USGBC MA Building Tech Forum - April 22 (Earth Day!) 5 - 8 pm

  • 22 Apr 2015
Event Description

USGBCMA Building Tech Forum
On Earth Day! 4/22/2015

The USGBC MA Chapter is hosting an Earth Day Building Tech Forum Wednesday 4/22 in Boston.

When: 5-8pm, Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Where: MassChallenge, 23 Drydock Ave, 6th Floor, Boston
Who: Problem-solvers and innovators in the building industry

This event will recognize clean tech and building tech companies and leaders in Massachusetts, with opportunities to discover, share, and converse on the topics of innovation in building design, construction, facility management and related realms.

The "Building Tech Forum" will provide an opportunity to mix & mingle with tech folks and green builders!

State Secretary of Energy and Environment, Matt Beaton, will be providing remarks.

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