Learn How Other CMs are Using Inventive Technologies

Originally published by: BCMCAugust 3, 2015

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The exhibit floor for BCMC 2015 continues to grow! The show floor will be filled with just the kind of innovation that keeps loyal attendees like David Mitchell (Engineered Building Design LC) coming back year after year.

“New and INVENTIVE technology improves businesses,” says Mitchell. “BCMC is an opportunity to collaborate with INDUSTRY peers and create future ideas to enhance production and design.”  

Part of that collaboration occurs on the show floor and part of it happens in the session rooms. This year’s lineup of educational opportunities is bigger and better than ever! After Lieutenant General Willie Williams kicks off the show with an inspiring message and the introduction of the two BCMC Build home recipients, attendees will enjoy two days chock full of learning that will inform decisions for the year ahead.

2015 Education Session topics run the gamut from financial decision-making to achieving maximum efficiency to better understanding lumber values and the fundamentals of successful automation. There is something for everyone, including sessions designed specifically for IT professionals, so check it out!

While you’re there, you might as well register. Early bird pricing expires on Tuesday, August 25. Make plans to stay through the Closing Celebration on Thursday afternoon to enjoy free food and drinks and lots of fun on the show floor. The festivities will include several giveaways, including a vacation voucher and the use of a Lakeside Trailer for a year!

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