April 2, 2008

Going Green with Steel Framing Education Session
The Steel Framing Alliance (SFA) is set to present “Going Green with Steel Framing” at the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) National Green Building Conference™ next month. Danny Feazell, CEO of Premium Steel Building Systems in Roanoke, Va., will join Don Allen (Director of Engineering) and Maribeth Rizzuto (Director of Training and Education) from the Steel Framing Alliance for this hour-long session that is scheduled at 3:45 p.m. Tuesday, May 13th.

Designed to help attendees make informed decisions about using cold-formed steel to accomplish green building goals, the session will cover some of the latest advances in design and construction for projects that are resistant to environmental issues such as mold, insects and off-gassing.

The NAHB’s National Green Building Conference™, “go…GREEN,” will take place May 11-13 at the Sheraton New Orleans in New Orleans, La. As the only national conference specifically aimed at green building for the mainstream residential building industry, “go…GREEN” offers the opportunity to network with designers and suppliers, attend exceptional education sessions, and develop the skills necessary for profitable green building.

To find out more about the SFA’s “Going Green with Steel Framing” education session, contact Maribeth Rizzuto at (412) 521-5210 or

To find out more and to register for NAHB’s National Green Building Conference™, visit

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