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New York State Mass Timber Symposium and Green Buildings Conference

The Marriott in Downtown Syracuse

100 East Onondaga St.
Syracuse, NY 13202
United States

New York State Mass Timber Symposium and Green Buildings Conference

SUNY ESF Holds New York State's First Mass Timber Symposium

The SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry will be hosting the state's first mass timber symposium. The symposium will take place on April 1st, 2020 prior to the 18th annual Green Buildings Conference on April 2nd and 3rd. 

The mission of the New York State Green Building Conference is to promote, educate and support green building design, construction and processes. As the premier green building conference in the Northeast, this event has fostered growth by consistently bringing together top green building researchers, educators, and practitioners.

The Mass Timber Symposium will build capacity in the New York state architecture, engineering, and construction communities to design and deliver the full potential this new approach offers. Experts in the emerging field of mass timber construction will share information about topics including current projects, upcoming code changes, and keys on how to deliver a successful mass timber project in North America. The afternoon discussion will extend to include the European experience and the future of mass timber in North America.

Conference participants will represent many industries including architecture, engineering, construction, consulting, deconstruction, landscape architecture, government, higher education, K-12 education, state agencies, real estate, and management firms. The Green Buildings Conference is hosted by the SUNY College for Environmental Science and Forestry in partnership with the U.S Green Building Council New York Upstate and the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems. 

To learn more about sponsoring this event and registering today, visit the Green Buildings Conference website!

Mass Timber Symposium Agenda