Event Name: Corporate Real Estate & Sustainability – Beyond the Buzzword
Event Date: September 10, 2019
Event Start Time: 7:30 am
Event End Time: 9:30 am
Event Location: WeWork
33 Arch Street
Boston, MA 02111
How can being “green” make your business better? Join the Young Leaders Professional Development Program for a panel discussion, featuring speakers from MIT, Millennium Partners Boston, EDGE Technologies and Iron Mountain, about how to move beyond the buzzwords to address financially and environmentally responsible design. Learn how sustainability can increase recruitment and retention and improve employee productivity, while providing a higher return on investment. Our expert panelists represent all corners of the CRE industry and will share their experiences conveying why doing what’s right for the environment can translate to doing right for your business.
This panel discussion is brought to you by the Young Leadership Professional Development Class of 2019.
Dan Anninos, Iron Mountain
Dan Anninos is a Vice President, Global FM and EM Project Delivery for Iron Mountain. In this role Dan leads Iron Mountain’s Global Sustainability Program. Iron Mountain in partnership with CBRE was recently awarded the Professional Excellence award by CoreNet Global for accelerating environmental performance without up-front capital, utilizing EaaS delivery.
John E. Fernandez, MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative
John Fernández is a professor of architecture, building technology and sustainable design at MIT. He is founder and director of the MIT Urban Metabolism Group and is also director of the MIT Environmental Solutions Initiative, a major Institute-wide effort to enable the very best research and scholarship for a low-carbon and sustainable future. He is a practicing architect, founder and principal of MDO with design credits on more than 2 million square feet of commercial, residential and institutional space.
Brad Mahoney, MP Boston
Brad Mahoney is responsible for all aspects of MP Boston’s commercial development, including design, construction, leasing and tenant coordination. In addition, he also leads the sustainability and technology on MP Boston’s next Boston project, an iconic 1.5 million square foot project in Winthrop Square. Brad joined MP Boston in 2012 and oversaw the restoration of the historic Burnham Building, the former Filene’s Building, in Downtown Crossing. He was also on the development team for Millennium Tower, which is Boston’s tallest residential building.
Ryan Sullivan, EDGE Technologies
Ryan heads up the development team for EDGE Technologies’ US team where he is responsible for leading activities along the development lifecycle, including forming project teams, obtaining entitlement approvals, and leading design and construction efforts. EDGE’s Blueprint is a set of holistic design, construction and operations principals that incorporate sustainability, tenant wellness and health, smart technology and innovative design from the onset of the project planning process that lead to higher performing buildings inclusive of technology functions that benefit the operating staff as well as the individual tenants.
Max Capacity: 100
Members End User - No Cost
Member Service Provider - $65.00
Non-Member End User - $75.00
Non-Member Service Provider - $85.00
Talent in Transition- No Cost
Service Provider Talent in Transition- $25
Pre-Registration Deadline: August 27, 2019
Additional Cost Beyond Deadline: $20.00