OCTOBER 14-18, 2019

The 2019 SBW calendar is officially LIVE!

Join us for the SECOND ANNUAL Sustainable Building Week on October 14-18, 2019. Check out our updated 2019 CALENDAR with a full week of exciting, informative, and inspiring events with current and new collaborators. Don't forget to keep checking back - more events are being added daily!

New to SBW? Check out our 2019 Press Release for more information.
SBW 2019 is back this year with many of the awesome collaborating organizations from last year and a whole batch of new ones for a total of 18! These dedicated collaborators are hard at work planning the whole week of events and activities for you to enjoy. A big thank you to them - without Portland’s sustainability talent this week would not be possible.
This event would not happen without the help of our generous sponsors. Thank you so much for your commitment to #KeepPortlandGreen!

Top Sponsors Include:
The deadline for sponsorship of SBW 2019 is approaching fast! Sponsorships are still available until Friday, September 13th. To discuss sponsorship with Sustainable Building Week, please contact Terry Campbell at or 503-380-9685.

As a reminder, there are three tiers of partnership for you to consider with benefits at each level. For more information, please see our Support page.

Organizational support of Sustainable Building Week is essential to building a more sustainable Portland.

Sustainable Building Week is a 501(c) 3 Non-profit organization registered with the State of Oregon.
With the incredible success of SBW 2018, the Executive Directors decided we needed to expand our committee to a party of five instead of three. We would like to officially welcome Aaron Stevens and Angela Glatz! Aaron comes to us from Walsh Construction Co. and Angela from GRIT Building Solutions.

Angela is passionate about making the world a better place and believes building more sustainably is one of the ways to make a direct positive impact in our local community. Her commitment to Sustainable Building Week PDX directly reflects that and she’s excited to bring folks together to help propel Portland to the forefront of this progressive movement. Check out her blog on why SBW is important to her!

Aaron believes there is synergy here in PDX around sustainability; there are very smart, passionate people working extremely hard to do good; and anyone who cares enough to roll up their sleeves and put forth the effort to align their interests with action can make a difference. This inspired him to act and get involved with SBW. Read why he joined SBW on our blog!

If you see them at events this year - be sure to say hello!
Sustainable Building Week