Greenbuild China to be held in country’s tallest building, the LEED Platinum Shanghai Tower
Behind some of the world’s most famous landmark structures and their sustainable operations is Johnson Controls, a global leader in efficient building technology solutions and green certification consulting.
The Delta Wujiang Data Center project is the world’s first to achieve certification under LEED v4 for Interior Design and Construction: Commercial Interiors.
According to research, by 2022, the market for medical and senior care in China will reach CNY 1.4 trillion, with a compound annual growth rate of 23.98 percent from 2018 to 2022. Urbanization and an aging population are driving the need for building quality communities for senior people.
On March 16, at Shanghai Xintiandi—an architectural symbol of Shanghai in the 20th century and a LEED Gold project under Neighborhood Development (Stage 2)—USGBC hosted its first China Roundtable meeting. In attendance were 10 selected members from major LEED consulting firms in China.
The Roundtable aims to improve the market landscape for green business by sharing market trend and sales resources, as well as exchanging views on actions and topics of common interest.
LEED consulting firms that attended the first roundtable meeting included:
As the sharing economy continues to take root in China, naked Hub, Asia’s leading premium co-working brand, and USGBC, the creators of the LEED green building rating system, announced on March 14 in Shanghai the formation of a new strategic partnership to develop sustainable and green co-working platforms and spaces in China using LEED.
For more than 15 years, Greenbuild has been the flagship industry event for green building professionals, offering robust educational sessions, hands-on technical workshops, inspiring keynotes and networking events.
Since its 2002 debut, the conference has expanded beyond U.S. borders. In 2018, it will be held in four different international locations, including:
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