Greenbuild 2013: A Starter Guide


Greenbuild 2013 kicks off this week, and if you’re not there, you are missing out on an amazing exhibition and networking experience. Some of the world’s biggest and brightest environmental leaders are in attendance, including this year’s 2013 keynote speaker former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton. Whether your there to exhibit your newest green building innovation, interested in attending an educational seminar, or just looking to discover what all the Greenbuild fuss is about, Greenbuild is guaranteed to be a memorable experience.

 

What is Greenbuild?

Greenbuild is an annual international conference and expo presented by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) with the purpose of bringing together industry experts passionate about providing innovative and sustainable building solutions. Greenbuild is dedicated to keeping the sustainable building movement going by bringing innovators from across the world to share their ideas with others in the industry.

 

Who attends Greenbuild?

Anyone! It isn’t necessary to be a USGBC member to attend the conference, although members do receive discounted rates. 40,000 professionals from all aspects of the building industry are in attendance including contractors, engineers, builders, architects, schools – you name it. Everyone with the common goal of green building will be in attendance.

 

What’s Big in 2013?

Greenbuild 2013 is held in Philadelphia from November 20th-22nd. The highlights from this year’s conference include keynote speaker Hillary Rodham Clinton, the 20th anniversary of USGBC and the LEED v.4 (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design).

 

Oh, and don’t forget about yours truly! Rabine Group will be in attendance to educate other industry leaders about PrimeComposite, the strongest and leanest jointless concrete floors in the world. If you are attending Greenbuild this year, stop by booth 614 and say hello!

 

To learn more about our award-winning PrimeComposite flooring, visit www.primekssrabine.com.

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