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Smith Moore Leatherwood Sponsors Uwharrie Sustainable Business Forum

Smith Moore Leatherwood Sponsors Uwharrie Sustainable Business Forum

The forum presents "Building Reuse, Recycle, and Repurpose"

October 14, 2013
Greensboro, N.C. — Smith Moore Leatherwood is the presenting sponsor for the Uwharrie Sustainable Business Forum's program entitled, "Building Reuse, Recycle, and Repurpose." The program will be held on November 7 at 6 p.m. at Randolph Community College's Continuing Education and Industrial Center (CEIC) located at 413 Industrial Park Ave., Asheboro, N.C.


The program will be led by Robert Carmac, a Randolph County native and LEED® accredited Architect with Smith Sinnett Architecture. Carmac designed Randolph Community College's CEIC, our host site for the program and the first building in Randolph County that achieved LEED® Certification (the second highest level possible, "LEED® Gold").  At the program, Carmac will discuss sustainable building design, including no cost and low cost strategies for new construction and upfits of existing buildings to maximize potential opportunities for sustainability.

A tour of the Randolph Community College CEIC facility and its sustainable features will be offered to all attendees.  Admission is free and open to the public, and dress is business casual. Refreshments and door prizes will be provided, courtesy of our Smith Moore Leatherwood.

For more information about the Uwharrie Sustainable Business Forum, which aims to bring Uwharrie area teenagers and businesspeople together to discuss sustainable business practices, join the LinkedIn Group or contact the Forum Co-Directors, Smith Moore Leatherwood attorney and partner Lisa Frye Garrison ( or Rhonda Dillingham, UCA's Chief Curriculum Officer (via

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