Building Design+Construction has teamed up with 30+ leading AEC women professionals to bring you compelling content on tough issues women face in this fast-paced and highly competitive industry.
THIS CONFERENCE INCLUDES:
• Inspirational speakers
• Leading research and insights on hiring/workplace trends
• Takeaway-focused educational seminars
• High-energy group workshops
• Multiple networking events
Who Should Attend:
• Architects • Engineers • Contractors • Developers • Facility Managers • Owners & Principals • Marketers • Business Development
This conference is open to women at all levels in the commercial construction industry.
In the News:
Arlington Heights, IL (June 6, 2016) — The editors of Building Design+Construction magazine are teaming with nearly 30 leading women AEC professionals to launch the first annual Women in Design+Construction Conference (WiD+C), November 9-11, 2016, at the Ritz-Carlton Laguna Niguel in Dana Point, Calif.
$345.00 – Conference Attendee Early Bird
(Valid through September 7, 2016)
$495.00 – Conference Attendee Full Registration
$250.00 – Additional person from the same company
$250.00 – AIA Orange County Members
$250.00 – AIA San Diego Members
$125.00 – AIA Orange County Emerging Professionals
$99.00 – Ross Minority Program in Real Estate
November 9-11, 2016
Ritz-Carlton, Laguna Niguel Dana Point, CA
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Earn 10 AIA CES Learning Units or Professional Development Hours
Professional Development + Career Training + Networking
About Building Design+Construction Magazine
Our mission: to provide essential solutions that inspire Building Teams to design and construct great places for people. BD+C is the only magazine published for the Building Team—architects, engineers, contractors, building owners, and facilities managers involved in design and construction of nonresidential buildings. The caliber of our audience is unprecedented—concentrating on the most influential decision-makers in nonresidential building construction; 100% of BD+C's 72,133 readers are involved in the selection of building products and services.