5:30- 7:00pm: Panel Discussion
Passivhaus, passive house, LEED, Pretty Good, Living Building, Net Zero-What do they mean and is it worth it?
Jesper Kruse- Maine Passive House
Phil Kaplan-Kaplan Thompson Architects
Dan Kolbert-Kolbert Construction
Ian Johnson-Signature Sustainability
Caleb Johnson-Caleb Johnson Architects + Builders
Jesse Thompson-Kaplan Thompson Architects
Passive house concepts were originally developed for larger residential and commercial buildings. Meet three developers who have defined their projects by aiming for passive house standardsi n affordable housing, market rate and mixed use buildings. CLT has been getting lots of attention in Maine lately. Be introduced to one group’s vision of grand scale CO2 sequestration and urban construction through the use of Maine produced CLT. Learn about the motivations, lessons learned and vision for the future.
8:30am: Morning coffee
9:00-9:50am: Village Center, ME’s largest PH building
Erin Cooperrider, CHOM + Ben Walter,CWS Architects
10:00-10:50am: Infill projects in greater Boston
Declan O’Keefe, Placetailor
10:50-11:30am: Light Lunch
11:30-12:30pm: Massive PH project in Kansas City, MO.
Jonathan Arnold, Arnold Development Group
12:45-1:45pm: Timber City; a vision of urban landscape built with CLT produced from Maine’s forests
Alan Organschi, Gray Organschi Architects
Join Jonathan Arnold for a conversation about passive house residential and commercial development. Jonathan has offered to entertain a smaller group of developers, giving honest answers to tough questions. see the flyer here