The Greenbuild Expo is part of the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, which will hold in Louisiana's largest city between the 22nd and 24th of October.
Houston, Texas (PRWEB) October 18, 2014
Architectural products supplier Wade Architectural Systems recently announced its intention to attend the Greenbuild Expo. The trade fair will take place in New Orleans on October 22-23, 2014.
The Greenbuild Expo is part of the Greenbuild International Conference and Expo, which will hold in Louisiana's largest city between the 22nd and 24th of October. Greenbuild, which is organized by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC), is reputed as the world's largest conference-and-expo event dedicated to green building. At Greenbuild industry leaders, experts, and professionals get to meet and exchange ideas on how to propel green construction trends.
Greenbuild 2014 will host more than 800 exhibiting companies at the Expo Hall, which will be the center hub of activity for the event. The Expo Hall is split into five pavilions, which are designated according to the categorization of the companies' products and services. The 500 Mile Pavilion is for exhibitors that are based within 500 miles of New Orleans, the Concrete Pavilion is for exhibitors specializing in concrete materials, the Wood Pavilion is for those specializing in wood materials, the Residential Pavilion is for residential sustainability, and the Net Zero Pavilion is the one fully powered by on-site alternative energy generation and distribution.
With a strong focus on residential products, Wade Architectural Systems will most likely be based at the Residential Pavilion. One of the most foremost architecture material suppliers in the Houston metro area within the past two decades, the company provides a vast array of products. They include metal panels, grilles, roofing and roof decks, fire and explosion vents, rainwater systems, and ceiling and wall surfaces.
About Wade Architectural Systems:
Wade Architectural Systems has been supplying interior and exterior architectural metal products to residential and commercial clients in the Houston and Dallas metropolitan areas since the father-and-son team of Lisle and Bill Wade founded it in 1988. The company is a retailer of architectural brands that include Centria, Construction Specialties, Dri-Design, Proclad, VMZINC, and Wikinson. Wade Architectural Systems' latest projects include Galveston Fire Station No. 4, the Council on Alcohol and Drugs in Houston, SYSCO Foods Headquarters, NASA Building 20 at the Johnson Space Center, and the Agricultural & Life Sciences Complex at the Texas A&M University. The company is located at 1803 Humble Place Drive, Humble, TX 77338. Customers can call Wade Architectural Systems by dialing 281-852-7900 or 1-888-952-5059, or they can send an email to wade(at)wadearch(dot)com. The website for Wade Architectural Systems is http://www.wadearch.com.