METALCON 2022 Takes a Victory Lap in Indy

For its first time in Indianapolis, the racing capital of the world, METALCON roared across the finish line for both attendees and exhibitors. From intensive workshops to 40 free educational sessions to inspiring keynotes, attendees learned from top industry experts and earned nearly a year’s worth of continuing education credits at the industry’s only event dedicated exclusively to the application of metal in design and construction. 

PRESS KIT – Welcome to METALCON 2022

From intensive pre-show workshops beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 11 to 40+ free educational sessions conveniently located inside the exhibit hall to inspiring keynotes, top industry experts will share their knowledge with attendees who are eligible to earn continuing education credits (CEUs), including AIA and CSI learning units among others.

Networking Opportunities Abound in Indianapolis

Based on their new book “The Power of Networking: Company Industry, Community,” Heidi Ellsworth and Karen Edwards of RoofersCoffeeShop will host a panel discussion including guest speakers, LeeAnn Slattery, Sales Support Manager, ATAS International and Arty Molinari, Building Enclosure Solutions Specialist, Tremco CPG, Inc. The Power of Networking takes place in the main theater on Thursday, Oct. 13 at 3.00 p.m.

METALCON Announces The Architect’s Experience 

The Architect’s Experience is a “show-within-a-show” – a series of events over two days – focused on the use of metal as a design and construction component. Attendees will take away practical knowledge and techniques to breathe new life into their projects and solve the toughest architectural, structural, environmental and building performance challenges―all through the use of metal. 

METALCON Announces Show Highlights & Educational Programming for Indy

From intensive pre-show workshops beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 11 to 25+ free educational sessions conveniently located inside the exhibit hall to inspiring keynotes and in-depth workshops, top industry experts will share their knowledge with attendees who are eligible to earn continuing education credits (CEUs), including AIA and CSIlearning units among others.