Take your sustainable building work further and innovate! Join USGBC Wyoming at the LEED Silver® Hotel Terra for a full agenda of inspirational and informative speakers and activities provided for your professional development.
Innovate attendees will leave inspired to further advance the green building movement. GBCI and AIA CEUs will be available.
Registration — Conference tickets are between $120-140.
Volunteers — Event volunteers are welcome; please contact Katie Dahlgren.
|1:45 p.m.||Education Session: Embodied Carbon in our Future Cities||David Shoook, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP|
|3 p.m.||Education Session: Working toward Passive & Net Zero||Meghan Hanson, Natural Dwellings Architecture|
|4 p.m.||Education Session: Design for Performance Based Standards||Phillip Saieg, Skander Spies, McKinstry|
Friday, Oct. 21
|9:45 a.m.||Education Session: Commissioning to Achieve Intended Performance||Jarrell Wenger, Engineering Economics|
|11 a.m.||Education Session: Net Zero = Thoughtful Planning + Energy Modeling + Operational Feedback||Katy Hollbacher, Beyond Efficiency|
|1 p.m.||Education session: The Future of High Performance Design||Tom Hootman, Kate Du Mez, MKK Consulting|
Thursday, Oct. 20
Eric Corey Freed
LEED AP, Hon. FIGP
Eric Corey Freed is a licensed architect (California, New Mexico, Arizona), a recognized pioneer in the tradition of Organic Architecture, first developed by Frank Lloyd Wright, and a lifetime proponent of individualism and sustainability. His dynamic speaking style and engaging topics will inspire Innovate attendees to further advance the green building movement.
Friday, Oct. 21
Founder of GreenSpur
Mark was born and raised here in Jackson Hole on the Triangle X family ranch just north of town and went on to found GreenSpur 10 years ago. His green building projects have been featured in many national publications and include the first carbon neutral, LEED Platinum homes in D.C. and Virginia. Mark’s passion is anything that can marry great design with true sustainability.