ARLINGTON, VA -- (Marketwire) -- Aug 20, 2012 --
Swinerton Builders Government, along with "TheBrickCentral," will be assembling a micro-scale replica of one of our nation's great landmarks, the Washington National Monument, at the annual DBIA Federal Sector Conference. Also appearing at the conference is Swinerton Builders' Vice President & General Manager David White, who will be part of the Practitioners Panel to discuss lessons learned while working within the Federal sector.
Swinerton actively partners with organizations within their communities for educational outreach opportunities to increase the interest in careers in architecture, engineering, and construction. As a nationally recognized company since 1888, Swinerton has leveraged their years of experience along with lessons learned and industry best practices to create rigorous tools and procedures that allow them to achieve quality construction on all of their projects.
Lego Build: Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 11:45 AM - 7:00 PM, Booth #205
Federal Sector Lessons Learned: A Practitioners Perspective:
Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 at 8:00 AM
DBIA 2012 Federal Sector Conference
Crystal Gateway Marriott
1700 Jefferson Davis Highway
Arlington, VA 22202
About Swinerton Builders Government: Recognized nationally since 1888, Swinerton Builders Government has a record of outstanding performance built on its reputation of high quality services, fine workmanship, excellent performance, and ethical business. Working in an environment of collaboration, whereby they succeed, Swinerton successfully delivers sustainable, complex design and construction projects as well as professional services to a diversified base of government agencies. To learn more about Swinerton, check out their Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Blog, and LinkedIn.
About DBIA 2012 Federal Sector Conference: Aimed at enhancing professionalism in federal agency project procurement and delivery programs, DBIA's Federal Sector Conference will explore best practices and lessons learned through case studies and discussion, providing perspectives from both agency insiders and successful project team members.