Where is your professional compass?
You are invited to a special educational event hosted by
Finding Your Professional Compass
This presentation will delve into the evolution of ethical behavior in the construction industry.
Ethical behavior lies at the core of what it means to be a professional, yet many in construction struggle to agree on a definition for ethics. Accepted business practice, company culture, peer pressure, and public opinion often obscure the issue, while morals, codes of conduct, and societal conventions sometimes offer conflicting guidance. This seminar examines the history of ethics in design and construction, and uses case study examples to explore ethical behavior from several viewpoints in the industry. Come join us for a unique learning experience and chance to interface with an industry expert.
Participants will receive 2 hours of AIA Learning Units
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Registration begins at 9:30 AM, Lecture is 10 AM - 12:00 PM
Pipe Trades Training Center • 780 Commercial Street • San Jose
COST | Registration Fee $45/$55
$45 Prior to August 6
$55 August 7-13
Sorry, no refunds for no-shows
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About the Speaker
George Everding, FCSI, CCS, CCCA, SCIP
After a 40-year career as an architect, specifier, and construction administrator, George now lectures at national industry events. He taught undergraduate and graduate level classes on specification practice and building material selection and was a frequent seminar presenter for design and construction professional organizations. George is an active member of the Greater St. Louis Chapter of CSI.