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Lardenoit to Join Panel on Women in Construction

After being postponed earlier this year, sessions have been announced and registration is open again for Chicago Build 2022.

Described as the leading construction, design, and real estate show in the Midwest, the event returns to McCormick Place on October 14 and 15 and will feature speakers on subjects ranging from sustainability, health and safety, architecture, diversity, and more in the construction industry. Workplace Solutions Practice Leader Julie Lardenoit will be on a panel discussion, “Establishing a Powerful Collaborative Network – Women in Construction.” Joining Lardenoit will be six other powerful women in construction from companies including AECOM Hunt, Gensler, CannonDesign, NAWIC, Women’s Business Development, and Federation of Women Contractors.

Chicago Build bills itself as the leading free-to-attend construction and design show in the Midwest. It includes an expo area with vendor booths, art displays, and live entertainment while also offering an extensive program of information sessions.

Julie Lardenoit is an active member of various professional organizations freely sharing her professional knowledge and expertise while also demonstrating her commitment to ESD’s mission to improve society through the built environment.

Find out more about ESD, our people and culture, and our mission to improve society through the built environment.

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After being postponed earlier this year, sessions have been announced and registration is open again Chicago Build 2022. (Learn more about Chicago Build 2022.)