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TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2017
Atlantic Wharf, 280 Congress Street, Boston
Registration 11:45 AM | Program & Lunch 12:00 – 1:15 PM

With hurricane season beginning in June and the threat of significant storms are eminent, Boston buildings face risk from sea level rising and storm surges. Join us for our June Roundtable to hear about the projected climate change, risks from these natural disasters and what initiatives are being put in place to help protect Boston buildings.

John Cleveland and Bud Ris from the Green Ribbon Commission will share a summary of the City of Boston’s Climate Ready Report. The report released in December of 2016 focuses on climate projections, vulnerabilities and resiliency initiatives. 

Immediately following their presentation, Mike Gill, Director of Operations at the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston, will moderate a panel of industry professionals to discuss how property owners are preparing to protect their buildings from these storms that could impact critical infrastructure and operations.

John Cleveland, Executive Director, Green Ribbon Commission
Bud Ris, Green Ribbon Commission

Mike Gill
, Director of Operations, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Mark Cozzens, Regional Property Manager, Boston Properties
Dennis O’Brien, Engineering Manager, Able Engineering Services
Steve Wessling, CEO, President, Wessling Architects

Thank you Roundtable Sponsor

 Registration Form 

BOMA Member $40 | BOMA Non-Member $60

Please register by Monday, June 19, 2017 at noon to ensure a printed name badge is provided.
Pre-payment is required. 72 hour cancellation policy applies. No-shows will be charged.

Questions? Please contact Heather Dupont via email or (617) 399-7863.


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