Friday

Friday Gold Pass: $40

You won't want to miss the final day of PCBC.

To make it easy for you to stay Friday and enjoy education, networking, and products, we're offering a special rate of $40 for the Exhibit Plus Pass when you attend on Friday, May 31

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Your Friday Gold Pass Includes:

 

350+ Exhibits and Thousands of Product Solutions

The PCBC Exhibit Floor
9:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Moscone South, Lower Lobby

On the PCBC Exhibit Floor, you'll see, touch, test, and learn about the very latest products and technologies; you'll gather intel, compare options side by side and get your questions answered by over 350 of the nation's top manufacturers and suppliers. Plus, you'll network with over 10,000 leading builders, developers, contractors, architects, capital sources and key housing professionals. Come check out the 2019 companies displaying the latest in residential building materials and products.  


Morning Keynote 

Alison Levine

On the Edge: Leadership Lessons from Everest
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Esplanade Ballroom
Explorer and mountaineer Alison Levine has survived sub-zero temperatures, hurricane force winds, sudden avalanches...and a career on Wall Street. With stunning imagery from her expeditions, Alison will deliver a resounding leadership message on how progress can be made going backward, why egos are a good thing, how complacency can kill you, and how to make crucial decisions when conditions are far from perfect.

Alison Levine, First American Women's Everest Expedition Team Captain & Author


Special Presentation 

Great Projects For the Ages
2:30 PM - 3:30 PM
Esplanade Ballroom
Five Gold Nugget Awards judges mine the stories, the solutions, the challenges, and the triumphs that make for world-class, cycle-resistant, design, development, and investment in real estate’s communities of the future. We’ll look at features, functionality, business model brilliance, and human resilience as key common denominators in why projects work, and land on five must-have principles for what will make for tomorrow’s best of breed projects.

Helen Foster, Principal, Foster Strategy
John McManus, VP, Editorial Director, Residential Group, Hanley Wood
Teri Slavik-Tsuyuki, Founder and Principal, TST Ink
Valerio Muraro, Director of Design, Ashton Woods


Technology & Energy Forum Education 

From virtual model homes to smart speakers to green building materials and mobile data systems for construction, technology is touching every aspect of the homebuilding industry.

That’s why we've created our new Technology & Energy Forum where you can experience PCBC education in these five Exhibits Plus sessions.  

 

How to Meet California's “High Performance Walls and Attic Requirements”
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM 
Lobby Level Room 104-105
This class examines how to design and build high performance wall and attic assemblies that delivery energy efficiency and do not lead to water and moisture failures. Steve Easley will use pictures from real world installations to illustrate the do’s and don’ts to building high performance walls assemblies that are affordable and cost effective. This interactive class is designed to sort through the myriad of insulation system options in order to match the best insulation system to the type of structure. Energy codes are requiring specific installation protocols for ensuring true insulation performance. This class also will explain installation and air barrier requirements by codes in order to develop appropriate specifications to meet these new codes and create buildings that perform with better real-world results.

Steve Easley, Principal, Steve Easley & Associates

Virtually Changing How Buyers Shop for (and Builders Create) New Homes 
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM 
Hall D, Room 10
VR and AR aren’t just for flying virtual planes or collecting virtual creatures.  They are part of a suite of powerful new tools that help home builders create and help home buyers visualize their new dream home.  In this session, we’ll discuss technology like AR and VR are changing real estate and the concept of building a “model home”.  

Erin Pfaff, Development Director, Trilogy Partners
Steve Ormande, CEO, Focus 360

Smart Homes for a Smart Future
11:15 AM – 12:00 PM 
Hall D, Room 10
By 2020, the global smart home marketplace is forecast to reach a value of more than 53 billion U.S. dollars.  The microwave is talking to the fridge, the front door is talking to Amazon and we’re seeing hundreds of IoT devices designed to make the home smarter and friendlier.  In this session, we’ll discuss some of the ways smart technology is changing the new home market.

Larry Lewis, Senior Director - Strategic Development, Industrial Solutions Division IOTG, Intel
Tobin Richardson, President & CEO, Zigbee Alliance

Solar PV Systems: Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency
11:15 AM – 12:00 PM 
Lobby Level Room 104-105
California’s 2019 Title 24 Building Energy Efficiency Standards will require that all new low-rise residential buildings install solar PV systems. This session will review policies that led to the solar mandate, discuss the technical requirements that will take effect on January 1, 2020, and evaluate the options and flexibility builders have for compliance. 

Megan Cordes, Project Manager, ConSol
Steve Easley, Principal, Steve Easley & Associates

A Flying Car in Every Garage – Pulling Towards Disruption with Future Trends
1:15 PM - 2:15 PM 
Hall D, Room 10
Emerging Technologies are impacting all businesses at a pace faster than any of us could have imagined.  Construction and building are at the forefront with new tech impacting how we manage our businesses to what new homes will be like.  Will housebuilding be done largely by robots or 3D printed kits?  Will realtors do home tours, or will we meet them in our holo-display in the living room?  To keep ahead, we’ve got to pull towards the future and explore new options.  Join us for this enlightening session that showcases the latest trends in emerging tech powering the next wave for construction.

Charlie Fink, AR/VR consultant, speaker, and Forbes columnist
Greg Johnson, Chief Innovation Officer, Dentsu Aegis
Ted Shilowitz, Futurist in Residence, Paramount Pictures
Lori Schwartz, Founder, StoryTech


Add a Ticket to Friday Night's Gold Nugget Awards

Gold Nugget Awards
5:30 PM Cocktails and Networking
6:30 PM -8:30 PM: Awards Ceremony
Ticket Required: $125 (Single)/ $1,250 (Table for 10)
Esplanade Ballroom
Known as the “Academy Awards” of the building industry, PCBC's Gold Nugget Awards are presented annually to the top innovators in design, planning and development. The competition is open to builders, developers, architects, and land planners with communities and projects across the United States and internationally. One Grand Award winner in each category, as well as the coveted “Home of the Year” award winner will be announced at this marquee event.