Earn up to 20.5 CPE Credits
This three-day conference is filled with 34 interactive sessions,
covering the latest industry issues and their financial implications.
Sessions are delivered group-live and are at intermediate, overview,
and update program levels. There are no prerequisites or advanced
Get the Latest Information On:
• Construction Market Trends
• Financial Accounting Standards Board
• Surety, Financial, and Credit Markets
• Change Order and Claims Management
• Federal Acquisition Regulations
• Construction Taxes
• Strategies for Economic Conditions
• Business Real Estate Management
• Ethics and Fraud
Who Should Attend?
Owners, Chief Financial Officers, Controllers, Treasurers, Certified
Public Accountants, Auditors, Consultants, Bankers, Sureties, and
others interested in the construction industry will greatly benefit
from this conference.
The World of Construction 2.0
Wednesday, November 1, 2017 |
Speaker: Tyler Pare, FMI Corporation
The word “innovation” often invokes imagery of tablet computers,
holograms, and virtual reality. Technology leaders such as Google,
Facebook, and Apple wrestle for superiority in game-changing
innovations. Why does the construction industry — one of the largest
sectors in the world — lag behind in this area? Innovative concepts
give way to organizational best practices daily through powerful
individuals, project teams, and business units. Such concepts are not
high-tech flashy gadgets, but rather groundbreaking ideas.
When the CEO
Came to Oz: Trump's First 10 Months in Washington, D.C.
Thursday, November 2, 2017 |
1:35- 2:20 p.m.
Speaker: Dawn Levy O’Donnell, D SQUARED Tax Strategies
This session looks at Trump’s first 10 months as U.S. President from
a Washington D.C. insider perspective. It studies several of
President Trump’s actions and intentions during his first year and
how they played out in the Washington D.C. political arena compared
to his usual boardroom playing field. Running our country is a
different world from running a business, and this session will
examine examples of that over his first 10 months in office.
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention Into Your Company's Safety,
Health, Wellness, and Employee Benefits Programs
Friday, November 3, 2017 |
Speaker: Cal Beyer, Lakeside Industries
The construction industry has the highest in number of suicide deaths
and second-highest in suicide rate per 100,000 workers. Mental health
and suicide prevention are the next frontier in safety. The business
case has been proven with the cost, lost productivity, and human
capital consequences of depression, addiction, and suicide. Learn how
to integrate mental health and suicide prevention into your company’s
safety, health, wellness, and employee benefits program.