BMC’s innovation on display in Vegas

Check out this time-elapse video from the pro dealer's national event in Las Vegas.

BY HBSDealer Staff

The International Builders’ Show isn’t the only big-time residential construction event to swing into Las Vegas this month.

The 2020 BMC National Event, a biennial five-day conference hosted by BMC Stock Holdings, led the way Jan. 13-16 at the Rio.

The event, themed “Innovation Delivered,” gathered more than 2,000 attendees, including top builders, contractors, architects and suppliers, to experience the latest trends and ideas moving the industry forward. Through exclusive networking opportunities with BMC sales and management teams, attendees explored cutting-edge design and construction methods enabling homes to be built better, faster, safer and greener than ever before.

BMC CEO David Flitman.

BMC kickstarted the week by celebrating the company’s performance and outlining its 2020 key initiatives. BMC President and CEO Dave Flitman delivered the keynote address along with a confident market outlook.

“By focusing on innovation and driving a culture of continuous improvement, BMC is in a prime position to transform the industry,” said Flitman. “We are committed to providing the resources needed to take a rough idea, refine it and turn it into a solution that delivers real value for our customers.”

More than 150 manufacturers and suppliers participated in the trade-show portion of the event, exhibiting their latest products while educating the crowd on the technologies and insights that made them possible. The event was also heavy on philanthropy, as it highlighted the $823,000 raised in 2019 on behalf of LLS, the world’s largest voluntary health agency dedicated to fighting blood cancer through research and support services.

The showroom floor was anchored by the BMC Pop-Up House, a two-story 1,600 sq. ft. structure built in just three days using Ready-Frame, the company’s smart-bundled, compact, pre-cut and labeled framing package. The home also featured BMC’s extensive millwork capabilities. Similar to a BMC Design Center, the home allowed customers to see the company’s advanced framing and custom millwork firsthand and learn about its ability to ship products from coast-to-coast.


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