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October 2018: Monthly Luncheon — Higher Education Panel
Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Place
Denver, CO 80204

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MST
Category: Monthly Luncheon

What’s in store for Colorado’s higher education facilities for the new school year?

Hear from select leaders from some of Colorado’s top campuses about what’s on the top of their lists of needs and project priorities. Also presented will be insight into trends in design and construction as well as what firms can do from a marketing and business development standpoint to better position themselves. Join SMPS Colorado for this talk and opportunity to connect with key influencers in education — followed by an interactive opportunity for questions.


Ticket Prices
$55 Members            
$90 Non-members           
 

Note: Only SMPS Colorado Members may register at member pricing. All ticket prices increase by $25 after October 5. Online registration closes at 3 p.m. on Tuesday October 10. Walk-in registration may be available on site. On-site parking not guaranteed. If signage indicates "DAC members only," there may still be parking available. Please inquire.

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Speakers
   Mike Redmond  |   Regis University  —  Associate Vice President, Physical Plant/Capital Projects
   Cathy Rock  |  Red Rocks Community College  —  Project Manager, Facilities Department
   James Rosner  |  University of Denver  —  Associate Vice Chancellor
   Mike Turman  |  Auraria Higher Education Center Facilities Services  —  Director, Projects, Safety & Security

 Moderator

 

 

 

Christine King, FSMPS, CPSM
Business Development — The Weitz Company

Over the course of her career, Christine has provided marketing and business development leadership and support to architecture, engineering, and construction firms across Colorado. She is a Fellow in the Society for Marketing Professional Services (FSMPS), a Certified Professional Services Marketer (CPSM) and in 1997 received the Leonardo Award, the highest award given by SMPS/Colorado.  Christine has been active with SMPS locally and nationally, serving twice as Colorado Chapter President (2000-2001 and 2004-2005) and as Chair for the SMPS Marketing Communications Awards in 2012. She has been in the A/E/C industry for more than 30 years and has published and presented to a number of industry associations including AIA and SMPS. Christine currently serves as Chapter Champion for the SMPS Colorado Chapter.

Speakers

 

 

   

Mike Redmond
Associate Vice President, Physical Plant/Capital Projects — Regis University

Mike Redmond has been at Regis University for almost 21 years. He oversees the entire Plant and manages all Capital Projects at the University. Prior to working at Regis, Mike worked a short three-year stint with the State on developing a Master Plan and overseeing the Plant and Capital Projects at Front Range Community College’s five locations. Prior to working with the State, he served his country for 21 years in the Air Force and performed as a Civil Engineer. He has maintained millions of square footage worldwide and also pulled 64 facilities out of the ground for all facets of use from runways, hangers, to Chapels and several Administrative and Academic buildings along the way.

 

Mike Turman
Director, Projects, Safety & Security —  Auraria Higher Education Center Facilities Services

Mike is responsible for design and construction, environmental health and safety, life safety, access control, and electrical systems on the Auraria Campus, Colorado's largest campus by student body population. Mike is a Downtown Denver Partnership Leadership Program alumnus and his Tivoli Quad and Science Building projects have both been recognized as Denver Downtown Partnership Projects of the Year.

 

James Rosner
Associate Vice Chancellor  —  University of Denver

James Rosner is the Associate Vice Chancellor, Facilities Management and Planning overseeing the Capital Projects and Planning, Facilities Management, Business Operations, Real Estate and Auxiliary Services, and Parking and Mobility Services for the University of Denver. He leads a staff of 283 employees and manages annual budgets totaling $37.5 million as well as $250 million in capital expenditure projects for the University of Denver's 3.8 million square foot/125-acre campus.