Raleigh, NC, June 22, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Dan Fields, principal of BJAC Raleigh, pa (http://bjac.com/), an architectural firm offering professional architectural and design services to healthcare, education, municipal and research clients, has announced that he and fellow BJAC principal Jennifer Amster will speak at the upcoming Construction Management Association of America (CMAA) lunch meeting on Wednesday, June 27 at the Brier Creek Country Club, 9400 Club Hill Drive, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. The presentation will focus on the decision to either start new or renovate when involved in a building project. Amster and Fields will discuss methods to assess whether to renovate existing facilities or build new ones by identifying project issues and objectives, understanding and addressing program compromises, and weighing a variety of factors and influence such as location, cost and operations. This event is open to all. Cost is $25 for CMAA members and $30 for non-CMAA members. To RSVP, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Dan and I are excited to participate in the upcoming CMAA meeting,” said Amster. “Understanding the costs and benefits related building renovation and new construction, as well as the issues and comprises encountered are increasingly important for designers, clients and contractors in today’s economy. Deciding on the best option can be made more confidently with the right process, information and approach.”
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- The Construction Management Association of America is North America’s only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional construction and program management.
- CMAA has 28 regional chapters and 43 student chapters at colleges and universities nationwide.
Architectural firm BJAC, pa, offers professional services for specialized, complex institutional projects. The firm provides design expertise to healthcare, K-20 education, research, museum and municipal clients, along with a broad range of in-depth services, including architectural design, pre-design, programming, design, master planning, interior design, construction management, contract administration and design build. Established in 1994 by CEO and Managing Principal Lou Jurkowski, FAIA, BJAC is one of the largest woman-owned architectural design firms in the Southeast, with offices in Raleigh and Charlotte. In 2010, BJAC was awarded Firm of the Year by the North Carolina Chapter of The American Institute of Architects (AIANC). Most recently, the firm was awarded the 2011 Pinnacle Steady Growth and Profitability Master Award by the Greater Raleigh Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please call BJAC at (919) 833-8818 or visit http://www.bjac.com.
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