Building Innovation 2018 Early-Bird Rate Ends Tomorrow, November 30

Building Innovation 2018 Early-Bird Rate Ends Tomorrow, November 30

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Washington, DC  – (RealEstateRama) — Expert speakers, multiple educational sessions, informative keynotes, entertaining networking opportunities and career-building continuing education credits…all taking place at Building Innovation 2018: The National Institute of Building Sciences Sixth Annual Conference and Expo, January 8-11, 2018, in Washington, D.C. Don’t pay full price to be part of four activity-packed days where the entire building community will unite to explore ways to Sustain. Strengthen. Secure. Early-bird rates end tomorrow, November 30, 2017, at midnight ETRegister now and save up to $250 off onsite registration rates.


Save hundreds and learn from industry leaders, take part in the process, share ideas, create solutions and earn valuable credits. Don’t miss the opportunity to benefit from the exciting program that includes 20 education sessions led by 55 speakers offering 31 continuing education units, three keynote presentations, four networking events and 20 exhibitors.

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The National Institute of Building Sciences was authorized by the U.S. Congress in the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, Public Law 93-383. In establishing the Institute, Congress recognized the need for an organization that could serve as an interface between government and the private sector. The Institute's public interest mission is to serve the Nation by supporting advances in building science and technology to improve the built environment.

Through the Institute, Congress established a public/private partnership to enable findings on technical, building-related matters to be used effectively to improve government, commerce and industry.


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