Today we would like to announce that our President/CEO, Rex Hayes, will be speaking at the Landscape Architecture Short Course at the University of Georgia in Athens, GA on February 6th, 2019. Rex will be speaking at 1:00 PM EST until 2:00 PM EST and will be talking about “Designing a Rainwater Harvest System.” The following is an overview of what Rex will be talking about during his presentation:
“Rainwater harvesting systems are the only source of water for thousands of people globally, and the industry growth and development of this utility has grown exponentially beyond the home. This course will provide inspirational tools that promote conversations and open mindedness for more comprehensive rainwater harvesting collection systems. Residential, commercial, and industrial systems are being designed and implemented across the world in many different countries today. The talk will examine the critical role that data, design, materials and supporting technology play in meeting the evolving needs of our environment. This course includes photos, schematics, and designs that will address the role you can play in creating great systems, and the importance of considering environmental impacts at the same time as developing each project. This course will also show you completed projects that illustrate powerful results when rainwater harvesting systems are considered at the early phases of development. By the end of this course, participants will leave inspired by the role they can play in communicating the real importance of conserving our natural resource of water.”
You can register for the entire event here, https://visitathensga.regfox.com/landscape-architecture-short-course. Please note that Online Registration closes on January 30th, 2019.
If you would like more information, please Contact Us and under “Interested In” please select the option “Other – Please Specify Below” and in Additional Comments please write “Landscape Architecture Short Course info request.” Additionally, you can check out The University of Georgia’s News Post about the event here.
We hope you all have a great weekend and we hope to see you there!