Associated Builders and Contractors - 2015 Workforce Development Conference

Date
2015-03-03 - 2015-03-06
Attendees
500
Event contact first name
Lisa-Marie
Event contact last name
Gardner
Email
Gardner@abc.org
Event contact telephone number
(202) 595.1862
Description

The  Workforce Development Conference includes both interactive construction education sessions plus exciting events in a powerful expo—uniting everything construction under one roof! Combining popular and forward-thinking educational sessions, an interactive exhibit hall, networking events, and the National Craft Championships (NCC), the Workforce Development Conference gathers the best that the construction industry has to offer.

Education
More than 40 dynamic education sessions via six tracks will provide attendees with innovative strategies and methods for project management and implementation, safety, workforce development, productivity and association management. ABC's lineup of highly accomplished speakers will inform and entertain you while providing insight and advice you can use to contribute to your company's bottom line. 

Expo
The Expo will feature 8.5 hours of uninterrupted networking time during the NCC, networking breaks, lunches and receptions. Companies from across the nation will display their products and services in the Expo hall and network with more than 500 attendees. Meet with companies on the Expo floor to learn firsthand how their products and services can help you and your company achieve its goals.

Attendee information
WHO WILL BE THERE? The majority of conference participants are electrical contractors, mechanical contractors, safety professionals, project managers, business owners and ABC chapter staff from around the country. More than 500 attendees are expected to attend the conference including front line and senior level professionals.

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