The Age of Enlightenment: Can emerging technologies in the field and in the office help to alleviate Connecticut’s skilled workforce shortage? Learn from peers and share your best practices.

  • Tue, February 09, 2016
  • 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • Central Connecticut State University, Memorial Hall, Connecticut Room, 2nd Floor, 1612 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT
  • 30

Registration

  • Fully paid members of Connecticut Building Congress and CBC member guests by registration deadline.
  • Full-time employees of local, state or federal governmental agencies; full-time students; and individuals in-between engagements registered by deadline.
  • For everyone who is not a member of Connecticut Building Congress by registration deadline.

Registration is closed

Additional Seats Opened up!

Late Registration Fee Waived!

Click on the video clip below to hear more about this unique program!


Is technology able to alleviate any of the pressure on the AEC industry for more skilled workers? What specific initiatives can the AEC community lead to encourage and empower the growth of a robust skilled workforce? Share your ideas and learn how emerging business practices can help your company thrive in the current economy.

Select one of three round table topics in which to participate:

1) The Skilled Workforce Shortage - Issues and Actions

2) Technology in the Field – What’s out There?

3) Technology in the Office – What’s Trending Today? 


Facilitated by knowledgeable industry leaders, each round-table discussion will offer a great opportunity to gain insight from your colleagues on the challenges of the workforce shortage (blue and white collar) and emerging technological advances in the field and in the office.

This program is co-sponsored by Central Connecticut State University Department of Manufacturing and Construction Management. Network with members of our future workforce and the professors shaping their education and training.

The Industry Practices Committee (IPC) of the CBC has recently published a white paper, Skilled Workforce Shortages in the Construction Industry, which we encourage you to review prior to attending. The recommendations included for actions to address the economic, workload and generational challenges we currently face are quite powerful.

Moderator: Richard Bergan, Bergan Architectural Woodworking

Program Sponsors: (sign up here to be one of our limited sponsors)

            
       

 
                          

CBC Board Door Prize Sponsor:  Bob May, Fuss & O'Neill
EnviroScience

Date:  Tuesday, February 9, 2016*

SPACE IS VERY LIMITED FOR THIS EVENT - PLEASE REGISTER EARLY TO SECURE YOUR SPOT.

*In case of a snow cancellation, the event will be held the following day, Wednesday, February 10, 2016, same time and building BUT in a DIFFERENT ROOM--The Connecticut Room, 1st Floor.


Registration for Program & BUFFET Dinner
$60 CBC Members
$85 NonMembers

$30 Students, Government Employees, Subsidized

Location: NOTE ROOM LOCATION UPDATE!!

Central Connecticut State University
Memorial Hall,
CONSTITUTION Room, 2ND FLOOR**
1612 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT

CCSU Campus, Parking Building and Entrance Map

 **Note:  This is a THE SAME ROOM AS last year, BUT if the event is postponed to the snow date of Wednesday, February 10, it will be held in the Connecticut Room on the 1st FLOOR.

Parking:
Free parking in the Student Center Garage and Lot. Download the
CCSU Campus, Parking, Building and Entrance Map

Agenda:
5:30 - 6:30 PM  Networking and Registration
6:30 - 7:45 PM  Buffet Dinner and Round Table Discussions
7:45 - 8:15 PM   Dessert and Group Review of Round Table Discussion Take-aways
8:15 - 8:30 PM  Closing Remarks and Door Prize Drawing

Register Now for Program & BUFFET Dinner

SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR 2016 - 2017 ANNUAL ANCHOR SPONSORS!


     

 
  
 


       
  



     




      
 
 
 



     

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