Welcome to the third installment of Living Future Ramp-Up. A partnership of epic proportions: Cascadia Green Building Council, Method Homes and BuiltGreen bring you an evening of food, drink and sophisticated merriment.
This event will feature a panel that includes the owner of a juniper sawmill, a landscape architect, a building architect and a local landscaping business owner. They will share their perspectives on how building with Juniper can improve our state's ecosystem, rural communities and applications for your project, big or small.
Celebrate this early summer season by joining Solar Oregon on an amazing trip through wine country of the central Willamette Valley.
Macro Design Studio, with the International Living Future Insitute, will host the REGENERATION 2016 Conference in Trentino, Italy on Saturday, April 16. The Conference is the premier annual event of the Living Building Challenge Collaborative: Italy, a community that aims to share LBC knowledge and principles to develop living buildings and communities.
Randy Gragg discusses how an office TI can communicate and foster company culture and identity.
This workshop will explain how all types of commercial buildings, from dental clinics to college dormitories, can be built at market rate while achieving Passive House standards.
Join AIA Portland for this upcoming event discussing the evolution and future of cross laminated timber panels!
Those living in affordable housing are often most at risk for asthma, allergies, and other health concerns. This webinar will explore some of the ways that we build, where we build and what we build with contributes to these health risks. This webinar will also identify specific strategies for creating healthy homes that address long-standing, deep inequities associated with toxic risk and exposure. Affordable Housing 5-part Webinar Series.
What does a successful Net Positive Water strategy look like in multi-family affordable housing? How can the potable and non-potable needs of residents be met locally? How can rainwater, greywater and blackwater systems integrate in local, resilient systems to provide healthy, affordable and dependable water sources for people and nutrients for the environment? Is water independence possible in dense communities and drought stricken climates? Affordable Housing 5-part Webinar Series.
Salmon-in-the-City highlights innovations in ecologically sustainable urban design and development that protect water quality and Puget Sound. NOAA Fisheries will present groundbreaking research regarding the impacts of urban stormwater on ocean acidification, salmon habitat and watersheds. The event will feature pioneering studio collaborations bridging architecture and ecology with leading ecologists and designers. Case studies of low impact development projects and their 5 year monitoring performance will be presented by regional scientists and low impact development experts. Salmon-Safe Puget Sound also will unveil its work with their newest certification initiatives targeting ultra-urban development as well as mass transit and other large-scale infrastructure projects such as the Sea Tac and Vancouver British Columbia Airports.