The Offsite Construction Expo (OSCE) offers a focused presentation of the abilities of offsite construction across all markets. It features exhibits from offsite construction manufacturers and contractors, traditional contractors that have integrated offsite methods, offsite factories, transportation companies, architects, engineers, BIM suppliers, materials suppliers, and consultants of all types of offsite construction processes. Additionally, OSCE provides educational insights into offsite construction with multiple case studies presented each hour on the expo floor. There simply is no greater opportunity to reach key partners in the offsite construction industry.
Exhibitors will display their product or systems to architects, owners, developers, engineers, contractors, procurement officials, and policymakers already interested in learning more about offsite construction systems. The expo will include dedicated exhibit hours; an audience with the authority to buy; and added exposure through the OSCE website, emails, onsite signage, and pre-show mailing lists. If your company supplies the construction industry with offsite systems, you should definitely exhibit at this event.
The Offsite Construction Expo features exhibits in all types of offsite construction processes. The offsite construction sector consists of four main categories: panelized, modular/volumetric, hybrid, and subassemblies/components that can improve construction processes. These systems and processes are ideal for the following markets:
Healthcare - building modules, bathroom pods, wall panels, MEP components.
Multifamily - including student dorms, apartments, hotels, and workforce housing.
Publicly funded projects - schools, barracks, medical clinics, administrative buildings.
Quick Service Restaurants/Franchises
Colorado Convention Center
700 14th St
Denver, CO 80202
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* Onsite qualified attendee registration fee is $349. Examples of qualified attendees include developers, architects, engineers, traditional contractors, government agencies, schools and universities. Qualified attendees are not individuals engaged in the business of offsite construction, nor are qualified attendees suppliers of building materials or products. This show is intended to inform qualified attendees about the advantages of offsite construction. Students must provide a copy of a current school ID when registering.