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    IIDEXCanada @ The Buildings Show 2017

    The Buildings Show is the leader in sourcing, networking and education for the North American design, architecture, construction and real estate communities. The Show is home to Construct Canada, HomeBuilder & Renovator Expo, IIDEXCanada, PM Expo and World of Concrete Pavilion, and together they create the largest North American exposition for the entire industry. The Toronto Real Estate Forum also happens concurrently.

    More than 30,500 trade professionals attend the Show annually to discover new innovations across the building industry and source the latest materials, products, tools and technologies from more than 1,600 Canadian and international exhibitors.

    Through the Show’s comprehensive seminar program, attendees can choose from 350+ seminars, panels, keynotes and roundtables led by a roster of 500+ industry experts and in addition tours, awards, parties and association meetings. Topics include: best practices, leadership, building codes and regulations, sustainability, new approaches to construction, technology and design trends in housing, healthcare, education, retail, workplaces, accessibility, hospitality and wellness.

    The Buildings Show takes place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre from November 29 – December 1, 2017. IIDEXCanada runs from November 29 – 30, 2017.

    For more information about The Buildings Show and to register, visit: www.thebuildingsshow.com.

    Be sure to visit the IDC Booth (#5000) and tell us how design impacts lives for your chance to win a free webinar of your choice!



    LocationMetro Toronto Convention Centre, 255 Front Street West Toronto, ON M5V 2W6 (Map)
    RegisterTo register, please click here
    National Industry Partners
    keilhauer Caesarstone Canada Benjamin Moore Levey Industries Cosentino Lutron
    Shaw Contract Architex Knoll Midgley Milliken Mohawk Group
    Samsung Upper Canada Forest Products Hunter Doulgas