2022 Pro Tour Series

BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, March 25, 2022
Brooklyn, New York

NESEA's first Pro Tour of 2022, the in-person event showcased a Passive House retrofit of an 1800s Brooklyn Heights carriage house.

aerial shot of project site
BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, April 29, 2022
Boston, Massachusetts

April 2022 Pro Tour showcased a 7-story mass timber CLT building, that at the time was under construction. Attendees learned about both the technical details of the project and about the highly collaborative approach that made this ambitious work possible.

Zero Place
BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, May 13, 2022
New Paltz, New York

NESEA returned to the Hudson Valley for a tour of Zero Place, an award-winning mixed-use building, poised to bring the town of New Paltz 6 commercial and 46 residential units.

exterior of house
BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, May 20, 2022
Harwich Port, Massachusetts

May's Pro Tour showcased a recently built hemplime-insulated home on Cape Cod. The project team was eager to share their collaborative approach for creating a home that met their client’s vision for a net-zero, storm-resistant, healthy materials home.

BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, August 5, 2022
Orr's Island, Maine

This Pro Tour explored the Schiller Coastal Studies Center, a scientific village that is the new home for Bowdoin’s Marine Science program. Situated on Orr’s Island, approximately 12 miles from Bowdoin’s main campus, the Center serves as a facility for retreats, dialogue, and collaboration among local and national leaders working to address critical issues of coastal and climate concern.

exterior of lodge
BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, October 21, 2022
Warren, New Hampshire

NESEA went to the White Mountains for a Pro Tour showcasing a high performance institutional building that combines the traditional character of a mountain lodge with ambitious performance goals.

BuildingEnergy Pro Tour
Friday, April 21, 2023
Acton, Massachusetts

Join NESEA as we kick off the 2023 Pro Tour series at the first Triple Net Zero school in Massachusetts.