Building Innovation 2014: The NIBS Second Annual Conference & Expo
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6 Jan, 2014 - 10 Jan, 2014
Washington D.C. | United States (USA) |
Building Innovation 2014: The National Institute of Building Sciences (NIBS) Second Annual Conference & Expo will focus on advancing lifecycle performance. During the conference, the Institute will look back on its 40 years of leadership and advocacy and present an agenda that highlights its activities and programs for developing innovative solutions for the built environment.
The Institute's councils will offer symposia that focus on different aspects of the Conference theme. During the Plenary Symposium, the Institute's programs will provide an overview of their activities and discuss how connecting across programs can help achieve whole building lifecycle performance. Popular events, including the buildingSMART alliance Symposium, the Building Enclosure Technology and Environment Council (BETEC) Symposium, and FEDCon — The Annual Market Outlook on Federal Construction, as well as technology demonstrations such as the Construction Operations Building information exchange (COBie) and related projects, will be part of this event. In addition, Institute councils and committees will hold annual meetings to reveal their project activities to the entire industry.
Attendees can witness the Institute's impact on the industry, interact with industry experts and innovators, gain information through educational programs, earn continuing education units (CEUs), share their expertise and experiences, and participate in solutions that advance lifecycle performance.
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