Zero-energy homes in Portland

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 […]
SBW 2019 Schedule is Live!

SBW 2019 Schedule is Live!

We are so proud of the Portland sustainability community for collaborating to develop a week of brilliant events that will inspire, educate, and provide networking opportunities. Currently we have 26 events on our calendar ranging from tours, panels, happy hours, and even yoga, hiking, and running (!!). More events are being planned so stay tuned to our […]
Sustainable Northwest Wood Reflects on the First Ever SBW!

Sustainable Northwest Wood Reflects on the First Ever SBW!

Sustainable Building Week – Wow what a week!  It’s been a week and a half since the first annual Sustainable Building Week (SBW) ended and I think I am finally rested up.  The three goals of Sustainable Building Week were to empower design and building professionals to learn, connect and collaborate.  I can say from […]
Hot Off the Presses! Check Out Our New Press Release

Hot Off the Presses! Check Out Our New Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE PORTLAND WELCOMES ITS FIRST EVER SUSTAINABLE BUILDING WEEK Download the press release October 8, 2018 — Kicks off the first annual Sustainable Building Week (SBW) an event-filled week from a cross section of Portland’s design professional organizations. The week will bring the best and brightest building professional organizations together to educate, connect […]
Planning Under Way for First Sustainable Building Week

Planning Under Way for First Sustainable Building Week

Published in the Oregon Daily Journal of Commerce: Planning under way for first Sustainable Building Week Prior to the Great Recession, Portland was the “shining hill that everyone wanted to be” when it comes to sustainability and green building, according to New Buildings Institute project manager and architect Webly Bowles. But that has changed, she said. […]
Portland Welcomes it’s First Ever Sustainable Building Week

Portland Welcomes it’s First Ever Sustainable Building Week

October 8, 2018 — Kicks off the first annual Sustainable Building Week (SBW) an event-filled week from a cross section of Portland’s design professional organizations. The week will bring the best and brightest building professional organizations together to educate, connect and foster opportunities for future collaboration to Keep Portland Green. Whether its combating climate change, […]

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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)
Brightworks