Here Comes the 2019 HPC National Home Performance Conference & Trade Show!
In less than a week, close to 2,000 members of the home performance community, including novices and experts in their fields, will gather in Chicago for the 2019 HPC National Home Performance Conference and Trade Show. No promises about the weather, though Chicago is hard to beat in the Spring, most of the time. But Chicago, that “toddling town”, is known for its entertainment offerings and restaurants, not to mention its parks and places to walk along the shore of Lake Michigan. Chicago is also known as a city with extraordinary architecture. Click hereto find out more about a tour of architecture along the Chicago river—the one that the city turns green for Saint Patrick’s Day every year—and even book a spot. (My wife Michele highly recommends this tour.)
The conference agenda was developed to meet the needs of our industry so that you can continue to develop and grow your skills as well as learn how to create jobs that are good for the national economy. Based on feedback from past year’s events, HPC has identified key topics for the workshops, tracts, and individual sessions of practical interest to you, including workforce development, policy, employing the behavioral sciences, healthy homes, smart homes, and multifamily. The best of building science, plus.
You can find out more and still register through at the HPC website. Make note: HPC has not raised its conference fees in 10 years.
If you don’t plan on being in Chicago next week, you can participate through HPC’s media channels:
If you are participating in person, or through the web, be enlightened and informed, connect with others in your field, and enjoy!
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