ULI Boston: Living With Heat Report Release Symposium

On November 12, 2019, ULI Boston/New England will release Living with Heat, which details the threat residents of Greater Boston face from extreme heat and offer creative solutions to cool their neighborhoods. ULI will hold a symposium and press conference starting at 8:00 a.m. at the Boston Architectural College, 320 Newbury Street, Boston. Over the summer, ULI Boston/New England Climate…

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Amy Korté Presents at NAIOP’s Navigating the Permitting Maze: A Crash Course on Permitting in Massachusetts

Arrrowstreet President Amy Korté, AIA, LEED AP BD+C, will be presenting at NAIOP’s Navigating the Permitting Maze: A Crash Course on Permitting in Massachusetts workshop. The workshop will focus on permitting basics, as well as more complex issues, such as MEPA, Article 80, Chapter 91 licensing, climate change resiliency, trends in transportation, the importance of community outreach, and more. It…

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Youth Climate Strike

From Friday September 20 to September 27, all over the world people of all ages will be mobilizing to demand transformative action be taken by our world’s governments to address the climate crisis. Building on a historic surge of student protests and strikes for climate action, the September 20 strike comes ahead of the United Nations Summit on Climate Change…

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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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Press

Amy Korté Discusses Parking Garage Innovations with Architectural Record

Continuing Education: Innovations in Parking Garages Originally posted in Architectural Record | March 1, 2019 | by Katharine Logan The way people get around is undergoing a revolution—three revolutions, in fact: electrification, automation, and shared mobility. One of the far-reaching implications of this coming change is that a staid, stolid, and largely unloved building type, the multilevel parking garage, will…

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Arrowstreet Presenting at AIA ’18

This year, Arrowstreet has six staff members presenting at the AIA ’18 Conference on Architecture in New York City. Be sure to check out their sessions! Share Your Voice: Guides for the Future of Equitable Practice (EV204) June 20 | 800am – 12:00pm Featuring: Nicole Martineau AIA Are you interested in building a more equitable workplace, but unsure of how…

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Amy Korte Speaks to Northeastern’s Sustainable Building Organization

Our Principal, Amy Korte recently spoke at Northeastern University’s Sustainable Building Organization on Climate Resilient Design for an Uncertain Future. From Superstorm Sandy in 2012 to the recent “bomb cyclone” in Boston last month, these unusual weather patterns is an eye opener to what we might experience in future. Climate change is real and it’s happening now. As architects we…

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AIA SpeakUp 2017

Last month I attended the AIA SpeakUp 2017, an advocacy leadership workshop. This workshop was a great opportunity to learn key skills necessary in advocacy as well as day-to-day work in architecture, such as effective communication, public speaking, and strategic planning and organization. The conference was sprinkled with informative sessions with Colorado state legislators, Sen. Holbert and Rep. Garnett, media…

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