Wild Onion Tied House, 1111 South Boulevard, Oak Park, IL. Wednesday, October 24, 5:30 to 8:00 p.m.
We all try to balance life cycle cost vs. initial cost on every laboratory project. Join members of the Windy City I2SL Board for a lively discussion about lessons learned from actual projects, including the sustainability factor. Share your experiences and advice while enjoying a fun brewpub atmosphere.
Two AIA credits or Continuing Educational Units available.
5:30 PM: Registration and Happy Hour
6:30 PM: Panel Discussion – Life Cycle Cost Vs. Initial Cost on Laboratory Projects
8:00 PM: Adjourn
Adana Johns, Perkins+Will
Markus Schaufele, Northwestern University
Vy Milunas, UIC
Marvin Kirshenbaum, Argonne National Laboratory
Brian Monahan, BR+A Consulting Engineers
Age Tabion, Vacuubrand
Vishal Singh, Zennove
Julie Higginbotham, Grumman/Butkus Associates
Joe Crosetto, Interactive Building Solutions
I2SL Members and Lab Owners/Users: $25
Non-Members and Non-Owners/Users: $50
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I2SL Windy City Chapter
I2SL Windy City Chapter specializes in training and education, research through international and industry collaboration, and technical assistance to help improve the energy and environmental sustainability of laboratories and related high-technology facilities.
We’ll meet beginning at 5:30 p.m. at Wild Onion Tied House, 1111 South Blvd, in Oak Park. Public transportation options available (CTA Green Line or Metra UP-W Line), as well as convenient parking. Registration includes your choice of one of four tasty pub sandwiches and two drink tickets (beer, wine, cocktail, or soft drink).
The street in front of Wild Onion Tied House is closed to cars. If you are driving to the event, enter the address of the Emerson Garage, 1135 Westgate St. Oak Park, in your GPS and park there. Walk South on Marion St. under the viaduct, go right and you will see the pub about 50 yards down South Blvd.
Walking from the Emerson Garage:
South Blvd. closed to cars but Wild Onion Tied house is a short walk from Marion Street:
Outside view of the Wild Onion Tied House: