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The Triad Regional Seminar scheduled
for Thursday, March 26 in Winston-Salem
has been cancelled.
There is no rescheduled date at this time.
2015 Joint Legislative Day
with ACEC, AIA, and CAGC
Show your Professional Engineering Strength -
Be part of the Design/Construction Community’s Joint
March 25, 2015
Center for Architecture and Design (CfAD)
14 E. Peace Street | Raleigh
(and the new State Offices for PENC)
Direction to CfAD
Join our industry allies from across North Carolina – ACEC, AIA and CAGC and show our united strength during the NC Day at the State House. This event gives us the opportunity to unite with our strategic partner and collectively voice our concerns with Legislators face-to-face.
· The day will start with a review of current construction industry legislation and a briefing on our state’s infrastructure needs.
· After lunch, you will join fellow PENC members for the afternoon at the Legislative Complex where you will have an opportunity to engage with members of the General Assembly.
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
10:30am - Registration: At CfAD
11:00am - Briefing: Legislative updates and member briefing on issues
12:00pm - Lunch: Enjoy a box lunch and Legislator presentations
1:30pm - Appointments: Head to the Legislative building for appointments with Legislator
5:30pm – 7:30pm: Reception: Joint Legislative Reception at the North Carolina Museum of History. (Cost - $25, please register above)
Legislative DAY –
Cost: FREE for all PENC Members – please RSVP by registering
Click HERE to Register
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