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Net-Zero Energy, LEED-Platinum Certified Office Building Tour
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Net-Zero Energy, LEED-Platinum Certified Office Building Tour

PLEASE JOIN US FOR A BUILDING TOUR. Mr. Neyman will lead students through the Packard Foundation's net-zero energy, LEED-platinum certified headquarters, discussing the design, build and operations of the building. RSVP DEADLINE: 10/25/2017

When: 11/2/2017
4 pm - 5:30 pm
Where: The David and Lucille Packard Foundation
343 Second Street
Los Altos, California  94022
United States
Contact: Chris Burnham

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Limited to 15 participants


Presented by


Vice President and 

Chief Financial Officer
David and Lucille Packard Foundation


Craig Neyman is Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, and oversaw the construction of the Packard Foundation's net-zero energy, LEED platinum certified headquarters. Formerly, he served as Vice President and Chief Investment Officer for The Nature Conservancy, where he had worked for over 14 years. Craig also served as Chief Financial Officer for the Marguerite Casey Foundation, an organization dedicated to the needs of low income people. Craig is a graduate of Wharton Business School as well as the University of Oregon. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA), had attained the Certified Investment Management Analyst-SM (CIMA®) designation and had been admitted to the Oregon State Bar. 








1. Understand how an office building of 49,000 square feet can achieve net-zero energy use, including key equipment, materials, design choices, landscaping, and ongoing operations.


2. Understand the materials selected and how they help the building achieve LEED-platinum certification.


3. Understand how the building’s location affects the ability to achieve both net-zero energy and LAAD-platinum certification.


4. Understand how the Foundation’s values and culture impacted the design and layout of the building (neighborhoods, common spaces, flex offices, etc.). 




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