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POSTPONED - Technology

 

March 20, 2020
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
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Holiday Inn Cleveland South
6001 Rockside Rd.
Independence, OH 44131
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Jason Gebhardt is a Virtual Design and Construction Manager at The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company. Jason started his career in operations working on large healthcare projects. However, his passion for technology quickly outweighed his interest in RFI's, submittals, and invoice reviews. Jason has supported projects across the country as a member of the VDC Group for the last ten years. From mega projects to small renovations, Jason enjoys the challenge of connecting teams with the right tools and processes to increase safety, efficiency, and quality on their projects.
Construction technology implementation is an increasingly important and ever-evolving aspect of construction projects. As an industry, we can leverage technology tools to address skilled labor shortages, increase safety, and improve productivity.  
 
Join us on March 20th for an in-depth discussion on emerging technology and how these tools will shape the Design and Construction Industry of tomorrow. During this presentation, participants will: 
  1. Understand the hurdles that keep teams from using technology and discuss strategies to foster adoption and implementation within your teams;
  2. Review the risks and potential exposures associated with paperless job sites and the virtual work space;
  3. Walk through examples of advanced technology tools related to quality installation, production tracking, and construction schedule optimization.

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Payable to: CMAA Ohio Chapter
Mail to: P.O. Box 6087, Cleveland, Oh 44101

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Tickets

$35.00 Member Ticket

$45.00 Non-Member Ticket

$10.00 Student

$200.00 Bronze Sponsor

$500.00 Silver Sponsor

$750.00 Gold Sponsor

$1,500.00 Platinum Sponsor

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