Back by popular demand! Following the success of last year’s Reimagining Housing Networking Lounge, as part of the EQ Awards, EnerQuality presents the newly designed, FREE event: the Housing Innovation Lounge and Keynote!
Registration now open! Following the Keynote, connect with colleagues, homebuilding leaders and industry experts for an exciting and thought provoking discussion.
Join us June 15th, from 1-3pm EST
Keynote Presentation: Why the Housing Industry is Long Overdue for Disruption
Virtually every major industry has experienced, or is in the process of experiencing disruption. The housing industry is experiencing five crises driving four disruptions that will transform an industry totally resistant to change. And high-performance is not enough to survive…not nearly enough. Will you be ready?
Hear from one of North America’s leading building scientists, former Chief Architect from the US DOE Building Technologies Office, Sam Rashkin, as he shares insights on how America’s first cost-dominated business model is facing inevitable disruption. Then, engage in discussions with Canadian industry experts on optimization strategies that combat these disruptions and keep Canada’s building industry ahead of the curve.
Presented by: Sam Rashkin, Former Chief Architect,
US DOE Building Technologies Office, Author and Speaker
Sam has earned a national reputation for his work with thousands of homebuilders and leading housing programs in the U.S. such as ENERGY STAR® Certified Home and Zero Energy Ready Home programs. Over two million certified high-performance homes have now been built south of the border.
Register today! Facilitated by expert innovators, we invite you to share your point of view on industry disruptions, challenges, and new and proven solutions. We’ll be exploring opportunities for innovation on these subject areas:
Open space development, renewables, fit to space homes and more. How will we continue to develop our communities to meet these interests?
Design is a core concept to deliver high-performance and quality buildings. What are you seeing impact the present design process and where will future influences come from?
How do we adapt areas of performance building such as building science, IAQ, water efficiency and the resilience of homes, to meet new expectations and demands?
How are we combating present and future challenges in the building process to ensure a heightened quality product for homeowners in an affordable and sustainable way?
Is this style of selling here to stay? How are you maximizing the home buying experience for your customers?
Guest Facilitators Include:
Corey Diamond – Community
Larry Brydon – Design
Vice President Business Development & Regulatory Affairs
CRICKET ENERGY HOLDINGS INC.
Jack Zhou – Performance
A&J Energy Consultants
Michael Lio – Quality
Stefanie Coleman – Sales
Marketing & Business Development Manager
Building Knowledge Canada