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 Co-Hosted By: 

American Water Works Association Design-Build Institute of America Water Design-Build Conference Water Environment Federation
 

 See you in Charlotte!

 
Building on the success of 2014, DBIA, WDBC, AWWA and WEF are excited to announce that more than 900 professionals attended the 2015 Design-Build for Water/Wastewater Conference in San Antonio! This record breaking attendance only solidifies the growing use of design-build in the water and wastewater sector. In addition, nearly 10% of the participants were public and private owner organizations positioning this event as the premier conference for design-build education in the water/wastewater sector.

We hope to see you this year when we head to Charlotte, North Carolina, April 20-22, 2016.
 

 Top Three Reasons to Attend

 
In addition to networking with over 900 key players and decision-makers here are the top three reasons for joining DBIA and our partners in Charlotte this Spring!
 
#1: Charlotte's Got A Lot: According to U.S. News and World Report, April is the BEST time to visit Charlotte, N.C. With average temperatures ranging from 50-70 degrees and an emerging nightlife and entertainment scene, the Queen City is a great place to meet up with colleagues or forge new relationships. Not to mention attendees can visit the U.S. National Whitewater Center which is the world's largest man-made whitewater river that also offers kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding, mountain biking, rock climbing and zip-lining, with plenty of running trails. Check out some of the other amenities our host city has to offer. And if that's not enough, why not check off some of the items on our Charlotte Must-Do List.
 
#2: Keynote and General Sessions Feature Design-Build Leaders: This year's conference will highlight industry experts including Barbara Jackson, Ph.D., DBIA, from the University of Denver, who will address the concept of adaptive intelligence, Barry Gullet, P.E., Director of Charlotte Water, and an owner panel with representatives from Hampton Roads Sanitation District, Charlotte Water, Spartanburg Water and Greenville Utilities. In addition, public agency representatives are featured in nearly all educational sessions.
 
#3: Earn Your DBIA™ or Assoc. DBIA™ Credential: Earn up to 12.25 CEUs to put toward your DBIA certification or renewal. The conference includes 24 sessions featuring topics on progressive design-build, lessons learned, finance, operations and tips for embarking on design-build for the first time.
 

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