June 13, 2005
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Upcoming Events

June 8 - 10, 2005
Place: Maastricht, Netherlands
June 9, 2005
Place: 1100 Virginia Drive

Fort Washington Expo Center, Fort Washington, PA USA
The First Annual Synergis Technology Expo, hosted by Synergis Engineering Design Solutions and Autodesk, is an opportunity for design and engineering professionals to learn how the latest design automation tools can successfully impact their work efficiency. Industry experts in Manufacturing, Building Design, Government, Infrastructure (Civil/GIS), Data Management and Education will educate attendees on the latest Autodesk solutions through more than 30 breakout sessions. Attendees will increase their familiarity and skill level with the AutoCAD 2006 family of products while understanding industry trends and how to overcome technical
June 13 - 15, 2005
Place: Westin Tabor Center

Denver, CO USA
NAHB is proud to present the 2nd Design Institute for Builders. During this exceptional design education event, you'll learn the latest in residential housing design trends from the industry's top professionals, tour beautiful award-winning homes and communities that display the best in cutting-edge architectural design, and learn how to profitably apply these design ideas to the homes you build.

June 14 - 15, 2005
Place: 6350 N. River Road

Hyatt - Rosemont, Rosemont, IL 60018 USA
Production System Design and Work Structuring June 14-15, 2005.
This seminar provides an overview of Lean Construction and its underlying theory, principles and techniques. The seminar will focus on the design, operation and improvement of the Last Planner System™ of production control and the continuing practice of work structuring. This session is a must for people and companies considering or adopting Lean Construction.

We suggest participants read "The Goal" by E. Goldratt. Additional pre readings will be returned by email to registrants.

The seminar will be held in at the Hyatt Rosemont near the Chicao O'Hare Airport. For reservations, phone 847 518 1234 and ask for the Lean Construction Institute rate. The seminar begins at 8 am each day and closes at 4:30 on the 15th and 4:00 on the 16th. Breaks, lunches and workbooks are provided participants. Dress is casual.
June 15 - 16, 2005
Place: Helsinki, Finland
There have been several initiatives and road maps over the past few years by various government agencies, industry associations, and private companies throughout the world in pursuit of accelerating technological integration and automation in the construction industry. However, these initiatives and road maps have never been integrated or compared with each other, even if the potential for a more effective global cooperation in the field of construction industry is remarkable. In order better to leverage the R&D that is currently underway, we are planning a “Global
Summit on Construction Industry R&D Strategies and their Transnational, Co-operative Implementation,” in conjunction with the CIB 2005 World Conference.

This first-ever summit will identify the common industry-wide challenges that can be addressed globally. The goal of the Summit is to develop transnational strategies that will accelerate the adoption and implementation of automated technology solutions, which will result in a more customer-oriented construction process with increased business value. In short, the Summit will align goals and leverage our collective resources in the field of the construction industry.

June 20 - 23, 2005
Place: Disney's Coronado Springs Resort

Orlando, FL USA
Ecobuild, with a long standing success in Asia, is proud to announce the the debut of its' newest event...Ecobuild America, the world's foremost green conference and exhibition. Ecobuild America 2005, the environmental systems technology conference and exhibition.

Ecobuild America will address the estimated $15 billion worth of green buildings currently in design or under construction in the US, representing 12-15% of total public construction and 2% of private sector construction. Although the $15 billion is less than 5% of the total $315 billion US annual construction for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings, this category is growing at a rate of about 75% annually.It covers the breadth of commercial, industrial, institutional and residential green building techniques, construction products, renewable energy resources, and sustainable growth design and planning processes. Ecobuild America will be accompanied by product educational
sessions for design and construction professionals will feature the latest innovations in green building materials and energy and technology, with particular emphasis on sustainable growth, green building, and environmental design. This gathering promises to feature the most comprehensive congregation of green building programs and technologies ever assembled — a showcase for this rapidly expanding and dynamic industry.

Delphi Inc., a leading research, publishing company and event producer in Tokyo organizes the Japanese event which is sponsored and supported by the Japan Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, and Transport; Japan Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry; Japan Ministry of the Environment; Tokyo Metropolitan Government; The Japan Institute of Architects; Architectural Institute of Japan; the Building Contractor's Society; The Institute for Environment and Energy Conservation; New Energy and Technology Development Organization (NEDO); and the Japan Ecology Foundation.
June 23, 2005
Place: UW College of Architecture & Urban Planning

Seattle, WA USA
The AIA Seattle Diversity Roundtable, in partnership with colleagues at the UW Department of Achitecture, Pomegranate Center, and Fremont Public Association, have big ideas for the 2005 Summer Solstice Procession - with a series of events that commenced with a late-March visit to Marra Farm, in Seattle’s South Park neighborhood.
June 26, 2005
Place: Kansas City, MO USA
The Concrete Home Building Councils' Plant Tour is a multi-day event featuring educational programs and behind-the-scenes tours of cement-based building materials and manufacturing facilities. Attendees have the opportunity to network with colleagues from across the country while learning the inner workings of the concrete industry as a whole.

The Plant Tour gives attendees a broad view of the regional differences in production and building trends, a working knowledge of all types of cement-based materials, and an understanding of how to implement the most up-to-date industry trends into their own businesses.

This two day event will leave you with a superior understanding of the residential concrete construction market. The event will start on Sunday, June 26 with a Golf Touranment at the St. Andrews Golf Club followed by a Concrete Reception at 6:00pm at the Hyatt Regency Crown Center. Don't miss out on this great event and tour. Take a look at the week's activities!

June 27 - 29, 2005
Place: The Westin Seattle Hotel

Seattle, WA USA
Tunneling is both an art and a highly scientific endeavor, requiring a broad range of capabilities and experience and a willingness to try state-of-the-art materials, equipment, and techniques.

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