Ann Arbor News
Jan's Artical in CAM Magazine "Transforming the Built Environment using Carbon as the New Metric" can be read HERE.
Please welcome... Dave Lowe: Executive Director, 2030 Districts Network. He joins our Leadership Council as a direct representative of our fiduciary. Kevin McNeeley: Founder of McNeely Building Group, LLC. He joins our Leadership Council as the
We are excited to announce a new member to Ann Arbor 2030 Districts! First Martin Corporation is joining us and with that adding the historic downtown Ann Arbor building, the First National Bank (built in 1929). First Martin Corporation is one of
Reminder: First Energy and Water Benchmarking Report due for building owners and managers in the City of Ann Arbor, DUE June 1st 2022
Reminder to building owners and managers in the City of Ann Arbor. If you have covered properties that are over 100,000 sq. ft, you have to summit their Energy and Water Benchmarking Report by June 1st of 2022. The City of Ann Arbor's City Council
Washtenaw County is excited to involve all nine county districts in shaping our Resilient Washtenaw plan. We are working closely with residents to create a collaborative vision for carbon neutrality by 2035. Resilient Washtenaw will be a living
UM President Schlissel announced at a Board of Regents meeting, that U of M is accepting the report of the President's Commission on Carbon Neutrality, and will begin implementing it's recommendations. Click here to read the full article.
In December, the Leadership Council of the Ann Arbor 2030 District offered a slate for the 2019 election. In January, the AA2030 membership elected the following: Property Owner representatives Mark Melchi, MAVD Neal Warling, JLL Irwin
In December, the Founding Membership of Ann Arbor's Emerging 2030 District elected their first Leadership Council. Property Owner representatives Mark Melchi, MAVD Ed Shaffran, Shaffran Companies Neal Warling, JLL Irwin Weingarten, QR
A2 2030 event call FINAL052217.pdf A2 2030 event call FINAL052217.pdf, by bbona
An effort to establish a collaborative, energy-saving district among Ann Arbor's commercial properties is moving forward with plans to launch by the end of the year. 2-15-2017