Jamie Gentoso was young when she got her first taste of construction.
It was her architecture class at East Lansing High School in Michigan. One of the class projects involved designing a home for a family on a specific plot of land, using a set budget. She loved solving a complex problem with various constraints and thought architecture would be… more
Building professionals and officials from across the industry met virtually to close out the second day of Building Innovation 2020 on August 19.
The National Institute of Building Sciences received more than 1,000 registrants to the annual meeting, hosting representatives from 45 countries worldwide.
Day 2 of the meeting kicked offwith Billie… more
The first day of the Building Innovation 2020: Virtual Edition conference kicked off strong with more than 1,000 registrants.
National Institute of Building Sciences CEO Lakisha A. Woods, CAE, opened the show August 18 with some encouraging words about the built environment and NIBS’ position as a convener of individuals and organizations across… more
Stepping away from work, while we’re all sheltering at home because of the pandemic, has never been more difficult.
But a group of building executives recently shared their secrets to balancing home, family, and their professional lives, during a July 30 virtual meeting of the Women Executives in Building leadership series.
Ideas ran the gamut,… more
A dedicated workforce is among the most critical components of a successful built environment.
This is why workforce is one of our tracks for Building Innovation 2020: Virtual Edition.
BI2020 takes place in less than a month – August 18-19. In addition to workforce, we also will present the best information around building technology and… more