Fēnix to Speak at US Green Building Council’s Regenerative Development Forum
This August, Hart Starr Crawford, Project Manager, Fēnix Energy is joining the US Green Building Council, Veolia North America and DLR Group to speak at the CREI Forum on the topic of Regenerative Development in North Denver. Regenerative Development is defined as the process of cultivating the capacity and capability in people, communities, and other natural systems to renew, sustain, and thrive. During the event Hart will explore how developers, municipalities and utilities can leverage high rise buildings and mixed-use developments to harvest, store and trade thermal energy, and the collaborations required to develop, preserve and replenish scarce resources using water, thermal energy and design as a source of innovation.
- Jocelyn Hittle, Director of Denver Operational Initiatives, Colorado State University
- Mike Biselli, President, Catalyst Health Tech – Moderator
- Kelly Leid, Executive Director at Office of the National Western Center, City of Denver
- Anne Hayes, Partner, Westfield Company
About CREI Forum
At the 2017 Commercial Real Estate Forum, the Ethic of Regeneration is being explored and how it can be used to guide all planning, design, construction and operational components of the National Western Center redevelopment plan. Learn more.
More than 20 years ago, the US Green Building Council was established to help advance better buildings in our everyday lives. Rick Fedrizzi, David Gottfried and Mike Italiano established USGBC with a mission to promote sustainability-focused practices in the building and construction industry. Learn more.