Boston, like many markets across the US, has been pushing for a more efficient and innovative way of developing. Technology is evolving, design solutions are being explored and the way we construct developments has evolved as a result. How are construction leaders and designers keeping the net-zero energy building goal by 2030 in mind? Can mass timber provide a solution that works across the market? What are design leaders doing to propel efficiency-based construction forward?
Join Bisnow and BRA’s Wil Catlin on July 23 along with Generate CEO John Klein, Consigli Construction Company Project Executive Matthew Tonello and Placetailor Director of Strategy Colin Booth for a discussion on how construction and design innovation is creating a more efficient Boston and what that means for developments tomorrow.
Our content will touch on:
- New construction methods are being explored to maximize energy efficiency. What are these methods and how are they being used to create new developments?
- How can mass timber be used to help create more sustainable developments?
- Sustainability implementation has been largely driven by technology. How are designers and contractors utilizing technology to create more sustainable solutions?
- How can investment potential and cost-savings be determined prior to breaking ground on a sustainable development project? What is the comparable value?
- Net-zero energy building by 2030 is an initiative that has been widely supported by the industry. How do we get there and what resources are available to accomplish it?