WGI provided planning, landscape architecture, and civil engineering services for Shop Delray’s 34,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
Join WGI’s Business Development Manager, Traci Scheppske at the Construction Association of South Florida’s 2019 What’s Developing in Palm Beach County panel along with an esteemed panel of developers, architects, and Palm Beach Business Development Board members. Traci and the other panel members will discuss the future pathway of construction in the area as well as economic trends. If you want to find out what type of projects are in Palm Beach County’s future, this is a must attend event! The event will include great networking, light breakfast and plenty of information.
Panel to include:
Kelly Smallridge, President and CEO, Business Development Board of Palm Beach County
John E. Tice, AR Vice President, Gallo Herbert Architects
Neil Merin, Chairman, NAI/Merin Hunter Codman
Kyle Jones, Senior Managing Director, Stiles Property Fund
Traci Scheppske, Business Development Manager, WGI
Plus, additional developer & general contractor
Moderator: Nicole Flier, Vice President, Quest Contracting
Traci Scheppske is the Business Development Manager for WGI’s Planning, Landscape Architecture, Civil, and Environmental (PLACE) Division. She joined the WGI Team in 2018 and is utilizing her vast experience by working collaboratively with PLACE to implement business development initiatives and guide strategic planning for new markets, services, ventures, and teaming partners for offices throughout the firm.
The Construction Association of South Florida is a not-for-profit with a stated mission to promote and serve South Florida’s commercial construction industry. CASF prides itself on the business networking, professional education, communications, and outreach programs that it provides to its members.
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