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Construction Outlook 2010 Scheduled for Ontario Next Week

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Associated General Contractors of California and McGraw-Hill Construction are teaming up for their third and final Construction Outlook 2010 in California, scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 23 at the Ayres Hotel & Suites in Ontario.

Presenters include McGraw-Hill Construction Economist Cliff Brewis and a panel of California’s top owners, who will provide details on how to bid for major contracts from their respective segments. Brewis will provide the national and regional forecast that will cover the current construction’s economic environment and market trends that will impact the industry in 2010 and beyond.

Outlooks were previously held earlier this month in Sacramento and San Jose.

The event takes place from 7:30 a.m. to 10 a.m.

The speakers presenting include:

  • Roy L. Fisher, Deputy District Director, Construction, California Department of Transportation
  • Rona G. Rothenberg, Senior Manager, Design and Construction Services, Office of Court Construction and Management
  • Tom Hall, Director, Facilities Planning Department, Los Angeles Community College District

To register for the Ontario event, contact Carol Hackler at (626) 608-5800 or email hacklerc@agc-ca.org.

For an event flyer and registration form that you can fax, go to:
http://www.agc-ca.org/uploadedFiles/Meetings-Events/Events/Outlook2010-promoA.pdf
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