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Greenbuild 2019

 4.4/5 (8 reviews)
Nov 19, 2019 (4 days), Atlanta, ūüáļūüáłUnited States
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The 2019 edition of Greenbuild will be happening from the 19th to the 22nd of November 2019 at Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta (United States).

Attendees: 20,000
Exhibitors: 400
Industries:  #Construction & Building #Building Materials #Environmental Services
Venue:  Georgia World Congress Center

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Sustainability and architecture leaders from across the globe descend onto Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta for Greenbuild International Conference & Expo.

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Annette Stelmack, LEED AP BD+C, Attended in 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010 as attendee
1/15/20, 11:00 PM
A not to miss gathering of like-minded, green building professionals!
President Obama!! High quality sessions addressing key topics of health and wellness in the built environment.  
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Aastha Abbi, Business Development Head - greenface.storeAttended in 2019 as attendee
1/15/20, 4:27 PM
First impressions of a first time attendee
Over all it was a well organized event, with things going forth in a very timely manner. The keynote with President Obama, was absolutely wonderful. The floor sessions were engaging and informative as well. However, I would like to see more one on one networking opportunities and smaller events and more innovative products from the industry on the trade floor. I thought the actual products were quite few and one or two that were not really industry relevant.  
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Ramana Koti, Building Performance Analyst and LEED Fellow - www.lordaecksargent.comAttended in 2020, 2015 as attendee
1/15/20, 2:50 PM
A great mix of content, speakers and people.
Greenbuild 2019 not only happened in Atlanta where I practice, the mix of speakers, tour locations, content delivered and networking opportunities couldn't have been better. The breadth and depth of issues covered really appealed to me, ranging across health, resiliency, climate change, equity, ecosystems, building efficiency and sustainable design. I particularly appreciated USGBC's holistic focus via its Living Standard campaign based on storytelling. While the LEED rating system remains a star attraction, it is now one of the several stars. Besides attending, I had volunteered on the tours committee which gave me a newfound appreciation for all the background effort that goes into planning a successful event like this one.  
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Kira Gould, communications professional - kiragouldconnect.comAttended in 2019, 2018, 2015 as attendee, speaker
1/15/20, 2:40 PM
Greenbuild: evolving, still valuable
Context: I utilize Greenbuild primarily as a networking and education opportunity. I attending in 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008 ... then a hiatus and have restarted again. Overall, I find the commercial feel has risen. Sponsorships are important, but I was noticing many businesses as underwriters who have complex environmental records (or political alliances that cast doubt on environmental commitment). Education sessions are still solid. I was happy that ours got strong attendance (early Friday morning, tough slot) and went to another good one right after that. The Expo floor seemed to be missing several of the regulars this year. Even so, it was a valuable conglomerate of companies and had both networking and education value. I was pleased with the number of small talks on the floor; I like that addition (although acoustics are a challenge). Keynotes are usually strong; I enjoyed Obama and Jeanne Gang (tho I wish she'd asked me to proofread her deck; typo ouch). I plan to attend in San Diego (although I am distinctly NOT pleased that it's the week of the election). As someone who has attended these for more than 15 years (not every year), I think that the clarity of pu...    Show more
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Melissa Jacobs, Attended in 2019, 2018, 2014, 2012, 2011 as attendee
1/15/20, 2:15 PM
Always an inspiring conference!
Always enjoy the content and networking. I come back to work inspired and refreshed!  
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Bipin Karki, LEED AP, Sustainability Coordinator Attended in 2020 as attendee
1/15/20, 1:56 PM
Amazing experience!
Great opportunity to connect to professional related to green building and finding new businesses connection. Lots of knowledgeable workshops and seminars. Had great time!  
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Stacey Olson, Sustainability consultant - gensler.comAttended in 2020, 2019, 2017, 2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2010 as attendee
1/15/20, 1:55 PM
Content in advanced sessions really good
Educational content set it up this year with the advanced sessions providing in-depth knowledge and analysis.  
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Michael Bean Jr, Facility Manager Attended in 2019, 2018 as attendee
1/10/20, 10:58 AM
Great Overall Experience
Greenbuild Atlanta was the second Greenbuild Conference I have attended. The education I have received from these events is invaluable and the people you meet are amazing! The wealth of knowledge and the willingness to share that knowledge from everyone involved, is something you just can‚Äôt put a price on. I highly recommend the Greenbuild Conference for anyone whether they are looking to get in to the field of sustainability or have been in the field for years!  
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