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The Attainable and Sustainable Housing (ASH) Model
Saturday, June 16, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM (PDT)
Daly City, CA
The nonprofit TentMakers Inc. assists low- and moderate-income households with housing and economic development opportunities. And they go beyond that to also help counties, cities, nonprofits, housing developers, and the public.
At our June seminar, Joe Serrano will inform us about the Attainable and Sustainable Housing (ASH) Model, which is a combination of the FHA 203K loan program, Energy Efficient Mortgage, and Energy Upgrade California. He'll also present case studies of Tentmakers projects and explore some of the opportunities and constraints involved.
Refreshments: Coffee, juice, and water
Access: A couple blocks from Daly City BART Station, easy access from 280 with free parking available next door.
Seminar Series Details:
The Green Project Management seminars are held at the Keller Graduate School's Daly City location from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon PDT on the third Saturday of each month. For more details and to register, visit the Project Management Institute San Francisco Bay Area Chapter website at www.pmi-sfbac.org/calendar.cfm or www.pmi-sfbac.org/calendarshowevents.cfm or the Keller Graduate School website at www.devry.edu. These events are co-sponsored by the Keller Graduate School Sustainable Management MBA Program.
How does event benefit PMI members?
Provides the audience with an example of green project management and the challenges involved.
About the Speaker:
Joe R. Serrano, Founder/CEO of TentMakers Inc., and President of Homes By Design, a housing rehabilitation consulting firm. Mr. Serrano has over 25 years of construction and development experience working with redevelopment agencies, community development, housing authorities and the private sector. He specializes in green technology, affordable housing and economic development. He has an academic background in architecture, building materials and business administration from Contra Costa College, the University of Wisconsin and JFK University in Walnut Creek, California respectively. He is also a HUD certified HOME program specialist in regulations and approved FHA 203K consultant.
Cancellation and No-Show policy
If you have made a reservation and find that you will be unable to attend please send an email email@example.com and cancel as early as possible. All cancellations are subject to a minimum $30 fee if done at least 5 days before the event. Cancellations after June 11, 2012 are subject to the full charge to ensure the Chapter does not incur excessive expenses.
When & Where
PMI San Francisco Bay Area Chapter
Who Should Join: Any current or aspiring project manager should join this community to learn, share, and have fun. There are project managers from broad section of industries that meet to share best practices, horror stories, and all that comes with managing people, deadlines, and budgets. We meet monthly to meet new friends, connect with colleagues, and to share our experiences.
Why Members Should Join: You should join not only for fun and camaraderie but to learn.
- Have you just been assigned to a new project or have you just started in managing projects in a new industry?
- Want to get a jump on your project by networking with others to learn best practices?
- Need a mentor to guide you through uncharted waters?
You'll find this and much more at the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of PMI.
What Members Can Expect: Evening events, breakfast roundtables, networking events galore, and PDUs! But SFBAC is more than just events, it's our members that make a difference. Join, share, learn, lead, and have fun.