The BuildRight High Performance Building & Remodeling Conference and Expo is the one-stop source for building industry professionals to get cutting edge building technology and business development innovations. In addition to a full day of educational opportunities, including accredited CEU classes, attendees are able to interact directly with the products and services best positioned to support their high performance building projects and marketing efforts. Build Smarter. BuildRight.
BuildRight’s targeted audience includes home builders, remodelers, appraisers, realtors and other industry trades and professionals from the greater Portland Metro area. The event averages around 300 industry attendees and boasts an extensive education program able to fulfill multiple CEUs in a single event. The additional day of CCB-required education make this event an excellent forum for reaching your target audience. Contact Danielle for more information about sponsoring this year’s BuildRight.
The Home Builders Association of Metropolitan Portland is the leading voice for the residential building industry, representing more than 1,400 builders, remodelers and industry professionals. Portland’s Home Builders Association (HBA) is the most nationally-awarded HBA in the country over the last 10 years and the fifth largest overall. Since 1942, Portland’s HBA has worked on behalf of the industry to promote diverse, affordable housing options to area residents. The HBA produces and manages many outstanding programs and tours in the Portland area, including the premier NW Natural Street of Dreams, the Tour of Remodeled Homes, and the Fall and Spring Portland Home and Garden Shows. For more information, visit www.hbapdx.org.
HBA’s Home Performance Council is comprised of members dedicated to the principles of cutting edge sustainable building practices. The Home Performance Council meets regularly to discuss technology improvements and ways to market sustainable building to the public and to foster sustainable building knowledge, education and application.
“The BuildRight Conference is a dynamic event that places attendees and exhibitors/sponsors at the epicenter of housing evolution. I was so excited to be an exhibitor because our cabinets are made from recycled materials with a water-based non-off gasing finish that is right at the forefront of using sustainable materials in high-performance housing. The BuildRight Conference puts builders and remodelers on the path to building with high-performance techniques and standards. And, they discover that it does not need to add cost to their business model. Being a part of BuildRight adds to our value-differential and gives another reason why folks should choose our cabinets based on all the competitive alternatives. Each BuildRight attendee is a potential customer that we can solicit directly at the event making the dollars spent on our booth so very effective—my biggest reason for excitement around participating.”
“I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the presentations and the skills of the presenters. It is hard to find relevance when you have attended numerous gatherings like this, but relevance was present at 2013 BuildRight in abundance. I will be back next year, no question about it.”
“I thought that relative to the other conferences this year’s BuildRight had a better flow and much easier opportunities to meet and talk to vendors. That all is of course, the side benefit to the Conference. The real value to me and main benefit was the organization and variety of the classes. I was able to attend several very worthwhile meetings that had good interaction between the presenters and the audience as well as between audience members. I believe I learned more from this format than in prior years and was able to attend more classes that appealed to me.
In particular, I found it very convenient to have the vendors close to the classrooms, so no time was wasted getting to their booths.”
“All topics are pertinent to the appraisal business and the teachers could not be any better. I highly recommend this seminar to other appraisers and anyone in the construction industry.”