About the Webinar

Date: Thursday, February 25, 2021
Time:  12:00 pm PT | 3:00 pm ET | 21:00 CET
Duration: 45 minutes

Designers are taking action to reduce carbon in the concrete materials they choose for projects. In many markets however, transparent information provided by tools such as Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs) is unavailable, complicating these efforts.

Join us for a conversation with design leaders from Thornton Tomasetti and Sustainable Building Partners as they share effective strategies to achieve low-carbon concrete solutions. 

Highlights of this webinar will include:

    • Recommendations on project approaches for reducing embodied carbon in concrete structures
    • A methodology for evaluating concrete mix designs in the absence of EPDs
    • Initial successes in achieving high performance, low-carbon concrete

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About the Speakers

Michael Cropper
Structural Engineer, Thornton Tomasetti

Michael Cropper is a structural engineer with Thornton Tomasetti in their Washington, DC office. He has over fourteen years of experience designing structures for commercial, retail, residential, hospital, government and cultural projects. Michael also gained an increased awareness of global design and construction practices by working for four years in Thornton Tomasetti’s UAE offices. He is currently the project manager for the structural design of a large commercial office complex that is targeting significant reductions in embodied carbon.
Jennifer Wolf
Sustainable Program Manager, Sustainable Building Partners

Jennifer Wolf is a Sustainable Program Manager with Sustainable Building Partners. She co-manages the Sustainability Team which facilitates green building certification and green code compliance for office, retail, multifamily, educational, and hospital projects. In recent years, her work has extended to service development and completion of whole-building life cycle assessments (LCAs), using LEED as a framework for impact reduction. Jennifer researches material performance, collaborates with the design and construction teams, and completes carbon position studies to drive reductions in embodied carbon.