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Date Change for Building Innovation 2015

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Through negotiations with the Washington Marriott Wardman Park, the first full week of January has been reclaimed for Building Innovation 2015 – the National Institute of Building Sciences Third Annual Conference and Expo. This date change puts the Conference back on schedule with the previous years and allows us to start the new year off right as we explore solutions for Creating High-Performing Resilient Communities. Plan to be there on the new dates: Tuesday - Friday, January 6 - 9, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

During the Conference, the Institute will present an informative agenda that highlights its activities and programs for developing innovative solutions to achieve high-performing, resilient communities.

On Day 1, attendees will get an insider’s view of the Institute in action and discover how they can get involved in developing solutions by attending any of the Institute’s board, council and committee meetings, as well as a keynote luncheon delivered by the Institute’s Board Chairman.

On Days 2 through 4, the Institute will present four symposia focusing on the Institute’s various priorities and a plenary symposium that will bring the entire Conference audience together for an overview of the collaboration of building industry professionals.

Symposia include:

  • Industry Leadership and Advocacy Symposium: Leading the Way to High-Performing Communities
  • Security and Disaster Preparedness Symposium: Means and Methods for Creating Resilient Communities
  • Facility Performance and Sustainability Symposium: Setting the Foundation for Resilient Communities
  • Information Resources and Technologies Symposium: Improving Facilities with the Power of Information
  • Plenary Symposium: Creating High-Performing Resilient Communities

Be a part of four activity-filled days of informative sessions, quality educational programs, award presentations and networking opportunities while interacting with other building industry professionals seeking up-to-date information on building science, technology and ways to collaborate to improve the built environment.

As the gathering place for building community leaders to address the latest advancements in building science and technology, you won’t want to miss Building Innovation 2015.

To find out more about sponsorship, exhibitor and advertising opportunities, download the event prospectus. Visit the Conference website for more information on the event. Registration opens September 1.


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