Green Building Symposium: 4th Annual DC Sustainability Summit, October 18, Tysons, VA

  • 18 October 2018
  • Event Location : Valo Park, 7950 Jones Branch Road, Tysons, VA, United States
Washington DC’s Premier Green Building Symposium, October 18
Event Description

Learn from sustainability experts and see game-changing innovations at the 4th Annual DC Sustainability Summit and Green Product Expo (DCSS). This one-day conference is a unique opportunity to interact with industry leaders who are passionate about sustainability and environmental equity, including Keynote Speakers, former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley and the CEO of Honest Tea Company, Seth Goldman. DCSS seminars, discussions, and speakers will help you learn how to incorporate regional solutions for resiliency into your work and find creative methods to reduce carbon emissions. You can ask questions about cutting-edge green building technologies and products—and see them in action—at our Green Product Expo. And throughout the event, you’ll have the opportunity to network with a wide range of industry experts and attendees, including architects, engineers, construction managers, developers, and government officials. Please join us for this inspiring day of working with like-minded professionals to find creative solutions to the world’s environmental realities. This nonprofit summit is presented by DCS Design and the Tysons Partnership. Breakfast, lunch, and happy hour included. All events are eligible for continuing education credits. Early Bird Registration is only $75 until July 15th. Interested in exhibiting or sponsoring? Please visit or contact Kelly Fairbank at or 571-620-7894.

  • Event type
    • Annual Meeting/Event

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