National Green Building Conference

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National Green Building Conference

Time: April 29, 2012 to May 1, 2012
Location: Nashville, TN
Website or Map: http://www.nahb.org/conferenc…
Event Type: conference
Organized By: National Association of Home Builders
Latest Activity: Mar 21, 2012

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Event Description

April 29-May 1, 2012

Nashville, TN

The National Green Building Conference & Expo provides exceptional building science and technology knowledge on the principles and trends of green building. You'll learn about these practices from well-known general session speakers, be able to interact with industry experts and your peers during education sessions that include special sessions from the Energy and Environmental Building Alliance (EEBA). You'll see these principles applied during the Green Building & Technology Tour. You'll talk about products--their uses and performance--in an exhibit hall that is completely dedicated to green home building suppliers. You'll recognize your industry peers for their achievements during the National Green Building Awards.

You'll get contacts, resources and ideas that are good for your organization, your customers and your bottom line.  With the residential green home market expected to increase fivefold by 2016, now is the perfect opportunity to ReEvaluate, ReFocus and ReCommit to Green Building.  Join us at the Nashville Convention Center!

Who Should Attend

  • Single-family builders
  • Multifamily builders
  • Remodelers
  • Developers
  • Land planners
  • Architects and designers
  • Energy raters, home inspectors, utilities staff  
  • Product manufacturers and suppliers

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