Greenbuild International Conference & Expo is the world’s largest conference dedicated to green building. This premier industry event brings together professionals from all aspects of the building community to learn about the newest ground-breaking green building products, services and technologies.
2015’s event was held November 16th through the 20th in Washington D.C., hometown of the USGBC headquarters. The expo floor was packed with hundreds of new products focused on improving the energy efficiency and environmental impact in the green building community.
Over 500 exhibitors joined nearly 20,000 attendees from across the world, to showcase products and services that impact the green building community. New products and innovations are what every company wants to showcase, and with this innovative group, the competition for recognition is strong.
The editors of “Environmental Building News” walked the floor looking for products that were worthy of that attention. EBN is a feature on Building Green, which is recognized as the leading source for environmentally responsible design & construction.
ThermalBuck selected by BuildingGreen as one of the “Greenest of the Green Energy Saving Products” of the 2015 Greenbuild Expo
Brent Ehrlich, Product & Materials specialist at BuildingGreen, pointed out the improved thermal performance ThermalBuck provides for the building envelope. Brent also made mention of the high compressive strength, and ease of installation. A few of the other products that made the list were a corrosion-resistant rainscreen system by Knight Wall Systems, and a new introduction to the window category for Passivhaus applications, Arcade by Intus Windows.
For over 20 years, BuildingGreen has been a leading resource for it’s members, providing in-depth information about healthy and sustainable design, as well as construction strategies. Building Green offers incredibly valuable content to it’s paid subscribers. If you’re not already a subscriber, take advantage of their excellent trial membership offer, and what they thought about ThermalBuck here.