Launched in 2012, “Green Voice” is the sustainable educational brand for NEWH. The success has been tremendous. Conferences around the country are looking to include NEWH Green Voice Conversations in their programs.

“Green Voice can bring together people from a variety of disciplines to create a unique conversation that appeals to everyone’s environmental common sense.”—DAVID MAHOOD

“When you come to a Green Voice seminar you are going to be hearing from experts in the field. I always come away from a Green Voice session with new insights and ideas that I can apply to my work.”—GARY GOLLA

Attend NEWH Green Voice Conversations in 2018 at BDwest, HD Expo & BDNY
NEWH Green Voice Conversations at BDWest in NEWH booth #1347 – plan to join us!

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 11:30am – 12:00pm NEWH booth 1347

Savings Realized: Integrated Building and Technology

The discussion will review a Marriott Hotel case study which is making use of integrated technology systems that reduced hard construction costs, soft operating costs, and provided enhanced user controllability.

Moderator: Mary Ann Thornam, Academic Coordinator, Interior Design at The Art Institute of Colorado
Panelist: Brian Ensign, Vice President, Strategic Solutions, Superior Essex
Panelist: Lisa Isaccson, Chief Business Development Officer, NuLED’s Lighting-over-IP

Food and beverage served at Noon

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 12:00pm – 12:30pm NEWH booth 1347
Making LEED Easy: A Materials & Resources Discussion

Join us in reviewing Retail and Hospitality LEEDv4 case studies where we will explore the complexities of Materials + Resources and Low Emitting Materials credits. Attendees will gain an understanding of the advantages provided through collaboration with 3rd party tools such as Green Badger.

Moderator: Stacey Olson, C.I.D., LEED AP + ID&C/BD&C, Associate, Gensler Newport Beach
Speaker: Tommy Linstroth, CEO, Green Badger, LLC

Wednesday, April 4, 2018 12:30pm – 1:00pm NEWH booth 1347
A Rising Tide: Designing Luxury Space Resistant to Future Climate Change

Designing luxury space which addresses resilience to rising sea level, soil erosion and severe weather events is the future of island development. Speaker Michael Hill, D.Arch. elaborates on thoughts for a resilient future.

Moderator: Cara Rude, ASID, LEED AP BD+C, WELL AP, Associate Principal, Director of Interior Design, McCool Carlson Green
Speaker: Mike Hill, D. Arch., Architectural Designer, Gensler

Interested in being a NEWH Green Voice speaker or moderating a session? Submit for consideration