Event Info:

  • San Diego Green Building Conference and Expo - Friday, September 22nd, 2017

Credential Maintenance:

Thank you for attending the 2017 San Diego Green Building Conference & Expo. Please see below for information regarding CEU’s or Continuing Education reporting.

  • GBCI – All of the sessions listed below are eligible for ‘General’ GBCI continuing education, to be reported under the “Education” Activity Type.  These sessions are to be self-reported through, under “My Credentials”.  For those sessions that you attended, follow instructions in this document.
  • AIA –  You have been reported by SDGBC Staff. Please confirm that you signed in to each session you attended, with your name and AIA number on the appropriate AIA sign-in sheet.  You can e-mail  with your AIA number and the sessions you attended ASAP if you did not do so. 

Session Resources and Slides:

Opening session: Emerging Trends in Sustainability and Green Buildings


1A: San Diego 2030 District: Private-Public Partnership for Urban Sustainability

2A: Beyond Triple Bottom Line Policies: How North Park Updated Its  Community Plan

3A: Breaking Down Barriers: System-Wide Collaboration for Resilience Planning 

4A: Makers Quarter Block D: Building Positive on Urban Master Plan


1B: Here & Now: Our Living Building Challenge Studio and JUST Certification

2B: Designing Practices from the WELL Building Standard and How Testing Can Augment Success

3B: Zero Waste Approach to Clean Production

4B: County of San Diego Zero Net Energy Framework


1C: Relationship between IEQ and Commissioning Services

2C: Successful Daylighting for Wellness and Sustainable Design

3C: Sustainable Solutions Measured by Quality of Space: A Focus on Human Purposed Design

4C: Energy Storage to Help Reduce Customer Electric Costs and Support Integration of Renewables on the Grid

Thank you to event sponsors and exhibitors for being part of this year's event


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