21st Century Building Expo & Conference

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Tuesday, September 13, 2016 - 12:00am - Thursday, September 15, 2016 - 12:00am

The NCEEA will have a booth on the Exhibit Hall, #316. Stop by and see us!

Chuck Perry will be teaching "Energy Code Essentials", September 15th from 9:00am-10:00am.
Codes of all kinds are the starting point for a successful building project but let's face it, learning about codes can be boring. In this class we will single out the NC Residential Energy Code and explore new ways of learning. The class will include how-to animations, videos, plenty of pictures, student exercises and even a game show. Trying to mix fun with the Energy Code might be a stretch but we are going to try.

About the Expo:
The 21st Century Building Expo & Conference is the premier networking and educational event for the home building industry in the Southeast! Builders, developers, remodelers, real estate agents, trade contractors and other industry professionals from North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia & Tennessee will converge in Charlotte for this annual event each September.

The three-day educational conference offers NAHB Education courses, North Carolina Builder Institute courses and general session seminars to keep all industry professionals up-to-date on the latest trends, techniques and products for the building industry. The Expo Floor, open for two days, showcases the latest products and services from suppliers and manufacturers serving the home building industry. In addition, the invaluable networking at the STARS Awards Gala and Kick-Off Celebration will keep you coming back year after year!

The 21CBEC is hosted by the North Carolina Home Builders Association, the largest state association in the federation of home builders associations.

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21st Century Building Expo & Conference
P.O. Box 99090
Raleigh, NC 27624
Phone: (919) 676-9090   |    Toll Free: (800) 662-7129
Fax: (919) 676-0402

North Carolina Home Builders Association
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Deborah Alford
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