2015 Annual Conference Recap

27 04 2015

The CPN Annual Conference was held April 17-19, 2015 at the Williamsburg Lodge in Colonial Williamsburg, VA. This year marked the celebration of the “New Beginnings” for CPN & the Construction Industry. Attendance was good, connections were made, and there was fierce competition for star award nominees. CPN received it’s own Fife and Drum March to a decadent seafood and pasta reception sponsored by CPN’s Past Presidents. Tucker Bartlett, Executive VP, Self Help Ventures Fund presented on historic tax preservation and representatives from the Town of Windsor gave us an update on the town and the effects CPNI’s visit had on the transformations currently in process in Windsor.

Congratulations 2015 Service Award Winners  

2015 CPN Kurt Ryback Memorial Service Award
Mark Davis, Triad Design Group

2015 CPNI Collins Cooper Community Service Award
Janet BrooksClark Nexsen

Each year CPN awards specific members of the organization who have dedicated their time, knowledge, and service to CPN of NC. On Saturday evening, April 18, 2015 during the CPN Annual Conference, Mark Davis was presented with the 2015 Kurt Ryback Memorial Service Award. Mark has served as a CPN & CPNI Board of Director and served as the Golf Committee Chair for the past six years. Janet Brooks was awarded the 2015 CPNI Collins Cooper Service Award. Janet has served as a CPN & CPNI Board of Director, Membership Committee member, Star Award Committee member, and spearheaded the writing of the CPNI grant proposals.

Congratulations 2015 Star Award Winners

Under $20 Million Category
University of North Carolina at Greensboro Railroad Pedestrian Underpass

Over $20 Million Category
University of North Carolina at Charlotte PORTAL Building

Thank you to all the Star Award Nominations – over 10 submissions for 2015! Pictures from the Star Award winning projects can be viewed on the CPN homepage. Be sure to attend our upcoming CPN statewide meetings which will be hosted at Star Award facilities.

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