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Lunch and Presentation: 11:30 am - 1:00 pm
October 12, 2016
San Antonio , TX
Location: The Barn Door
Building codes and regulations play an integral role in fostering the progress necessary to realize far-reaching and truly sustainable communities. The latest code improves baseline building requirements and promotes better strategies and practices. Join us to learn more from a regional expert regarding the updates and changes in the most recently adopted energy code.
Michael W. Lackey, PE, LEED AP, CxA, CFM, CCP
Chairman of the Board, San Antonio River Authority
Principal, Lackey de Carvajal Cx
Mike is Principal of Lackey de Carvajal Cx (LCCx), an Energy Efficiency Engineering firm. As a LEED Accredited Professional, Mr. Lackey verifies that complex building systems perform as intended to achieve energy and water efficiency, reduce CO2 emissions and improve indoor air quality. He has an extensive background in the management of commercial, institutional, healthcare and industrial energy related projects, as well as design and construction management of MEP systems.
Mike has served numerous organizations throughout his career including: San Antonio River Authority, San Antonio River Foundation, Institute for Leadership in Capital Projects, IFMA San Antonio Chapter, USGBC, ASHRAE, Building Commissioning Association - Texas Chapter, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Texas Public Radio, SAWS, City Planning Commision, and the American Institute of Architects, COTE Committee.
USGBC South Texas monthly luncheons include networking time, lunch, and valuable insights from thought-leaders and researchers related to sustainability and the building industry in the region.
Participants: USGBC members and non-members are welcome.
Refunds for USGBC ST events will only be given as a result of cancellation by the Region.