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October 15, 2020

Get All Your PDHs at the Fall Conference…Plus Full Access for 90 Days

The virtual 2020 ACEC Fall Conference, October 28-30, offers big savings on educational content. Participants have access to 18 PDHs through the general sessions, concurrent educational sessions, and other business content. Valued at more than $1,000 during the in-person event, these virtual resources are available to ACEC members for only $449.

Conference attendees will also have access to all sessions, PDHs, and content for 90 days, so you can earn your PDHs on your own time!

Education seesions at the Conference include:

Creating and Implementing a Risk Heat Map and Scenario Planning
Kevin McMahon and William Siegel, McMahon | Siegel Group

M&A Update: Engineering Firm Consolidation Drivers, Trends, and Outlook
Nick Belitz, Morrissey Goodale

Diversity & Inclusion Keys to Success: DPCs Playbook On ACEC Firm’s Best Practices
Doug McKeown, Woodard & Curran; Lisa Robert, R&SH; Mike Carragher, VHB

NextGen: Position & Prepare Your Firm to be Future-Ready
Kristi Weierbach, Stambaugh Ness

Insurance 101: Understanding How to Purchase Insurance for your Engineering Firm
John Krebsbach, ACEC Life/Health Trust; Amy GieseMilliman Insurance

Freeing Your Resources
Lydia R. Zabrycki, ACEC Retirement Trust

Maximizing Client Relationships from Behind the Desk or from a Physical Distance
Jennifer Newman, Elevate Marketing Advisors

Preparing for Your PPP Loan Audit
Adam Feinberg, Miller & Chevalier Law Firm

Retaining, Motivating & Rewarding Key Employees with Incentive Plans
Michael McGinley, Prairie Capital Advisors; Jeff Peacock, Parametrix, Inc.

Financial Survival Post Pandemic: A Look at Overhead, Cash Flow, and Tax Ramifications
Diana Strassmaier, Aldrich Advisors

How to Sell on Value Instead of Price
June Jewell, AEC Business Solutions

Private Markets Session: Telcom/Data Centers
Moderator: Erin McLaughlin, American Council of Engineering Companies

Seller-Doers to Indispensable: Supporting New and Additional Work in your Firm
Patty Huntley, AXA XL Design Professional Insurance

Storytelling for Engineers
Lionel Béjean, ACEC Business Insurance Trust

Redefining Project Information Management in the Current Business Environment: Four Key Areas in which you can Build Organizational Excellence and Effectiveness
Ron Noden and Thomas Maleski, Newforma

Navigating Cyber Security in Engineering
Chris Wilkerson, Greyling/ACEC Business Insurance Trust; Jeff Connelly, Greyling

Ownership Transition: Build Bridges, Not Walls
Bill Mandel, Laura Howard and Harvey Katz, Fox Rothschild LP

Non-Engineers Adaptation to Future Engineering – How the Government, Science and Financial Sectors are Converging to Drive Infrastructure Design to Meet Sustainability and Resilience Objectives
Elizabeth Kent, Americas Public Policy Group; Lindsay Ross, Four Twenty Seven; Lynn Schloesser, American Council of Engineering Companies

Introduction to the Principal’s Path (Business Bootcamp for Professionals)
Hosted by SFC
John Doehring, J. Doehring & Co., LLC

Contract Language for Design Professionals
Hosted by LDC
Moderator: D.J. Hodson, Langan

The Shape Shifting Standard of Care for Design Professionals
Hosted by CASE
Karen Erger, Lockton; Eric Singer, IceMiller LLP

Managing Health Care Spend
Byron Shultz, Tim Barnthouse and Jessaca Latteier, MediCaptive

The Future Is Here: How to Run your Firm Using Virtual Reality (VR) + Artificial Reality (AR)
Mark Goodale and Brendon Cussio, Morrissey Goodale

How Geospatial Technology is Revolutionizing the Survey Profession
Hosted by COPS
Moderator: Charlie Geer, Greyling

Understanding Limitations of Liability and Certificate of Merit as a Sub-Consultant
Hosted by GEO
Stephanie Burton, Gibbs & Burton, LLP

Enabling Excellence by Guiding Culture
Adelle Elia and Lou Cornell, WSP USA

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