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Join Us at the Built Green Conference!

It’s officially September, which means the 2018 Built Green® Conference is right around the corner! If you’re not excited yet about the Built Green Conference on September 13, you should be.

This event is bringing together policy makers and leaders in green building to talk not only about advancements in green building technologies, but how we can make our communities more sustainable for all. There will be national leaders in green building; Built Green homeowners; the mayors of Issaquah, Kirkland, and Arlington; and others who have a tremendous impact on our region. You’ll receive education on green building trends and get in the know about new technologies and strategies. And you’ll have tons of fun networking with fellow green building enthusiasts and celebrating at the reception and awards ceremony. Are you ready?!

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Built Green Conference 2017, photo courtesy Alabastro Photography
Built Green Conference 2017, photo courtesy Alabastro Photography
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Overview

The Built Green Conference has been occurring annually for over a decade, with the aim of providing valuable and cutting-edge information on green building and sustainability. The conference will cover a variety of topics related to green building, ranging from building science to policy, from deconstruction and displacement to discussions on equity, affordability, and community issues. This content will be covered throughout the day, including a keynote address, a variety of sessions to choose from, and lunch, all followed by an awards ceremony and reception. We’re looking forward to seeing you on this educational and fun day!

Keynote Speaker

The keynote speaker for the 2018 conference is policy expert, movement builder, and chief executive officer of The Dream Corps, Vien Truong. The Dream Corps brings people together to solve America’s problems by backing initiatives that close prison doors and open doors of opportunity for all.

The Dream Corps includes Green for All, which works to build an inclusive green economy to lift people out of poverty; #cut50, which works to reduce crime and incarceration in all 50 states; #YesWeCode, which works to help 100,000 young women and men of diverse backgrounds find success in the tech sector; and #LoveArmy, a national network of people committed to revolutionary love.

Vien Truong, CEO of The Dream Corps

Dive Into Four Big Themes

Get ready to discuss building innovations, advancing policy, bettering community, and greening construction—our four session tracks. Each feature engaging speakers from across the industry and are unique opportunities to learn and engage. You have many great sessions to choose from:

During the afternoon networking break, we will also host a Green Talk (think TED Talk) on how to build thriving communities.

Have Fun Networking and Celebrating

We’ve made it easy for you to meet and converse with the many prominent attendees and fellow industry leaders throughout the day. From session Q&As to defined networking breaks, and from breakfast to lunch to the closing reception and awards ceremony, prepare to make a lot of new friends. And be the first to hear who the winners of this year’s Built Green Hammer Awards and Green Genius Awards are. Maybe you’re one of them!

Don't miss out on any of the action! Follow Built Green on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for conference updates. Use the hashtag #builtgreen18 for this event.

For complete conference details, visit builtgreenconference.net.

 


Event photos courtesy Alabastro Photography

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