IIDA NE Providence City Center, AIAri, and RIASLA will once again join together to host the 2019 Green RI Sustainable Product Showcase on May 14, 2019. This year we are excited to announce a wonderful new venue; The WaterFire Arts Center. This space mixes industrial rawness with modern elements and features an open floor plan allowing all vendors to be together in one space. Companies producing earth-friendly building materials set up shop to display their latest and greatest products for industry members to view. In addition to exploring the tradeshow floor, attendees have the opportunity to attend CEU presentations, network with peers, and learn about the latest innovations regarding sustainable products from various vendors.
The event also includes an Earth Day sample collection so attendees have an opportunity to fill up a box (or three!) as they conquer their spring cleaning of their material library and donate unused/unwanted sample materials at the event!
DATE & TIME
Tuesday, May 14, 2019
5:00 - 8:30 p.m.
WaterFire Arts Center
475 Valley Street
Providence, RI 02908
5:00 - 8:30 p.m. – Sustainable Design Showcase & Networking
Companies producing earth-friendly building materials will be setting up shop to display their latest and greatest products for industry members to view. CEU Programs are being finalized, please check back for more details on these programs.
5:00 - 8:30 p.m. – Earth Day Sample Collection
Donate your unused or unwanted sample materials! In the spirit of Earth Day, a sample collection effort has been organized for the day of the event so don’t forget to bring your old materials and samples! A drop-off location will be available at the entrance of the event. All samples donated will benefit Resources Recycling for RI Education. They are a registered 501c3 non-profit that help stimulate creative learning by offering low-cost and no-cost materials for educators. Please contact Bethany Burns with questions,
5:30 - 7:00 p.m. – CEU Presentation
DESIGNING FOR WELLNESS, presented by Chris Schaffner (Principal and Founder of The Green Engineer, Inc.)
We spend a majority of our days inside, so buildings should be designed and operated to support our wellbeing. A client looks to building/site designers and builders as the experts in providing this outcome. Third party certifications like WELL and LEED provide a framework for incorporating sustainable and healthy design for effective results. One example is EMD Serono’s project Sagamore – the first WELL Gold certified building in the US under the New and Existing buildings rating system, and LEED Platinum certified office. 1LU/HSW
- Tradeshow: FREE for everyone
- CEU Course:
- $5 for IIDA NE, AIAri, and RIASLA members
- $25 for non-members
- $10 students
We are excited to announce a new event space this year - The WATERFIRE ARTS CENTER in Providence. This space mixes industrial rawness with modern elements and features an open floor plan allowing all vendors to be together in one space. Click the link below to request and pay for your space. The event committee will review applications to ensure sustainable product compliance and follow up with any additional questions as needed. Additional table requests will be reviewed and granted in the order in which they are received at the end of the vendor enrollment period.
Vendor registration will close April 23, 2019.
Please email Liz McDonough, .