Meet up with the BD+C team at Greenbuild. Drinks are on us!

To all our friends in the AEC industry, you are cordially invited to join the BD+C team at several fun events during the Greenbuild show this week. No RSVP required. Just show up and enjoy. 

November 17, 2013 |
David Barista

BD+C's Pedia-Pod modular pediatric patient unit at our GreenZone exhibit

To all our friends in the AEC industry, you are cordially invited to join the BD+C team at several fun events during the Greenbuild show this week. No RSVP required. Just show up and enjoy. 

First, make sure to stop by and take a tour of our Pedia-Pod modular pediatric patient unit at our GreenZone exhibit. This innovative demonstration project was designed to provide a kid-friendly patient room, offering a unique and cheerful environment where a child can feel most comfortable. It was built by modular manufacturer NRB and shipped to the convention center earlier this week. The GreenZone Pedia-Pod is located right off the show floor, outside the Hall E entrance, on the Broad Street side of the convention center. 

Second, we'll be hosting two open houses at GreenZone. Food and drinks are on us!

• Wednesday, November 20 — 5:00-7:00 p.m.: GreenZone Cocktail Reception

• Thursday, November 21 — 8:00-9:00 a.m.: Pedia-Pod Open House Breakfast

Finally, stop by our Thursday evening cocktail reception for MORE drinks on us!

• Thursday, November 21 — 6:30-8:00 p.m. Cocktail Reception at Molly Malloy’s Reading Terminal Market - 1136 Arch Street

We look forward to seeing you next week!

David Barista | Building Team Blog
Building Design+Construction
Editorial Director

David Barista is Editorial Director of Building Design+Construction and, properties that combined reach more than 100,000 commercial building professionals, including architects, engineers, contractors, and building owners. David has covered the U.S. construction industry for more than a decade, previously serving as Editor-in-Chief of BD+C, Professional Builder, Custom Builder, and He has won numerous editorial awards, including six Jesse H. Neal Awards and multiple honors from the Construction Writers Association and the American Society of Business Publication Editors.

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