Brian Burchett Attends LEED Conference in Brazil

Brian Burchett, founding partner and head of Commercial Site Design’s engineering department, recently returned from Sao Paulo, Brazil where he attended the Greenbuilding Brazil International Conference and Expo.

Brian Burchett, PLS, PE

Held by Green Building Council Brazil with strategic partner U.S. Green Building Council, the Greenbuilding Brazil International Conference has evolved into the main event of sustainable construction in Latin America and one of the main segments in the world.  The event brought together more than 14 thousand professionals and provided the most comprehensive meeting for the architecture, construction and design sectors.

The conference offered attendees the opportunity to test their knowledge in sustainability concepts, view work from architects who have contributed the most to sustainable construction, network with other professionals, and build on their LEED knowledge with educations sessions.

“The event was useful and well put together,” says Brian Burchett, PLS, PE.  “They provided terrific educational opportunities.  I look forward to applying what I learned at the conference and helping our clients achieve their LEED goals.”  

During the three-day conference, Brian Burchett attended 12 educational session, including presentations for Creating a Pathway to Zero Carbon Communities; Efficient Shopping Malls; Environmental Certification of Buildings: Use Efficiency and Water Quality Assurance; and LEEDv4: Climate, Health, and Performance.

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About Commercial Site Design:

Commercial Site Design was founded over 15 years ago with the mission of providing expert, multi-unit rollout services to the commercial development industry, offering a distinctive blend of project management and site design services.

Since the firm’s inception, it has become a leading civil engineering firm in the Southeast, representing local and national brands in 44 states.