On December 3, 2021, the American Council of Engineering Companies will hold its first-ever private market symposium on intermodal and logistics at the Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, SC.
Join your fellow leaders in business, trade, and real estate to discuss the future of the Port of Charleston, new developments in supply chain and logistics, and many other topics critical to the regional economy.
Here are the details:
Intermodal and Logistics Symposium
Hosted by the American Council of Engineering Companies
December 3, 2021, from 8 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Francis Marion Hotel in Charleston, S.C.
Early bird registration ends Nov. 12
Speakers at the event will include:
Walter Kemmsies - Economist, focusing on global trade, logistics, and real estate with JLL and the Kemmsies Group
Chris Novack - Senior Director, Engineering Facilities Maintenance with the Georgia Ports Authority
Walter Lagarenne - Senior Director, Engineering & Facilities with the South Carolina Ports Authority
Stephanie Few - Attorney with Womble, Bond Dickinson, focusing on economic development and land, former City of Charleston Director of Economic Development
Brian Gwin - Industrial Development Manager with Norfolk Southern Railway
Lynette Cardoch, PhD - Director of Resilience and Adaptation with Moffatt & Nichol
Sarah Cox - Project Manager of freight and intermodal planning with BCD Council of Governments
The event includes an optional tour of the Hugh K. Leatherman Terminal at the Port of Charleston following the day’s discussions.
Member Rate: $450
Non-Member Rate: $795
To learn more and register, visit: https://programs.acec.org/private-market-symposiums/
The American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) is the business association of the nation’s engineering industry. Founded in 1909, ACEC is a national federation of 52 state and regional organizations representing more than 5,500 engineering firms and 600,000+ engineers, surveyors, architects, and other specialists nationwide. ACEC member firms drive the design of America’s infrastructure and the built environment.