Alaska’s Changing Health Care & The A/E/C Community: SMPS Alaska Chapter’s September Luncheon
Healthcare organizations in Alaska have undergone significant change, with the decade ahead signaling even greater transformation.
ANCHORGE, ALASKA (September 5, 2012) – Join the SMPS Alaska Chapter on September 18th at the Dena’ina Convention Center for a panel discussion about what design teams can do to meet the changing needs of health care and how it affects the architecture/engineering/construction industry. Panelists will discuss what sets a design team apart from the crowd, what design teams can do now to prepare for future projects, and answer your questions during a Q&A session. You will hear from leaders at Providence Alaska, Alaska Native Medical Center, and other local healthcare providers on growth, change and development in the regional healthcare sector.
Cost: SMPS Members $35; SMPS Member Firms $45; Non-Members $65. The RSVP deadline is Thursday, September 13th.
Help lead the discussion by emailing your questions before the luncheon. Are there specifics about the industry or the procurement process that you would like the panel to address? Email your questions to Programs Director, Jessica Taft email@example.com so your questions can direct the discussion in a way that benefits your firm.
Founded in 2011, SMPS Alaska’s mission is to advocate for, educate, and connect leaders in the building industry. The SMPS community works to secure profitable business relationships for their architecture/engineering/construction (A/E/C) companies through networking, business intelligence, and research. They offer monthly luncheons, webinars, and various events that benefit their members and the Alaska business community.
For more information or to register for this event, please visit our website at www.smpsalaska.org or call Jessica Taft at 907.563.3835.
Posted: September 5, 2012