Design & Construction Week

Table of Contents DCW moves to Orlando for 2021 DCW Expo Pass Fees & Deadlines DCW moves to Orlando for 2021 The 2020 Design & Construction Week® (DCW) brought more than 90,000 residential design and construction industry professionals to Las Vegas, Nevada and featured more than 2,000 […]


DCW moves to Orlando for 2021


The 2020 Design & Construction Week® (DCW) brought more than 90,000 residential design and construction industry professionals to Las Vegas, Nevada and featured more than 2,000 exhibits spanning more than one million square feet of indoor and outdoor exhibit space. This mega-event continues to be a must-attend for anyone involved in the design and construction industries.


Founding partners, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) and the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) will continue driving the possibilities of home forward with the co-location of the NAHB International Builders’ Show® (IBS) and NKBA’s Kitchen & Bath Industry Show® (KBIS) in 2021. The eighth annual event will move to Orlando, Florida, February 9-11 for three days of networking, education and exhibits.


Save the date and make plans now to join us!

February 9-11 | Orange County Convention Center



Press registration will open September 1, 2020 and general registration will open October 1, 2020 for members of DCW Supporting Organizations.


Want to become a DCW Supporting Organization?


Join leading industry organizations working together to build prosperous futures for their members. The 2021 supporting organization program offers great exposure for your organization, as well as opportunities to network with industry thought leaders. Interested? Contact Mark Zacepilo for more information.


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