A panel discussion featuring Jim Pocock, LEED AP BD+C, Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, USAF Academy
Dana Kose, LEED AP BD+C and LEED Faculty, The Weidt Group, Denver
Zachary Collins, PE, LEED AP BD+C, District Engineer, Woodmoor Water & Sanitation District No. 1
Dr. Jim Pocock is a professor of civil engineering at the U.S. Air Force Academy, where he teaches architectural design and construction management. He also taught the Academy’s first Sustainable Design course last year. He is a registered architect and LEED AP.
Dana Kose has been working in the field of construction for 13 years. A program manager at The Weidt Group since 2009, she establishes collaborations with architects and engineers to meet sustainable design objectives and manages the comparative analysis consulting to help design teams understand the energy and environmental implications of various design options. She is a past chair of the USGBC-Colorado Chapter, co-chair of USGBC's West Region Council, as well as a member of the USGBC Chapter Steering Committee and Education Steering Committee.
Zachary Collins has over 10 years experience in engineering, sustainability, and construction related to buildings and infrastructure. Zach's main goal with USGBC is to help develop and construct LEED certified schools, homes, and neighborhoods in the Pikes Peak Region, and he is also developing a sustainability program for his Water and Sanita-tion District, which includes LEED certification of District facilities.
FREE to all USGBC Colorado Members / Non-members $15
RSVP for the program at
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
4:00 to 5:30 pm
25 West Cimarron Street in Colorado Springs, Colorado