NFRC Meeting in Arizona
The Fall 2013 NFRC Membership Meeting will take place in Tempe, Ariz., on September 23-25 at the Tempe Mission Palms. In preparation for this meeting, a number of ballots were prepared and are open for member comment. As preparation time for the meeting winds down, several important deadlines are approaching.
Important Meeting Reminders:
- Hotel: NFRC's meeting hotel has rooms available at a discounted rate for NFRC meeting attendees through Wednesday, August 28. Reserve your room today online or by calling 800-547-8705 (ask for NFRC group rate - $159). Room quantities are limited. Get in under the deadline to receive the NFRC discount.
- Ballots: There are seven document ballots available for download from the NFRC Web site for member comment. The deadline to get your vote/comments to NFRC is Thursday, August 29, 2013. If you have any questions or challenges with the ballot submittal process, please contact NFRC's meetings department.
- Registration: Deadline to register for the Fall Membership Meeting is next Thursday, September 5, 2013. Registration is required and is available on the NFRC website. Please contact NFRC's Meetings Manager, Cheryl Gendron for more information.
The National Fenestration Rating Council will offer a tour in Tempe the evening of September 24.
NFRC attendees are invited to discover and explore some of the exciting sustainability initiatives and projects located in and around Arizona State University. This walking tour will take us by ASU’s LEED Platinum certified (plus other LEED certified) buildings, solar installations, and a variety of examples that comprise the integrated, university-wide approach to sustainability at ASU.
This walking tour will be led by Nicholas R. Brown, Ph.D. the campus director of University Sustainability Practices, Global Institute of Sustainability. His expertise lies in institutional sustainability; greenhouse gas emissions management; energy conservation; renewable energy; natural resources management; biodiversity conservation and he hopes to “refenestrate” the ASU campus and looks forward to meeting the expert fenestrators actively involved in NFRC.