Following the successful, inaugural Construction Industry Conference (CIC) in 2014, registration is open for the 2016 Minnesota Construction Industry Conference. The conference is Feb. 18, 2016, at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center.
This one-day conference at the Earle Brown Heritage Center in Brooklyn Center will provide educational and networking opportunities about highway and heavy, commercial building, residential construction and state contracts and procurement, plus informative general sessions for the entire construction industry. The event will also provide updates about current regulations and an opportunity for feedback from the industry about building a better Minnesota. Continuing education units are available for select workshops
The cost to attend is only $89 and includes all workshops and general sessions, optional 1-on-1 with the State Sessions, continuing education credits for select workshops, breakfast and lunch. Free parking is available at the venue.
Continuing education units for licensees are available for workshops in the Residential Construction series (a total of four credits are available). Additionally, one continuing education unit is available for the workshop Q&A: Minnesota Commercial Construction Building Codes in the Commercial Construction series.
Subject matter experts will be available by appointment throughout the conference for one-on-one sessions about topics including contracting, prevailing wage, apprenticeship, workers' compensation, safety and more. Attendees have the option of scheduling a one-on-one session by visiting the registration desk during the conference.
Inquiries about the conference can be emailed to email@example.com. Seminar fees are nonrefundable except for any overpayment of fees or if the seminar is canceled (Minnesota Statutes 326B.098).