Multifamily Housing Panel Webinar
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Innovative Solutions to Advance Efficient, Equitable, Sustainable Housing Needs for Oregon’s Future
Join Energy Trust of Oregon on May 25 for a special webinar and hear from experts who are making cost-informed decisions that bring energy efficiency and resiliency to multifamily housing. Panelists from the design, engineering, architecture and developer community will share their insights on emerging trends, challenges and opportunities affecting Oregon’s housing design and construction industry.
Topics covered by our multifamily housing panel will include:
- Best practices within new construction and major renovations projects for energy-efficient, sustainable and resilient multifamily communities
- How design decisions are informed by housing demands, long-term maintenance concerns, construction costs and funding constraints
- Insights on balancing competing design priorities to finance energy efficiency
- Strategies for efficient heating and cooling systems and design solutions that have been successfully implemented in both affordable and market-rate housing projects
- Lessons learned during the multifamily design and construction process
This webinar is a great opportunity to join the conversation and learn from industry experts as they discuss their experience navigating demand, funding requirements and construction costs to meet the needs of Oregon’s multifamily housing future. We hope you can join us!
Meet the panelists:
Alex Aleman, housing development project manager, REACH CDC
Randy Feldhaus, principal, Sunbreak Energy Advisors
Mike Moerlins, associate principal and senior mechanical engineer, Interface Engineering, Inc.
Hayley Purdy, senior associate architect, Scott Edwards Architecture
Melissa von Borstel, director ESG & sustainability + resiliency, Holland Partner Group
Facilitated by Trisha Paul, outreach manager, Energy Trust New Buildings
Thursday, May 25
Panel discussion: 12:00–1:00 p.m.
Q&A: 1:00–1:30 p.m.
Audience participation will be an integral part of this session.
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1.5 AIA and 1.5 CCB continuing education credits pending.