USGBCMA and organicArchitect Present: New Approaches to Designing Net Zero Buildings, 1/12 8:30 am - 12 noon

  • 12 Jan 2016
Event Description

New Approaches to Designing Net Zero Buildings
January 12, 8:30 AM through 12 PM

This workshop will teach you how to achieve net zero energy on your projects. You will learn new ways to convince your clients that it is possible to never pay another utility bill ever again. By examining case studies and stories in the field you will gain new ideas that you can apply to projects you are currently working on.

Speaker: Eric Corey Freed is Founding Principal of organicARCHITECT, a visionary design leader in biophilic and regenerative design. As a licensed architect, Eric brings over 20 years of experience in helping architects, builders and homeowners use sustainability to improve the design and operational savings for thousands of buildings around the country. Eric has helped thousands of companies monetize sustainability by showing them how to cut their real estate operations costs in half.

50 Milk Street 18th Floor, "Hemingway" Room, Boston

Event Fee(s): Chapter Member - $50.00
Non-Member - $65.00

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