ENVIRONMENTAL AND ENERGY ROUNDTABLE
WHEN. October 21, 2020 from 1400-1530
WHERE. Wilmington Convention Center, Rooms 106/107, 515 Nutt Street, Wilmington, NC 28401
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DESCRIPTION. This session will cover the energy and environmental focus of the North Carolina military bases within the context of the $7 billion construction boom taking place. As existing structures are demolished, the bases must landfill the construction and demolition, and then new buildings must be built as energy efficient and sustainable as possible.
- What are the environmental issues associated with that demolition work?
- What construction plans ensure that the new buildings are energy efficient?
The DOD is the largest energy-consuming entity, therefore it is critical for DOD to build its facilities with its energy consumption in mind.
Representatives from Fort Bragg, Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and Marine Corps Air Station Cherry Point, US Army Corps of Engineers Wilmington District and Savannah District are scheduled to attend.