Get a hands on look at some of Knoxville’s most cutting-edge in sustainable and green design on Saturday, May 4, 2013!
This open-house format tour will educate tour goers on systems and designs that make up some of Knoxville’s ‘greenest’ buildings, which are healthier, more durable, use fewer resources and save on operations and maintenance costs.
Tour goers will see up to eight (8) structures in a wide price range and building size in or near Downtown Knoxville. Each stop will have on-site experts plus educational materials on sustainable features, economic savings, and construction details.
Featuring guided tours of:
Scripps Networks Interactive Headquarters (LEED Gold)
UT’s Ayres Hall’s Historic LEED Renovation (LEED Silver)
The Knoxville Transit Center (LEED Silver)
Three Rivers Market (Designed to meet 2010 LEED Retail NC criteria)
Ijams Nature Center Solar Array
Sustainable Future Net Zero Office
The UT Solar Decathlon House
East Town Mall Spectrum Solar Exhibit
The tour is open and FREE to the public (RSVP required) and offers 2 AIA and 2 GBCI credits with paid admission. Once registered, attendees will receive a booklet with information concerning the tours, including a map with directions to each tour location.
COST: Free, $15/$25 for two with CEU
WHEN: May 4, 2013 from 9am-2pm
WHERE: In and around downtown Knoxville, TN
To RSVP for the tour, visit the Green+Go Eventbrite Page or contact USGBC-ET at 865-208-7887 and email@example.com