During Design & Construction Week (DCW), you will have the opportunity to see in-demand products up close, learn about the latest residential construction trends and network with industry peers to help expand your business. Here are a few DCW “must-see” locations to discover. (Scroll down to see the map, below.)
DCW 2023 consists of the NAHB International Builders’ Show (IBS) and the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show (KBIS). The National Hardware Show (NHS) will also co-date with DCW in 2023, allowing attendees to explore even more products and opportunities to grow their businesses and maintain their competitive edge in the market. Also co-dating with DCW in 2023 is The International Surface Event (TISE), the largest North American floor covering, stone and tile industry event, and the Las Vegas Winter Market (LVM), the leading home furnishings and gift market in the western United States.
Fast, free shuttles will connect IBS, KBIS and NHS, which will all be held in theLas Vegas Convention Center (LVCC), with TISE at Mandalay Bay, and with LVM at the Las Vegas World Market Center.
IBS exhibits will be in the LVCC’s West, Central and South Halls. Throughout those exhibition spaces, you will find specialized zones and demonstration areas designed to engage, educate and inspire.
The Central Hall is home to the New Product Zone, which highlights innovative products your customers will crave, and the Jobsite Safety Zone, which offers products, technologies and techniques that can make your jobsites safer.
The West Hall will feature technology and innovation, including the IBS Home Technology Pavilion, showcasing the latest technology trends, and the StartUp Zone, featuring new companies with the potential to transform the industry. Also in the West Hall is the NextBuild area, which focuses on products and information designed to help you build a more profitable business.
The IBS show floor this year will also feature two Building Zone locations, one in the South Hall and one in the West Hall. These high-energy zones will allow you to discover new products, learn how to use them and see them in a live demonstration. Click for more information about these high-intensity zones and demonstration areas.
If you want to spend some time off the show floor, head to the Outdoor Exhibits, which includes the Pro Builder Show Village. This expansive outdoor space will provide an excellent opportunity to tour demonstration homes, experience interactive programming, discover new products and network.
KBIS exhibits will be located in the North Hall and West Hall of the LVCC. NHS exhibits will be in Level 1 of the South Hall.
To help you experience all that DCW has to offer, take advantage of the Tesla underground tunnel system, which transports attendees between the convention halls and across the 200-acre campus in under 2 minutes.