Palm Springs, CA: Deconstruction and ReUse Network (DRN), has announced two new representatives to advocate and assist in advancement of deconstruction and reuse of building materials. Jorge Michios and Meghean Hundley will work to expand services for the organization in the Palm Springs and San Diego regions respectively. DRN is an environmental and humanitarian non-profit dedicated to educating and empowering Californians about the benefits of reusing building materials.
Jorge Michios will be serving the Palm Springs region for Deconstruction & ReUse Network, more specifically he will be advocating in the cities of Palm Springs, Palm Desert, Cathedral City, Rancho Mirage, La Quinta, Banning and Beaumont. Michios joins DRN after working on several design projects that have focused on Sustainable design. He has been acknowledged for his design know-how by Plinth and Chintz in 2007, and his passion for design and architecture will be instrumental in the success of DRN’s mission in Palm Springs.
Meghean Hundley will be implementing her experience with sustainable business practices as well as her marketing and business development savvy in the San Diego region. Her well-rounded education from Syracuse University, as well as her strong commitment to sharing her knowledge of living and adopting a green lifestyle have made her successful while working on several green projects since moving to San Diego.
“We are thrilled to have Jorge and Meghean join our team,” says Lorenz Schilling, President/Founder of DRN. “They each have great passion and experience which will be a huge asset to our mission and for the people we serve in the San Diego and Palm Springs areas.”
Deconstruction and ReUse network anticipates great success as these two broaden the outreach efforts as well as support the deconstruction involvement and consultant support in their regions.