ArchitectureBoston Expo (ABX) is one of the largest events for the design and construction industry in the country, and the largest regional conference and tradeshow. Drawing 92% of its attendance from New England, ABX’s regional reach is its greatest strength. Attendees hold on to their money (no airline fees, hotel costs or meal expenses) and spend their time building relationships and networks around physical proximity and the likelihood of follow-up work. The building industry varies dramatically from region-to-region due to issues of climate, geography, politics and economics. ABX and the Boston Society of Architects help build long-term relationships around these shared experiences and challenges.
The conference program hosts more than 175 workshops and tours covering relevant industry issues and projects. A diverse range of topics and ideas attracts the full spectrum of building-industry professionals, including architects, engineers, builders/contractors and owner/clients.
ABX is produced by the BSA, founder and long time co-producer of Build Boston and Residential Design and Construction.
10,000 design and construction professionals attend ABX to find new products and technologies that advance the building industry; to stay in-the-know on trends and issues; and to socialize with colleagues, new and old. ABX is the place to reach architects, contractors, engineers, and other design professionals.
Reserve your booth today to guarantee your spot on the exhibit floor and be among the 400 suppliers of building products and services at ABX.
What products are exhibited at ABX?
Architects, contractors, interior designers, subcontractors, engineers, developers, landscape architects, and facility managers come to the show floor to spec the following products:
Marble and Granite
Post and Beam Systems
Records Management Services
Stone Product Manufacturers
Wood Product Manufacturers
The Boston Society of Architects/AIA is committed to professional development for our members, advocacy on behalf of great design, and sharing an appreciation for the built environment with the public at large.