Over 70 design, construction and manufacturer professionals came together on Thursday, March 14 to share their knowledge with one another on new product and system solutions in the areas of low slope roofing, air and water barriers, decorative claddings, high performance coatings, thermal bridging, acoustics, moisture management and more.
Design and construction professionals met one-on-one for 20 minutes throughout the day with technical manufacturer reps to ask questions, get answers, learn something new and develop relationships to help on existing and future projects.
Participating manufactures included American Hydrotech, Armatherm, Arriscraft General Shale, Carboline, ClarkDietrich Building Systems, Dec Tec, Dow Performance Silicones, Dupont Performance Building Solutions, GAF Materials Corporation, GCP Applied Technologies, Inc., Keene Building Products, Kuraray, MAPEI Corporation, MaxLife Industries, National Gypsum Co., Novum Structures LLC, Preferred Solutions, Inc., Schock North America, SFS Groups USA, Inc., Swisspearl and WickRight Inc.
Participating design and construction companies included ABI Specifications Consulting, Adrian Smith + Gordon Gill Architecture LLP, ArchiTech Consulting, Inc., Booth Hansen, Ltd., Brininstool + Lynch, Building Technology Consultants, Inc., Conspectus, Inc., Daylight Studio LLC, Epstein, Fitzgerald Associates Architects, Gresham Smith, Heritage Architecture Studio, LLC, HKS, James McHugh Construction Company, Jensen & Halstead Ltd., Klein and Hoffman, KTGY Architecture + Planning, Level Architecture Incorporated, MAG Architect/Code Consultant Inc., makeArchitecture, Pappageorge Haymes Partners, Pepper Construction, Perkins+Will, Power Construction Company, Raths, Raths & Johnson, Inc., and Thomas J. Kane Architects.
As an added bonus the participants enjoyed the lunch time presentation Integration of Nature and Technology for Smart Urban Design which was presented by Anil Ahuja, President at CCJM Engineers, Ltd.
Thank you to the 6th annual CSi2eye event committee, participants and Anil Ahuja who helped make this year’s event a success. We look forward to continuing to build relationships through knowledge sharing next year and years to come. See more photos from our 2019 CSi2eye Event.
If you are interested in being involved in our 2020 CSi2eye either as a design and construction professional or a manufacturer participant please visit our 2020 CSi2eye web page.