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Dell Technologies Named Exclusive Technology Day Sponsor for Building Innovation 2020

Posted By Christine Cube, ccube@nibs.org, Wednesday, February 19, 2020
Updated: Tuesday, February 18, 2020

Dell Technologies will sponsor Technology Day (April 8), the third official day of the Building Innovation 2020 Conference and Expo.

As the exclusive Technology Day sponsor, Dell will showcase the latest in virtual reality, gaming consoles, and solutions to the technological challenges in the built environment.

In addition to supporting the Building Innovation conference, Dell also has signed on to offer members of the National Institute of Building Sciences exclusive savings on Dell products. Discounts can be found at www.dell.com/nibs.

Among the promotions, Dell is offering a coupon to NIBS members, allowing an extra 5% off all Dell desktops, notebooks, servers, electronics, and accessories. This is in addition to current promotions, so members can use more than one coupon for even greater savings.

BI2020 is scheduled for April 6-9. It’s a premiere event for the built environment that brings together innovators, government leaders, public and private sector representatives, and officials from building and construction.

The event takes place at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel. Register today to attend.

Want to learn more? Visit https://www.nibs.org/. Let’s be social! We’re @bldgsciences on Twitter, or you can find us on Facebook.

 

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“I’d Like to Attend Building Innovation 2020. Will I Earn AIA and ICC Credits?” The Answer is Yes!

Posted By Christine Cube, Tuesday, February 4, 2020

A big part of today’s meetings and conventions is the opportunity to earn continuing education credits, while learning more about the industry.

That’s why the National Institute of Building Sciences has partnered with the American Institute of Architects and International Code Council to make easier some of the credit-earning potential.

Attendees at the Building Innovation 2020 Conference and Expo in April can earn up to 19 AIA-approved continuing education system/health safety welfare credits, over 4 days, for full-conference attendance. If you’re an engineer, you know that many licensing bodies accept AIA credits as part of various continuing education programs.

Can’t attend the entire conference? Here’s more on the breakdown of AIA CES/HSW credits: Each day of the conference focuses on a specific theme – resilience, technology, or workforce. Every day holds a set number of CES/HSW credits that can be earned.

Additionally, we’re hammering out details now with ICC about CEU credits and how they’ll be allotted for Building Innovation attendance. Stay tuned for more information.

BI2020 is scheduled for April 6-9. It’s a premiere event for the built environment that brings together innovators, government leaders, public and private sector representatives, and officials from building and construction.

Building Innovation takes place at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel. Register today to attend.

Want to learn more? Visit https://www.nibs.org/. Let’s be social! We’re @bldgsciences on Twitter, or you can find us on Facebook.

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So you've got something to say about the built environment. We've got the meeting for you.

Posted By Christine Cube, Monday, September 30, 2019
Updated: Wednesday, September 25, 2019

The deadline to speak at Building Innovation 2020 is coming up.

What is Building Innovation? It's the only place where everyone who impacts the built environment comes to find solutions, share ideas, and discuss initiatives, practices, and policies to optimize building performance and sustainability.

In the past, conference attendees have covered every facet of building design, sustainability and management, from architecture and code enforcement to mechanical and fire-protection engineering.

For 2020, we're changing things up a bit. We've streamlined the three-day meeting into three specific tracks: Resilience, technology, and workforce.

Don’t miss this compelling program, which takes place April 6-9, 2020, at the Renaissance Arlington Capital View Hotel. This also happens to be prime time for the cherry blossoms in the nation's capital.

So if you're in the building industry, thinking of joining this world, or would like to learn more about the inner workings of the built environment, register today. And, if you'd like to present to this group, drop in your abstract before it's too late. (Oct. 11 is too late.)

We want to hear from you. 

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