If we change the way products are made and the way buildings are designed, we can positively impact the health of the population and the planet.
With this in mind, the material health of building products is becoming a hot topic among architects and designers. We need to provide information and education to help the A&D community effectively make difficult product decisions. The WANT TO is there but the HOW TO has not been mapped out within a project supply chain.
Please come to learn about how the Mindful Materials program is creating a market movement that will simplify the material health/product transparency specifications for the A&D community.
This event will show how the Mindful Materials program can create a community between architects, designers, contractors, manufacturers, and owners so that we can all design with intent for the health of our people and our planet. Learn how manufacturers have invested in programs like C2C, HPD, EPD and Declare so that design professionals know more about the materials that we specify.
Tim Conway, Vice President Sustainability Shaw Industries
Annie Bevan, Global Head of Sustainability at Superior Essex Communications
Brent Tenga, Building Technology Director at Kingspan Insulated Panels
Amy Vigneux, Director – Sustainable Building Solutions at ASSA ABLOY
Anita Snader, Environmental Sustainability Manager at Armstrong World Industries
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Our members support our close-knit community of passionate practitioners. Join us in transforming the built environment to sustainable design practices.
Benefits for all membership types are the same with a few exceptions, and we offer a variety of discounts to be as inclusive as possible. Please note membership with USGBC National is NOT membership with USGBC MA. Not sure if you are a member of USGBC MA? Check here.