Greenbuild 2015 Takes Place in Washington, D.C.

Words: Dan KamysJanuary 2016 The 2015 Greenbuild International Conference and Expo was held Nov. 18-20 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C. Attendance was 19,058, which was a significant increase over the 2014 event. There were 548 exhibiting companies participating in 144,300 square feet of exhibit and display space on the trade show floor. Greenbuild featured more than 200 sessions, tours, summits and workshops in the education program and throughout the week, with many sold out sessions. A total of 34,494 hours of continuing education credits were earned at Greenbuild. Greenbuild 2016 Iconic Green is scheduled for Oct. 5-7 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, Calif. More information can be found at www.greenbuildexpo.com.
Show attendees from Masonry learned about EP Henry’s innovative products from Jeff Miller (left) and Joe Fields. The Nitterhouse booth was the place to be as it was home to several other companies and their products as well. Shown is Al Holmquist.

Show attendees from Masonry learned about EP Henry’s innovative products from Jeff Miller (left) and Joe Fields.

The Nitterhouse booth was the place to be as it was home to several other companies and their products as well. Shown is Al Holmquist.

Dwell magazine’s booth was quite “green,” featuring cardboard walls and furniture. CertainTeed’s Ted Winslow educated booth visitors throughout the week.

Dwell magazine’s booth was quite “green,” featuring cardboard walls and furniture.

CertainTeed’s Ted Winslow educated booth visitors throughout the week.

Greenbuild-5 Shown is Matthew Knights with Holcim-Lafarge, who stayed busy with Greenbuild show attendees.

Marta Ruiz with Graphenstone explained the company’s coating products to Masonry show attendees. Marta Ruiz with Graphenstone explained the company’s coating products to Masonry show attendees.

The Dow Corning booth was buzzing with networking and product education. Todd Kimmel explained Delta’s System Solutions to booth visitors.

The Dow Corning booth was buzzing with networking and product education.

Todd Kimmel explained Delta’s System Solutions to booth visitors.

 
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