February 7, 2011
Canadian Mechanical Contracting Education Foundation holding education event in Saskatoon
The Canadian Mechanical Contracting Education Foundation (CMCEF) is hosting its 2011 middle-management conference March 23-25 in Saskatoon, Sask.
The conference is considered a unique opportunity as it brings together mechanical contractors from across Canada to learn about new technologies and management skills.
The two and one-half day event features many of the industry’s most sought after speakers: Professor Tim Wentz from the University of Nebraska; Tom Williams, Mechanical Contractors Association of America past-president; contractor Al Prowse, president of H Griffiths Co. Ltd.; Jim Baston, founder of Baston, Barnet & Associates and Gregg Schoppman, consultant with FMI, management consultants and investment bankers for the construction industry.
Registration and further information is available on the CMCEF website at www.cmcef.org.
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