May 5th: Sustainable Architecture with Paul Mellblom of MS&R

Come join Net Impact at Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle Architecture Firm on May 5 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

710 S. 2nd Street, 7th Floor in the Mill City Museum Building

Presentation by:  Paul Mellblom, AIA, LEED AP

Paul will discuss MS&R’s approach to sustainable architecture and his commitment to pro-bono efforts and non-profit work. Tour their space and enjoy a light reception.

Paul C.N. Mellblom, aia, leed ap

A registered architect and MS&R principal, Paul has 16 years’ professional experience and is an active member of the community, serving on the boards of and donating his time to various community organizations. Examples of his involvement include serving as secretary of the board for Community Shares Minnesota and as an active member of The Link and YouthCARE Boards. Paul recently co-presented a talk on designing beyond LEED at the 2008 Best 1 conference, received a 2005 AIA Minnesota Young Architects Award, and was honored in 2006 with a Twin Cities Business Monthly Emerging Leader Award.

Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd.

Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd., (MS&R) is an architecture and interior design firm rich in history and experience. For 27 years, the founders of the firm have led an independent, collaborative design practice focused on advancing imaginative library, commercial, cultural, and residential spaces. MS&R has been conscious and considerate of the environment since the firm was founded in 1981 and, in July 2007, became the first Minnesota firm to commit to the 2030 Challenge (which is now a state requirement for all state funded buildings). The 2030 Challenge advocates for architects to design buildings to meet an aggressive series of carbon emission and energy reduction goals.

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