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  • Dayana Salazar
    May 8, Brown Bag Lunch Series: Green Materials by John Hermannsson, Architect Room opens at 11:30. Program starts promptly at Noon! Presentation: 12:00 * 1:00
    Message 1 of 1 , May 7, 2002
      May 8, Brown Bag Lunch Series:
      Green Materials by John Hermannsson, Architect

      Room opens at 11:30. Program starts promptly at Noon!
      Presentation: 12:00 * 1:00
      Room 101, 455 County Center, Redwood City. (directions at end of
      email)
      RSVPs are not necessary. For more info, call the RecycleWorks hotline at

      1-888-442-2666.

      John is the author of the Green Building Resource Guide, and our local
      green
      materials guru. Come hear about the latest in green building materials,
      find
      out where they are available, see the wonderful array of samples he will

      bring, and ask him your toughest questions.

      John Hermannsson is an architect, a member of the American Institute of
      Architects and president of The Architectural Machine, in Redwood City,
      California. He has practiced architecture in both the United States and
      Scandinavia, and holds Bachelors degrees in both Architecture and
      Mechanical
      Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and a Master
      of
      Architecture from the University of Oregon. He was the first Solar
      Energy
      Specialist for the State of Oregon, and has been in independent practice
      as
      an architect and building energy consultant in California for nineteen
      years.

      Directions to County Center in Redwood City
      Bring Quarters for Parking Meters
      Southbound on 101
      1. Get off on the Whipple exit
      2. Go straight; you are on Veterans Blvd.
      3. Turn right on Middlefield Road
      4. Take an immediate right into the parking structure where you can park
      on
      the ground level
      5. Once parked, walk along the center pathway towards the county
      buildings;
      the 455 County Center building will be on the right side.
      Northbound on 101
      1. Take the Woodside Road exit and drive left under 101
      2. Turn right immediately after the freeway onto Veterans Blvd.
      3. Turn left on Middlefield Road
      4. Take an immediate right into the parking structure where you can park
      on
      the ground level
      5. Once parked, walk along the center pathway towards the county
      buildings;
      the 455 County Center building will be on the right side.
      If You Are Taking 280
      1. Get off on Farm Hill Blvd. and drive into Redwood City. Farm Hill
      turns
      into Jefferson Ave.
      2. Drive past El Camino and under the train tracks
      3. In a few blocks, turn left on Marshall Street
      4. Turn right on Middlefield Road
      5. After the County building is a parking garage where you can park on
      the
      ground level
      6. Once parked, walk along the center pathway towards the county
      buildings;
      the 455 County Center building will be on the right side.
      Alternative Parking if County Parking Lot is Full
      1. Go South on Middlefield Road
      2. Turn left on Marshall Street
      3. Drive straight past Jefferson Ave. and take a right into the Marshall
      St.
      Parking lot
      4. Walk back to Middlefield and turn right
      5. Turn left into County Center
      6. Walk past the 555 building into the courtyard and the 455 building
      will be
      on your right
      Additional parking is available at the train station if you drive down
      Middlefield
      If You Want to Take the Train
      1. Get off at the Redwood City Train Station
      2. You will walk in a direction away from the shopping center
      3. Walk towards the train parking lot
      4. Walk up Hamilton until you reach the County Center buildings; 455
      will be
      on your left


      Jill Boone
      Green Building Coordinator
      Resource Conservation Manager
      County of San Mateo RecycleWorks
      650-599-1433 FAX: 650-361-8220

      RecycleWorks Hotline: 1-888-442-2666
      www.RecycleWorks.org


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