It’s no longer enough to have one Architect a hand full of Engineers. Modern projects include dozens of new technologies and just as many design specialists. BIM technology, Biophilic design, lighting concepts, passive heating and cooling, day lighting, delivery models, and building accreditations are just a few of the specializations in Architecture Today.
Typically I try to announce speaking engagements in advance, but as you know, I’ve been a little off from my normal routines lately.
Regardless, I recently participate in a virtual event hosted by Worldwide Business Research (WBR) creators of the ProcureCon series.
The event was hosted and moderated by Ryan Kulp (Program Director for ProcureCon Facilities). The three hour event included panel discussions, presentations, and fireside chats with 9 leaders in Facilities Procurement.
The segment I participated in was a fireside chat between Ryan, myself and my friend and colleague Michael Beauregard.
This year’s conference seems to be the most comprehensive event yet.
Every year the American Institute of Architects hosts a 3 day conference, This year the AIA conference was held in Las Vegas.
Hundreds of the top Procurement Professionals in Facilities gathered to share industry best practices.
ProcureCon Facilities is the only procurement conference dedicated to facilities services. This year they have a jam-packed agenda.