If you are interested in the inner workings of the built environment, this conference is for you. Building Innovation was designed to convene representatives of government, the building industry, labor and consumer interests, and regulatory agencies. The aim was to identify and resolve problems and potential problems that hamper the construction of safe, affordable structures for housing, commerce and industry throughout the country. Details about 2019 attendees can be found below.

Primary Business:
  • Architecture
  • Building Construction
  • Building Materials/Products Manufacturing
  • Building Owner/Manager
  • Codes & Standards Organization
  • Consumer & General Interest
  • Contractor/Consulting
  • Education
  • Engineering
  • Federal Government
  • Housing Industry
  • Real Estate/Finance/Insurance
  • Research/Testing
  • Software/Technology
  • State/Local Government
  • Student

 

Primary Job Function:
  • Acoustical Design
  • Analysis/Advising
  • Architecture
  • BIM/CAD Design
  • Building Enclosure Design
  • Civil Engineering
  • Code Enforcement
  • Commissioning
  • Construction/Installation
  • Energy/Sustainability Management
  • Facility Operations and Maintenance
  • Fire Protection Engineering
  • Information Systems
  • Instruction/
  • Interior Design
  • Management
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Planning
  • Plumbing Engineering
  • Public Relations
  • Research/Testing
  • Sales
  • Security/Risk Assessment
  • Software/Website Design and Programming
  • Specification/Guidelines Writer
  • Structural Engineering

Sponsorship opportunities are available at http://buildinginnovation.org/sponsorship-opportunities. You can also download the full sponsorship prospectus and space application here.

Questions? 

Sarah Swango
Director of Business Development
sswango@nibs.org

The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) produces this event. To find out more more about NIBS, or to become a member, visit nibs.org.

The conference kicks off with a welcome reception at 5pm on April 6, 2020. More details on session times will be released this fall.

Registration options for members, non-members and students will be available this fall.