See a full list of all upcoming events that Viridiant is participating in, supporting or attending.
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Viridiant Lecture Series
Join us for a building science lecture led by industry experts on the third Thursday of every other month from 8:00—9:30 AM. Unless otherwise noted, lectures are offered at a minimal cost as in-person seminars (cost: $5, location: Gather, 409 E. Main St, Richmond, VA 23219) from 8 to 9:30 AM and then again as a webinar (cost: $10) from 11 AM to 12 PM.
Resiliency and Sustainable Building
Speaker: KC Bleile, Viridiant
“Resilience is the capacity of a community, business, or natural environment to prevent, withstand, respond to and recover from a disruption” according to the US-Climate Resilience Toolkit. A recent NAHB study shows that 84% of consumers see resiliency as a top influencer in a home purchase decision. In the midst of the 2016 hurricane season, join us as we explore resiliency standards, how we are currently incorporating resiliency into our buildings and further opportunities to design and construct resilient communities. This lecture serves as an introduction to the Science Museum of Virginia’s PrepareAthon on August 27, 2016.
Measuring to Manage Building Performance with Benchmarking
Speaker: Sean Shanley, Viridiant
Austrian-American businessman Peter Drucker once said, “You can’t manage what you don’t measure.” In buildings, our typical measurement tool comes in the form of a hard to interpret black and white utility bill. Join us to learn how benchmarking buildings can help owners better understand opportunities for energy savings, catch maintenance issues earlier and benchmark their building performance against similar buildings.
Highland Park Senior Apartments: Balancing Energy Efficiency, Historic and Affordable Housing Preservation
Location: 1221 E. Brookland Park Blvd in Richmond, no webinar option
Speaker: Philip Agee, Viridiant
Join us for an applied site visit where we will showcase Community Preservation and Development Corporation’s (CPDC) Highland Park Senior Apartments. Learn how this recently renovated 77-unit project utilized Low Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTCs) as well as state and federal Historic Tax Credits to bring new life to the old Highland Park Public School. We will discuss unique technical challenges presented when balancing green building, affordable housing, and historic preservation goals.
Sustainable Leadership Awards Celebrating 10 Years
Thanks to all of you who joined us on March 22nd for our Sustainable Leadership Awards and 10th Anniversary celebration!meet the winners
Earth Day 5K Race Without a Trace
Thanks to everyone who joined us on Saturday, April 23rd for our 4th Annual Earth Day 5K Race Without a Trace! We had a blast with all of you – we hope you did, too. Click below for more info, race results, and photos.More