In this panel discussion you will hear from multifamily operations specialists on the benefits and challenges of incorporating technology through the life cycle of multifamily apartments, from construction and leasing to amenities and value-add rehabs.
Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) in Building Product Manufacturing and the A/E/C Industry
This course will examine Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) through the lens of the A/E/C industry and building product manufacturers. It will review the evolution of ESG from the 1980s when organizations began to regulate and manage pollution, improve labor and safety standards, and improve other negative outcomes of economic growth. The three pillars of ESG will be discussed generally, then from the perspective of the A/E/C industry, and finally through the lens of a window and door manufacturer and their specific ESG agenda. The course will conclude with a case study that achieved Living Building Challenge certification and helped both an architecture firm and window and door manufacturer achieve ESG goals.
In their exploration of post-pandemic design direction, ARCHITECT Editor-in-Chief Paul Makovsky and Design Director and futurist, Royce Epstein delve into topics of Hybridization (redefining work/live), Sustainability (nature and culture), and the Metaverse and Tech (designing beyond the physical). See what they found.
MFE editor Christine Serlin interviews COO Greg Lamb of Jefferson Apartment Group. Greg shares his expertise on the challenges and problem solving solutions that define mixed-use developments and the lessons learned over his past 30 years in the industry.
Greg recently sold his home to become a renter by choice. Hear why he has chosen this lifestyle and what he knows to be the reasons people choose to rent instead of own.
Hear how some in the industry are working to advance impartiality in their firms, and what we should be doing collectively to promote social equity in the built environment.
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