From left to right: Perry McCoy, United Infrastructure Group; Brantle Miller, Superior Construction; Lewis Icenhower, Young & McQueen Grading; Senia M. McIntyre, Ranger Construction; Mike Holcomb, United Infrastructure Group; Josh Sommer, Balfour Beatty Infrastructure; Alan Decker, United Infrastructure Group; Maureen “Mo” Stough, Blythe Development Co.; Christopher George Beeler, Wright Brothers Constructions Co. Inc.; Jose Gomez, Superior Construction; David Michael Holder, Carolina Bridge Co., Inc.; Adam Tipton, Young & McQueen Grading; Adam Welsh, United Infrastructure Group; Brian McGarity, Superior Construction; Freddie Murdock, United Infrastructure Group; Felipe Rosa, United Infrastructure Group; Wayne Whiting, United Infrastructure Group; and Jeff Hanson, United Infrastructure Group.
By Allison Rose, manager of member services and chapter relations, ARTBA
Eighteen transportation construction industry professionals attended ARTBA’s Dec. 6-7 Project Management Academy in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Road and bridge building managers from United Infrastructure Group, Superior Construction, Young & McQueen Grading, Ranger Construction, Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Blythe Development Co., Wright Brothers Constructions Co. Inc., and Carolina Bridge Co., Inc. sharpened their skills in DBE compliance, business ethics, construction documentation, client relations, economics of safety, and management and leadership in the workplace.
These same topics will be covered at the Dec. 13-15 Project Management Academy in Chicago.
Leading industry experts provided substantive theory and challenged attendees to find practical, yet innovative, responses to real-world scenarios and solidify their skills in managing projects in today’s competitive construction industry.
The two-day academy was hosted at the headquarters of the Carolinas AGC (CAGC), one of ARTBA’s chapter affiliates.