On behalf of everyone at Southface we would like to thank you for your participation in this year’s Greenprints Conference! Thanks to you, this year’s conference was an overwhelming success with more than 350 participants. Special thanks to our sponsors and exhibitors who helped make the event valuable for all attendees!
This is a collection of photos from the conference, more are available at www.greenprints.org.
WaterFurnace geothermal systems uses the free, renewable energy found in your own back yard to save on heating, cooling, and hot water costs.
Rob Bennett, CEO of EcoDistricts, delivers keynote address: Disrupting Urban Regeneration – Unlocking the Power of Neighborhood.
Renewable energy solutions provider, Hannah Solar.
Shan Arora, Southface Program Manager, presents Solar for Underserved Markets. Pictured with Chris Brand, President and CEO of Friends of Disabled Adults and Children along with Robbie Slocumb, CEO of Boys & Girls Club.
Beth Exline, Director of Human Resources and Operations at Southface, shares what it means to be a transparent organization.
Central Atlanta Progress/Atlanta Downtown Improvement District (CAP/ADID) is in the process of creating the Downtown Atlanta Master Plan.
Fulcrum Award Winner: Project Tap In
Amber McFarland accepting the Fulcrum Award on behalf of KEEM.
Fulcrum Awards Winner: Proctor Creek North Avenue Watershed Basin: A Green Infrastructure Vision
Jason Dozier, Director of Program Operations at Hire Heroes USA and Na’Taki Osborne Jelks, Co-founder of West Atlanta Watershed Alliance discuss the link between water and equity.
Participants of the Resilience in Atlanta workshop shared ideas on how to improve regional resilience efforts.
Southface Project Engineer Kavin Manickaraj speaking about protocols developed by The Advanced Commercial Building Initiative.
Greenprints atttendees enjoying breakfast
Participants drawing on maps of Lee Street Corridor in Atlanta.
Eric Moncrief, Green Guy Media
Greenprints Session: Maximizing your Utility Savings Potential: Tricks of the Trade for High-Performance Building Operation.
James Lyons, Vice President of Newport Ventures, speaking about zero energy ready homes.
Greenprints Workshop: Opportunities with the Living Building at Georgia Tech.
Howard Wertheimer, AVP of Capital Planning & Space Management, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Pictured: Joshua Gassman, Senior Associate at Lord Aeck Sargent; Alissa Kingsley, Project Architect at Lord Aeck Sargent; Jimmy Mitchell, Project Solutions at Skanska; and Bill Strang, President of Operations and Ecommerce at TOTO USA.
Jennifer Hirsch, Director, Center for Serve-Learn-Sustain, Georgia Institute of Technology.
Green Champions 2017.
Greenprints Workshop: The Business Case for Evidence-Based Design.
Greenprints Session: Deep Dive on the Environmental Justice Academy and EJ2020.
Greenprints Workshop: Energy Equity: Perspectives from Advocates and Utilities.
Shannon Lee, Urban Conservation Manager, The Conservation Fund.
Greenprints Session: The Atlanta Region’s Water Story