Special Events

In addition to the dynamic Airports Going Green educational program, a robust social program is also being planned to provide attendees additional networking opportunities and a chance to explore Dallas.

Schedule of Events


SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12
6-9 p.m. Welcome Reception
Reunion Tower
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13
4-5:30 p.m. Reception with Exhibitors

6-9 p.m. Evening Event and Ashes & Snow Film Screening
Perot Museum
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14
4:45-6 p.m. Dallas 2030 District Tours
Each tour highlights innovative sustainability projects that contribute to the Dallas 2030 district goals to reduce costs, create partnerships, and influence national policy on transportation infrastructure and building water and energy efficiency.

See below for additional information. Each tour is limited to 45 attendees and the last day to register is November 3, 2017. You must be a full conference registrant in order to participate. Confirmed registrants should look for a RSVP  web link in their registration confirmation email or contact Christopher Rochette for assistance.

7-9 p.m. Evening Networking Event
Gilley’s
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 15
9-11 a.m. Technology Demonstration & Innovation Theater
Kylde Warren Park


Dallas 2030 District Tours - Additional Information & RSVP

Each tour highlights innovative sustainability projects that contribute to the Dallas 2030 district goals to reduce costs, create partnerships, and influence national policy on transportation infrastructure and building water and energy efficiency. Tours are limited to Airports Going Green confirmed full conference registrants. RSVP at the earliest opportunity but no later than Friday, November 3. Each tour has a maximum of 45 spaces. Confirmed registrants who want to RSVP should contact Christopher Rochette with AAAE. 

AT&T Performance Arts Center

The Grand Opening of the AT&T Performing Arts Center in October 2009 marked the long-anticipated completion of the Dallas Arts District, an idea first conceived more than 30 years ago. In the late 1970s, visionary Dallas leaders foresaw the growing need for new cultural facilities in Dallas. They identified the clear advantage of clustering these venues within a tight geographic area in order to reap maximum economic, educational and cultural benefits for each arts entity and for the city of Dallas. Today, the Center encompasses 10 acres within the downtown Dallas Arts District. The Center includes the Margot and Bill Winspear Opera House, Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre, Annette Strauss Square and Elaine D. and Charles A. Sammons Park, as well as Lexus Red and Silver underground parking areas.

Bank of America Plaza: Peloton CRE

At 72 stories, 921 feet above the streetscape of downtown Dallas, Bank of America Plaza instantly achieved landmark status as the city’s tallest building and the most recognizable silhouette on the skyline. By day, it is a magnet for activity in the Central Business District (CBD) as home to a wide array of the region’s most prestigious businesses. And by night, outlined in two miles of radiant, signature green LED.

Rosewood Court

Rosewood Court is strategically located in the heart of the Uptown District and it is positioned as the preeminent office project in Dallas. Rosewood Court is a corporate address celebrated for its sophistication, elegance, technology, and impeccable amenities. Home to a prestigious roster of customers including financial, real estate and service companies, this spectacular class AA office property is attuned to the demands of professional life. Onsite services, nearby high-end residential living, superb views of the Dallas skyline and access to major transportation corridors make Rosewood Court an exceptional office environment.

Hall Arts/KPMG Plaza

KPMG Plaza is part of an urban setting designed to celebrate Dallas, great architecture and art. This HALL Arts Phase I office building contains a total of 500,000 SF on 18 floors with 15,000 SF of premium restaurant space in an environment created to support productivity and enhance bottom-line success.