Tuesday, January 22
10:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Building Knowledge Session
Level of Content:
Multifamily Builders & Developers, Remodelers, Single Family - Production , Single Family - Small Volume Builders, Custom Builders, Manufacturers/Suppliers, Systems Built Home Manufacturers & Builders
Development, Construction & Codes
David Jaffe, NAHB, Washington, DC
Matt Belcher, Verdatek Solutions, PACIFIC, MO
Richard S. Duncan, Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance, Fairfax, VA
Kurt P. Riesenberg, Spray Polyurethane Foam Alliance, Fairfax, VA
Lee Salamone, American Chemistry Council, Washington, DC
Participants must be registered for a full registration package or a 1-day education with expo pass package valid for the day of the session they wish to attend. Seating for Building Knowledge sessions will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
Building Knowledge Session – These 60-90 minute sessions are the foundation of IBS education. With nearly 125 sessions in 8 education tracks, attendees are guaranteed to find programs on the hottest, most relevant building industry topics. Full registration or 1-day education registration for the day of the session is required.
Spotlight Session – Each time block features one Spotlight session, a 60-90 minute program that highlights leading industry experts and the latest emerging trends. IBS attendees won’t want to miss these high-profile, energizing sessions. Full registration or 1-day education registration for the day of the session is required.
Master Session – These sessions are in-depth, three-hour intensive programs that dig deeper into specific industry topics. Master sessions are open to those with a Full registration or a 1-day education registration for the day of the session, but have limited seating for an optimal learning experience. Attendees may guarantee a seat for $25 per session during registration. Prior to each session, any non-guaranteed seating will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis at no additional charge.
Innovation Session – Located in the new Innovation Hub, these programs will not only explore innovations in home building, but also offer attendees new, interactive options for learning. 60-90 minute presenter-led sessions will address emerging building techniques, products and technologies, while more informal, attendee-driven programs will allow for invaluable peer-to-peer sharing, networking and open forum. Full registration or 1-day education registration for the day of the session is required.
Plan Review – This unique three-hour session offers a chance to review your design plans with experts in the field who can offer suggestions and solutions to help take them to the next level. Full registration or 1-day education registration for the day of the session is required.
Advanced - Attendees should have extensive prior knowledge of the subject matter.
Intermediate - Attendees should have fundamental prior knowledge of the subject matter.
Novice - Attendees need little or no prior knowledge of the subject matter.