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Craig Miles, Vice President, National Sales, OSB Marketing and Planning for LP Building Solutions, discusses diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in our industry. How the issue is linked to sustainability and the efforts to increase DEI as we face a critical labor shortage.
Tammy Clark, an OSHA-trained consultant with more than 20 years of experience in the building trades, explains what workers need to know about mask mandates as cases of COVID-19 variants trend upward. Time for some straight talk on the law when it comes to mandates.
Lendlease Communities provides privatized military housing to service members, and they also have some of the most ambitious sustainability, carbon and ESG goals in the multifamily space. We’re joined by Sara Neff, Head of ESG at Lendlease, to talk about these efforts.
Lora Ferrazzo-Bourck joined us to discuss empowering diversity and inclusion within the building enclosure industry. Lora is a Member of the Board of Directors for the Southern Ontario Chapter of IIBEC and works with their Diversity and Inclusion Task Force Team.
The renewable energy industry is facing a critical worker shortage with an expected 12 million new employees needed in the industry by 2050. Elizabeth Sanderson, Executive Director of Solar Energy International, talks about how businesses can upskill employees to capitalize on the growth of the industry.
Experts are in the thick of developing the 2024 national model energy code—the code that informs how new buildings are constructed. The Natural Resources Defense Council’s Lauren Urbanek discusses how the code development looks a lot different this year than it has in the past.