November 10, 2020 / November 12, 2020
"Greenbuild International Conference & Expo is moving its 2020 event to an all-virtual format. The capstone event will take place November 10-12. This cutting-edge virtual experience will include all the key elements attendees and partners have come to expect from our physical event. Interactive and collaborative education sessions, continuing education, virtual booths, future-focused keynotes from high-profile voices and valuable networking."


November 18, 2020 / 8:00am

"In the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic comes a dramatic shift from commercial office space to the shelter-at-home live/work paradigm. When a home doesn’t necessarily have to be tied to a company’s workplace location, the three-decades old jobs/housing imbalance, overnight, has ended in the zombie/office apocalypse. Learn how Live/Work will permanently transform our physical urban and suburban communities."

Speakers: Ric. Abramson, FAIA; Tom Dolan; Geoff Morgan; Jonathan Segal, FAIA

Moderated by PYATOK's Adrianne Steichen, AIA


November 19, 2020 / 12:00pm

"Resources for Community Development invites you to celebrate the opening of St. Paul's Commons. Our new project brings together 45 affordable housing apartments with community-serving spaces operated by St. Paul's Episcopal Church and new facilities for Trinity Center, a program providing weekday support to people experiencing homelessness and low-income, working adults. 

"Join us for the premiere of RCD's new video which highlights the innovative partnership between St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Trinity Center, the City of Walnut Creek and RCD that led to the development of this thriving new community."

EQxD SESSION 2: J.E.D.I. + Health

November 20, 2020 / 11:00am
"The coronavirus pandemic and the disproportionate toll it has taken on BIPOC communities has exposed egregious inequities in our health care systems and the fact that entrenched policies and practices have resulted in negative impacts to the health of those with BIPOC identities. These now urgent concerns about race and health also pull into focus intersectional issues of gender, sexuality, and bodily diversity in relation to the health and healthcare of women and LGBTQIA+, neurodiverse and physical health-challenged identities. How do these issues play out in designed spaces? How can we redesign our cities to provide accessibility, mobility, safety and a sense of belonging to all inhabitants? Can we learn from the principles of universal design to expand our understanding of just, equitable, and inclusive experiences for all? How can we re-examine our work on access to healthcare to address issues of inequity in care? How is the restriction of access to public space and natural environments limited by racist and unjust environmental policies and practices that impact health?"


November 30, 2020 / 12:00pm

"By aligning advocacy conversations and policy objectives with design strategies, new housing solutions can influence how equitably-designed neighborhoods might mature and can provide access to wealth building and healthier, thoughtfully programmed, sustainable, resilient, and environmentally-responsive living patterns more successfully."

Earn 1 LU | HSW for attending.

Moderated by PYATOK's Adrianne Steichen, AIA