Construction, infrastructure, environment summit set for Wilmington

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North Carolina Construction News staff writer

The Southeast Regional Federal Construction, Infrastructure and Environment Summit will be held April 16 to 18 in Wilmington, hosted by the North Carolina Military Business Center.

The event will be at the Wilmington Convention Center, 515 Nutt St. Click the link to register.

The summit brings together more than 700 representatives of the Corps of Engineers, Naval Facilities Engineering Systems Command, Fort Liberty, Marine Corps Installations East, Seymour Johnson AFB, other Army, Air Force, Navy and Marine Corps installations, US Coast Guard, Department of Veterans Affairs, General Services Administration, other federal agencies, general and specialty contractors, designers and construction suppliers from across the Southeast of the United States.

It’s billed as the “premier, best-established and most-recognized federal construction event” in the Southeast.

“Program and Requirements Dialogues” will address future projects and acquisition strategies, contractor experiences, teaming and supplier opportunities and other issues related to acquisition and execution of projects at military bases and government throughout the Southeast.

Sessions will also include information on federal opportunities in environmental engineering and remediation, energy and horizontal infrastructure (including roads and intersections, water, wastewater, natural gas and other utilities)

Other Summit sessions will focus on critical and timely topics, including supplier, service contract and public-private opportunities, small business programs and utilization, budget impacts, contracting processes and pre- and post-award legal issues for federal contractors

Summit networking and trade show activities allow businesses to market their services and products to over 700+ general contractors, specialty contractors, engineers, architects and suppliers.

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