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Ecoroof Symposium

Monday, October 03, 2016, 08:00am

As the vegetated roofing industry continues to grow and mature, the Ecoroof Symposium will showcase the most up-to- date research on the economic and environmental impacts that green roofs provide to buildings and cities. We are honored to host London’s own Dusty Gedge as our keynote speaker, as well as a research medley on topics such as enhanced real estate value, energy impacts, and biodiversity. Panels of experts and breakout sessions offer a wealth of experience on best practices to avoid concerns, and to extend the service life of the roof membrane and vegetation. Green roof tours can provide insight into a variety of systems and approaches.

Where? Smith Ballroom

Contact Information

Please contact Elizabeth Hart, Executive Director of GRiT, if you have questions, or if you are interested in speaking or submitting a research topic. We still have a few speaking and panel spots open! Elizabeth can be reached through the GRiT webpage or at . Visit the GRiT webpage for more information.

Other Information

Prices: Advance Pricing! Pricing will Increase at 1am on the day of the event.

General Public: $25 ($3 service charge) = $28.00

Any Student: $10 ($3 service charge) = $13.00

Day of Event: $35 ($3 service charge) = $38.00

Vendors: $50 ($3 service charge) = $53.00 - include a space tabling

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Portland State University 
1620 SW Park Avenue 
Portland , OR 97201


Event Sponsor  Portland State University