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ACEC Georgia's Future Leaders Program partners with top industry professionals to train up-and-coming engineers on managerial skills that extend well beyond the engineering profession. The program offers training in presentation skills, networking, business development, accounting, effective marketing, risk management, communications and understanding industry-related public policy issues.
ACEC Georgia members are invited to join fellow Water and Environmental professionals for this meeting, chaired by Tyler Hewitt with Atkins. As with all ACEC Georgia Forums, the Water & Environmental Forum offers an opportunity for professionals from different engineering firms to get together to discuss the business issues and common challenges unique to their specific practice area, as well as ideas about how ACEC Georgia might engage to address those concerns.
The Technology Task Force is focused on providing Georgia's engineering industry leaders with the most up to date information and best practices that will equip them to navigate their firms through the exponential changes resulting from rapid technological advances, such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and the automation of engineering processes. Task Force members explore both how these advances will change the way engineering is done as well as the significant impact these changes will have on engineering industry business models.
Tech Day is presented by ACEC Georgia s Technology Task Force, Bentley and GDOT and will cover topics such as: Advancing GDOT in the 3D Design Space, Industry Trends - Design and Construction Software, OpenRoads Survey, Context Capture, Concept Station, Lumen RT, OpenBridge Designer
ACEC Georgia has a formal written partnership agreement with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT) and the Georgia Highway Contractors Association known as the Georgia Partnership for Transportation Quality (GPTQ). The work of this partnership is led by ACEC Georgia through the Transportation Forum...