Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange - Feb 18 & 19

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Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange - Feb 18 & 19

Time: February 18, 2011 at 10am to February 19, 2011 at 6pm
Location: Lakewood, Colorado
City/Town: Lakewood
Website or Map: http://www.egia.org/academy/R…
Phone: 720.771.1708
Event Type: rocky, mountain, contractor, exchange
Organized By: Stephen Michael Self
Latest Activity: Dec 15, 2010

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Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange - Feb 18 & 19

 

Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange

 

www.EGIA.org/Academy/RockyMountain

 

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The Rocky Mountain Contractor Exchange facilitates a networking and professional development conference for residential and commercial contractors, building performance professionals, manufactures and distributors of energy and water efficient products serving the Rocky Mountain Region and neighboring states. This event attracts hundreds of home improvement contractors, manufactures and distributors as well as trade allies that provide products and services to support home improvement and home energy efficiency.

 

The agenda focuses on best practices from regional energy efficiency programs. This event is about how home improvement contractors and existing energy efficiency programs are currently working together to bring more comfort, improved efficiency and increased durability to new and existing buildings.

 

This two-day event begins at noon on Friday, February 18th and ends at noon on Saturday 19th. A hosted reception will take place Friday evening.

 

Who should attend

 

Contractors (residential & small commercial), solar, insulation, HVAC, retrofit, program administrators, energy auditors, energy raters, company owners, department managers and other key employees with companies focused on residential and small commercial remodeling, replacement and service contractors. This event is intended for company owners and presidents to attend with their sales, service, installation and financial managers; and other key employees in the organization.

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