The U.S. Green Building Council - Redwood Empire Chapter comes to Napa for a mixer hosted by Napa County Landmarks and Napa Valley Architects Exchange on Wednesday, June 20th from 5:30-7:30pm. Open to the public, this summit of the region's architects and design advocates seeks greater collaboration among these organizations and with the community at large.
The USGBC will present an address by past chapter president Claudia Cleaver on advocacy, and a report on their national activities by Stephen Bushnell.
Stephen Cuddy, chair of Napa County Landmarks, will present his experiences in leading the renovation and reuse of the historic Hatt Building/Napa Mill complex, now the Napa River Inn. The brick complex built in 1884 for Captain Albert Hatt as a bonded warehouse was the nexus of Napa's early agri-commercial ascendancy and included a wharf, meeting hall, skating rink and library. The Keig family acquired the complex in 1912 with the expansion of milling operations. It is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
This unprecedented event will be held at the Goodman Library Building, a fine example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture. Located at 1219 First Street, it houses Napa County Landmarks and the Napa County Historical Society.
Admission is $20 / $15 if prepaid via USGBC. Member and student discounts are available.
Napa County Landmarks: 707-255-1836 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Napa Valley Architects Exchange: 707-258-0288 or email@example.com
USGBC-Redwood Empire: 707-664-6250 or firstname.lastname@example.org