Washington, D.C. – (RealEstateRama) — Are you an environmental professional working in-house at a construction firm? This spring, AGC is holding a day of roundtable discussions specifically for you and your peers – AGC’s In-House Environmental Managers Meeting. Join us in Denver, CO on April 20, 2016, for a day of information sharing and collaboration. Seating is very limited for this meeting; please don’t wait to act on this exclusive opportunity. Click here (link is external) to register (construction firms only, please).
AGC piloted the In-House Environmental Managers Meeting or IHEM at its last environmental conference, to accommodate members’ desires for an intimate, peer-to-peer learning and information sharing environment — in addition to the wealth of comprehensive programming offered at AGC’s annual Contractors Environmental Conference. IHEM attendees chose the topics in advance and then spend the day sharing first-hand experiences, challenges, and practical solutions in a series of moderated roundtable discussions. Participation is limited to professionals working “in-house” at construction firms on environmental issues. In order to ensure active discussion, space is limited to 40 participants.
Schedule & Registration
You will be able to fly-in to Denver the evening of April 19, engage in roundtable discussions from 8AM to 3PM on April 20, and then take a flight home later that afternoon – amounting to only one day out of the office. AGC is planning an evening reception and dinner for April 19, and AGC will provide breakfast and lunch on April 20; so all your meals will be included in the registration fee of $275. Click here (link is external) to register (construction firms only, please).
Accommodations & Meeting Location
All events will be held at the new Westin Denver International Airport. To book a room at the new Westin Denver International Airport (at the AGC negotiated rate of $199 per night), click here (link is external). The cut-off date for reserving a room at the AGC negotiate rate is April 3, 2016.
For more information, please contact AGC’s Melinda Tomaino at (link sends e-mail).