NAHB International Builder’s Show January 18

International Builders Show 2016We are excited to be going to the International Builder’s Show on January 19-21 in Las Vegas. Perry will be attending this year to check out new products in the building industry. He will be taking some education seminars and participating in the codes and standards committee meetings and government affairs meetings.

Our past experience at IBS has always helped us stay up to date with the latest ideas, products, and other areas of the industry.

NAHB student chapter competition

Perry has been working with a group of five Shelby County High School students to compete in the construction technology program again this year. Two of the students are returning for a second time. They competed last year and won third nationally. Perry loves sharing his knowledge and experience of building homes with young people who are eager to learn. He has high hopes for the group this year. We will keep you updated on the outcome of the student chapters of the NAHB competition.

About the Show

  • The NAHB International Builder’s Show is the largest in the world, bringing in 50,000 people from 100 different countries.
  • The show highlights the latest products, materials and technologies in all types of building including wood, concrete, stone and brick. The leading manufacturers and suppliers will be set up at exhibits to showcase their products and services.
  • The New American Home was designed and built with cutting edge technology and features all the latest in building techniques, sustainability and technology. IBS attendees will be able to walk through the home and experience all of these features first hand.
  • As we mentioned before, there will be 120 educational seminars and discussions led by experts from all across the nation.

We will keep you updated about our time at the NAHB show, and as always, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us about any questions you may have about building a custom home.

Take a step toward your dream

Schedule a Design Call