By Ryan Duffy, Communications Fellow
Join colleagues in the real estate industry who are passionate about solving the problems of building performance.
Gold Sponsors Boston Properties will share how they connect to the tech scene in Massachusetts and how they incorporate innovations into their projects to drive improvements to building performance. Ben Myers, Sustainability Manager for Boston Properties, will keynote our event.
The Building Tech Forum is also sponsored by the NECEC – Northeast Clean Energy Center and MassCEC – the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, and Fraunhofer, the non-profit building science R&D laboratory.
Kurt Roth of Fraunhofer will share his insight into trends and lines of research and development that he sees in building tech.
You may want to join our roster of sponsoring organizations! See below for details.
Come to our Building Tech Forum. Connect with firms who are leaders in innovation in real estate.
A second speaking session will include panelists from:
The Green Engineer
Buildings are fundamentally about technology. Innovation in the building sector is driving improvements in performance and enhancements to the user experience.
We're less than 3 weeks away! Join us April 21st for this exciting investigation in to the intersection of buildings and innovative technology.
If you want to attend, please register here. If you want to display your technologies, learn more here and email us. If you want to sponsor the event– Learn more here and email us
Building tech is the intersection of the innovation economy and real estate. The green building industry is right here in the middle of it – creating new ways to increase the value of real estate and improve the sustainability of our building stock and our communities in general. Buildings are responsible for 30% of greenhouse gases globally, and approximately 40% in the US. Recently, at the COP21 negotiations, the UN convened a “Buildings Day” to explore the ways the real estate sector can support improved environmental performance through better buildings. USGBC is committed to the creation of 5 billion square feet of certified green buildings in the next five years: this will require deployment of technology on a massive scale. The results will be better buildings, healthier occupants, more vibrant communities and a thriving industry connecting technology to real estate.
We at the Massachusetts Chapter are here to champion that effort in our Commonwealth and we need to bring all the parties together. You can read more about the ambitions of global leaders and recent agreements here. It is an exciting time to be a part of the high performance segment of the building industry!
5:30 – Orienting Remarks
6:00 – First Program begins; Keynote & Industry Observations
6:20 – First Program ends; games ensue
7:20 – Second Program begins: Panel
7:40 – Second Program ends
8:15 – Final Remarks and Appreciations
8:30 – End
At the Building Tech Forum you will:
meet people who will help you on your next high performance building project
encounter inspiring new technologies and solution strategies
hear from industry leaders about where things are going
connect your business to the innovations going on in the building sector
The event will fill up quick, so register now!