Sustainable Restoration of Historic Buildings

Mark your appointment books and register for this educational event.

Sustainable Restoration of Historic Buildings
: Transforming good old bones into enduring green classics

Tuesday, November 9th, 6-8 PM
SUNY Orange Library
115 South Street
Middletown, NY 10940
(845) 341-4855
(Click here for directions)
(Advance tickets for this event must be purchased through SUNY Orange)
Presented by Walter Sedovic,

Tuesday, November 16th, 6:30-8:30 PM
Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon, NY
(Click here for directions)
Held in a historic building with a new geothermal system!
Presented by Walter Sedovic

Historic buildings represent one of the most sustainable forms of construction, and many of these structures have inherent energy conserving features that are often overlooked. Unique approaches to rehabilitation and restoration are essential in order to preserve historic character and to minimize the potential for unintended consequences that may result from ill-conceived or poorly implemented energy-related upgrades.

To Register:
Ticket prices: $10 for advance sales to Chapter Members and Students, $15 for Members and Students at the door, and $20 for Non-members.
You may purchase tickets in advance on the main page of their calendar. If you intend to purchase tickets at the door please RSVP (HVBranchCoordinator{at} and indicate your date of attendance so they can get a headcount.

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