An attorney whose firm helps its clients open businesses and establish joint ventures in Cuba spoke to members of NAHB’s Building Materials Subcommittee about challenges and opportunities in this market for the residential construction industry.
Economists and housing industry experts from around the world convened to discuss the global housing industry at the International Housing Association (IHA) Annual Meeting. The meeting was held in conjunction with the 2017 International Builders’ Show. In early January, the Australia Housing Industry Association, Japan Federation of Housing Organizations and the Canadian Home Builders’ Association, among several […]
NAHB has named three creative new products as the Global Innovation Award winners for 2016. The winners are an educational course series by Wellness Within Your Walls, an exterior-wall insulation technology by Timber Block, and an electric fireplace replacement product by Dimplex.
With just under eight weeks to go until the 2017 NAHB International Builders’ Show, home building industry professionals representing 55 different countries from around the world have already registered to attend. Two of the biggest draws for U.S. visitors is the International Central—a convenient and comfortable meeting place at the show where members can rest, relax, mingle or conduct […]
NAHB representatives have just returned from Ecuador, where they share the association’s housing agenda and learned more about housing issues around the globe at Habitat III, the United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development. The meeting, which drew thousands of people from around the world, took place Oct. 17-20 in Quito. Held every […]
The NAHB Global Innovation Award recognizes the most advanced and innovative products and services from NAHB Global Members as well as U.S. members who offer their products internationally.
When I practiced civil engineering and private consulting, it was the projects that sought a greener, healthier alternative over standard practice that I enjoyed the most. Over time, it has become the focus of my career — and why I am part of Engineers Without Borders.