MCAA’s 2024 MEP Innovation Conference Room Block is Closing Soon!

December 14, 2023
MCAA, in collaboration with NECA and SMACNA, is excited to showcase cutting-edge technology and innovations in all three industries. Join us January 29 - 31, 2024, for engaging educational sessions, interactive roundtable discussions, a bustling trade show floor, and insightful contractor tours. The designated hotel room block at Signia by Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek will close on Thursday, January 4. Secure your spot and room for the 2024 MEP Innovation Conference today!

January 29 – 31, 2024 | Orlando, FL

MCAA, in collaboration with NECA and SMACNA, is excited to showcase cutting-edge technology and innovations in all three industries. Join us January 29 – 31, 2024, for engaging educational sessions, interactive roundtable discussions, a bustling trade show floor, and insightful contractor tours. The designated hotel room block at Signia by Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek will close on Thursday, January 4. Secure your spot and room for the 2024 MEP Innovation Conference today!

Session Highlights

  • Understanding the Value of VDC
  • The MEP Fabricators Tech Stack
  • Practical Applications of AI in Construction
  • How to Make APIs Work For You
  • How to Fix Your Hot-Mess of a Database
  • Model-to-Fabrication Workflows

Benefits of Attending the 2024 MEP Innovation Conference

  • Hear and learn from 84 speakers across all three industries
  • Get hands-on demonstrations and discover solutions from 39 exhibitors
  • Choose from 35 breakout sessions to dive deeper into trending topics in the industry
  • Engage in 5 dynamic round tables
  • Experience excellence through 3 different contractor tours
  • Network with 600+ attendees

Register today for an unparalleled experience at the forefront of technology and innovation!

Thank You to Our Conference Sponsors

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