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April 8, 2005 8:50 AM CDT

Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference

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The Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference will take place April 27-30, 2005 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, in the heart of historic Philadelphia. The event will offer educational sessions during the four-day conference, with the exhibit hall open for the last three days of the conference.

Attendees can visit more than 250 exhibits and participate in over 80 AIA accredited educational seminars and workshops covering a wide array of topics and product segments, including commercial, institutional, public and residential traditional building. The Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference will provide a broader mix of educational programming and offer a wide array of products and services for the professionals ? architects, builders, designers, developers, contractors, building owners, facility managers and preservationists ? working in traditional building and historic restoration and renovation.

"The new name, the Traditional Building Exhibition and Conference, better reflects the show's purpose and simply states what our attendees do," says Peter H. Miller, President, Restore Media, LLC.

"The scope of our audience's work is expanding, whether it's the preservation of a historic building, a sympathetic addition to an old house, a new urban in-fill project into a historic district, or a traditional neighborhood development. As a result, the breadth of information we deliver must also expand," explains Miller.

For more information, visit www.traditionalbuildingshow.com or, for general information or registration questions, call (781) 779-1560.


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