Gray on Panel for the 6th Annual U.S.-Japan Green Conference
Bob Moore, Gray Anaheim Office President and CEO, was a panelist at the 6th Annual U.S.–Japan Green Conference: Sustainable Construction on May 17th, 2012 at the Miyako Hybrid Hotel in Torrance, California. The conference was held by the Japan America Society in Southern California and focused on sustainable “green” construction, its trends and the future expectations of green construction. The panelists discussed the green construction processes, technologies, methods, and ideas that are environmentally responsible and resource-efficient throughout a building’s life-cycle.
The Annual U.S.–Japan Green Conference is an official World Trade Week event that brings together professionals from a diverse group of small, medium and large-sized companies, as well as entrepreneurs and government representatives.
Gray is committed to sustainable construction and is ranked nationally among the Top 100 Green Contractors by ENR Magazine (July 2011). Gray has executed the following LEED project accomplishments: first LEED certified facility for Anheuser-Busch; first LEED certified distribution center for CVS; Siemens’ first LEED Gold certified production facility in the U.S.; first LEED Gold new construction/industrial site in the state of Kansas; and the largest LEED certified facility in Georgia. If you have LEED construction needs, please contact Bob Lowry, Senior Vice President, Engineering at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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