For the past ten years, the Pittsburgh 2030 District has set the standard for high-performance building.
The Pittsburgh 2030 District’s success stems from its extensive community of partners and sponsors. Our network of Property Partners spans multiple sectors of Pittsburgh, welcoming all to explore facets of building efficiency and possibilities for future progress in their buildings.
Partners are invited to monthly meetings that feature presentations from technical experts, service providers, and building owners that showcase successful projects. These sessions are framed through a regional lens in which partners share best practices and challenges with a diverse group of public and private organizations. Pittsburgh 2030 District Partners form a community of educated, purposeful leaders that have the knowledge to positively impact building development and operations throughout the region.
From time to time, members of the public are invited to join Property Partners of the Pittsburgh 2030 District to explore these topics. These invitations generally occur quarterly under GBA’s Bridge to 2030 educational series.
COVID has changed our way of delivering content and enabled us to re-evaluate the intention of each gathering. We are now hosting our quarterly Bridge to 2030 sessions in-person, giving participants the opportunity for some much-needed networking, and occasional green building site-visits (as well as breakfast!). Our monthly partner meetings continue to be held virtually, allowing a broader range of speakers and providing opportunities to engage a more diverse audience. This re-evaluation has also inspired us to open all 2030 Partner meetings to the public in an effort to further expand our community, empower more building owners and operators, and help us all collectively reach the goals of the 2030 agenda.
We hope you will join us for our next virtual 2030 Partner Meetings:
July 19, 2022 || 9:00-10:30 am: Attendees will hear from Stantec’s Blake Jackson on decarbonizing multifamily buildings, Covestro’s Tim Thiel on Covestro’s plan to decarbonize by 2035, and Siemen’s Phil Gadomski on eMobility Infrastructure. Register on our website.
August 16, 2022 || 9:00-10:30 am: Attendees will hear from Chef Christopher Galarza and Interface Engineering's Steve Gross on Chatham University's Commercial Kitchen Modernization project. We invite landlords and building operators with on-site food service to attend this session and to invite any 3rd party concessionaires or caterers. Register on our website.
Both of these meetings are free to attend, but advanced registration is required. We look forward to seeing old friends and new faces at these upcoming meetings!