If you’ve been a part of the MEP and Structural Fabricators Forum in the past, you know what a unique event it is—a place to learn how technology is changing the game for those who detail and fabricate MEP and structural systems. The knowledge and insight you can gain there is hard to find anywhere else. Plus, it brings a singular opportunity to connect with other contractors, subcontractors, designers, engineers, and fabricators from around the country and around the world. It’s a chance to learn how your industry is advancing from the people who are leading the charge.
This year will be more valuable than ever. That’s partly because we’re integrating the Fab Forum (as we like to call it) into the broader AU experience.
What Does This Mean for You?
If you’re an attendee, this means you’ll have more flexibility in how you plan your learning experience in Vegas, and how you connect to the larger community that gathers there. With a 1-day or 3-day AU pass, you’ll also be able to attend other AU sessions and keynotes and participate in AU networking events. The goal is make the entire experience more about you and what you need.
As for speakers, it means you’ll be better able to mix with other thought leaders at AU, share your industry and product expertise, and have a more seamless collaboration with the AU team.
Stay tuned over the coming weeks for more about how you can maximize your experience during AU.
Preconference Learning Continues
While the Fab Forum is becoming part of the larger AU this year, we’re continuing to offer preconferences for other specialist communities that are leading the way in industry. The Computational BIM Workshops, the Connect & Construct Summit, and Forge DevCon will all help kickstart AU Las Vegas in 2018. And for those interested in the Fab Forum, the Connect & Construct Summit will be of particular interest.
It’s Vegas or bust, people. We’ll see you there.
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