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Real Estate & Development Symposium

Real Estate and Development Symposium

Real Estate & Development Symposium 2014


On Tuesday, October 14th nearly four hundred real estate professionals from the region joined together at the 2014 Real Estate & Development Symposium held at the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts.

Ardy Lynn Wurtzel, Research Associate, Corporate Affairs Department from The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia started the morning with an update on emerging economic trends and business concerns in the market.

Development Panel – Avoiding the Landmines
Robert C. Grubic, P.E., President/CEO, Herbert, Rowland & Grubic, Inc.
Ronald M. Lucas, Chair, Real Estate Department, Stevens & Lee
H. Glenn “Bub” Manning, P.E., Principal, Quandel Construction Group, Inc.

Manager, Public Relations, David G. Pidgeon at Norfolk Southern Corporation began the second session with information on the rail industry and its impact on the region.

The 2014 Real Estate & Development Symposium closed with a futuristic look at the real estate industry from Christopher E. Lee, President & CEO, CEL & Associates, Inc.

Questions? Contact Emily Winslow at 717-236-4300 or emilyw@cpbj.com.

Past Program Highlights

Real Estate and Development Symposium Highlights 2014

Real Estate and Development Symposium Highlights 2014
Click the image to the left to page through event pictures and highlights from the October 14th Real Estate and Development Symposium.

Construction and Real Estate Fall 2014

Construction and Real Estate Fall 2014
Click on the image to the left to read through the publication featuring the Construction and Real Estate Industry.


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