WHEN: Tuesday March 15, 2021
5:00 – Social/Networking
5:30 – Program Start
WHERE: J. Anthony’s Italian Grill
917 Southbridge St
Auburn, MA 01501
COST: Members $0
This month’s program we will be talking with experts at various levels of the supply chain looking from a macroeconomic view at where we have been and what the market looks like. We will then drill down to effects it has at manufacturing, and systems. Finally, we discuss how to overcome the unexpected challenges we have been seeing at a project level.
Macroeconomic overview looking at pandemic, inflation, workforce construction confidence, and other market indicators
How has manufacturing adjusted to supply of raw materials, freight, workforce and how they affect manufacturing and delivery
How an entire roofing system can be affected by just one component and how adjustments need to be considered and made to overcome materials being delayed or not available.
David Fontaine Jr
General Contractor perspective on how they have been able to overcome the unexpected hiccups in lead times, costs, materials, etc.
MH Specs LLC
How does all this affect writing specifications and product selection knowing that substitutions will be coming, and planning for the adjustments that the contractors will need to make to deliver the project on time.
Please RSVP to Terri Bracken at firstname.lastname@example.org
The mission of CSI is to advance building information management and education of project teams to improve facility performance.
CSI offers various categories of membership … Professional for persons active in the construction industry, Emerging Professional for those new to the industry, Retired, Emeritus and Student.
Our broad and unique diversification of the chapter members offers opportunities for education, communication and networking with a focus on local issues.