The Top 6 Construction Conferences You Shouldn’t Miss In 2019
We’ve compiled a list of the must-attend trade shows in the second half of 2019. From the leading construction technology summit to one of the world’s largest green building conferences, you won’t want to miss out.
Chicago Build Chicago, Illinois, USA Sep 19-20 Chicago Build features more than 200 speakers and will span across 12 different conference topics. And it’s free to the public.Photo courtesy of Chicago Build
Women in Construction USA San Francisco, California, USA Sept 18-19 The Women in Construction conference provides a f0rum for women of all ages to learn from senior executives and industry professionals. The gathering also offers vast networking and mentoring opportunities to all attendees.Photo courtesy of Women in Construction USA
Groundbreak Phoenix, Arizona, USA Oct 8-10 Procore’s Groundbreak conference is one of the leading construction technology summit’s in the U.S. Attendees will get the chance to test out Procore’s latest products and work alongside 100+ company engineers and developers. Some 4,000 attendees will have the opportunity to network with fellow construction professionals, and choose from 80 conference sessions led by the industry’s top thought leaders.Photo courtesy of Procore
Greenbuild Atlanta, Georgia, USA Nov 19-22 Considered to be the largest annual event for green building professionals worldwide, speakers and sessions at Greenbuild will discuss cutting edge solutions to improve resilience, sustainability, and quality of life in buildings, cities, and communities.Photo courtesy of Greenbuild
London Build Expo Olympia, London, United Kingdom Nov 27-28 London Build (part of the global Build series) will feature more than 500 speakers and 350 exhibitors. As the one of the only building and construction shows for London and the South East, this conference is great for networking and it’s free!Photo courtesy of London Build Expo
The Buildings Show Toronto, Ontario, Canada Dec 4-6 As one of North America’s biggest event for products, services, educational programming and professional networking, The Buildings Show has been the standard in the construction trade show circuit for the past three decades.Photo courtesy of The Buildings Show
Take full advantage of what these events have to offer and build a stronger business… In the end you’ll put faces to names, open doors to potential projects, gain knowledge and exposure to new trends, and competitive insights. In our opinion, the most valuable benefit is rekindling the motivation and enthusiasm that drew you to this great industry in the first place.