Join the Engineers’ Club and our partner societies at the annual Multi-Society Dinner Meeting on December 8. This is a good opportunity to kick off the holiday season by networking with engineers and other professionals that you might not normally see at the typical society meeting.
Will Agate, Senior Vice President, Navy Yard Management and Development, Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation (PIDC)
Carmen Zappile, Vice President/Planning and Project Management, PIDC
Since the closure of the Yard as an operating naval base in 1997, PIDC has worked extensively to secure private investment in the facility and its myriad of old buildings devoted to military needs and the shipbuilding/refitting trades. Today, the Yard is home to over 10,000 employees of nearly 50 companies and many of its existing buildings have been repurposed for present-day functions and needs, from shipbuilding to pharmaceuticals to apparel. Messrs. Agate and Zappile will describe what PIDC has done to attract this investment and the challenges that remain, particularly in the upgrading and replacement of critical infrastructure.
Once again, Construction Management Association of America will be coordinating a Toys for Tots collection. Bring an UNWRAPPED toy to brighten a child’s holiday.
December 8, 2014
5:30 Networking / Cash Bar / Hors d’oeuvres
DoubleTree by Hilton Philadelphia
Broad and Locust St, Philadelphia, PA
Discounted parking (currently $12, cash only) will be available for those parking in the hotel parking garage; be sure to request a validation sticker at the registration desk. he on-premise ATM has a high transaction fee.
$70 / $35 - Regular / Student on or before December 2 (revised date)
$80 / $45 - Regular / Student after December 2 (revised date)
MENU OPTIONS (if no selection is made, chicken will be served)
Chicken Marsala with White Wine and Mushrooms
Broiled Herb Crusted Salmon with Buerre Blanc
Butternut Squash Ravioli in Brown Butter Sauce
Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia
215 S. 16th Street, Suite 16
Philadelphia, PA 19102
Make checks payable to Engineers’ Club of Philadelphia
Reservations after December 1 will be on a space-available basis.
Payment will be expected for all reservations regardless of attendance.
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SPONSORS AND PARTNERS
There is still time for engineering-related technical societies to become a society partner and for corporate or society financial sponsorships. There is no cost to be a technical society partner. It's a good way to kick-off the holiday season by networking with other professionals.
$250 – Elf Sponsor. Recognition at the meeting and in meeting materials, and logo in running media presentation
$500 – Reindeer Sponsor. Recognition at the meeting and in meeting materials, and a full slide in running media presentation
$750 – Santa Sponsor. Recognition at the meeting and in meeting materials, a full slide in running media presentation, and a display table in the reception area.
Contact Bob Wright, 215-922-8080 to become a society partner or financial sponsor.