Join premiere presentations and explore exciting ways plant-based materials contribute to sustainable design with Architects Go Sustainable. Architects can earn continuing education credits and see the cutting-edge, soy-biobased materials revolutionizing the landscape of sustainability.
All training is available at no cost to the architects through support of the United Soybean Board and presenters.
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Ready to use, rapidly renewable, reduced environmental impacts are three of the many attributes of plant-based materials, including those made with U.S.-grown soybeans. This event offers insight into how biobased materials are already contributing to private and public-sector architectural projects from Hilton properties to the Rockefeller Center to new Wall Street construction. Federal government contracts are required to specify products under the Federal BioPreferred® Program that Congress established.
U.S. soybean farmers have invested millions of dollars to research, test and promote biobased products. Much of this work was done through the USB, which is composed of 73 U.S. soybean farmers appointed by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture to invest soybean checkoff funds. To learn more about biobased products, visit www.soybiobased.org.
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