Look no further than the Golden State ICF Summit in San Jose, California on August 24th! David Horobin and a team of experts will be discussing innovative solutions for building homes that are not only more sustainable but also fire-resistant.
In this exciting interview, David talks about the importance of building homes with sustainable materials like concrete, which lasts longer and is more energy-efficient. He also emphasizes the need for collaboration between the construction industry and insurance companies to make sustainable home building more economically feasible for everyone.
David shares insights into the process of creating more sustainable concrete and how the industry is evolving to become more environmentally-friendly. He also discusses the idea of the new green deal and how it can help promote sustainable and fire-resistant home building.
The Golden State ICF Summit promises to be a transformative event, bringing together experts in the industry to share their knowledge and ideas. Speakers will include representatives from the National ReadyMix Concrete Association and members of the insurance industry who will be discussing the challenges and solutions for building fire-resistant homes.
But that's not all! The summit also offers an open house where attendees can connect and network with other like-minded individuals in the industry. And for those who can't make it to the summit in person, there will be webinars in the future to continue the conversation on sustainable home building.
Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to learn about sustainable and fire-resistant home building. Register now at http://www.goldenstateicfsummit.com/ and join David Horobin and his team of experts at the Golden State ICF Summit in San Jose on August 24th.
Where is it?
San Jose Masonic Center Association 2500 Masonic Drive San Jose, CA 95125
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