Join NESEA for our final Pro Tour of the 2019 season, featuring a deep energy retrofit of a brownstone in Sunset Park – a retrofit that was performed with occupants in place!
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.
Join NESEA for a tour of a two-family, NZE residential project located within walking distance to the Cold Spring Metro-North stop!
This Pro Tour will give attendees the unique opportunity to see similar projects in very different stages of development in the same event.
Join NESEA for this Pro Tour of an affordable community housing community built for PHIUS certification. This community was built to meet the needs of a non-profit housing developer wanting durable, healthy, and attractive housing on a limited budget.
This Pro Tour featured an ambitious new development: a first-of-it's-kind, PHIUS certified affordable housing project featuring 96 units across 12 buildings.
This September event included two projects: a newly constructed net-zero modular small house, designed to address housing needs in the wake of extreme weather events, and a 3 unit multi-family, originally built in 1870, which has recently been expanded and retrofitted to PHIUS standards.
This early autumn Pro Tour showcased the new Massachusetts Fish & Wildlife Headquarters, a 45,000 square foot, net-positive LEED Platinum facility.
You are invited to the 2019 NESEA Annual Meeting & Community Happy Hour on September 10th in Providence, Rhode Island. Whether you’ve been a NESEA Member since the beginning or are just curious about NESEA’s work and mission, this is the event for you. Members and non-members alike are welcome.
This NESEA tour featured a new high performance campus in Cambdrige, designed to be the first net zero emissions school in Massachusetts and the largest net zero emissions building in the state.
This Pro Tour featured 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.