Doors help today's green buildings increase energy and resource efficiency as well as create safer and healthier work places. In this one-hour live webinar we will review the inherently sustainable attributes of doors. Environmental responsibility goes far beyond the mere selection of wood doors for a project. We will discuss how a door manufacturer can embrace and incorporate sustainability and environmental responsibility into daily operations and processes.
It began with a passion: make the finest architectural wood doors. That drive opened the door to so much more. From standard commercial solid core wood doors that contractors trust to custom ecofriendly doors that architects appreciate, Oregon Door's experienced team builds the doors that build your reputation. Enjoy above-and-beyond project flexibility, unexpected insight, attention to every detail, and on-time/on budget delivery. With The Oregon Way, you're not specifying a product, you're welcoming in the best team in doors.
Our Webinar Presenters
Tim Cox, LEED Green Associate, is the vice president of sales and marketing for Oregon Door, a leading manufacturer of architectural wood doors. He is a past member of the national board of directors and chairman of the National Architectural Door Council for the Window and Door Manufacturers Association (WDMA). Over the past eight years, Mr. Cox has helped lead the North American architectural door industry and his company through the development of multiple transparency documents including the initial development of the program category rules governing USA EPDs. An environmentalist at heart, but also an executive with P&L responsibility, he has experienced what it takes to comply with green building rating system transparency requirements and even more significantly to introduce previously foreign concepts to an entire industry with many diverse points-of-view on sustainability.