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3D Printing in the Built Environment 

Why, how, and where the technology is being
used and what is on the horizon


Wednesday, November 18, 2015
7:30 to 9:30 am
Continental breakfast provided

Kellogg Conference Center
Northwestern University
340 East Superior Street, Chicago

Hosted by:
Master of Project Management Program
and Executive Management for Design and Construction Program

McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science
Northwestern University
PANELISTS


Adam Weissert
Architect // Goettsch Partners



Michael Dunham
Marketing Manager, Building Solutions // MasterGraphics



Leif Eikevik
Project Architect // SOM

 

Maged Guerguis
Designer // SOM



Clayton Faits
Vice President, Operations // The 3D Printer Experience



Moderated by
Matt Abeles
Co-founder, BuiltWorlds



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The Conversations on Innovation in Design and Construction breakfast series brings together members of the A/E/C community to discuss new trends and best practices in A/E/C Business Management, Construction Management, Real Estate Development, Sustainability, and Transportation Management.

The Master of Project Management (MPM) program prepares individuals from around the world to meet major engineering and construction challenges in today’s global marketplace. Taught by industry leaders, courses provide students with a multidisciplinary approach to project management. Graduates join a dynamic international network that is shaping the built environment of the future.

The online Executive Management for Design and Construction (EMDC) program transcends the tactical skills needed to manage projects and emphasizes the strategic competencies and insights required to lead an organization. This course of study leads to an MS degree in two distinct phases: the first is a series of six required core courses; the second includes six elective courses chosen to complement each individual’s background and career objectives.

For more information on either of these programs, contact Professor Raymond Krizek at (847) 491 4040 or rjkrizek@northwestern.edu
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