchmark, 2030 District committed buildings can begin measuring and tracking water consumption with comparison to average water use of similar buildings. This presentation will provide a look at the technical back-end considerations that led to the Downtown baseline.

We’ll have bagels, coffee, tea, and juice waiting for you!

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  1. Develop an understanding of the Pittsburgh 2030 District: Downtown water baseline and the methodology behind its creation.
  2. Learn about individual water baselines for specific building types.
  3. Understand the potential for the Pittsburgh 2030 District Partners to reduce water consumption.
  4. Learn how the Pittsburgh 2030 District: Downtown baseline development process compares to that of other 2030 Districts.

 

isaac_smithIsaac Smith creates Pittsburgh 2030 District-specific resources, case studies, and communications that advance the pursuit of the 2030 Challenge’s energy, water, transportation, and indoor air quality goals.  He supports program operations, tracks District property goals, and is developing an annual District report.

 

 

GBCI CMP AIA logo  This event is approved for 1.5 GBCI CEUs and 1.5 AIA HSW credits.

Partnering with USGBC and AIA, GBA makes it easy for our members to report continuing education credits. Please provide your GBCI and/or AIA number so we can auto-report your credits (for applicable events).  Non-members can still earn continuing education credits but will need to self-report their GBCI CEUs.

2030 District Partners, please register as a “Member of a Partner Organization”.

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