NESEA Pro Tour of the Envi Center

David Dethier shows visitors the kitchen table made from interior wallboards from the original building.

On Friday April 21st, members of the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association came to campus to learn more about the Class of 1966 Environmental Center.

This visit was part of NESEA’s Pro Tour Series, which provide opportunities “for sustainable building professionals to get to see [high performance buildings] projects in progress with their own eyes, share their knowledge and learn from their colleagues.”

Touring around on the outside of the Envi Center

David Dethier (professor of Geosciences), Charley Stevenson ’94 (principal at IES), Amy Johns ’98 (Zilkha Center director), and Mike Evans (Zilkha Center assistant director) shared information about the building during an opening presentation, tour of the building, and closing Q & A.

More about the Pro Tour here

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amy Johns and Charley Stevenson wrapping up their opening presentation

One of the signs made by Quan Do ’19 that will become permanent signage.