Residential Journey Map

The Residential Journey Map is a very specific attendee experience designed to guide your three-day experience at Greenbuild on topics that are of specific interest to you and your profession.

It includes education sessions, distinctive products, solutions and technology, and experiential learning opportunities. Greenbuild will bring together sectors of the green building industry who believes every building should be a green building, especially in single and multi-family homes. 

Education

Join us with some of the brightest minds in the fields of sustainability, community development, environmental justice, design, affordable housing, public health, and more at this year’s Summit in Chicago, when we come together to explore and define what lies ahead at the nexus of sustainable development and social equity.


Education: Sessions within the Greening Residential Track

A11 - Historic Masonry Retrofit: Past Becomes Future. Speakers: Laura Blau (BluPath Design Inc), Paul Thompson (IEI Architects)

B11 - Health and Housing: The Next Frontier in Development. Speakers: Chrissa Pagitsas (Director, Green Financing Business at Fannie Mae), Mark Delisi (Vice President  of Corporate Responsibility at AvalonBay Communities), Lisa  Creighton (Vice President, Strategy and Development at Center for Active Design)

C11 - 3 Midwest Multifamily Affordable PHIUS Certified Projects. Speakers: James Lewis (Heartland Housing), Lisa White (Passive House Institute US), Charlene Andreas (Latin United Community Housing Association), Sharon Mathes (Executive Director at Granite City Housing Authority)

D11 - Frameworks for Enhancing Sustainability in Communities. Speakers: Kristine Argue (Illinois Education Association-NEA), Barbara Wilson (Presbytery of Chicago)

E11 - Energy Conservation's Newest Frontier: Engaging the Multifamily Community. Speakers: Michael Zatz (Manager, ENERGY STAR Commercial Buildings, at U.S. Environmental Protection Agency), Peter Zadoretzky (Director of Sustainability at Bozzuto Management Company)

F11 - Commitment to Construction: Solar Power on Public Housing. Speakers: Benjamin Foster (ICF), Ellen Sargent (Chicago Housing Authority), William Rodríguez Rodríguez (Puerto Rico Public Housing Administration), Bomee Jung (Vice President, Energy & Sustainability at New York City Housing Authority)

G11 - Utility Benchmarking Glory: Lessons from the BBC MF Sector. Speakers: Leslie Zarker (ICF), Caitlin Rood (Mercy Housing), Tina Brake (Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority)

H11 - A Debate on Density: A Research-based Approach. Speakers: Christopher Drew (Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture), Antony Wood (Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat), Sara Beardsley (Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture)

Tours