Host a Pro Tour

Interested in Hosting a Pro Tour?

Below you can find an overview of eligibility, who does what in planning the event, and more information about the virtual and in-person formats. The 2024 series will run from April-December. Pro Tours always take place on Friday afternoons.

Please contact Florence MacGregor ( with any questions.


  • Proposals must be for high performance building projects, including buildings that will be either under construction or completed by the time we tour.

  • Projects must be located in NESEA's territory: the six New England States, plus New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Delaware.

Who Does What?

  • The host provides content, expertise, and contact information for the project team members and vendors. The host will also provide learning objectives for CEUs.

  • NESEA staff handle the event logistics. We take care of promotion, registration, customer service for registrants, sponsor recruitment, accreditation, and we manage all of the technical aspects of the tour.

Pro Tour Format

Pro Tours are half-day events that bring together multiple members of a project team to showcase their high performance building project. Our format allows for deep dives on specific aspects of the project and fosters connection between participants and speakers.

Pro Tours will always be held on Friday afternoons, 12:30-5:00pm.

Event Schedule


Doors open, registration, networking


Welcome by NESEA and series sponsors


Presentation from hosts, featuring detailed information about project


Tour of project begins: Attendees are split into small groups to complete a circuit of stations around the project site. Each station is hosted by a member of the project team who will speak about specific aspects of the project. The small groups of attendees rotate through the stations – all attendees get small group time with each speaker.

4:15 Q&A Panel with members of project team


Event concludes




Our Mission

NESEA advances sustainability practices in the built environment by cultivating a cross-disciplinary community where practitioners are encouraged to share, collaborate and learn.