Kate Bubriski Speaks at Embodied Carbon 101: Making the Case

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, will be speaking at Embodied Carbon 101: Making the Case on August 17. The Embodied Carbon 101 (EC101) series will give AEC professionals foundational embodied carbon knowledge and empower them to incorporate carbon considerations into their work. Rather than attempting to provide all introductory information with a single program, this series…

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Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence

Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice will be facilitating the BSA’s Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence, PT. 1 on Tuesday, 6/30 and PT. 2 on Tuesday, 7/14. This session will be equal parts presentation and discussion, and is the first of two sessions on Intercultural Competence. Guides for Equitable Practice: Intercultural Competence, Part 2, will take place on Tuesday, July 14….

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Each One Makes: Hands-On Design Activities Inspired by International Women’s Day

Join us to explore interior design, landscape design, engineering and architecture through hands-on making and take home your designs to inspire your pathway to a design career. Led by designers from the Women in Design (WID) community, children age five-14 are invited to celebrate International Women’s Day and the 2020 theme #EachforEqual as they explore, create, and design with professionals…

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The Story of a Development: Congress Square

Join the BSA Emerging Professionals Network (EPNet) and the ULI Young Leaders Group (YLG) for a joint panel discussion that tells the story of Congress Square on February 5th from 6-8pm. A thoughtful combination of the old and the new in Downtown Boston’s Post Office Square, this addition-renovation finds a balance between the traditional preservation of historic buildings and complete…

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Emily Grandstaff-Rice Awarded the Women in Design Award of Excellence

Arrowstreet Senior Associate Emily Grandstaff-Rice was chosen by the Boston Society of Architects Women in Design Awards Committee as a recipient of the Women in Design Award of Excellence. Other recipients include Dr. Luciana Burdi of Massport and Gina Ford of Agency Landscape + Planning. The honor recognizes individuals who have built one’s life around design, whose work exemplifies the…

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Kate Bubriski Presents: The Journey to Triple Net Zero at BSA COTE

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability, Kate Bubriski AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Fitwel Ambassador, will be presenting on the Journey to Triple Net Zero at the BSA’s COTE: Sustainability Raid-Fire tonight! Don’t miss out on the rapid-fire session where members of the community will give sneak previews of upcoming conference presentations (ABX, Greenbuild, etc) as well as exciting work and challenges they’ve…

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Arrowstreet at Embodied Carbon in Buildings

Join the conversation with Arrowstreet as we attend the BSA’s Embodied Carbon in Buildings conference. The day-long summit focuses on the massive volumes of carbon emissions that are tied to building materials and construction. Embodied Carbon in Buildings invites leading-edge practitioners and researchers to share their findings on the impacts and opportunities of materials and products, and share strategies for…

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WiD Storytelling for Design: Origin Stories

Arrowstreet Senior Associate Jessica Bessette AIA will be a panelist at the Women in Design Storytelling for Design: Origin Stories event on May 29, 2019. The Women In Design Professional Development Committee is hosting a three-part series of events on “Storytelling for Design,” looking at three different aspects of how crafting impactful stories can help better convey who we are…

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Join Kate Bubriski at BSA COTE

Don’t miss out on Kate Bubriski‘s presentation at the Boston Society of Architect’s (BSA) on Occupant Engagement in Getting to Zero. Occupant Engagement In Getting to Zero As the architecture and engineering industry continues to focus on improving the energy performance of buildings, it’s clear that some energy saving measures are outside the designer’s control. Occupants play a significant role…

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