November Conference CD-ROMs Now Available

December 2004
ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/20/2004 Supp Design Build, p7
Trade Publication
This article focuses on Design-build Institute of America (DBIA)'s 2004 Annual Conference which was a huge success as over 1,300 attendees converged on Chicago to gain additional design-build knowledge and tools. CD-ROMs from all sessions now are on sale. More than 30 sessions provided attendees with innovative, replicable, and effective techniques to guarantee success as part of an integrated design-build team. Focused sessions combined with case studies to provide an exceptional learning experience. CD-ROMs with high-quality audio and PowerPoint presentations are on sale so that everyone can take advantage of these learning opportunities.


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