Construction & Design for Today and Tomorrow, Part II
CHAPA and MassHousing are pleased to present Construction & Design for Today and Tomorrow, Part II, the second forum in our series on innovation in the housing industry. This forum will feature innovations in construction such as the use of light gauge steel in multifamily housing and POD bathrooms, a concept that originated in the cruise industry. Michael Hindle of Passive to Positive will be joining us to offer a presentation on the impact of regenerative development in multifamily housing with its potential for economic as well as environmental and social benefits to residents. Tim Czerwienski of the City of Boston will report the results and implications of the 2nd Annual Innovation Workshop organized by the Boston Society of Architects, MIT's Housing Innovation Lab and the City of Boston's Housing Innovation Lab.
Check out our recap from Construction & Design for Today and Tomorrow: Part I to see what we discussed back in October last year.
Presenters & Panelists:
- Pat Caldwell, V.P. Frame Division, East Coast Interiors
- Dr. Andrea Chegut, Director of the MIT Real Estate Innovation Lab
- Tim Czerwienski, AICP, Project Manager, BPDA; Co-organizer of Innovative Materials & Methods
- Michael Hindle, Owner & Principal, Passive to Positive
- Ryan Jennette, Project Executive, Consigli
- Kristi Matthews, Director of Business Development, Jobsite Steel
- Frank Valdes, AIA, DiMella Shaffer
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