Online registration closed.
Walk-ins accepted until 11 a.m.
See Breakout Sessions below!
The District’s first Green Building Symposium and Expo is a great opportunity to receive valuable information on the District’s current green and sustainable building practices, as well as major changes on the horizon. The event will feature industry and government experts covering the DC Green Building Act, LEED requirements for new construction, and the 2012 ICC Energy Conservation and Green Construction codes.
The Green Building Symposium will be held on September 14 from 8:30am-4:30 pm at the Kellogg Conference Hotel at Gallaudet University (800 Florida Avenue, NE).
FEATURING: Mayor Vincent Gray, DCRA Director Nicholas Majett, Office of Planning Director Harriet Tregoning, and DC Water General Manager George Hawkins.
BREAKOUT SESSIONS WITH INDUSTRY EXPERTS ON: Renewable Energy & Energy Efficiency; Construction & Demolition Waste Management; LEED & Green Building Codes; Stormwater Management & Green Landscaping; Building Commissioning; Green Home Construction; and Green Innovations on DC College Campuses.
ALL-STAR PANEL DISCUSSION ON: DC Green Building Act; Upcoming DC Zoning Regulations Changes; 2013 DC Construction Codes Adoption Process; and Green Construction for Public Projects.
For additional information on registering for the Green Building Symposium, contact Harriet Broadie at 442-8939.
For media credentials, please contact Helder Gil at 202-442-8945.
Parking at Gallaudet University
In order to park at Gallaudet University, please print off the Day Parking Permit and display on the dashboard of your car. Visitors may park in the 6th street garage located near GUKCC, or in the overflow lot across from campus.
A shuttle service is available to and from the Kellogg Conference Hotel. In preparation for your site visit, below is the information on where to catch the Gallaudet shuttle bus.
Where to Board the Shuttle Bus:
The new location for boarding/discharging passengers on M Street is the corner of M Street and Delaware Ave., NE. When leaving the station via the subway exit to the M street side, after reaching the street take a left to the traffic light, which will be Delaware Ave., NE.
The new location for boarding/discharging passengers at Union Station will be the parking garage.
After entering the bus parking garage area, walk to your right, passing the Zip Car rental spaces. Gallaudet's new assigned space is 013 (the fifth parking space after Zip Car). A Gallaudet University sign will be located at the assigned space. This arrangement will provide the same safe environment that campus shuttle riders have grown accustomed to.
The University operates buses which are wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs must be secured by the driver.
NOTE: If you are using the shuttle service, please print off a copy of the shuttle service and shuttle pass for your trip.