This Pro Tour features a deep-energy retrofit of a historic New York City Building – the former headquarters of the NYC Board of Transportation which has been re-imagined as New York University’s new space for engineering, applied science, and digital technology.
For a blast back to the past, check out the events and Pro Tours we've hosted throughout the Northeast highlighting the incredible work of NESEA members.
This early summer tour featured a net-zero energy single-family home in the Adirondacks.
This Pro Tour brought attendees to Creston Avenue Residences, a LEED Platinum Certified, 66-unit development with 21 units set aside for chronically homeless adults.
This tour featured Parris Terraces, a new project providing Portland, ME with 23 units of affordable housing. The tour happened as the build was nearing completion, giving attendees the opportunity to see the progress of the project in its final stages.
This Pro Tour offered attendees a first look at one of the newest Passive House projects in New York City –an innovative fifteen-story building providing 154-units of sustainable housing.
The first BuildingEnergy Pro Tour of 2019 featured an environmental learning center built for LEED Platinum certification.
NESEA officially unveiled the schedule for the 2019 Pro Tour series at our second annual Pro Tour Launch Party. Guests joined us for an evening of networking, appetizers, and drinks as we showed off our great lineup for 2019.
The final Pro Tour of 2018 featured the first stage of a planned 331-unit project in East Boston, designed for LEED Platinum certification.
This NESEA Pro Tour featured a single-family, net-zero energy home designed to meet ambitious performance metrics in a cold, coastal climate. The hosting team from Benjamin & Company shared the building and design strategies that made this project a reality.
NESEA’s 2018 Annual Meeting will take place during the Opening Reception of BuildingEnergy NYC on Wednesday October 3 from 5pm to 7pm at the TKP New York Conference Center (109 West 39th Street, New York, NY). We have designed this year’s meeting to optimize networking opportunities for attendees so they can make new connections and catch up with colleagues.