Person 1

February 2022: What’s in your Mentor Wallet?

$0.00$25.00

Person 1

Register for February 2022: What’s in your Mentor Wallet?

Registration closes Monday, February  7th at 11:59 pm.

Person 1

Clear

Person 1

Person 1

Person 1

Person 1

SKU: 2022-02-08 Category:

Person 1

Description

Mentorship and lessons learned from building relationships are critical to support quality designs and installations in the construction industry.  Our world is constantly changing and sharing relevant knowledge gained through experiences in various ways is essential to our own growth and the growth of others we interact with.  What are the new challenges and successes of sharing information?  Mentorship happens across the board, not just top-down. Join us as we discover several ways of exchanging information that improve our understanding and help us provide the construction industry as well as the end-user with better buildings.  Come prepared to share your own input and mentoring experiences.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discover a wide variety of Mentoring opportunities
  2. Discuss challenges and advantages of current communication platforms
  3. Explore innovative approaches with case study examples of sharing information
  4. Understand how tenants and building users can benefit from the result of knowledge sharing by the AEC project team.

BIOS
Mark Swanson, AIA, CSI, LEED AP BD+C, is a Licensed Architect, and LEED Accredited Professional. As the Minnesota Area Director of the International Masonry Institute, Mark provides technical consultations, plan reviews, jobsite troubleshooting, and AIA continuing education seminar presentations to the design community. Working with Revit since 2005, Mark is involved with the National BIM for Masonry workgroup working to raise the bar for Building Information Modeling content for masonry. He has lectured at Georgia Tech’s digital design laboratory, the University of Minnesota’s College of Continuing and Professional Studies Construction Management Program and teaches a masonry workshop at the University of Minnesota College Of Design’s School of Architecture.

Kelley  Casey has over 30 years of experience in building construction and documentation. He provides consultation and documentation for existing exterior facades and interior construction forensics and is experienced in leading and coordinating teams from schematics through construction documents.

This presentation will be an In-Person Event along with a Virtual Meeting for those who cannot attend in person. Virtual Meeting details will be sent out with meeting registration via separate email from Zoom.

Tuesday, February 8, 2022

11:00 AM – 12:30 PM

11:30 AM Present Starts

In-Person and Virtual/Online Meeting

COST

In-Person Members – $10

In-Person Non-Members – $25   

Virtual Only Participant – FREE

Additional information

Status

BEC-Member, Non-Member, Virtual Only Participant

Person 1

Menu