April Luncheon and Hard Hat Tour

April Luncheon

Wednesday, April 3 | 11:30 a.m – 1:00 p.m.

Greensboro Performing Arts Center/Tanger Presentation and Hard Hat Tour

 Stony Sanders H. Walker Sanders is president of The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro (CFGG). Its mission is to inspire giving, maximize opportunities and strengthen communities for present and future generations. CFGG manages more than $220 million in assets through 650 component funds and makes grants to nonprofit organizations totaling more than $15 million annually. In 2017, the Foundation received more than $20 million in contributions. Since 2012, its assets have increased more than 80% and it has received more than $100 million in contributions.

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Join us as we learn about the much anticipated Tanger Center for Performing Arts

About Tanger Center

Steven Tanger Center for the Performing Arts will be a state-of-the-art facility with a seating capacity of approximately 3,000. The venue will be located in downtown Greensboro at the site surrounded by North Elm and East Lindsay Streets and Summit Avenue (since renamed Abe Brenner Place).

The Tanger Center is projected to host nearly 150 events per year and will be managed by the staff of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex. The Tanger Center will host a diverse variety of events including concerts, Guilford College’s Bryan Series, Greensboro Symphony Orchestra performances, comedy shows and all types of family entertainment including Broadway and other live theatrical productions.

After the presentation, we welcome you to put on your boots, and hard hat and Join us on a guided Hard Hat Tour with Barnhill Contracting Company.

We hope to see you there!

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Register online by noon April 2, 2019

$0 – Free for CREW Members
$45 – Industry Guests

Greensboro History Museum
130 Summit Ave
Greensboro, NC 27401

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February Luncheon

Disaster / Emergency Preparedness

Wednesday, February 6 | 11:30 a.m – 1:00 p.m.

Preparing your office for emergency situations

Please join us as we hear from the industry leaders about what steps they have taken to prepare their offices, work sites and commercial buildings for both disaster preparedness and disaster response. They will discuss best practices built from experience handling local disasters and the take us through the process from being prepared to getting back to business.

Speakers:

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John Walters,
Director of Asset Management,
Highwoods Properties
John has over 30 years of survival in commercial real estate. He began his career in retail real estate starting as a director of security and quickly progressing to becoming a general manager. He holds the CRRP, CRX, CSM and CMD designations through the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). He is a published author and an instructor for ICSC in the area of security. In 2011 he joined Highwoods Properties as the Director of Asset Management for the Triad Division. In this role he oversees the profitability and operations of the portfolio of office, medical office, and industrial buildings. He is a member of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS) and is a certified Homeland Security Terrorism Trainer.
Keith Miller,
HSE Director,
Samet Corporation
Keith has spent over 15 years working with the Department of Defense to build military installations all over the world ranging from top secret facilities to US embassy compounds. He’s had the privilege of meeting and working with American dignitaries to insure facility and worker safety in seven countries. Keith was awarded a General Antwerp coin for Safety Excellence and Engineering Control in 2009. He recently received WA chapter AGC Safety team recognition for over 500,000 MH without any OSHA recordables.

Event proudly sponsored by:

First Aide Rest

We hope to see you there!

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Register online by noon February 4, 2019

$0 – Free for CREW Members
$45 – Industry Guests

Oak Branch Center
23 Oak Branch Dr.
Greensboro NC

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NOVEMBER CRE PANEL

Public-Private Partnerships

Wednesday, November 7 | 11:30 a.m – 1:00 p.m.

Oak Branch Center

23 Oak Branch Dr

Greensboro, NC

How to Develop and Implement Successful Public-Private Partnerships

Please join Mayor Nancy Vaughan, City of Greensboro, George House,  Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP  and Donna Newton, Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro as they discuss the keys to developing and implementing public-private partnerships.

Moderator:

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Tracy Dellinger,

Regional Industry Manager, Central (Piedmont Triad) Zone for the Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (ECPNC).  

The Economic Development Partnership of North Carolina (EDPNC) is focused on recruiting new businesses to the state, supporting the needs of existing businesses, connecting exporters to global customers, helping small business owners get their start, and attracting tourists and visitors from all over the world.  Tracy represents the Central Region (Piedmont Triad), covering Alamance, Caswell, Davidson, Davie, Forsyth, Guilford, Randolph, Rockingham, Stokes, Surry and Yadkin counties.

Speakers:

 Nancy Vaughn

Mayor Nancy Vaughan, 

City of Greensboro 

Nancy B. Vaughan is the mayor of Greensboro in North Carolina. First elected in 2013, she won a new term in the general election on November 7, 2017. Before becoming mayor, Vaughan was a member of the Greensboro City Council, representing District 4 from 1997 to 2001 and serving at-large from 2009 to 2013.

George House

George House,
Brooks, Pierce, McLendon, Humphrey & Leonard, LLP

George House has worked in every area of environmental law and litigation since the birth of the practice in the 1970s. A seasoned environmental litigator, George represents his clients on matters related to mining law, water law, air compliance, and hazardous waste.

 

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Donna Newton,

Director Workforce Initiatives at the Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro. 

The Community Foundation of Greater Greensboro (CFGG) is a charitable organization that inspires giving, maximizes opportunities and strengthens communities for present and future generations. With assets over $200 million and 650 charitable funds under management, we promote philanthropy by addressing emerging community issues, managing permanent endowments, and working with individuals, families, corporations, private foundations, and nonprofit organizations in achieving their charitable objectives. The Foundation serves as a trustworthy partner and leader in shaping effective responses to community issues and opportunities.  Previously Donna led the Housing Our Community Report for the CFGG and was critical to the development of the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium.

    Event Proudly Sponsored by:

Hometrust Bank

We hope to see you there!


Register online by noon November 5, 2018

$0 – Free for CREW MembersRegisterNow
$45 – Nonmembers

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August Luncheon

***Please Note Registration Link is now through CREW Network.  If you have any trouble registering please email 

info@pt-crew.org

 

We hope to see you at the PTCREW August Luncheon 

 

“Impact of Tax Reform on Commercial Real Estate”

 

Thursday, August 2, 2018 (new date)

Oak Branch Conference Center

23 Oak Branch Dr.

Greensboro NC

11:30AM – 1:00PM

Please join us and hear from the industry leaders about recent tax changes that affect developers and owners of commercial real estate. The panel will also be able to briefly discuss recent changes to individual tax laws. 

A few of the topics we will be discussing include:

  • New bonus depreciation rules
  • New rules for leasehold depreciation
  • Changes to Section 1031
  • Changes affecting Individuals – rates, exemptions and credits

Featured Speaker Include:

 

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Sandra L. Shelton, CPA

 

President & Partner

Dodson, Shelton & Nelson, PA

Sandy Shelton is a practicing Certified Public Accountant with Dodson, Shelton & Nelson, PA (DSN). At DSN, she worked closely in the small business area, helping the owners take their businesses to the next level. 

 

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Kristi Johnsen, CPA

Certified Public Accountant (CPA), Senior Associate

LBA Haynes Strand, PLLC

Kristi Johnsen is a Senior Associate in the Greensboro, NC Office of LBA Haynes Strand, PLLC.  Kristi graduated from the University of Alabama with a BS in Commerce & Business Administration with an emphasis on accounting

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Desmond Sheridan, CPA

Partner

Isaacson Isaacson Sheridan Fountain & Leftwich, LLP

Desmond Sheridan has practiced law in Greensboro since 1986.   He formed the law firm of Isaacson Isaacson & Sheridan, LLP (now Isaacson Isaacson Sheridan Fountain & Leftwich, LLP) with Henry Isaacson and Marc Isaacson in 2000.  Desmond is a certified public accountant and, before law school, practiced public accounting in Washington, DC. 

 

We hope to see you there!

 

Join us for event details here.

Oak Branch Conference Center

23 Oak Branch Dr. | Greensboro
11:30am-1:00 PM

 

Registration:

Complimentary for PTCREW members

Complimentary for sponsors using a pass
$45 Industry Guests

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June Luncheon

June Luncheon

Wednesday, June 13, 2018
Oak Branch Conference Center | Greensboro
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
“Reinventing Care at Cone Health and the Impact on Facility Design”

 

Join us for lunch and a discussion of current and future construction projects
and trends in obstetrical care and how that impacted Cone Health’s
decision to relocate Women’s Hospital as well as the actual design of the building.

 

Featured Speakers Include:
Susan H. Pedaline
DNP, MS, RNC. Chief Nursing Officer for
Cone Health Women’s Hospital and Vice-President of Maternal-Child Services
Karin Henderson
MSN, RN-CCRN, CENP, EDAC
Executive Director of Strategic Management at Cone Health

 

Registration:
Complimentary for PTCREW members
Complimentary for sponsors using a pass
$45 Industry guests

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Thank you to our Event Sponsor:

Enterprise

 

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August Luncheon

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Come Learn About the Redevelopment Plan for Downtown High Point

 

The plan includes a new multi-purpose stadium that will also serve as a catalyst to attract an influx of retail, restaurant, and residential development in the surrounding neighborhood!  Ray Gibbs, Forward High Point Executive Director, and
Randy Hemann, High Point Assistant City Manager, will discuss land being used, construction updates, and further development plans.Thursday, August 17, 2017 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

The Oak Branch Conference & Event Center

23 Oak Branch Drive | Greensboro

No cost to attend for PTCREW members and sponsors using a pass

$40 for industry guests

 

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June Luncheon

Multifamily Market Trends
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 | 11:30 AM | Oak Branch Conference Center 

 

Join us on June 7, 2017 to get up-to-date on the Triad Multifamily Market!Multifamily3      Multifamily     Multifamily2

We are fortunate to have Gwyneth Cote, Chief Operating Officer of Bell Partners, as our guest speaker.  Bell Partners initiated a National survey regarding consumer preferences in relation to Multifamily housing, so they will share these results.  She will also be going over trends in multifamily, general housing trends, and trends within their own company. Gwyneth will also talk about what keeps her up at night!

 

Ms. Cote joined Bell Partners in J anuary, 2013 and as COO is responsible for the daily operations of approximately 60,000 Apartment Homes, as well as guiding the company’s operational strategy and overseeing all operating platforms including Property Management, Ancillary Services, Energy Management, Human Resources, Marketing, Revenue Management, and Training.

Details
When
Wednesday, June 7, 2017 | 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM

Where
Oak Branch Conference Center
23 Oak Branch Drive | Greensboro, NC 27401

 

Cost
Complimentary for members & sponsors using a pass
$40 for Industry Guests

 

Event Sponsored By:

 

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April Luncheon-The Morehead Foundry

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Morehead Foundry multiplex has officially opened and we were fortunate to learn more about this 33,000-square-foot building that has been converted into multiple concepts that include three eateries, a private bar, an event space and a catering company!

Lee Comer lead a discussion on:

  • What led her to that particular building and area
  • The construction/design process. How this warehouse that she purchased has evolved to this incredible facility.
  • An overview of the various restaurants and venues
  • Future plans for Fresh. Local. Good. Food Group

Stay tuned for more details on the next event in May!

 

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A Look Back in Time, pictures from the February luncheon

In February our chapter came together to learn more about the historic side of the community we live in.  We had a wonderful lunch and presentation from Benjamin Briggs, executive director for Greensboro Preservation.

 

   

     

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Outstanding Women in Business

It is that time again to nominate a female leader who deserves recognition in the Triad Market.  Each year the Triad Business Journal honors women who have demonstrated their ability to get involved in the community through community and civic engagement, business management, mentoring, inspirational leadership, volunteerism, entrepreneurship, innovator and/or executive leadership.  Nominations are due by February 24.  Please click on the link below to submit your nomination.

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Join the Triad Business Journal as they celebrate the woman who are awarded this honor.  This award program will spotlight these remarkable women who are able to juggle their businesses, their community involvement and their families.  They do it all and make the Triad a better place to live.  Come hear their stories.

Winners will be honored on Thursday, April 27 at an awards luncheon and also will be featured in the April 28 edition of the Triad Business Journal.

  • Awards Luncheon,Thursday, April 27, 2017
  • Greensboro-High Point Marriott, 1 Marriott Dr, Greensboro, NC 27409
  • 11:30 am registration, Noon awards ceremony
  • Tickets cost $75.00 or $750.00 for a package of 10 tickets
  • Tickets will not be mailed.  Your nametag will serve as your ticket into the event and will be waiting for you upon registration
  • Dress is business attire
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