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Conferences & Seminars

AEA Supporting Firm Member representatives are invited to attend the Industry / Government Seminar scheduled for Thursday, 2 June 2011, at the Army and Navy Club on Farragut Square in Washington DC. The seminar will include a networking continental breakfast, breaks, and a networking buffet lunch. Reservations are required. Supporting Firm Member fee is $350.00 per person.

Invited speakers are:

MG Todd Semonite, USACE South Atlantic Division Commander

Mr. Howard Stickly, SES, Transatlantic Division, USACE

COL Dave Anderson, Baltimore District Commander

Mr. Robert Nichols, AEA General Counsel – OCONUS contracting insights

Timeline:

0800 – 0900   Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

0900 – 1155   Presentations and Discussion:

1145 – 1200   Closing Remarks

1200 – 1300   Buffet Lunch

Presentations will include Q and A, allowing excellent opportunity for open dialogue. This seminar will be conducted on Thursday, 2 June 2011, from 9:00 AM to 12:00 noon in the Main Ballroom (2nd floor) at the Army and Navy Club, on Farragut Square, 901 17th Street NW, Washington DC. The use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited within the Army Navy Club and coat and tie are required. Army Navy Club member Jack O'Neill is the sponsoring member for this event.

On site registration will begin at 8:00 am. Presentations start at 9 am. The purpose of the session is to offer AEA Supporting Firm Members an opportunity to participate in a meaningful exchange with key Army leaders on programs, policies and a current activities of interest.

Online registration here.

Direct Registration: call or email Dina Youtz, at finance@armyengineer.com - 703-428-6953. Please limit your firm’s attendance to two Supporting Firm Member representatives.


AEA Supporting Firm Member representatives are invited to attend the Special GIS in Engineering Industry / Government Seminar scheduled for Tuesday, 14 June 2011, at the Army and Navy Club on Farragut Square in Washington DC. The seminar will include a networking continental breakfast, breaks, and a networking buffet lunch. Reservations are required.

 The standard Supporting Firm Member fee of $350.00 per person is discounted to $200.00 per person for this event. 

Working Agenda and Invited speakers are:

OSD and Army GEO ENG panel:

Mr. David LaBranche, OSD

Dr. Joe Fontanella, AGC

Mr. Andrew Bruzewicz, USACE

Mr. Vince Nicchitta, IMCOM

Navy, USAF and Federal GEO ENG panel: TBD

 Construction/ River Navigation Industry GEO ENG panel:

Caterpillar – Mr. Terry Rasmussen - Connected Worksite Solutions
Dewberry - Mr. Phil Thiel - Riverine Modeling and Installation Support

Timeline:

0800 – 0900 - Registration and Networking Continental Breakfast

0900 – 1155 Presentations and Discussion:

1145 – 1200 Closing Remarks

1200 – 1300 Buffet Lunch

Presentations will include Q and A, allowing excellent opportunity for open dialogue. This seminar will be conducted on Tuesday , 14 June 2011, from 8:00 AM to 12:00 noon in the Main Ballroom (2nd floor) at the Army and Navy Club, on Farragut Square, 901 17th Street NW, Washington DC. The use of mobile phones is strictly prohibited within the Army Navy Club and coat and tie are required. Army Navy Club member Jack O'Neill is the sponsoring member for this event.

Onsite registration will begin at 8:00 am. Presentations start at 9 am. The purpose of the session is to offer AEA Supporting Firm Members an opportunity to participate in a meaningful exchange with key Federal leaders on programs, policies and a current activities of interest.  

Online registration here.
 
For direct Registration, call or email Ms. Dina Youtz, at finance@armyengineer.com - 703-428-6953. Please limit your firm’s attendance to two Supporting Firm Member representatives.