FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ANNOUNCING PORTLAND’S THIRD ANNUAL SUSTAINABLE BUILDING WEEK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ANNOUNCING PORTLAND’S THIRD ANNUAL SUSTAINABLE BUILDING WEEK

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: ANNOUNCING PORTLAND’S THIRD ANNUAL SUSTAINABLE BUILDING WEEK

Contact: Aaron Stevens | Sustainable Building Week Public Relations info@sustainablebuildingweek.org  FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE ANNOUNCING PORTLAND’S THIRD ANNUAL SUSTAINABLE BUILDING WEEK September  2020 — Sustainable Building Week (SBW) has announced dates for the third annual event-filled weeks for Portland’s AEC industry professionals and organizations: October 12-23, 2020.  This year SBW 2020 will run for two weeks […]
Sustainable Building Week 2020 – A Virtual Experience!

Sustainable Building Week 2020 – A Virtual Experience!

2020 was supposed to be the year that finally fulfilled our Jetson’s dreams of getting the (electric) jet pack, and even if we didn’t get the flying car, we’d settle for a self-driving (electric) car. Instead, we get our toilet paper and disinfectant sent to our doorstep with no contact delivery – but hey! We […]
Look for yourself in our SBW 2019 Video!

Look for yourself in our SBW 2019 Video!

Thank you all for attending making 2019 Sustainable Building Week the amazing week that it was. We had such positive feedback from all of you that we can’t wait for 2020. Look for yourself in our 2019 video!  
A project team recounts its net-zero building experience

A project team recounts its net-zero building experience

Published in the DJC Oregon: A project team recounts its net-zero building experience In 2007, conceptualization began for a highly energy-efficient office building as part of a mixed-use development in Milwaukie. Around 12 years later, Northwest Housing Alternatives has a two-story headquarters on track for net-zero-energy certification. The five-building campus was designed by MWA Architects […]
Tour old, new zero-energy homes that make more power than they use

Tour old, new zero-energy homes that make more power than they use

Published in the Oregonian: Tour old, new zero-energy homes that make more power than they use People living in the new Tillamook Row housing complex in Northeast Portland are expecting to pay nothing in energy bills. About a mile away in the King neighborhood, a second, smaller home makes more renewable energy than the occupants […]
A call for designs that provide Portland a more equitable future

A call for designs that provide Portland a more equitable future

Published in the DJC Oregon: Black Women Help Kick off Sustainable Building Week The notion of equity in design can have many different meanings. For instance, the U.S. Green Building Council in 2013 introduced Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design social equity pilot credits. They address equity within the project team, equity in the community around […]
Zero-energy homes in Portland

Zero-energy homes in Portland

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) — Sustainable Building Week is underway and part of the eco-friendly effort is showing off zero-energy homes in Portland. Interviews with the Zero Energy Homes Tour
‘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 […]
Sustainable Building Week: reviving Portland’s lost momentum?

Sustainable Building Week: reviving Portland’s lost momentum?

Published in Portland Architecture: Sustainable Building Week: reviving Portland’s lost momentum? There was a time 10-15 years ago in the early 2000s when the city seemed to be continually registering firsts when it came to green buildings, especially the LEED rating system. We saw some of the first LEED-rated office buildings, the first historic building […]
Black Women Help Kick off Sustainable Building Week

Black Women Help Kick off Sustainable Building Week

Published in the The Skanner: Black Women Help Kick off Sustainable Building Week Join members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. at Portland’s first and only “green building” owned and operated by African-American women–the June Key Delta Community Center– for a community conversation about how the Portland Clean Energy Community Benefits Fund and other resources […]

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