Why are an Architect & a Building Analyst Attending BuildingEnergy Boston?
Elizabeth DiSalvo, Architect:
"Perhaps the most important thing I get at BuildingEnergy Boston is the inspiration to keep doing what we do. It’s often easy to forget that designing and building sustainably is a truly worthwhile thing to do and it is easy to get off the path. Going to BuildingEnergy Boston and being surrounded by so many passionate people is my annual inoculation against the doubters and naysayers!"
"I do energy audits for multifamily buildings. I’m always looking for new approaches to make old buildings more efficient. BuildingEnergy Boston is the best place to see what people are doing in old buildings, especially in other cities across the Northeast. It’s also a good place to connect with people on new stuff I haven’t seen before—like new approaches to saving energy in multifamily brick buildings."
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