January 18, 2001
Visit PATH at the International Builder's Show
The "biggest home builder event of the year," the INTERNATIONAL BUILDERS' SHOW will be held February 8-11, 2002 at the World Congress Center in Atlanta, Ga, and PATH will be there. Visit the PATH booth (#745) in the TecHOMExpo to learn about the latest innovations in housing technology.
The show will feature over 1,000 exhibitors displaying the latest in home and building products and over 200 educational programs that will cover such topics as housing and the economy, finance, cutting edge design, innovative technologies, trends and many others. Leading experts in the housing industry will also be available to answer questions in daily news conferences.
PATH will have publications and resources on hand to answer questions about its program and activities aimed at improving the affordability, energy efficiency and environmental impact, durability, quality, labor safety, and disaster resistance of America's housing.
PATH lays the foundation for new housing technologies that redefine the American home through a variety of programs in:
- Research and development
- Information and outreach
- Planning and barriers analysis.
Some of these programs are described below, but you can find out more by talking to PATH's staff while visiting the International Builders Show.
Research and Development
PATH supports technological research at all R&D; levels with governmental and industrial partners through:
Information and Outreach
PATH created programs to provide for diverse groups concerned with housing, the technical information needed to make informed decisions:
Planning and Barriers Analysis
PATH addresses the needs of housing technology today and in the future through:
To find out more about the International Builder's Show visit the National Association of Home Builder's web site. To learn more about PATH, start with PATH's background.
- Technology Roadmapping to map sound investments in appropriate technologies for the biggest impact.
- Technology Scanning to gauge which technologies from other industries and countries could positively affect U.S. housing.
- Technology Reviews to define what contributes to a technology's market success or failure.
- Barriers Analysis to create new policies and services to improve technology's market acceptance.
Content updated on 1/22/2002
||Partnership for Advancing
Technology in Housing (PATH)
451 7th Street, SW, Rm. 8134
Washington, DC 20410-0001
Telephone: 202 708-4277 Fax: 202 708-4250