Products News by CPG Building Products, Hunter, ACE Mentor Legacy Project, and Victor Stanley

Products News by CPG Building Products, Hunter, ACE Mentor Legacy Project, and Victor Stanley

Hunter’s Water-Saving Product Lineup

CPG Building Products: More Options for Your Ultimate Outdoors

Donate to the ACE Mentor Legacy Project

New Designs from Victor Stanley


June 26 – 28, Chicago: AIA Convention

Connect with the world’s brightest architects, designers, innovators, and provocateurs at the AIA Convention 2014 at McCormick Place in Chicago.

We’re inviting you to be a part of an experience that is designed with purpose. A reimagined AIA National Convention that presents a fresh, new approach to how architects learn, engage, and connect with one another. Here are seven reasons why you should attend

1. Learn.
It’s a great opportunity to satisfy your continuing education requirements.

2. Learn more.
It’s not just the subject matter; it’s also the learning experience that makes convention education so valuable. It’s inspiring, and what you learn goes home with you, ready for action.

3. Solve technical issues.
Bring your questions—you’re highly likely to find an answer among the hundreds of professionals leading seminars and the experts managing nearly 800 displays at the AIA Expo 2014.

4. Get out in front.
Discover new building materials and technologies that will have a dramatic impact on your work. Experience firsthand new ideas and trends that will influence the lives of those for whom you’re designing.

5. Promote you.
Take advantage of rare opportunities to interact with award-winning creatives, motivating business leaders, and innovative engineers.

6. Collaborate and connect.
Gaining experience in collaboration and working with other disciplines raises your value in the workplace and the marketplace—and this is the place to make the essential connections.

7. Enjoy the diversity.
You will encounter new faces that reflect the changing profile of the architecture and design field.

Learn more.


Register now. 


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