ABOUT THE SHOW
New York Build is the largest construction expo in New York.
Taking place at the world-famous Javits Center, New York Build covers all sectors of the construction industry and showcases the latest developments in infrastructure & construction from across New York and the Tri-state area.
- 20,000+ registered attendees
- 250+ exhibitors
- 250+ high-level speakers
- 12 conference and workshop tracks
- Business networking
- Live music and entertainment
- A Festival of Construction
- The USA's largest meeting of Women in Construction
Plus much more!
Discover the latest innovations in the built environment at the New York Build expo; network and gain-insight from 250+ speakers across 12 specialized conference tracks and AIA / CES approved workshops. Key topics include: upcoming infrastructure & construction projects, architecture, BIM, sustainability, health & safety, real estate, government, residential construction, and more.
“We got a lot of high quality leads, we have already booked a booth to be back in 2020”.
“We have been exhibiting at the New York Build Show for the last 4 years. Every year the show grows and grows, it has become one of our best marketing tools. The quality of leads and contacts make it all worthwhile”.
“This was our first year at New York Build. It was a great first experience with many good connections and real business opportunities to follow up with. We will be back in 2020”.
“It was a resourceful event, well organised and informative platform for every business, great experience with useful contacts. "
"It offered a great snapshot of current events in engineering, construction, development, architecture, and city agencies building the future of NYC. It was a great educational and networking opportunity."
"Workshops were comprehensive and informative. The level of networking was excellent with high level participants."
New York Build is the leading construction and design show for New York and the Tri-State area. New York Buils covers the latest projects, opportunities, investment and innovation in the built environment of the region.. The show brings together thousands of professionals from across the AEC and real estate industries under one roof to collaborate, upskill, and do business across two exciting days of networking and learning opportunities.
New York Build is not your average construction show. Our philosophy is that doing business should be fun, which is why we provide lots of exciting entertainment including: networking drinks, live music, entertainment, live mural paintings, celebrity guests, competitions, and more.
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YIMBY has the first look at new renderings for a 31-story mixed-use building at 200 East 34th Street, aka 501 Third Avenue, in Kips Bay.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced the funding this week for what will be called the Central New York Agriculture Export Center at the port on Lake Ontario.
Skidmore Owings & Merrill has revealed plans to build a glass-and-ceramic office building for Disney's New York operations, called 4 Hudson Square.
WXY architecture + urban design, Body Lawson Associates, and the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) have broken ground on a $300 million redevelopment plan.
Developers and city officials recently gathered at 405 Dumont Avenue to celebrate the commencement of construction on a new 100-percent affordable housing project.
The NYS Thruway Authority is installing gantries like this one at spots along the highway and at some entrance and exit points.
111 West 57th Street—an address best known for its slender, needle-like façade—has just unveiled a $21 million penthouse at its adjoining property: Steinway Hall.
After four years of planning, a project to transform a once notorious juvenile detention center in the Hunts Point section of the Bronx is underway.
Plan are hoping to be underway with significant construction on multiple projects next year, a senior official with one of the companies said Monday.