Nov. 5-7, San Francisco. The 2005 Summit, "New Markets, New Solutions," is co-sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley, and will be held at the Fairmont Hotel and de Young Museum.
DFC 4th Annual Leadership Summit on Sustainable Design, Nov. 5-7, San Francisco.
The 2005 Summit, "New Markets, New Solutions," is co-sponsored by the University of California, Berkeley, and will be held at the Fairmont Hotel and de Young Museum.
This interactive conference focuses on the challenges of leadership in sustainable design and the power of ideas to create a better future.
The summit, by invitation only, is limited to 100 delegates and is aimed at CEOs and managing partners of the world's leading professional firms/organizations in the architecture, design, engineering, construction, and real estate arenas.
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