Understanding Multimodal Clients & Opportunities

Thursday, September 13, 2018 1:30 PM - 2:30 PM (Eastern Time (US & Canada))

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This online class carries 1.0 PDH (Professional Development Hour).

Curriculum Track: Business Management

Member Organization: National Events

Faculty: M. John Vickerman, AIA, PE, Vickerman & Associates LLC

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In an age of online shopping and next-day delivery, and with the recently expanded Panama Canal locks, the demands on intermodal facilities are only increasing -- as is the market.

Join John Vikerman to learn about the latest multimodal market trends, what makes port, rail, and logistics companies unique clients, and how you can position your firm for work within this market sector.

You'll leave this 60-minute session with a deep understanding of:

  • Mega-trends in global trade that influence the intermodal and logistics market
  • How the expected rapid growth of freight will impact infrastructure development
  • Effects of the widening of the Panama Canal on U.S. intermodal facilities
  • How automation is impacting the industry
  • The growth of inland and river ports

About the presenter:

M. John Vickerman, AIA, PE, is an international expert in the planning and design of port, intermodal and freight logistics facilities. Much of Mr. Vickerman's work focuses on assisting ports, railroads and shipping companies in recognizing and preparing for future market and technological changes. Both a professional engineer and registered architect, Mr. Vickerman brings 40 years of experience to his own practice, Vickerman & Associates LLC.


ACEC Members: $179
Non-members: $279

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