November 2011: High Energy at CONSTRUCT2011

Words: Dan Kamys Thousands of architects, specifiers, engineers, contractors and manufacturers converged in Chicago in September for CONSTRUCT2011 and The CSI Annual Convention. The vibe on the exhibit hall floor was energized, and people seemed ready to do business and showcase their latest products offerings. CONSTRUCT2011 also delivered engaging education, focused on CSI’s mission of improving communication in the construction community. Attendee registration was up 7 percent as compared to last year, which was visible in the exhibit hall, much to the delight of exhibitors. Craig Boucher of Grace Construction Products showcased Grace’s moisture control product. Craig Boucher of Grace Construction Products showcased Grace’s moisture control product.
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