‘Grassroots’ building industry conference on tap

‘Grassroots’ building industry conference on tap

‘Grassroots’ building industry conference on tap

Published in the Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce‘Grassroots’ building industry conference on tap

Sustainable Building Week was born of recognition that some of the Portland-area building industry organizations had overlapping and in some cases redundant events.

Organizers reasoned: Why not bring them together under one umbrella? So they did.

Next week the conference returns for a second year, bringing together architects, engineers, product manufacturers, builders, subcontractors, developers and others for a series of green-building talks and events.

The conference organizers hope to encourage cross-pollination. For example, landscape architects are welcome to join American Institute of Architects events.

“You’re just kind of breaking down the silos between the professions a little bit more,” said Terry Campbell, co-founder of Sustainable Building Week and one of five volunteers who run it. “This is very much a business professionals’ series of events.”

Most events are open to the general public, although the topics are geared toward building-industry professionals and aspiring professionals. Some of the events are free, while others require a modest fee or donation.

Last year, the inaugural Sustainable Building Week attracted 700 to 800 people to 23 events. This year’s iteration will have about 30 events.

Read more at: https://djcoregon.com/news/2019/10/10/grassroots-building-industry-conference-tap/

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Mahlum Architects
Hennebery Eddy Architects
Holst Architecture
BORA Architects
PAE Engineers
NBI
Sustainable Northwest Wood
PGE
Associated Builders and Contractors
Greenhammer
Project Pivot
Eteriors (formerly GRIT)