The Commercial Construction Show, scheduled to be held June 2-4, 2009, at the new Phoenix Convention Center in Phoenix, Ariz., will attract architects, interior designers and property managers looking for new service providers, especially those companies offering products and services that reduce operating costs.
The three-day event will feature seminars and more than 200 exhibits.
Concrete industry professionals can improve their knowledge of retail, restaurant and hospitality construction at the show, said Dave Doucette, vice president and editor of Commercial Construction Magazine, which owns and produces the show, in a press release. “There is still newunit construction underway and in the pipeline, but builders and architects are placing a newfound emphasis on products that can cut energy costs and reduce maintenance costs while improving the appearance of their buildings. Attendees are interested in affordable ways of upgrading existing facilities, renovating interiors and looking for products that can have an immediate impact on reducing operating costs.” ? www.cc-show.net