Now in its fifth year, the Residential Design and Construction show 2009, a regional event dedicated to the residential design and construction industry, will return to Boston April 1-2.
Developed and sponsored by the Boston Society of Architects/AIA, this convention and tradeshow offers workshops, special events, demonstrations, panel discussions and networking opportunities designed specifically for professionals in the residential design and construction community.
"This two-day event is for everyone in the residential design and construction and provides the latest ideas, technologies, products and services that have emerged in this dynamic industry sector," said James Batchelor FAIA, president of BSA. "In these uncertain economic times, making decisions about where to invest your time and money becomes even more critical. Participating in RDC for business/career-management expertise, technical training, new products and services, and the opportunity to make new connections will enrich your business, your career and the places we inhabit."
Residential Design and Construction 2009 will features more than 220 exhibitors and design exhibits dedicated to providing the most up-to-date industry trends. In addition to the tradeshow, RDC offers more than 85 workshops and professional development opportunities covering topics such as sustainable design, alternative energy, interior design, home renovation and new-home construction, smart growth/smart development, community building and the production of thoughtful, well-designed residential spaces for everyone. Full workshop descriptions and scheduling information is available at www.rcdboston.com/workshops.
Admission to the exhibit hall is free when you register by March 9 and $15 after that date. In addition, professionals who register for any Residential Design and Construction 2009 package, workshop or event, automatically receive free admission to the exhibit hall.
For more information on RDC 2009 visit www.rdcboston.com.