About the Capital Projects Symposium
Capital Projects Symposium 2018 will be a high level conference exploring the technology, project delivery and innovation in construction management practices. Through expert plenary sessions and focused, practical breakouts (along with ample networking time), CPS2018 attendees will build an understanding of today’s technology options, their impact on project delivery and how both owners and service providers are utilizing innovations to increase project success.
The Capital Projects Symposium is geared toward professionals from all aspects of the construction industry, including construction management, developers, public-planners, and owners, as well as professionals interested in construction technology applications. Anyone with a vested interest in discovering opportunities to better utilize innovations and technology on the construction, renovation and replacement of facilities should plan to be in attendance.
CMAA is North America’s only organization dedicated exclusively to the interests of professional Construction and Program Management.Formed in 1982, the association's current membership is more than 14,000, including individual CM/PM practitioners, corporate members, and construction owners in both public and private sectors, along with academic and associate members. CMAA has 29 regional chapters and 50 student chapters at colleges and universities nationwide. CMAA prides itself on proving highly regarded professional development programs, including instructor-led courses, self-paced online programs and webinars. The Construction Manager Certification Institute (CMCI), a subsidiary of CMAA, administers the Certified Construction Manager (CCM) program, which has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute. With more than 3,800 current CCMs, the designation is considered the "gold standard" in personnel credentials for the Construction Management profession. www.cmaanet.org
Prohibited Conduct Policy:
CMAA wishes to create a welcoming environment for events and conferences, including social events related to conferences. Attendees are expected to conduct themselves professionally. Prohibited conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1) harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other protected status, as provided by local, state or federal law; 2) sexual harassment, including unwelcome attention, stalking and physical contact; 3) abusive conduct that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with another person's ability to enjoy or participate in the event, and 4) undue interruption of any event, speaker or session.
Any person who has been subjected to prohibited conduct or who has witnessed such conduct is encouraged to notify a CMAA staff member. CMAA reserves the right to take any action it deems appropriate in response to such conduct by any person, including removal of that person from the event, prohibiting attendance at future events, and suspension of membership.