BOMA San Francisco Members:
Consider attending the CitiesAlive Green Roof and Wall Conference in San Francisco this October for the and explore the many links between the roofs and walls of cities and the role they play in creating urban resilience.
You’ll meet the professionals and policymakers who have designed and are implementing the greenest building code in North America, and discuss San Francisco's progressive stormwater ordinance which is driving the design and implementation of green walls and rooftops across the region.
At the industry trade show, discover the newest green roof and wall products and services in this rapidly expanding marketplace. The CitiesAlive exhibition hall features a product presentation stage with new project developments and the integration of technologies to promote aspects of urban resilience related to food, energy and water. Click here to download a free trade show pass.
There will be over 100 expert speakers at the CitiesAlive conference. Don’t miss a dynamic panel discussion about the Transbay Transit Center development featuring Adam Greenspan (PWP Landscape Architecture), Brian Ballerini, (Arup) and Randolph J. Volenec (Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects) on Wednesday October 23rd at 5 pm.
Thursday morning Oct 24th, Eric Corey Freed (organicARCHITECT) shares his unique approach to developing living, regenerative buildings, and conducts an interactive panel and workshop on developing and supporting the role of the design profession in community resiliency planning, featuring Peter Busby (Perkins+Will), Christine Webber (DIRTT), Jeff Joslin, director of current planning at the San Francisco Planning Department and other thought leaders.
Register online at or call 416-971-4494 x 228.
GRHC is an approved education provider for LA CES, GBCI, AIA CES, BOMI, CNLA, APLD, AICP, CCA and RCI. Earn up to 16 CEU’s at CitiesAlive.