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 Thornton TomasettiScott Schneider Large Business Building Efficiency We create high-performance, low-energy building facilities and communities that are efficient, comfortable and healthful at every stage of their life cycles. We are deeply analytical – drawing on a wide range of customized and industry-leading tools and techniques. And we are curators – instead of “telling,” we educate the team on key issues so that we can all, collectively, arrive at the right decisions.
We work with architects, engineers, building owners and managers from project inception through operations to help turn their sustainability vision into a reality. We collaborate on the design, construction and operation of sustainable buildings to provide innovative solutions that greatly reduce operational and embodied carbon, and contribute to more resilient buildings while meeting high standards for occupant comfort and health. We also conduct fundamental and applied research into construction materials and design methods and techniques that allow using non-standard innovative solutions.
Website: thorntontomasetti.com

Email: SSchneider@ThorntonTomasetti.com

Phone: +1.212.367.2882

Address: 120 Broadway, New York, NY, 10271, United States
NY
 Endeavour CentreChris Magwood Non-Profit Building Efficiency The Endeavour Centre specializes in the use of innovative, carbon negative building materials in code-approved projects that are highly energy efficient and free of toxins. We focus on making public buildings and incorporate education into the design and construction of our buildings. We have been leaders in developing and/or implementing a range of materials including: prefabricated straw bale panels, hempcrete, mycofoam, earthen materials (including foundations, floors and plasters). We have partnered with university labs to test new materials and assemblies. We also focus on the application of building science to carbon negative materials.
Currently, we are developing BEAM, an online material carbon emission estimator tool and are incorporating data for carbon negative materials into this tool.
Website: https://endeavourcentre.org/

Email: chris@endeavourcentre.org

Phone: 17059573282

Address: 136-1/2 James Street, Peterborough, Ontario, K9H 1C8, Canada
Ontario
 SkyNanoDr. Anna Douglas Small Business Other Energy Technologies SkyNano has developed technology to capture and convert CO2 into solid carbon materials that can be implemented into carbon-negative composites, coatings, or other structures.

Our team has expertise in materials synthesis, electrochemical energy systems, CO2 capture and conversion to solid carbon products, and LCA/TEA. We have a multi-use laboratory at the University of Tennessee and collaborate closely with Oak Ridge National Laboratory.

We would be interested in teaming to investigate the utilization of our CO2-derived solid carbon materials for a variety of structural and non-structural components for buildings. The following areas are of high interest to our team: sustainable carbon fiber/CO2-derived carbon nanotube composites for structural components, CO2-derived solid carbon additives in sustainably-produced cement, and sustainable flooring composites utilizing Co2-derived carbon additives.
Website: www.skynanotechnologies.com

Email: anna.douglas@skynanotechnologies.com

Phone: 3302853299

Address: 740 Piper Rd, Knoxville, TN, 37919, United States
TN
 Alliance Technologies, LLCLance A Scott Small Business Power Generation: Renewable Alliance Technologies is a small business that has formed a unique Transformative Impact Collaborative (TIC) focused on advanced manufacturing, clean energy, bioenergy with carbon capture and storage (BECSS), reforestation and bio-sequestration, solar micro-grid, and innovative carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) technologies that will be essential to meeting the demand for carbon sequestration and greenhouse gas emissions abatement. Alliance Technologies has fostered collaboration with leading manufacturing partners, research laboratories, and institutions of higher education such as, Yale University Center for Green Chemistry & Green Engineering, University of Delaware Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy and Administration, Center Energy and Environment Policy (CEEP), Horn Entrepreneurship, Sacred Heart University Jack Welch College of Business & Technology, Verizon iHub, University of Connecticut Technology Incubator Program (TIP), Fairfield University Charles F. Dolan School of Business, and many others.
Website: www.allianceamericas.com

Email: lscott@allianceamericas.com

Phone: 2035368210

Address: 26 Davis Hill Road, Weston, CT, 06883, United States
CT
 University of MichiganDuo Zhang Academic Building Efficiency Our team has been developing a wide spectrum of concrete CO2 sequestration technologies, both in precast elements and for cast-in-place applications. We address the A1-A3 emission reduction by direct carbon utilization with local natural/waste materials and reduce the use-phase emissions by enhancing material durability.

We are interested in 1) forming a Building Materials Team by developing and testing novel CO2-sequestered cement-based materials, and 2) participating in a Building Design Team by leading low-CO2 cement/concrete materials developments.

We have general lab and modeling capacities available through the University of Michigan.
Website: https://cee.engin.umich.edu/people/zhang-duo/

Email: duzhang@umich.edu

Phone: 734-764-5956

Address: 2350 Hayward Street, Ann Arbor, MI, 48109, United States
MI
 Brimstone Energy IncCody Finke Small Business Other Energy Technologies We are technology developers working on carbon negative cement.
Website: www.brimstone.energy

Email: info@brimstone.energy

Phone: 2066363382

Address: 557 59th St, Oakland, CA, 94609, United States
CA
 Oregon State UniversityArijit Sinha Academic Other Energy Technologies Structural Engineer and Wood Scientist by training. My research focuses on the intersection of structural engineering and development of new structural material using renewable resources such as wood and other natural fiber composites. Instrumental in development of mass plywood panels, a new mass timber panel product, and currently working with two companies on unique mass timber panel products. Well-versed in life cycle analysis of building materials, structures, and systems.
Website: http://gbme.forestry.oregonstate.edu

Email: Arijit.sinha@oregonstate.edu

Phone: 5417376713

Address: 119 Richardson Hall, Corvallis, OR, 97331, United States
OR