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HUD No. 24-125
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May 23, 2024

HUD Announces Exhibitors for 2024 Innovative Housing Showcase on the National Mall, June 7-9

Experience full-sized prototype homes and cutting-edge building technologies addressing affordability, resilience, and the future of housing.

WASHINGTON - Today, the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced new details regarding the 2024 Innovative Housing Showcase, including exhibitors who will be traveling to the nation’s capital to demonstrate their innovations and educational programming led by HUD and our co-presenters, the International Code Council (ICC), Manufactured Housing Institute (MHI), National Multifamily Housing Council (NMHC), and Structural Building Components Association (SBCA). The Showcase is a public event on the National Mall to raise awareness of innovative and affordable housing designs and technologies that have the potential to increase housing supply, lower the cost of construction, increase energy efficiency and resilience, and reduce housing expenses for owners and renters. Policymakers, homebuilders and other members of the housing industry, innovators and entrepreneurs, media, and the general public are all invited to attend.

HUD will hold a preview and press conference for the media with Acting Secretary Adrianne Todman on Tuesday, June 4. Educational programming starts on Thursday, June 6 and the Showcase Opening Ceremony is scheduled for 9am on Friday, June 7 on the Mall, after which all exhibits will be open to the public. A detailed agenda for the educational programming, as well as a link to register for in-person or virtual attendance are available on hud.gov/Innovative_Housing.

“When I toured the Innovative Housing Showcase last summer, I saw firsthand how our exhibitors used innovative technologies to build the affordable, resilient homes of the future,” said HUD Acting Secretary Adrianne Todman. “It gives me great pleasure to announce this year’s suite of exhibitors and educational programming, which will highlight this amazing work to thousands of Americans.”

This year’s Showcase will feature dozens of exhibits, including full-sized, enterable prototype homes and demonstrations of accessible innovative building technologies that address affordability, resilience, and the future of housing. This will be the fourth installment of the Showcase on the National Mall.

“HUD and its Office of Policy Development and Research (PD&R) have supported innovation in housing and building technologies for nearly five decades, and these investments have contributed to changes in building codes, improvements in industry practice, and most importantly, lower housing costs for American families,” said Solomon Greene, Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for Policy Development and Research. “This event is a testament to our collective commitment to finding innovative, sustainable, and affordable housing solutions for American families and communities.”

The Showcase exhibitors will offer a range of housing innovations from construction methods to software. The exhibitors that have been selected to present so far include:

Exhibitor Name City, State
Lars Electric Alameda, CA
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Berkeley, CA
Azure Printed Homes Culver City, CA
Span San Francisco, CA
NeoCharge San Luis Obispo, CA
Sensor Industries Ventura, CA
US Hemp Building Association Denver, CO
National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Golden, CO
Great Outdoor Cottages Georgetown, DE
Daytek  Greenville, DE
21st Century Home Coral Gables, FL
 Innova Panel, LLC. Pompano Beach, FL
NOAH Certified The Villages, FL
James Hardie Chicago, IL
BioHome3D Orono, ME
Maryland Air National Guard Baltimore, MD
Adept Materials Somerville, MA
EcoSmart Stud Bloomington, MN
PM Green Energy Madison, MS
United Mobile Homes (UMH) Freehold Township, NJ
Curtis + Ginsberg Architects New York, NY
NOWhaus Indiana, PA
Lancaster Log Cabins Gap, PA
Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Oak Ridge, TN
Teknobuilt Houston, TX
TinyBox Johnson City, TX
SBCA, Habitat, National Framers Council Irving, TX
Flower Turbines Lubbock, TX
Volunteers of America National Services Alexandria, VA
Marymount University + All Eco Design Center Arlington, VA
NASA Langley Research Center Hampton, VA
PalletShelter Everett, WA
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) Richland, WA
Green Canopy NODE Seattle, WA
Eco-Shelter Tacoma, WA
Solaris Toilet Sun Prairie, WI

To complement the exhibits on the National Mall, HUD and our partners will also host educational programming at the District Architecture Center in the heart of downtown Washington, DC, on June 6th and 7th. All programming is open to the public and will also be livestreamed.


Thursday, June 6th

Friday, June 7th

9:30-11:30 AM

Scaling Offsite Construction for Housing Supply, Affordability and Resilience, presented in partnership with MOD X

Boosting Housing Supply through Zoning and Land Use Innovation, presented in partnership with Ivory Innovations

11:30-1:00 PM

Housing Innovation through Codes and Standards: Insights from State and Local Governments and Manufacturers, presented in partnership with International Code Council

Improving Resident Experiences through Innovation in Public and Multifamily Housing, presented in partnership with National Multifamily Housing Council

1:30-3:00 PM

The Past, Present, and Future of Manufactured Housing, presented in partnership with Manufactured Housing Institute

Innovations in Resilient Design through Community Planning and Technical Assistance, presented in partnership with the National Renewable Energy Lab

3:00-5:00 PM

Building Decarbonization and Affordable Energy Efficiency, presented in partnership with the U.S. Department of Energy

Financing and Scaling Housing Innovation, presented in partnership with Terner Labs

For more information and to stay updated, please visit HUD.gov/Innovative_Housing. Interested media should reach out to HUDPressOffice@HUD.gov.


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