With a wide range of exhibits and sessions, CONSTRUCT & the CSI Annual Convention—scheduled for September 13 to 15 at Rhode Island Convention Center in Providence—has a lot to offer design/construction professionals looking to expand their skills.
From September 9 through 12, CSI members convened in the Charm City for CONSTRUCT. Billed by its organizers, Hanley Wood, as “the only dedicated national trade show and educational conference for the commercial building teams that spec and source building products,” the four-day event strives for the perfect blend of networking, technical education, and association business. In Baltimore, those aspects took place in the seminar rooms, on the show floor at exhibitor booths, and at special events ranging from ‘game-changer’ presentations and annual general meetings to impromptu lunches and Inner Harbor dinner cruises.
Earlier this month, CSI members from across the continent convened in the Charm City for CONSTRUCT. Billed by its organizers, Hanley Wood, as “the only dedicated national trade show and educational conference for the commercial building teams that spec and source building products,” the four-day event also served as the 58th CSI Annual Convention, honoring and highlighting the institute’s brightest and best volunteers. (We’ll have more on some of those winners, along with new Fellows … Continue reading Construct: Saying Bye to Baltimore
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