Better Buildings Challenge Multifamily Webinar - Planning for Resilience in Multifamily Housing: A Portfolio-Wide Approach

Tuesday, November 17, 2020 from 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM EST

As multifamily owners and managers face increasingly critical threats from a range of natural hazards, there has never been a better time for resilience assessments and planning to protect residents, buildings, and infrastructure. This webinar will provide participants with real-world resiliency planning frameworks that can serve as models for property owners and managers. Panelists will delve into topics including making the business case for resilience measures, assessing risks by region, and prioritizing properties. Panelists will also describe how to minimize risk and maintain business continuity through energy efficiency and resilience measures.

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Laurie Schoeman

Laurie Schoeman, M.U.P., leads Enterprise’s efforts to preserve and protect affordable housing across the nation from the risks of changing climate. She is a subject-matter expert in building science; urban planning; climate finance; housing policy; and climate mitigation, adaptation, and resiliency.

Lauren Zullo

Lauren Zullo is the Director of Sustainability and Environmental Impact at Jonathan Rose Companies where she oversees environmental and healthy building design, retrofit, certification, and reporting initiatives.

Tom Chase

Tom Chase joined New Ecology, Inc. (NEI) in 2014 and provides energy efficiency, climate adaptation, and green building certification guidance for projects. He leads NEI's climate change resilience work, and has developed climate change resilience assessment protocols and tools to complement NEI’s energy and water audit processes and building design services.

Nathalie Beauvais

Nathalie Beauvais is principal for the climate change practice at Kleinfelder. She leads the planning and implementation of strategic plans, sustainable and resilient design guidelines, and management expertise of large Real Estate (RE) portfolios for several municipalities and state agencies in the Northeast.

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