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Embodied Carbon: What Precast/Prestressed Concrete Producers Need to Know
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The green building landscape continues to evolve as government and industry interest in reducing carbon emissions grows. But what does this mean for concrete producers, what opportunities does this present and what role can your business have in reducing embodied carbon?

Join sustainability experts Emily Lorenz, PE, Consulting Engineer, and Allison Palmer, Sr. Manager, Market Development, CarbonCure to learn about the growing movement to reduce carbon emissions from buildings and construction and the opportunity this presents for precast/prestressed concrete producers.

Learning Objectives:
  • What embodied carbon is and what it means to your concrete business
  • What embodied carbon tools can help your business (EPDs, LCAs)
  • Emerging embodied carbon codes and standards precast producers should know about
  • Low carbon/embodied carbon solutions

Allison Palmer, Sr. Market Development Manager, CarbonCure Technologies
As the Senior Market Development Manager for CarbonCure Technologies, Allison Palmer drives CarbonCure's mission to reduce 500 million tonnes of annual carbon emissions from the concrete industry. In her role, Allison collaborates closely with designers and builders who seek to reduce the carbon impact of their building and infrastructure projects. Allison lives in Cleveland, Ohio (Go Browns!) with her husband and black lab, and enjoys golfing when the weather permits.

Emily Lorenz, PE, Independent Consultant
Emily Lorenz, PE, is an independent consultant in the areas of LCA, EPDs, PCRs, green building, and sustainability. She serves as an engineer in the areas of green structures and practices, energy efficiency, thermal properties, and moisture mitigation. Lorenz also specializes in building code and standards work and advocacy. Lorenz actively participates as vice-chair of the Envelope Subcommittee developing the commercial provisions of the 2024 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC), and as a voting member of several committees including the 2024 IECC Commercial Committee, the ASTM International Committee E60 on Sustainability, and the American Concrete Institute’s building code subcommittee on sustainability. She also serves as an expert to ISO TC59\SC17\WG3 Environmental Declarations of Products, and as a consultant member to the Envelope Subcommittee of ASHRAE 90.1.
Availability: On-Demand
Cost: FREE
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