Build Boston Keynote Presentations Only $25


A limited number of seats to Build Boston's keynotes are available for only $25! Purchase your tickets online using promo code KYNT01. To register, click here.

Wednesday, November 18
Robert A. Murray
Chief Economist and Vice-President of Economic Affairs, McGraw-Hill Construction
Successful careers and businesses are built on the ability to identify key sources of income and opportunity. Strategize and target growth markets fueled with information provided by the building industry’s leading analyst of trends: Robert Murray, McGraw-Hill Construction’s chief economist and vice-president of economic affairs. The author of the annual Construction Outlook and coordinator of McGraw-Hill’s 5-year forecast, Murray delivers a timely and essential Build Boston keynote.

Thursday, November 19
Edward Mazria AIA
Architect and Founder of Architecture 2030
Climate change is real and imminent — and this environmental concern is making waves in the building industry. Architect Edward Mazria AIA, author of The Passive Solar Energy Book and founder of Architecture 2030, is leading the call for change with the 2030 Challenge, a measured strategy to dramatically reduce global greenhouse gas emissions. Perhaps our most significant opportunity as a creative community, climate change calls for an evolution in thought, in design and in construction. In addition to the keynote, explore products and services at the Energy Pavilion on the tradeshow floor and learn something new in one of dozens of energy-focused workshops.

Friday, November 20
Dean Kamen
Inventor and Founder of DEKA and FIRST
Turning economic and climate challenges into opportunities requires creativity and fearlessness. Dean Kamen, whose company DEKA Research and Development recently celebrated its 25th year of developing ground-breaking technologies, delivers a Build Boston keynote address focusing on how design, science and technology can unite for revolutionary change and how inspiring the next generation provides the greatest return of all. Come and find out from the inventor of the Segway and founder of FIRST how to open ourselves wide to new ideas.

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