BuildingsNY Renews Three-Year Sponsorship Agreement with ABO/CHIP
September 27, 2018
NORWALK, Conn. (September 27, 2018) – BuildingsNY, New York City’s leading event for buildings professionals, is pleased to announce it has renewed its three-year sponsorship agreement with founding and long-time sponsor, The Associated Builders & Owners of Greater New York (ABO) and The Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP), a trade association representing more than 2,500 apartment-building owners in New York City's five boroughs. ABO and CHIP will continue to provide key technical educational programming on relevant and timely industry topics, as well as overall professional development for BuildingsNY.
The annual BuildingsNY event will be held April 2-3, 2019 at the Javits Center in New York, NY and will bring together more than 5,550 building professionals and over 300 exhibitors. In addition to overall event sponsorship and support, ABO and CHIP will leverage their expertise to help promote the Show, increase brand awareness and implement new relationships for BuildingsNY.
“We’re proud yet again this year to be the Founding Sponsor of BuildingsNY and help arm you with the knowledge and tools you need to profit no matter what happens,” Dan Margulies, executive director of Associated Builders and Owners commented. “Together with CHIP and other participating organizations, we will work to enhance the BuildingsNY education program for 2019 with more informative, useful content for attendees than ever before.”
“CHIP is excited to continue as the Prime Sponsor of this year’s show and to be part of the largest trade show in our industry,” Patrick Siconolfi, executive director of CHIP commented. “We have always been about ‘owners helping owners,’ and the Show is really about ‘the industry helping the industry’—owners, managers, developers and our vendors working together to spread knowledge and opportunities.”
The legacy of support of ABO and enhanced relationship with the addition of CHIP as a Prime Sponsor will position the BuildingsNY event to grow and better serve the needs of the building professionals in New York City and the surrounding areas with top-notch education opportunities and industry leading suppliers.
For over 30 years BuildingsNY has been the leading event for NYC building professionals, including property owners, building managers, architects, engineers, superintendents, developers and contractors. The annual event brings together more than 5,550 industry professionals and provides them with the tools and suppliers they need to lower their costs, grow their businesses, and operate efficient buildings. With new business services and suppliers, networking events and education, BuildingsNY promises metro-NY building professionals the opportunity to learn and source at a one-stop event. BuildingsNY 2019 welcomes the support from its sponsors, including founding sponsor, Associated Builders & Owners of Greater New York (ABO), prime sponsor, the Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) and platinum sponsor ChutePlus. For more information, visit us at BuildingsNY.com and follow us on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York, Inc. (ABO) has worked to promote the housing industry through education, advocacy, and setting professional standards since 1910. ABO is the Manhattan affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders and New York State Homebuilders Association, representing New York City’s major housing developers. It runs the nationally recognized Registered in Apartment Management manager certification program, and is founding sponsor of BuildingsNY.
Community Housing Improvement Program (CHIP) is a trade association representing more than 2,500 apartment-building owners in New York City's five boroughs. Founded in 1966, CHIP has been a key player in City and State housing policy for over 40 years, leading on such diverse issues as lead paint, property taxes, water rates, and rent regulation. Its regular seminar program is a vital source of education for owners and managers.