Do green buildings matter to you? This podcast fuels your fire with inspiring interviews from industry and nonprofit leaders across the built environment.
Not sure if green building matters? Listen to the personal stories of our guests and let Charlie’s passion help convince you why green buildings are essential to our shared future.
Each episode illustrates a unique journey through sustainability and towards resilience. Charlie explores the challenges and celebrations of the movers and shakers in the green building industry.
Hear behind the scene stories from the inner world of green and healthy building design, construction, and management.
HEAPY Solutions’ Michael Berning and MEP Emerging Trends
Michael is responsible for the development of new markets and services and to provide corporate leadership for HEAPY Solutions (the wholly owned Construction Management subsidiary of HEAPY). In this role, his team develops the “what’s next” to enhance client service experience and produce colleague advancement opportunities.
Austin, TX’s Gail Vittori and Maximizing Building Potential
“2020. It's the year of letting us see where the cracks are and what we need to focus on. I'm really sort of taking this time as a wake up call to pay attention to those cracks and to do what we can in our small way to address them in terms of the way we approach our work, our relationships with other organizations and to hopefully come out of this with some clarity in terms of what is the new pattern language going forward.”
- Gail Vittori
Healthy Building and Landscapes with Rebecca Bryant
Rebecca Dunn Bryant, AIA co-founded W A T E R S H E D in 2008 in order to build expertise around affordable, sustainable building solutions for a hot humid climate, create built environments that inspire a greater connection with the natural world, and to perform work in the spirit of collaboration, sharing information with her clients and community.
Canadian LEED Fellow and Green Building Expert Josee Lupien
“If you believe in what you're doing and how you can change the world, go for it. I encourage you to jump in the green building movement. Absolutely!”
GSA’s Sustainability Program Manager and LEED Fellow - Lance Davis
“All of that was sort of born out of a common group and challenging ourselves about the future. I think it’s been super important continuing to build those relationships and continuing to challenge our thinking. It’s where we come up with that next big idea and find the right people to help us implement it -- relationships.”
- Lance Davis
Sustainable Principal Jean Hansen of HDR Architecture
“It's not too late for anyone to consider learning and adopting sustainability for whatever type of work you're doing because luckily the green building movement or the sustainability movement in general needs people with any and all skills. I say that with all truthfulness and sincerity, and there's always a way to combine sustainability to any and all phases of our work. Your voice is incredibly important and we can only be stronger when we're stronger together.”
- Jean Hansen
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Eric Corey Freed episode
Just listened to this. Great episode. Smart guy with a sense of humour and a ton of passion. Good structure of interviews with some interesting questions.