Thursday, November 16
Check in 11:30, Presentation noon – 1:00
Pacific Tower, 1200 12th Ave S Ste 110, Seattle, WA 98144
Register by Tuesday, November 14
SBC subscribers (you!) receive the Electric League member rate of $40, a $10 discount.
Learn how to maintain your lighting system or even eliminate maintenance! Presentation includes lighting fundamentals, principles of lighting maintenance, and improvement strategies.
Who Should Attend
Facility Managers, Electrical Contractors, Project Managers, utility employees.
Jeff Anderson is a Senior Lighting Specialist who specializes in lighting retrofit projects in the greater Puget Sound area. He coordinates efforts between customers, trade allies and power producers. He also conducts lighting audits, which detail the benefits and incentives of lighting projects suited to individual sites and help customers make fully informed decisions.
Jeff joined Evergreen Consulting Group in September 2010 following more than a decade of assisting electrical contractors, hospitals, schools and industrial customers with lighting retrofits. Previously, he worked on design build projects for an electrical distributor, where he also led the project quotes department. He has been an account manager for the last 18 of his 27 years of electrical distribution experience. He earned the Lighting Certified Professional designation from the National Council on Qualifications for the Lighting Professions, NCQLP, in 2008.
Join us for the Electric League’s Monthly Luncheon Meeting and Networking Event, Thursday, November 16 at the Smart Buildings Center, 1200 12th Ave South, Suite 110. Check-in and a lunch buffet begin at 11:30 AM. The presentation will run from noon – 1:00 PM.
Advance registration and payment is required, and is being accepted now. Please assist our planning by registering early. League Members: $40; Non-League Members: $50. A late fee applies for registrations received after Tuesday, November 14. Register below or call 425-646-4727.
There is a parking garage directly west of the Pacific Tower.