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BCT faculty to host One Day Mass Energy Conference (Apr 4th, 2014)

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On May 1st, 2014, the UMASS Center for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy in cooperation with the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources is hosting the “One Day Mass Energy Conference” to help communities with renewable energy and energy efficiency. Participate in a one-day workshop connecting municipal and planning officials, community groups, and businesses. Explore the opportunities […]

“Completing the BCT program has put me in a strong position to succeed in the construction industry” (Dec 3rd, 2013)

We just received a note from a BCT Alumnus: Professor Damery, I want to thank you for running such a fantastic BCT program. Completing the program has put me in a strong position to succeed in the construction industry and I have been employed at A/Z Corporation in North Stonington, CT for the last two […]

BCT hosts visit from Martha’s Vineyard Youth Leadership Initiative (Sep 27th, 2011)

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September 26 – A team of Martha’s Vineyard High School Students visited UMASS today to explore Sustainable Development best practices on the campus.  Dr. David Damery, Director of the Building and Construction Technology program spoke with the group on sustainable building technologies. The group also visited the UMASS Permaculture garden and met with Green Building […]

Damery Presents at Harvard Graduate School of Design Colloquium (Sep 13th, 2011)

Friday – Sept. 9, 2011 – Cambridge, MA  - Assoc. Professor and Director of our Building and Construction Technology Program, Dr. David Damery, was invited to speak on the topic “Sustainable Harvest and Processing of Massachusetts Native Woods” as part of the Harvard GSD Materials Systems: Sources, Cycles, Design Colloquium.  The Colloquium featured International, and […]

Dave Damery interviewed by WWLP on environmental impact of growing fuel (Mar 15th, 2011)

BCT Program Director Dave Damery was recently interviewed by Springfield’s WWLP TV station on the environmental impact of growing fuel. As we turn away from fossil fuels and towards biofuels more land will be needed to grow the biomass. How will this impact land use? Especially here in Massachusetts. Dr. David Damery, director of building materials […]