AT&T Executive Education and Conference Center

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From our concrete structure to the soap at the wash basin, this facility has an environmental conscience. The Center is built to the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold certification standards and boasts multiple sustainable and eco-friendly features.

Tree being planted in the ATTEECC courtyard

Conference Areas

Energy-saver systems and devices throughout.

Wall panels, ceiling tiles and other treatments incorporate recycled materials wherever possible and are designed to reduce noise bleed between meeting rooms.

Guests are offered filtered water in glasses in lieu of bottled water.

Recycling containers

Built Green

Exterior limestone and brick purchased locally to reduce fuel use and pollution.

Concrete structure is 20 percent fly ash from a nearby coal-burning power plant, a remnant which would otherwise have become landfill.

Insulation outside exterior wall structure to reduce energy leakage.

Low-emissivity glass windows limit heat radiation.

Indoor air quality controlled for low emissions from building materials and furnishings.

More than 75 percent of construction waste recycled.

Staying Green

Courtyard features native plants from the five ecological regions of Texas, using drip irrigation.

Grounds showcase two mature live oak trees reclaimed from the construction site of Darrell K. Royal Memorial Stadium.

Parking garage uses two-stage lighting based on motion sensor and occupancy, with spaces reserved for hybrid and high-efficiency vehicles.

Reduced-energy compact fluorescent lighting throughout the facility, including guest rooms.

Extensive use of recycled paper products.

Dumpster with cardboard compactor to reduce landfill volume.

Extensive use of Green Seal certified biodegradable cleaning products.

Guest Rooms

Thermostat detects guest presence and regulates temperature accordingly.

Green cleaning, emphasizing biodegradable products and reusable containers.

Reusable glasses and mugs.

Towel and sheet re-use program.

Eco-friendly shower and bath products.

Low-flow plumbing.


Dining Areas

Our chefs use organic, local and farmed-fresh foods wherever possible. We are committed to using RBGH-free milk, antibiotic- and hormone-free chicken and cage-free eggs. Our beef is 100 percent grass-fed, and our fish is never frozen.

Green Room Program

We are committed to conserving our natural resources. We encourage you to enroll in our Green Room Program at our Front Desk when you check in.

The Green Room Program includes:

  • Sheet Exchange: We will remake your bed daily and change your sheets every other day.
  • Towel Exchange: Please hang your towels on the rack, curtain rod, or hook to reuse your towels. Towels on the floor or in the tub will be replaced.

Thank you for helping us conserve our natural resources by going green!