Join Arrowstreet for the 32nd Annual Boston Preservation Alliance Achievement Awards

The evening will be hosted by award-winning Journalist Katie Couric and include stunning visual narratives of this year’s outstanding projects that reveal there is always more to the story. Arrowstreet’s Jim Batchelor will be honored with a President’s Award as well as the Dillaway-Thomas House. Bestowed annually since 1988, the Preservation Achievement Awards honor outstanding achievements in historic preservation and…

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Gabriela Baierle is a Panelist at Leadership Across Generations: A WIA Connecticut Leadership & Equity Summit

Arrowstreet Associate Gabriela Baierle is a panelist at the second annual Leadership and Equity Summit. She will be joining a group of nationally recognized and forward-thinking architects, business strategists, and thought leaders to lead a conversation on the future of practice. This event aims to build equity, diversity, inclusion, and justice in our firms, our profession, and our communities. Action…

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Amy Korté Speaks on NEREJ Panel “Women Breaking Barriers in Diversification”

Arrowstreet President Amy Korté will be joining a virtual panel discussion on September 15th with fellow female thought-leaders in the real estate industry to discuss and share their experiences on how they’ve broken down barriers in diversification. To learn more and to register, click here.

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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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Nicole Voss Speaks at Building Energy Boston

Arrowstreet Associate Nicole Voss, AIA, LEED Green Associate, will be speaking at Building Energy Boston on Zero Energy Buildings in Massachusetts and How to Save Money from the Start on August 14. The number one obstacle to Zero Energy (ZE) buildings is the perception of increased cost. This session will debunk this myth. Utilizing readily available products, practices and technologies,…

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Kate Bubriski Speaks at “Urban Geothermal to Electrify Heating and Cooling”

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, will be joining Boston University’s Institute for Sustainable Energy and The Boston Green Ribbon Commission for their first GRCx Series Webinar on Urban Geothermal to Electrify Heating and Cooling Systems Carbon neutral buildings in cities were considered a pipe dream only a few years ago, but necessary to address climate change….

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Aline Trindade Speaks at Creatives of Color in Design: Their Stories

Arrowstreet Senior Interior Designer, Aline Trindade, will be joining MiD Collective’s round table discussion, Creatives of Color in Design: Their Stories, on July 15th. This round table will feature members of the MiD Collective as they share their experiences as people of color in the interior design industry. This will be a moderated discussion with Q&A as well as announcement…

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Anna Vaivoda Awarded 2020 CREW Educational Foundation Scholarship

Congratulations to Arrowstreet Interior Designer, Anna Vaivoda, on being a recipient of the CREW Boston Educational Foundation 2020 Scholarship! The CREW Boston Educational Foundation, established in 2009 as a 501(c)(3) charitable foundation of CREW Boston, is a fund that supports the CREW Boston Educational Foundation Scholarship. The scholarship is awarded to a female student entering her junior or senior year…

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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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Getting to Net Zero in Schools is Achievable! Showcasing Successful Net Zero Schools Around the U.S. Webinar

This one-hour webinar will highlight two projects that demonstrate the proof-of concept in zero energy school construction: King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex in Cambridge, MA and Richardsville Elementary in Warren County, KY (which has been operating at zero energy since 2010). This webinar will weave the experiences and lessons learned of districts and technical experts as they…

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