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Ten Oaks Ballroom
5000 Signal Bell Ln
Clarksville, MD Show on map Event Details Event Details
Managing Capital Projects can become a full-time job in addition to a manager's/board's already busy workload. Our panel of experts will break down the 5 components, from the pre-planning phase to the close-out phase, to help you better understand and manage the process.
Join us while our experts provide pivotal insight on the entire process.
Managers will earn 2 continuing education credits for attending this Seminar! Tickets Tickets Chapter Member Ticket
Member Ticket - $40.00
$40 Non-Member Ticket
Non-Member Ticket - $55.00
$55 Agenda Agenda
8:30 AM - 9:30 AM
Networking and Breakfast Networking and Breakfast
Network with other managers, homeowners, and our sponsors before having breakfast.
9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Educational Session Educational Session Speakers Speakers Todd El-Taher Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Hann & Hann Construction Services
Todd El-Taher is the Executive Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Hann & Hann Construction Services and has been with the firm since 2005. He is the cochair of the Education Committee for the Washington Metropolitan Chapter of CAI. He is an inventor, having recently received his second patent from the United States Patent and Trademark of Office, holds a BA Cum laude in International Relations from Canisius College, Buffalo NY and is a US Army Veteran.
Charles E. Kirk, P.E. Senior Mechanical Engineer at TRC Engineering
Mr. Kirk has over 20 years of experience in engineering consulting, project management, and commissioning. Mr. Kirk is the Managing Member of Ted Ross Consulting, LLC and oversees the mechanical engineering for the company.
Mr. Kirk is the Senior Mechanical Engineer for projects encompassing analysis and design, development of construction documents, and construction administration for the renovation of commercial and residential building mechanical and plumbing systems including cooling and heating systems; building piping system evaluations and replacements; general equipment & systems troubleshooting and corrections; facility audits and condition assessments, etc. Mr. Kirk’s focus with TRC Engineering is assisting our clients with developing cost-effective methods to resolve issues with and/or upgrade their building infrastructure to improve system efficiency and simplify operations and maintenance. Chris Petrik, CMCA, AMS, PCAM General Manager at Silo Point Condominium Chris Petrik, CMCA, AMS, PCAM General Manager at Silo Point Condominium
Chris has been in the Community Management industry for the past 9 years, 6 of which have been with FirstService Residential. Prior to moving to Baltimore in 2018, to become the General Manager of a luxury high-rise condominium, he was a portfolio manager in Mrytle Beach, South Carolina managing HOA's, COA's and Master Associations. Since his move to Baltimore, Chris has managed nearly 50 capital improvement projects from conception to final walkthrough.
While working in Baltimore Chris has created a platform for his Condominium to work with a local public school to provide the much-needed support for upkeep of the facility. Through hosting "Service Day" Chris has brought together nearly 100 vendors and close to 300 volunteers combined over the past 3 years to create a new landscape, paint both multiple areas of the interior and exterior, cleaning of classrooms, hallways, gym and lockers. They also reached their goal of collecting nearly $90,000 to replace the entire playground as well. Chris recently joined the Expo Committee and looks forward to helping the chapter grow to the "Next Level". Welcome to Glue Up. We are upgrading our password strength service in order to align with ISO27001 standards. Please take a moment to upgrade your password.
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