SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PERSPECTIVES
Investments in healthier buildings are poised to be a transformative trend in the construction industry. Architects, interior designers, and contractors need to better understand the priorities of their clients. What are the general trends on design and construction practices that have a positive impact on occupant health?
Stay ahead of the trends, join us at our next event.
Interested in Presenting at SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PERSPECTIVES?
Microsol Resources is seeking submissions for proposals from design and construction technology innovators to present at our next events. Are you interested in sharing challenges and benefits to incorporating occupant health?
Please email your proposal for a presentation to Anna Liza Montenegro, Director of Marketing for more information.
Past Events & Resources
Explore and watch some of the highlights from our featured past events.
WORLD GREEN BUILDING TRENDS
Review our previously recorded webinar presented by Dr. Donna Laquidara-Carr, LEED AP of Dodge Data & Analytics, as she discusses why green building is a global priority, but how different markets have different priorities when it comes to sustainability.
THE DRIVE TOWARD HEALTHIER BUILDINGS BY DODGE DATA & ANALYTICS
Investments in healthier buildings are poised to be a transformative trend in the construction industry. Review our webinar as we explore the benefits, impacts, and challenges to incorporating healthier buildings.
ACHIEVING THE 2030 CHALLENGE WITH INSIGHT 360
Are you ready for when all new buildings, developments and major renovations shall be carbon-neutral by 2030? Review our webinar with Ian Molloy from Autodesk AEC Generative Design as he discusses ways to start using Autodesk Insight 360.
Get an inside look into two sustainably-focused pavilion designs that were exhibited on the floor of Greenbuild/ABX. They represent the design thinking and hard work of two BSA Committees, the Open Architecture Collaborative and MakeTANK.
Designing for Energy Efficiency
Current expectations are for design professionals to produce energy efficient buildings – no longer is it a specialty service. Professionals need to be proficient in energy efficient design. The American Institute of Architects (AIA) has adopted the 2030 guidelines for building performance improvements. Learn how you can help you hit the 2030 Commitment targets.