3 Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat's 10th Annual Awards Symposium, Ceremony and Dinner Hermann Hall Auditorium & S.R. Crown Hall Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago. All the winning projects and finalists will be celebrated at this gala event. Of special interest is an afternoon symposium that will feature presentations of these groundbreaking projects, including projects from the two CTBUH Lifetime Achievement award winners who will be honored. Earn up to three hours of continuing education credits. For more information, visit www.ctbuh.org/events.
3 Innovation 2011 Conference: Crossing Borders and Disciplines McGraw-Hill Cos. Corporate Headquarters, New York City. Through collaboration, successful architects are adapting their creative ideas and technical know-how to different cultures, climates and disciplines. In addition, their research into the social, psychological and biological sciences is helping them identify and solve evolving programmatic needs. This year's conference brings together design professionals who will demonstrate through specific case studies how they have effectively crossed boundaries and disciplines to increase their impact on the built environment. For more information, a list of scheduled speakers and the conference agenda, visit www.construction.com/events/2011/innovation2011/.
7-9 Construction Users Roundtable Sheraton Wild Horse Pass Resort, Chandler, Ariz. The 2011 national conference is a networking extravaganza and offers opportunities to learn best practices. For more information, visit www.curt.org/events.
16-18 Build Boston Seaport World Trade Center, Boston. The conference program is organized into 12 distinct tracks, allowing you to hone your practice while earning CE credits. For more information, visit www.buildboston.com.