RMS Vice President of Design and Engineering, Benjamin Sojka will be leading a workshop at the 16th Annual Water Conservation Showcase March 21, 2019, at 4 pm.
Workshop: Rainwater Harvesting - Care of Water Through Understanding and Science that Fosters Healthier and More Resilient Communities
Led by two rainwater experts, this workshop will identify best practices and lessons learned from the implementation of rainwater collection systems across a range of projects scales and in a variety of climates. Learn more about the 16th Annual Water Conservation Showcase.
- Pacific Energy Center in San Francisco
- Location: Lighting Room at 4 pm
- Speakers: Benjamin Sojka & Kat Sawyer
- Approved for GBCI CE Credit
Benjamin Sojka is a partner in Rainwater Management Solutions and is the Executive Vice President of Design and Engineering.
A graduate of The University of Virginia’s School of Architecture under the tenure of Dean William McDonough, Benjamin has assisted in the design and overseen construction of multiple McDonough projects. Still, an active partner in the family cattle farm, Cliffdale, located in the Piedmont of Virginia, Benjamin’s strong agriculture and environmental upbringing reinforces the common sense approach evident in his designs and projects. Benjamin’s site work and utility background, spanning 18 years, as both a General Superintendent and Project Manager allow him to take a project from thought to plan through construction and into the future with an understanding of how it can be successfully sustained throughout its life.
Event Organizers Include: U.S. Green Building Council - Northern California - USGBC | SF Water, Power, Sewer (SFPUC) | AIA San Francisco - AIASF | Pacific Gas and Electric Company | East Bay Municipal Utility District