Date: Friday, Oct 16

Time: 10:30 am – 11:30 am PDT

Venue: Zoom link will be provided through registration system prior to event


Matthew Mills, Energy Advisor, TRC & Oregon Multifamily Energy Program for OHCS


Duane Woik, Owner, Oregon Green Raters LLC
Melissa Soots, Project Manager, Carleton Hart Architecture
Renee Moseley, Associate Director, Bridge Meadows

Housing developments – for new or existing buildings – are costly, time-intensive projects that require coordination between countless stakeholders. Revisiting lessons learned from past construction projects is a valuable practice that can save time, money and many headaches for future endeavors. In this panel presentation, participants will hear from Duane Woik (owner of Oregon Green Raters LLC), Melissa Soots (Project Manager at Carleton Hart Architecture), and Renee Mosely (Associate Director at Bridge Meadows) about how they have reduced risk on new projects by leveraging the lessons learned from past projects. This panel will be moderated by Matthew Mills (Energy Advisor for Oregon Housing and Community Services’ Oregon Multifamily Energy Program (OR-MEP)), who will lead panelists in a discussion about their experience applying lessons learned to ensure successful project design, funding applications, sustainability goals, building operations, and resident engagement in low-income housing developments.