USGBC MA Residential Committee Meeting 11/14 - Hear about LEED, NZE, LBC and Passive House Projects: 5:45 pm- Boston

  • 14 Nov 2016
Event Description

Date/Time: Monday November 14 ~ 5:45-8pm
Location: 50 Milk St. Boston. Conference room Aristotle – 15th floor


Rick Ames, from Next Phase Studios will talk about some of his work and projects that are/or want to be LEED, NZE, Living Building Challenge, Passive House and Enterprise Green Community Certified.

This will be a deep dive into an architect’s perspective on the differences and reasons different rating systems are being explored, all from an exemplar project by project basis.

USGBC MA Residential Green Building Committee:

The committee’s objectives are to work to raise the awareness of the benefits of residential green building and remodeling and to increase the quantity of projects registering for LEED for Homes. The committee, through education and outreach, will focus on the following:

-Hold across MA, Lunch and LEED, education sessions and tours on topics such as Zero Net Energy, Deep Energy Retrofits and REGREEN
-Help the community understand and implement LEED for Homes and residential green building, remodeling and retrofits
-Ensure that our target markets are aware of available green building tools and resources
-Partner with other Green Building Programs
-Establish a collaborative relationship with a professional and/or community organizations
-Develop case studies and green residential building content for the USGBC MA website

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