The Trade Show that Continues a Tradition of bringing together Professionals from Across our local AEC Industries. In 2020- We’re going Virtual!
The CSI Honolulu Chapter is excited to introduce you to PBX – a newly branded trade show that continues a tradition of bringing together professionals from across our local AEC industries.
Our goal is to grow the show and encourage a broad swath of industry participants to network, learn and showcase the latest products and services as we strive to fulfill our mission at CSI to build construction knowledge and improve project delivery.
After careful consideration of the current uncertainties associated with the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s inaugural PBX will be a hybrid (virtual and live) event. We are planning to return to Hawaii Convention Center in 2021.
PBX20 will offer 3 days of education in the form of expert-led webinars, culminating in a live evening event at The Pacific Club, an open-air facility in Honolulu with table-top exhibits, sponsor recognition and the opportunity to network with industry peers. The live event will also be streamed and recorded on our website for those who prefer to participate virtually.
We look forward to celebrating the re-launch of the annual tradition of bringing the construction and design industries together.
We hope you will join us, October 27-29, 2020.
Timothy Waite, PE, CSI, CDT Richard Myers, AIA, CSI
PBX20 Co-Chair PBX20 Co-Chair
PBX20 offers a robust program of 16 timely and topical webinars, delivered to your desk, live or on-demand, as your schedule permits. Each session qualifies for one AIA/CES learning unit (1 LU/HSW).PBX20 offers a robust program of 16 timely and topical webinars, delivered to your desk, live or on-demand, as your schedule permits. Each session qualifies for one AIA/CES learning unit (1 LU/HSW).
The full conference schedule will be available when registration opens on September 15.
In the meantime, here are some of the session topics you can look forward to, including a keynote address by A. Kam Napier, editor in chief of Pacific Business News: