The GAHC’s ultimate goal is to improve the lives of low-income families in the San Francisco Bay Area by increasing the supply of healthy and energy efficient affordable housing.
A joint project of Build It Green and the Bay Area Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC), the Green Affordable Housing Coalition, or GAHC
, provides green building education, outreach, and policy advocacy to the Bay Area’s affordable housing industry.
This Building Code is changing the way California designs, builds, and operates buildings.
Are you prepared to implement the new requirements as they roll out over the next several years?
The first phase of CALGreen’s rigorous new building code came into effect in January 2011, and subsequent phases have, and will become mandatory through 2014.
This Code requires all new buildings in the state to be more energy efficient and environmentally responsible. And, it applies to all new building design, construction, and retrofits. Understanding how CALGreen building code will affect any multifamily project now and in the future is important for all developers, architects, project managers, operations staff, and those who work with them.
Join us for lunch and an informative presentation on CALGreen Building Code and how its upcoming changes will affect your planning, projects, and operations now, through 2014, and beyond.