Melanie Jacobson Accepts Sub-Committee Chair position on the CHPS Technical Committee

ID360’s Melanie Jacobson has accepted a position on the CHPS National Technical Committee as the Chair of the Materials Sub Committee.

Melanie is a longtime supporter of CHPS and the green building initiatives of the organization. Melanie has worked as a technical consultant to manage the integrated design practices for the CHPS Designed project, H. Allen Hight Learning Center in Sacramento, CA and the CHPS Verified project, American Canyon High School in American Canyon, CA.

Melanie has written green material requirements into more than thirty non-residential projects. She has participated in public speaking events on the subject of CHPS including the 2008 California Green Schools Summit and the Green Tools for Healthy Schools Conference Eco-Charrette in 2007.

Integrated Design 360 looks forward to the collaboration with CHPS and furthering the mission of the organization.

About the Collaborative for High Performance Schools (CHPS)

The Collaborative for High Performance Schools is a national non-profit organization based in Sacramento, CA.  CHPS works to help facilitate and inspire change in our educational system. The goals of CHPS are to protect student and staff health and enhance the learning environment and conserve energy, water, and other resources. More than eighty schools have been built using the CHPS high performance school standards. For more information or to become a CHPS Member, please visit the CHPS website.