Kate Bubriski Leads Net Zero Workshop

Arrowstreet’s Director of Sustainability and Building Performance, Kate Bubriski, AIA LEED AP BD+C, Fitwel Ambassador, will be leading a Net Zero workshop at the Zero Energy Buildings in New England forum. The forum will feature national and local design and development experts. Attendees will learn about current market drivers and approaches to zero energy buildings. This forum will highlight local…

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Arrowstreet Presents at ABX 2019

We are excited to be presenting two sessions at ABX 2019, Enhancing Educational Spaces with Environmental Graphics and The Journey to Triple Net Zero! Arrowstreet’s Director of Graphic Design, Lauren Haggerty, Graphic Designer Donald Suthard, and Project Manager Steve Zuber AIA, LEED AP, will be presenting Enhancing Educational Spaces with Environmental Graphics on 11/6 at 2:30pm. Their presentation will explore:…

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King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex Opening Celebration

Please join us Saturday, 10/26, for the Opening Celebration of the King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex! This event is open to the public and is a great opportunity to tour the building and see first-hand how we built the first Net Zero Emissions school in Massachusetts. The design incorporates many energy efficiency technologies, featuring nearly 3,600 photovoltaic…

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King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex USGBC Green Building of the Year

We are excited to share that our King Open/Cambridge Street Upper Schools & Community Complex project has been announced as the USGBC Green Building of the Year! Arrowstreet, in association with William Rawn Associates, worked with the City of Cambridge to leverage this entire complex into a fully utilized community resource, allowing for after hours and weekend use of the…

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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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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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See You at the ULI Spring Meeting!

As a member of ULI’s Responsible Property Investment Council (RPIC), Principal Jim Batchelor FAIA will be attending this year’s ULI Spring Meeting in Nashville, TN. Learn more about ULI here: https://spring.uli.org/

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Veg Out This Earth Month

Earth Day started in 1970 as a national plea to bring focus to the importance of our environment. Celebrations took place in two thousand colleges and universities, roughly ten thousand primary and secondary schools, and hundreds of communities across the United States. Now, in 2019, it has become a global movement for people to come together and celebrate the common…

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