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Energy Master Planning Workshop for Non-Profits
When: February 25
Where: Danvers, MA
Join NESEA Members Paul Eldrenkamp and Mike Duclos for a hands-on workshop on drafting a step-by-step master plan for houses of worship and non-profits. These organizations often have a building that is both a primary asset and a major expense. Many could reduce energy, maintenance, and operational costs significantly, but lack the time, staff, and
expertise to identify and plan valuable improvements. Register today.
Sustainability Summit at New York Build
When: March 15-16
Where: New York, NY
The Sustainability Summit 2017 is a large-scale conference, exhibition, and networking event connecting decision makers, influencers and those exploring sustainability across the built environment, looking to build better communities, and share information. Register for your free ticket today!
NESEA members receive 10% off exhibit space at the Sustainability Summit. To take advantage of this offer, contact Kate Skinner and mention the code KS1503.
Attend the Green Real Estate Symposium
When: March 28
Where: Nashua, NH
Cost: $99 through March 1, $125 after March 1
The New Hampshire Association of Realtors and the Green Alliance proudly present a one-day symposium on the ins and outs of Green Real Estate. This event seeks to educate and inform New England real estate professionals and homeowners on this ever-evolving space. Topics will range from the basics of green building to more nuanced sessions on public policy, tax credits, financing and appraising of projects involving elements of green construction. Register today.
Accredited Course: Designing and Building a Successful Design/Build Business
When: April 8-9
Where: Burlington, VT
NESEA Member Adam Cohen is teaching a 2-day course on how to create a design/build business that flourishes. You'll examine planning, marketing, estimating, system development, project management, human resources, accounting, and legal concerns, all in direct relation to the specifics of design/build. The course is filling up quickly, so register