Greenbuild Mexico 2018, set for June 19–21 in Mexico City, is the flagship conference for sustainability professionals in Latin America.
The event will unite all of the key players involved in greening Mexico’s built environment, including architects, engineers, interior designers, business leaders and government officials. Greenbuild Mexico is where you can:
- Hear from seasoned industry leaders during our educational sessions, tours and technical workshops;
- Meet your peers during our special networking events, like the Women in Green Power Breakfast; and
- Get the latest building research, including LEED v4.1, to take your project to the next level.
Below, we’ve rounded up the top FAQs about Greenbuild Mexico. Looking for more? Check out our website’s FAQ section.
1. Where and when will Greenbuild Mexico be held?
The conference will take place June 20–21 at the Camino Real Polanco Mexico hotel in Mexico City, with pre-conference workshops held June 19. Green building tours will take place June 22.
2. How much does it cost?
Early bird rates for conference registration have been extended to June 5.
Need approval from your supervisor to attend? Download our letter template, which outlines the benefits of attending the event. We've also created a one-pager that provides an overview of the conference, event highlights and green building trends in Mexico.
3. How do I register?
Visit our website to begin registration for Greenbuild Mexico. During registration, you can select from the following options:
- Pre-conference workshops (June 19)
- Daily conference pass (June 20 or June 21)
- Two-day conference pass, including the Celebration (June 20–21)
- Green building tours (June 22)
- Add-on packages, including the Women in Green Power Breakfast and Greenbuild Celebration, are available.
- The conference passes include access to plenary sessions, education sessions and networking lunches.
4. What types of tracks and sessions can I expect?
Conference session tracks will be available in Spanish and English and will cover a variety of green building topics from general LEED sessions to in-depth technical sessions on human health and performance.
- Elements of Green: Trends and Best Practices in Sustainable Design and Construction
- Measure, Manage, Improve: Rating Systems, Codes and Metrics for Success
- Social Approach: Putting People First in Sustainable Design and Construction
A GBCI Certification Work Zone also will be available at the conference, where you can talk one-on-one with GBCI staff, reviewers and assessors about specific projects or rating system requirements.