Final Countdown: Limited Seats Left for the MEP Innovation Conference

January 5, 2024
Time is running out to secure your spot at the MEP Innovation Conference! With over 650 attendees confirmed, registration is getting extremely close to being sold out.

Event Dates: January 29 – 31, 2024 | Orlando, FL

Time is running out to secure your spot at the MEP Innovation Conference! Don’t miss your opportunity to learn about the cutting-edge trends and technologies shaping the MEP sector. Join more than 650 mechanical, electrical, sheet metal, plumbing and service contractors already registered for the event before we sell out.

In its fourth year in collaboration, the conference brings together the best case studies from MCAA, NECA and SMACNA contractors around the country. Each session is driven by contractors demonstrating practical solutions to everyday problems using innovative tools and methods.

It also packs a tremendous amount content into two and a half days with over 50 education sessions, workshops and breakouts. Topics are wide-ranging: from design, construction, and fabrication to service, estimating and project management. 

The MEP Innovation Conference will take place from January 29 – 31 in Orlando, Florida. This event is exclusively for members of MCAA, NECA, and SMACNA and will likely be sold out soon. Registration is still available but will move to a wait list when capacity is reached. For more information, please visit the conference website.

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