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Join FRAMECAD at the Advancing Prefabrication 2020 from 3 to 6 February

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Prefabrication and off-site construction are key trends driving the growth of the construction industry in 2020. And more companies are looking for cold formed steel solutions to enable their success.

We invite you to join FRAMECAD at the Advancing Prefabrication conference from 3rd to 6th February at the Sheraton Dallas Hotel in Dallas, Texas.

Advancing Prefabrication 2020

FRAMECAD stand 10 | 3rd - 6th Feb | The Sheraton Dallas Hotel

Advancing Prefabrication is North America’s leading thought leadership conference dedicated to revolutionizing off-site and industrialized manufacturing approaches across the construction industry.

This year’s program will offer 4 days of content, 5 tracks of dedicated sessions, more offsite tours than ever before, and will be sure to deliver for every member of your team to take your projects, and company, to the next level.

Visit here now to register to attend the conference.

Our FRAMECAD team will be at stand 10 to discuss how the FRAMECAD System, the fastest and most efficient cold formed steel construction methodology, can help increase productivity on your prefabricated and off-site projects.

We’re looking forward to seeing you in Dallas!

Want to book a one-on-one meeting with FRAMECAD experts? Click on the button below to let us know what time is good for you. 

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