We invite you to join us on September 11-12, 2012 for the Annual ENR|CURT Owners Forum, jointly presented by CURT and McGraw-Hill Construction's Engineering News Record.
The construction industry faces all kinds of change: It’s a Presidential election year. New technologies and mobile apps are being adopted every day. There are even signs of workforce shortages starting to appear once again. How can owners and professionals create value and competitive advantage in this environment of constant change?
The largest construction project owners in the country will join contractors, designers and building product manufacturers to explore what’s ahead. Major industry association lobbyists will give insights on the congressional races and what they mean for construction. Young professionals will share stories about what industry issues matter most to them and what they think it will take to retain talent. And industry award winners will discuss projects and products that required taking risks but led to success.
Join your colleagues at the 6th Annual ENR|CURT Construction Owners Forum to find out more about how to create value in a changing industry.
The ENR|CURT Owners Forum requires a separate registration from the CURT member meeting registration. For more information and to register, click the links below.
$95.00 for CURT Members*
$295.00 for non-Members
Lodging & Meeting Location
Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
5000 Seminary Road
Alexandria, VA 22311
703.845.1010 | website
A block of rooms has been reserved under the name CURT or Construction Users Roundtable. August 26, 2012 is the deadline to ensure the special rate of $219.00 per night. To make a reservation, call the hotel directly or click here
. Reservations made after this date are subject to room and rate availability.
The recommended airport is Washington Reagan National Airport (DCA).
Taxi transit from the airport is recommended and costs approximately $20.00. Click here for driving directions.
*As a CURT member, your registration fee also includes a subscription to ENR Magazine