C&H Architects at NESEA’s Building Energy

March 8, 9, 2016 at Seaport World Trade Center, Boston MA

 

Our sessions:

On Eggshells: Residential Retrofits in Tricky Situations

Principal Thomas RC Hartman, AIA will partner with Maine architect David Foley to discuss the challenges of deep energy retrofits in difficult situations. Tom will highlight work done on a 1910 Sears kit house, and the compromises and ambitions of doing a DER on his own family’s home.

When You Come to a Fork, Take It. Residential Choices and Performance

Architect Jesse Selman, AIA and builder Kent Hicks will discuss the challenges of their Savoy project with architect Chris Briley, who brings two Passive projects from his Maine practice.

Closing Forum: A Community for the Ages

Designer Andrew Webster joins the Closing Forum, focused on the role of mentors and professional development in the NESEA community.

 

Join us at Building Energy!