We've made these changes to encourage the submission of more nominations. Please take the time to review this NEW FORMAT,
and hesitate no more to submit nominations for your favorite
Project Achievement Award! Every project of any size fulfilling the requirements for location and timing is eligible and will be considered!
And don't forget that a significant amount of the proceeds are used to help fund initiatives of our two affiliate Student Chapters! Please submit your nominations today!
Nominations are due by 2:00 PM April 27, 2018.
Applications should be sent to:
CMAA Baltimore Chapter, Awards Committee
Attn: Scott Wardle, P.E., CCM
Michael Baker International, Inc.
1304 Concourse Drive, Suite 200
Linthicum, MD 21090-1014
Providing CMAA members and invited guests an opportunity to listen and converse with Maryland Area Business Leaders as they engage in frank conversation discussing the "Use of Technology and Alternative Delivery"
Stephen Bucy, Acting Director of Construction, SHA
Sean Campion, Assistant Division Chief,Innovative Contracting Division, SHA
Steve Johnson, Director of Engineering, MPA
William Pines, Director of Project Development, MDTA
Terri Wolfe, Director of Design and Construction, Johns Hopkins Medical Management Corporation
Moderated by: David Ferrara, CCM, Director of Construction, MDTA
at the Mount Washington Conference Center
5801 Smith Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21209
CMAA Members and Guests $50
A full breakfast will be served
Two PDHs will be available for CMAA members
Please note: Business Professional Attire is Required
Click HERE for Registration as well as Sponsorship Opportunities
The Baltimore Chapter of CMAA would like to extend a special thank you to Peter Florian, P.E., WSP Construction Manager, for his presentation on 2/27/18 regarding his experiences as a Manager of the D/E Connector project at the BWI /Thurgood Marshall Airport. Peter's presentation was very informative and provided valuable insight regarding the importance of Teaming and cooperation of all parties to maintain a very aggressive schedule while overcoming challenges during the construction of this important addition to the airport.
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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. The Association was formed in 1982. Current membership is more than 14,000, including individual CM/PM practitioners, corporate members, and construction owners in both public and private sectors, along with academic and associate members.
The Baltimore Chapter is committed to fulfilling the mission and vision of CMAA. The chapter hosts monthly events including presentations and lectures by industry leaders, tours of local project sites, and other events.