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Building Innovation 2016 Offers 41 Continuing Education Units

Tuesday, December 15, 2015  
Posted by: Pam Towns
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Select from 8 Different Events to Satisfy Professional Education Requirements

Attend Building Innovation 2016: The National Institute of Building Sciences Conference & Expo and check professional education requirements off the top of your 2016 “to-do” list. The Institute’s Annual Conference, to be held January 11-15, in Metro Washington, D.C., is a great way to earn continuing education units (CEUs) while hearing from speakers who are experts in their fields. With the theme Achieving a Resilient Future, Building Innovation 2016 offers a number of educational sessions that give attendees the opportunity to select from a total of 41.25 Learning Units (LUs) from the American Institute of Architects.

Building Innovation 2016 Events with CEUs include:

Other opportunities to hear from industry leaders include the following networking events:

  • The Tuesday Keynote Luncheon presented by the Chairman of the Institute's Board of Directors, James "Tim” T. Ryan, CBO, City of Overland Park, Kansas.
  • The Wednesday Exhibits Walking Lunch in the Exhibit Hall where Exhibitors will present the latest industry technologies.
  • The Thursday Beyond Green™ Awards Luncheon, sponsored by the Illuminating Engineering Society, where the 2015 recipients will present their award-winning projects.
  • The Institute’s Annual Reception and Awards Banquet, where the Institute will recognize industry leaders with Institute awards.

And be sure to attend the Institute’s board, council and committee meetings to get an insider’s view of the Institute in action and discover how you can get involved in developing solutions to improve the built environment.

View the full schedule of events.

Register Now

Register to attend credit-building educational sessions with a Full-Conference ticket, a One-Day Conference ticket or drop by to hear one of the daily lunch events. Select the conference package that works best for you.

Just don’t wait too long to register. Online registration ends December 31, 2015. Register now to avoid the line and save $100 off onsite registration.

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