The Supply Chain of the Future: How disruptive technologies and megatrends will shape distribution

It's no surprise that technological trends are profoundly impacting distribution organizations all around the globe. These life- and business-changing megatrends benefit distributors in many ways, enabling them to: Improve efficiency and Reduce cost.

By recognizing these trends and leveraging these technologies, you will be able to stay competitive and—most importantly—deliver greater value to your customers. But first, let’s take a look at the numbers.

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5 Critical Take-Aways from the 2020 BUILDER Concept Home

Hear Sekisui House, Ltd., Marketing General Manager Norio Adachi on what bringing Chōwa to the United States market means to Sekisui House, its leaders, its partners, and its worldwide team of associates.

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Home Building Crossroads Webinar - The Intersection of Building Science and Building Materials: Orange County

Gain insight from real-world examples that meet the new energy code - while providing the means to a comfortable, durable, energy efficient building enclosure.

Date: August 11, 2020
Time: 12pm PT

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Home Building Crossroads Webinar - The Intersection of Building Science and Building Materials: Minneapolis

Gain insight from real-world examples that meet the new energy code - while providing the means to a comfortable, durable, energy efficient building enclosure.

Date: August 18 and 19, 2020
Time: 9am CT

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Home Building Crossroads Webinar - The Intersection of Building Science and Building Materials: Richmond

Gain insight from real-world examples that meet the new energy code - while providing the means to a comfortable, durable, energy efficient building enclosure.

Date: August 12 and 13, 2020
Time: 9am ET

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2020 Apartment Market Update

After a decade of expansion in the U.S. apartment market, can performance momentum be sustained? Hear what multi-family housing experts Greg Willett and Adam Couch have to say about 2020.

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The Restroom of the Future Designing Connected, User-Friendly, and Sustainable Commercial Restrooms (Print Course)

The A&D industry, plumbing manufacturers, and municipalities are conducting a great deal of research and development into technological advancements, sustainable features, design trends, and the social implications of today’s commercial restrooms. The Internet of Things (IoT) facilitates sweeping changes to restrooms of the future, and sustainability initiatives are pushing energy efficiency and water conservation to the forefront of restroom design.

This course will discuss these issues and more, including forward-thinking restroom designs and innovative technologies that will help you design connected, user-friendly, and sustainable commercial restrooms.

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Creating a Wellness Space in the Master Bath

Hydrotherapy is the practice of using water treatments to improve physical, physiological, and mental health. As trends in at-home self-care rituals are growing, there is an increased desire among homeowners to transform the master bath into a personalized wellness retreat. Incorporating at-home hydrotherapy treatments like spa tubs, saunas, or steam showers can be accomplished in almost every type of master bathroom.


This course will help learners understand what hydrotherapy is, how it’s beneficial, and why it’s important in new home design and renovations, as well as specification considerations for experience baths, saunas, and steam rooms and/or showers.

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BUILDER Tour Chōwa Concept Home

This house will engage with a growing preference for homes that support health and well-being, highlighting the balance between indoor living and outdoor life, between technology and privacy, between comfort and simplicity, and between themselves and their community and the natural environment.

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Thermal Bridging Solutions for Buildings

Thermal bridging is a common occurrence in many mid-rise, high-rise, and multifamily structures, particularly if there are balconies. The effects of thermal bridging can range from occupant discomfort to the accumulation of mold and condensation to energy loss and inefficiency. By understanding the terminology associated with thermal bridging and learning how to identify where in a wall assembly thermal bridging occurs, specifiers can better mitigate its effects. One strategy that can help earn LEED credits, as well as adhere to code, is to include thermal breaks in the design strategy.

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