On Thursday, September 19 from 6-7:30 pm, join members of StudioHPDC (151R Adams Street Newton)—the first certified Passive House office building in the state–for an evening get-together and workshop featuring an introductory session for homeowners, buyers, renovators, and others with an interest in energy-efficient homes. Topics include an overview of high-performance buildings (Zero-Energy, LEED, and the Passive House standard), a cost/benefit guide to understanding home performance decisions, and lessons learned in energy-efficient living from a building expert and high-performance homeowner.
Donald Grose has designed and constructed more than 60 energy-efficient, high-performance single-family homes in the United States and internationally, as well as award-winning remodeling and renovation projects, law offices, retail stores, and health care facilities. He is a member of the U.S. Green Building Council, the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association, and the International Living Future Institute. He’s an adjunct faculty member of Boston Architectural College.
Housed in a state-of-the-art Passive House facility, StudioHPDC is a classroom and educational center for sustainable design and construction. They develop and host training courses for consumers, students, architects, and tradespeople of all experience levels, ranging from introductory sessions and overviews to hands-on workshops and certification programs. In addition to training courses, StudioHPDC hosts regular networking and discussion group events and provides resources for all those interested in sustainable construction.
Contact StudioHPDC at (617) 467-4171 or [email protected] with any questions.