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KTGY Ken Ryan to Speak at ACRE on The Effects of Climate Change on Future Real Estate Development

Top Quote KTGY's head of the firm's Community Planning and Urban Design Studio Ken Ryan is speaking at ACRE Inland Empire Chapterís program, "The Effects of Climate Change on Future Real Estate Development in California.Ē Ryan will offer his insights with a panel of experts addressing the legal, environmental, planning and development implications of global warming on future real estate development in CA. End Quote
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  • Riverside-San Bernardino, CA (1888PressRelease) October 04, 2008 - KTGY GROUP, INC., Architecture and Planning, is pleased to announce that KTGY's Principal Ken Ryan, head of the firm's Community Planning and Urban Design Studio, has been invited to speak at the Association of Commercial Real Estate Executives (ACRE) Inland Empire Chapterís program, "The Effects of Climate Change on Future Real Estate Development in California," at the Ontario Convention Center on October 15, 2008, at 3:30 pm.

    Ryan will offer his insights with a panel of experts addressing the legal, environmental, planning and development implications of global warming on future real estate development in California. A leader in sustainable LEED certified building design and planning, KTGY has been recognized for its outstanding sustainable communities and green building. Recently, KTGY won the prestigious 2008 Gold Nugget Grand Award for Best California Green Builder Residential Community for Poppy Lane at Natomas Meadows in Sacramento, Calif. KTGY was also honored for two other outstanding sustainable communities: Vantage of Palo Alto in Palo Alto, Calif.; and Carsten Crossings in Rocklin, Calif. Dedicated to sustainable design principles, KTGY is committed to providing the creative leadership for our clients in building green communities that incorporate the best commercially-available materials and technologies to minimize consumption of energy and resources and maximize use of natural, recycled and non-toxic materials.

    With over 20 years of industry experience and the past two-term Mayor of the City of Yorba Linda, Ryan has extensive planning, design, and entitlement experience in projects of varying scope and complexities throughout the United States. His experience overseeing projects from initial ideas to successful implementation provides him with an understanding of the important interrelationship between the marketplace, the environmental setting and green building/LEED certified sustainable design, political sensitivities, design considerations, and both private-sector and government perspectives. Ryanís unparalleled expertise in new community planning, urban design, horizontal and vertical sustainable design techniques, mixed-use/regeneration, strategic planning and entitlement services are invaluable to the eventís attendees and his many clients.

    Registration starts at 3:00 pm. A networking social hour from 5:00 pm until 6:00 pm follows the panel discussion, which starts at 3:30 pm. Cost is $40 in advance or $75 at the door for members; $60 in advance or $75 at the door for non-members. RSVP is requested by Oct. 9. For more information or registration, visit www.acre-ie.org.

    Established in 1991, KTGY GROUP, INC., Architecture and Planning, provides comprehensive planning and architectural design services for residential communities, retail developments, hospitality and related specialty projects. KTGY delivers innovative solutions that reflect clear understanding of development, marketing and financial performance and takes particular pride in its highly motivated and principal led studios. Serving clients throughout the U.S., KTGY maintains offices in Irvine, Oakland and Santa Monica, and in Denver. For more information, see www.ktgy.com or contact Sayeh Rad at 949-851-2133.

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