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Construction Professionals Meet the Composites Industry Next Week in Architectural Iconic Chicago for Innovative Building Solutions in New U.S. Event
The Future of Composites in Construction, McCormick Place, June 20-22, 2017 Chicago, IL
6 Conferences – 28 International Speakers
Over the 3 days, renowned speakers from America, Europe, Asia and Africa will present the trends and development in the Building & Construction Industry. Various topics will be addressed, such as Construction: A Segment Filled with Possibilities, Durability of Composite Materials in Construction, Ensuring Safety While Maintaining Performance in Buildings and Infrastructure, Composites as a Worthy Alternative to Traditional Materials in Buildings and Infrastructure, Developing Building Codes and Guidelines: Is Standardization an Attainable Goal? Or again a conference jointly organized with TechTextil North America: Connecting Technical Textiles and Composite Materials in the Building and Construction Fields.
The event is excited to propose the keynote speech of Mr. Mark Goulthorpe, Architect and Professor of the MIT Department of Architecture and Head of the new Design Stream in the SMArchS program.
Networking Opportunities and Innovation Discoveries
On the Show floor, exhibitors from around the world will propose their many solutions to overcome the challenges facing the Construction, Building and Infrastructure Industry. Also, attendees can take part in the Architectural Composites Tour organized in partnership with the Illinois Institute of Technology to visit 4 composite buildings in the campus.
JEC Group will also present its newest publication: THE Book “The future of building: The growing use of composites in construction and architecture”.
The Future of Composites in Construction will also be the stage of the 2017 JEC Innovation Awards dedicated to Building and Construction, celebrating the 6 winners in this category.
More information: www.jeccomposites.com
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