CONSTRUCT 2010 Coming to Philly

Words: Dan Kamys

CONSTRUCT will take place in Philadelphia at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, May 11 – 14. This show is the commercial building industry event for architects, specifiers, engineers, facility managers, building owners, CSI members, project managers, general contractors, designers and thousands of diverse commercial, institutional and industrial building professionals. Held in conjunction with the CSI Annual Convention and co-located with The TFM Show, CONSTRUCT offers accredited education, unparalleled networking and a full exhibit hall floor with the latest products, services and solutions for the commercial building industry. Gain the insights you need to face the future. For more information, visit www.constructshow.com.

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