Venue
TBA
TBA, Washington

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Location TBA
Washington
Region Americas
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Built Green is the holistic green home certification program of the Master Builders Association of King and Snohomish Counties. In addition to certifying green homes, remodels, apartments, and communities, we cultivate a member network of companies and individuals involved in the green building industry, and research and market the human and environmental benefits of green building.

Speakers

2018 Speakers:

Vien Truong
Chief Executive Officer, The Dream Corps

Jon Belmont
What We Do With Data in the Dark: Using Data to Transform the Market for High-Performance Homes

David Bennink
Deconstruction for Environmental, Social, and Financial Benefit

Bec Chapin
In Search of Efficiency and Margin: What the Heck Is Prefab and How Do I Use It?

Ted Clifton Jr.
Bridging Innovation and Affordability: How to Build the Greenest House Possible Without Compromising on Aesthetics or Breaking the Bank

Matthew Combe
Effectively Advocating for Green Building Policy

Kinley Deller
Deconstruction for Environmental, Social, and Financial Benefit

Tina Dilegge
Carbon Smart Building: Focus on Embodied Carbon

Marisa Hagney
The Case for Nature at Our Fingertips

Hodan Hassan
Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Justin Hooks
Workshop: How to Use Business as a Force for Good

Monica Huang
Carbon Smart Building: Focus on Embodied Carbon

Emily Kemper
What We Do With Data in the Dark: Using Data to Transform the Market for High-Performance Homes

Amy King
Building a Sustainable Labor Force

Andri Kofmehl
Bridging Innovation and Affordability: How to Build the Greenest House Possible Without Compromising on Aesthetics or Breaking the Bank

Marty Kooistra
Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Sam Lai
Green Talk: How to Build Thriving Communities

Rose Lathrop
Effectively Advocating for Green Building Policy

Michael Maddux
Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Tim McGee
The Case for Nature at Our Fingertips

Issaquah Mayor Mary Lou Pauly
Mayors' Forum on Green Building

Kathleen Petrie
Code Green: Get Involved in Your Codes and Laws

Veena Prasad
Bridging Innovation and Affordability: How to Build the Greenest House Possible Without Compromising on Aesthetics or Breaking the Bank

Patti Southard
Mayors' Forum on Green Building

Jamie Stroble
Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Diane Sugimura
Development and Displacement: A Discussion on Equitable Social Impacts

Arlington Mayor Barbara Tolbert
Mayors' Forum on Green Building

Kirkland Mayor Amy Walen
Mayors' Forum on Green Building

Amy Wheeless
Code Green: Get Involved in Your Codes and Laws

Dan Wildenhaus
What We Do With Data in the Dark: Using Data to Transform the Market for High-Performance Homes