June 12, 2019
June 12, 2019
One Beacon Street, 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02108
Join CHAPA and MassHousing on June 12th for the second forum in our Construction & Design for Today and Tomorrow series. During Part II, we'll learn about three developments that highlight innovations in building products and techniques or in the full life cycle of the development. We'll also take a look into the future with some new ideas being developed and tested in MIT's incubator.
Check out our recap from Construction & Design for Today and Tomorrow: Part I to see what we discussed back in October last year.
Presenters & Panelists:
- MODERATOR: Kenan Bigby, Managing Director of Development, Trinity Financial
- Pat Caldwell, V.P. Frame Division, East Coast Interiors
- Dr. Andrea Chegut, Director of the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab
- Tim Czerwienski, AICP, Project Manager, BPDA; Co-organizer of Innovative Materials & Methods
- Michael Hindle, Owner & Principal, Passive to Positive
- Ryan Jennette, Project Executive, Consigli
- Kristi Matthews, Director of Business Development, Jobsite Steel
- Frank Valdes, AIA, DiMella Shaffer
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