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Are you an emerging leader in the construction industry or do you have leadership aspirations? If so, the CANS Developing Executives Speaker Series Dinner is for you. Join the DE group (employees of CANS member companies aged 40 or younger) for our Speaker Series Dinner.
Date: Thursday, February 21st 2019, 6-8PM,
Please arrive between 5:30 and 6:00PM to register.
Venue: The An Seanchai Room at The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse, 5136 Prince St, Halifax, NS B3J 1L4
Price: $52 plus HST (meal included, drinks additional)
Choose from one of the following Meals and Desserts:
Please let your server know if you have any alternative dietary requirements
Topic: Overcoming Specific Project Challenges
Speakers: Jud Mullen, Construction Manager, and Blaise Morrison, Manager of Development & Planning, The Armour Group
Jud Mullen, GSC, joined The Armour Group as Construction Manager in 2016. Mr. Mullen has over 17 years in the Maritime construction industry as a project manager and estimator working primarily with DORA Construction and PCL Constructors prior to coming to Armour. Mr. Mullen has developed expertise in design-build construction having worked on a variety of commercial projects during his career, shepherding many of them from inception to completion. This skill set has served Mr. Mullen well as Armour’s Construction Manager on the Queen’s Marque Development, where he has worked in tandem with Bird Construction to deliver the project. Mr. Mullen graduated with a Construction Administration Technology diploma from NSCC in 2001.
Blaise Morrison, MCIP, LPP, joined The Armour Group in 2016 as Manager of Development & Planning. Having previously managed the Urban Planning Group for WSP Canada Inc.’s Nova Scotia office, Mr. Morrison brings an expertise focused on managing development applications through the various jurisdictional approval processes. Mr. Morrison’s knowledge of Halifax’s development landscape from policy, by-law and political levels has added a depth to The Armour Group’s team that has helped facilitate the design, development and approvals of some of the Company’s most recent urban projects, including Queen’s Marque and the Halifax Grammar School. Mr. Morrison has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master’s in Urban & Regional Planning from Queen’s University, and is a Licensed Professional Planner.
For more information, contact:Britney MacNeil, Events LeadConstruction Association of Nova Scotia902 499 firstname.lastname@example.org