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The Roundup for November 2011: ACI, AIA Cincinnati, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable, ULI

Posted in The Roundup with tags , , , , , , , on 11/03/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

THE ROUNDUP – NOVEMBER 2011

ACI, AIA Cincinnati, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable, ULI

Tonight’s “Night of the Stars” from NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky , a CEO Networking Event and Tour of The Banks this afternoon with Allied Construction Industries, and the Third Annual State of the Lending Industry this coming Tuesday courtesy CREW Greater Cincinnati.

That’s one way – or three – to provide a sweet CRE industry kickoff of The Turkey Month and the November 2011 edition of The Roundup.

The Roundup is your one-stop shop for commercial real estate gigs, events, ceremonies and what-not in the Greater Cincinnati market. And what-not.

Represent: ACI, AIA Cincinnati, BOMA, CREW GC, NAIOP Cincinnati Northern Kentucky, SMPS of Greater Cincinnati, UC Real Estate Roundtable and Urban Land Institute.

If you, dear Reader, have a relevant CRE professional association, please forward your meeting information, officials, speakers, contact information …. and what-not …. to andy@andyhemmer.com.

THE ROUNDUP FOR NOVEMBER 2011 COVERS:

– Allied Construction Industries (Allied Construction Industries);

American Institute of Architects, Cincinnati (AIA Cincinnati);

BOMA Greater Cincinnati (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

Greater Cincinnati SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute).

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AIA CINCINNATI

cda fifteen: 11.11.11

Nov. 11, next Friday, is the big bash for the 15th Annual Cincinnati Design Awards ceremony.

The Cincinnati Design Awards recognize local and regional design talent.

The CDAs – a coming-of-age achievement long recognized as an industry standard in the Queen City – were also organized to educate the general public on the benefits of supporting quality design.

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ALLIED CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRIES

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati –  is based in Lockland at 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati, 45215.

Allied Construction Industries: www.ACI-Construction.org

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a CEO Networking Event and Tour of The Banks today from 3-6 p.m., with a communal watering hole at The Holy Grail.

Tours start at 3 p.m. at The Clubhouse of The Currents at The Banks. John Deatrick, Project Executive of The Banks, will deliver updates.

ACI CEO Networking Event at The Banks, Holy Grail 2day

Registrants will be able to view the buildings, hear from the engineers, talk about the construction and tour a model apartment.

Tours will be led in groups of 15 by three from Steven Schaefer Associates: Mike Ciprian, Doug Steimle and Paula Dombrowski.

The Holy Grail is across the Main Street entrance of Great American Ball Park, at 161 Joe Nuxhall Way (love writing that, btw).

The CEOs expected today are:

Mike Battoclette Sr. from Champlin Architecture, Susan Conley of Conley James Design, Steve Kenat from GBBN, Mike Frank from GOP Ltd., Jim Kleingers from Kleingers & Associates, Tim Sharp from KZF Design, Steve Roat from McGill Smith Punshon, Vince Terry of Moody Nolan, Michael Backers from Patriot Engineering and Environmental, Chris Lopez from PSI, John Rademacher of SFA Architects, Jim Miller from Steven Schaefer Associates, George Webb of Terracon, Shayne Manning from THP Ltd. and Mike Battles of Woolpert. A representative for ATC is also expected.

Registration:

https://www.wliinc26.com/alliedconstructionohassoc/cwt/external/wcpages/wcevents/eventregistration.aspx?eventID=9E0624502D0B3Q

ACI Website: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top OfficialPresident Ken FenderBaker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.

ContactTammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – tkerr@aci-construction.org.

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GREATER CINCINNATI BOMA

Greater Cincinnati BOMA Luncheon Nov. 18

[Editor’s note: BOMA Greater Cincinnati is a private organization with a selective membership policy. Before attending a BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.]

BOMA Greater Cincinnati will hold its Election Luncheon on Friday, Nov. 18. at the Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza, Fifth and Race streets in Downtown Cin

Membership: $650-$800.

Registration:  Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.

BOMA Greater Cincinnati Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Jeannie Bechtold, Sawyer Point Building – (513) 577-7162jeannie.bechtold@fuse.net.

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of BOMA Greater Cincinnati is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the humanintellectual and physical assets of thecommercial real estate industry. This is accomplished through advocacyeducationresearch,standards and information.

Founded in 1907BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

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CREW GREATER CINCINNATI

CREW GC at Hilton Netherland this Tues., Nov. 8

CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati):

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its Third Annual State of the Banking Industry luncheon program on this Tuesday, Nov. 8 at Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza in Downtown.

Top banking reps from Fifth Third Bank, First Financial Bank, PNC, Stock Yards Bank & Trust and U.S. Bank are expected, such as:

Kevin Donovan, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, Fractionville.;

Mary Becker, Relationship Manager, Commercial Banking, Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co.;

Karen Dunevant, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate, U.S. Bank;

Shawn Kennedy, Vice President, Commercial Real Estate Finance, First Financial Bank;

Pamela Weber, Senior Vice President, PNC Real Estate Finance.

The banking forum will be moderated by Tom Powers, of the O’Connell-Bender-Powers team at Cassidy Turley.

Registration closes today at https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=22BBB31C

Last year’s Banking Luncheon was a mega-hit:

https://andyhemmer.wordpress.com/2010/11/10/crew-greater-cincinnati-in-todays-enquirer-state-of-the-industry-bank-panel-yesterday/

http://www.CREWCincinnati.org

The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members.

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Websitehttp://www.CREWCincinnati.org

Top OfficialPresident Arli EisemanCorporex – (859) 292-5548 –aeiseman@corporex.com.

Annual Membership: $345.

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NAIOP CINCINNATI NORTHERN KENTUCKY

NAIOP Night of the Stars at The Phoenix 2nite

NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – is headed to The Phoenix tonight for its biggest event of the year, “The NAIOP Night of the Stars,” a four-hour industryfest running from 5:30-9:30 p.m.

The Phoenix is at Ninth and Race streets in Downtown Cincinnati.

Contact: Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

NAIOP Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Vanessa Wong, PNC Bank, (513) 651-8871 –vanessa.wong@pnc.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

NAIOP is the leading organization for developersowners and related professionals in office,industrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

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GREATER CINCINNATI SMPS

  • SMPS at The Playhouse - Thurs., 11.17.11

Greater Cincinnati SMPS is holding “New Game Plan: Current and Future Trends in Urban Growth”  at The Cincinnati Playhouse in The Park in Mount Adams on Thursday, Nov. 17.

SMPS Guests will enjoy hearing from a panel of planning professionals, developers and real estate executives on their vision for urban development in the Greater Cincinnati region.

Emphasis will be on urban retail revitalization, as well as urban living. Conversations will delve into Urbanization, sustainability, walkable communities, mixed-use developments and all the latest and greatest on best practices and policies in place.

Here’s The Peops:

Jeanne Schroer: Executive Director of the Catalytic Development Funding Corp. of Northern Kentucky;

Charles Graves III: Director of City Planning, City of Cincinnati;

Travis Miller: Regional Planning Manager, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana Regional Council of Governments (OKI);

Arn Bortz: Managing Partner, Towne Properties;

Kathleen Norris: Vice President and Director, Urban Focus.

The cost is $25 for SMPS Members and first-time Member guests$45 for non-Members$60 for walk-ins and $20 for Student/Civic/Unemployed attendees.

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

http://www.GreaterCincinnatiSMPS.org

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services is the premier resource for educationinformation andsupport in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000-plus national members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals engaged in architectureengineeringplanninginterior designconstruction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

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UC REAL ESTATE ROUNDTABLE

UC Real Estate Roundtable @ Kenwood CC Nov. 11.

The UC Real Estate Roundtable Program this month presents its Monthly Breakfast Program on Friday, Nov. 11 at the Kenwood Country Club.

The theme: “Residential Markets: Challenges and Opportunities.”

The event will run from 7:30-9 a.m.

http://www.business.UC.edu/realestate

Membership in the UC Real Estate Roundtable costs $350 and includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs, but does not include the annual dinner.

Websitehttp://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

ContactAssistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $350

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ULI CINCINNATI

ULI Cincy: http://cincinnati.uli.org


ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute):

ULI Cincinnati  does not have any scheduled events for November.

ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250

THE ROUNDUP FOR DECEMBER ….. IN THE WORKS !!!! …..HAPPY THANKSGIVING !!!!

dueling CREW/SMPS gigs kickoff The Roundup for April: also starring ACI, BOMA, NAIOP, UC Real Estate Roundtable and ULI Cincinnati

Posted in The Roundup on 04/12/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

The Roundup - April 2011

Dueling luncheons from CREW Greater Cincinnati and Greater Cincinnati SMPS battle for your CRE networking time and dollars today. And the April 2011 roll-out of The Roundup rolls on …..

The Roundup is your One-Stop Web Shop (OSWS) for meetings, luncheons, Happy Hours and what-not for the Commercial Real Estate (CRE) industry in Greater Cincinnati. And what-not.

It’s all about the what-not.

CREW offers a Convention Center Special with reps from the Duke Energy Center (Dan Lincoln), Northern Kentucky Convention Center (Gretchen Landrum) and the Sharonville Convention Center (Will Greiner); at SMPS, it’s Storyboard Time with Frank Lippert from David Evans and Associates.

These seven organizations – ACI, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable and ULI are just the start here at The Roundup; if you have a relevant professional association, please forward your meeting information, officials, speakers, contact information …. and what-not …. to andy@andyhemmer.com.

The Roundup for April 2011 covers:

– ACI (Allied Construction Industries);

– BOMA Greater Cincinnati (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

– CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

– NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

– Greater Cincinnati SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

– ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute).

Allied Construction Industries: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

ACI (Allied Construction Industries):

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a series of workshops throughout the month at its Lockland headquarters, 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati 45215.

ACI Workshops for  April:

April 13: OSHA 10-Hour

April 13: Skid Steer

April 14: Rough Terrain Forklift

April 14: OSHA 10-Hour

April 14: Preparing a Business Plan and Budgets

April 19: Safety Council Meeting

April 21: How to Pass a DOT Audit

April 28: ATSSA Flagger Class

April 28: Insurance Risk Fundamentals

April 29: An Update on OSHA

April 29: Signaling and/or Rigging for Crane Operations

Website: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top OfficialPresident Ken FenderBaker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.

ContactTammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – tkerr@aci-construction.org.

BOMA Keeneland Outing - April 15, 10 a.m.

BOMA Greater Cincinnati (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association):

[Editor’s note: BOMA Greater Cincinnati is a private organization with a selective membership policy. Before attending a BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.]

BOMA will be holding its Keeneland Outing on Friday, April 15, at 10 a.m.

http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Membership: $650-$800.

Registration:  Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.

Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Jeannie Bechtold, Sawyer Point Building – (513) 577-7162jeannie.bechtold@fuse.net.

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of BOMA Greater Cincinnati is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the humanintellectual and physical assets of thecommercial real estate industry. This is accomplished through advocacyeducationresearch,standards and information.

Founded in 1907BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

CREW GC April luncheon: Maketewah Country Club on Tuesday, 4.12.11.

CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati):

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its monthly luncheon program with the theme of “How Convention Centers Impact Development in the Greater Cincinnati Region,” on April 12 at Maketewah Country Club in Bond Hill.

Convention centers and commercial real estate are inter-connected. Amenities, activities, and entertainment options are what attract a convention to the Cincinnati region.

These same businesses will then benefit when visitors attend conventions.  Come hear from  reps from three of the biggies – the Duke Energy Center, home of the Cincinnati USA Convention & Visitors Bureau, the Northern Kentucky Convention Center, and the Sharonville Convention Center – to discuss the convention center/CRE link.

http://www.CREWCincinnati.org

The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members and $20 for Students andUnemployed Members.

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Websitehttp://www.CREWCincinnati.org

Top OfficialPresident Arli EisemanCorporex – (859) 292-5548 –aeiseman@corporex.com.

ContactAndy Hemmer – (513) 604-5428 – andy@andyhemmer.com.

Membership: $345.

NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – is headed to Keeneland on ThursdayApril 14.

Contact: Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP at Keeneland - Thursday, 4.14.11.

Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Vanessa Wong, PNC Bank, (513) 651-8871 –vanessa.wong@pnc.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

NAIOP is the leading organization for developersowners and related professionals in office,industrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

SMPS April luncheon at Original Montgomery Inn - 4.12.11.

Greater Cincinnati SMPS will be holding its monthly luncheon on Tuesday, April 12, at the Original Montgomery Inn in Montgomery.

The theme: Big cards, big letters, used well together: Storyboarding.

Messages can get lost in presentations.

Storyboarding, as presented by Frank Lippert with David Evans and Associates, provides a real-world example of applying storyboarding techniques to the proposal process.

Mr. Lippert, FSMPS, CPSM, is the Corporate Business Development and Marketing Director for David Evans and Associates Inc. He’s been with the company for more than 10 years, specializing in public sector and federal client marketing and development.

Mr. Lippert brings almost 20 years of proposal development experience. He’s also the SMPS National President-Elect. The event begins with registration at 11:15 a.m., then lunch at 11:30 a.m., with the program starting at 12 noon and networking at 1 p.m.

The cost is $25 for SMPS Members and first-time Member guests$45 for non-Members$60 for walk-ins and $20 for Student/Civic/Unemployed attendees.

The Original Montgomery Inn is located at 9440 Montgomery Road, 45242, in the heart of Olde Montgomery.

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services is the premier resource for educationinformation andsupport in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000-plus national Members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionalsengaged in architectureengineeringplanninginterior designconstruction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

A Bearcat. Photo credit: John P. Wise Photography, Cincinnati.

UC Real Estate Roundtable:

The UC Real Estate Roundtable Program this month presents the Annual Awards Luncheon for the Economics Center on April 13 at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Cincinnati from Noon to 1:30 p.m.

The program recognizes community leaders for accomplishments throughout the year, specifically highlighting successes in economic and financial education.

For additional information, please contact Ms. Jaclyn Smith at (513) 556-2986 or jaclyn.smith@uc.edu. Or, visit: http://www.economicscenter.org/annualawards.

The Economics Center at UC can be found at: http://www.economicscenter.org

http://www.business.UC.edu/realestate

Membership in the UC Real Estate Roundtable costs $350 and includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs, but does not include the annual dinner.

If members cannot attend a program, they may substitute another individual from their firm. Additional guests may attend meetings for $55, or $75-$100 for Continuing Ed programs.

Websitehttp://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

ContactAssistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $350

The Pub at Rookwood Mews - ULI Happy Hour on 4.14.11.

ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute):

ULI Cincinnati has scheduled a Young Leaders Group (YLG) Spring Networking Event for Thursday, April 14.

Spring time …. time to reconnect with your fellow CRE peops to think, explore, learn and catch up with with ULI Cincinnati. Especially if the appetizers are free – thx, Cassidy Turley!

Join the YLG, industry leaders, and friends on April 14th from 5:30-7:30 PM for a Happy Hour and network in a relaxed and fun atmosphere at The Pub at Rookwood Mews conveniently located off I-71 and central to everything.

Appetizers will be provided by aforementioned YLG Event Sponsor Cassidy Turley (how’s the gig, Doug?).

Other Happy Hour discounts include discounts on beer and half-price appetizers.


ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250-$410.

The Roundup: Rippin’ up March 2011 with ACI, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable and ULI

Posted in The Roundup on 02/28/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

The Roundup - March 2011

Welcome to the March 2011 Edition of The Roundup!

Here’s your one-stop shop for meetings regarding the Commercial Real Estate industryin Greater Cincinnati.

These seven organizations represent only the start; if you have a relevant professional association, please forward your meeting information, top officials, speakers, contact information …. and what-not …. to andy@andyhemmer.com.

The Roundup for March 2011 covers upcoming meetings and events for:

– ACI (Allied Construction Industries);

– BOMA Greater Cincinnati (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

– CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

– NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

– Greater Cincinnati SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

– ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute).

Allied Construction Industries: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

ACI (Allied Construction Industries):

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a series of workshops throughout the month at its Lockland headquarters, 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati 45215.

Workshops for the month of March are scheduled as follows:

March 4: Drug-Free Safety Program – Train the Trainer Workshop

March 4: OSHA 30-Hour Construction March

March 9: OSHA 10-Hour March

March 10: First Aid/CPR/BBP/AED

March 11: LEED: Building Design & Construction Exam Prep Course

March 11: OSHA Challenge Focus Meeting

March 15: Safety Council Meeting

March 16: ACI 2011 Annual Meeting

March 16: Creating a Safety Orientation Program

March 16: Arc Flash/Blast Injury Prevention for Maintenance Operations

March 28: Blueprint Reading – Spring

March 30: Compact Excavator

ACI 2011 Annual Meeting - 3.16.11, 5:30-9:30 p.m.

The group is also holding its 2011 Annual Meeting on Wednesday, March 16, at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center. Cost is $75, $150 for non-members; $700 for a table of 10 members, and $1,500 for a table of non-members.

The guest speaker is David Lapham, former Cincinnati Bengal and current part of the Bengals broadcasting team (PICK IT !!!!).

The ACI 2011 Annual Meeting is scheduled for 5:30-9:30 p.m. on the 16h at the facility, 1 West RiverCenter Boulevard in Covington.

Here’s the online registration link:

https://www.wliinc11.com/alliedconstructionohassoc/cwt/external/wcpages/wcevents/eventregistration.aspx?eventID=940I22459F3M71

Website: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top OfficialPresident Ken FenderBaker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.

ContactTammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – tkerr@aci-construction.org.

BOMA March Madness Luncheon - March 16, 11:30 a.m.

BOMA Greater Cincinnati (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association):

[Editor’s note: BOMA Greater Cincinnati is a private organization with a selective membership policy. Before attending a BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.]

BOMA will be holding its March Networking Luncheon on Friday, March 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel in Downtown Cincinnati.

The luncheon will be held in the Netherland Plaza’s Continental Room.

The theme: “March Madness Luncheon.”

Cost of event: free with annual BOMA membership, $40 for guests.

Membership: $650-$800.

Registration:  Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.

Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Jeannie Bechtold, Sawyer Point Building – (513) 577-7162jeannie.bechtold@fuse.net.

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of BOMA Greater Cincinnati is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry. This is accomplished through advocacy, education, research, standards and information.

Founded in 1907BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

CREW GC March luncheon: Maketewah Country Club on Tuesday, 3.8.11.

CREW Greater Cincinnati (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati):

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its March luncheon on Tuesday, March 8, at Maketewah Country Club in Bond Hill.

Online registration, open until March 3, is available here:

https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=2FDFC3CD

The topic: The Vernon Manor Hotel (below).

CREW March luncheon topic: The Vernon Manor Hotel

In March 2009, the historic Vernon Manor Hotel in Avondale closed its doors.

A little more than a year later, developer Al. Neyer, Inc. and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center announced an ambitious plan to convert the 177-room hotel into 170,000 square feet of office space for 600 CCHMC employees.

CREW luncheon sponsor: Keating, Muething & Klekamp

Join CREW Greater Cincinnati to learn more about:

– the project itself;

– the financing structure; and

– the challenges of redeveloping an historic building.

March sponsor of CREW: Al. Neyer Inc.

The event is sponsored by Al Neyer Inc. and Keating, Muething & Klekamp.

Panelists include:

– Maura Moran, Associate Vice President of Real Estate, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center;

– Dan Ruh, Senior Vice President of Real Estate Development, Al. Neyer Inc.

The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members and $20 for Students andUnemployed Members.

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Websitehttp://www.CREWCincinnati.org

Top OfficialPresident Arli EisemanCorporex – (859) 292-5548 –aeiseman@corporex.com.

ContactAndy Hemmer – (513) 604-5428 – andy@andyhemmer.com.

Membership: $345.

NAIOP Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – has not yet scheduled any meetings or events for March.

Contact: Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Vanessa Wong, PNC Bank, (513) 651-8871 –vanessa.wong@pnc.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

NAIOP is the leading organization for developers, owners and related professionals in office, industrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

SMPS/Sanford Lunch 'n Learn at Turner this Thursday

Greater Cincinnati SMPS  (Society for Marketing Professional Services):

Greater Cincinnati SMPS will be holding two events this month:

Russ Sanford

– a Lunch-N-Learn this Thursday, March 3, featuring Russ Sanford of SR Strategy & Coaching at the Turner Construction offices in Downtown Cincinnati;

– a regular monthly luncheon on Thursday, March 17, featuring Roto-Rooter CEO Rick Arquilla at the original Montgomery Inn restaurant in Montgomery.

The topic for this Thursday with Mr. Sanford:  “Developing a Sustainable Culture of Business Development.”

Mr. Sanford will be speaking from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Turner, 250 West Court Street, Suite 300W.

The cost is $10 for SMPS members, and $15 for non-members.

SMPS Monthly Luncheon for March: 3.17 at original Montgomery Inn.

The Topic for the March 17 SMPS luncheon with Mr. Arquilla:  “Lessons in Leadership.” He recently appeared on the hit CBS television program, “Undercover Boss.”

The event begins with registration at 11:15 a.m., then lunch at 11:30 a.m., with the program starting at 12 noon and networking at 1 p.m.

The cost is $25 for SMPS Members and first-time Member guests; $45 for non-Members; $60 for walk-ins and $20 for Student/Civic/Unemployed attendees.

The Original Montgomery Inn is located at 9440 Montgomery Road, 45242, in the heart of Olde Montgomery.

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services is the premier resource for education, information and support in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000-plus national Members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals engaged in architecture, engineering, planning, interior design, construction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards - March 1 at The Westin

UC Real Estate Roundtable:

There are two events sponsored by the UC Real Estate Program this month:

tomorrow night, March 1, is the 27th Annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards, to be held 6-8:30 p.m. at The Westin in Downtown Cincinnati;

– on March 2, the Entrepreneurship Club will be meeting from 6-8 p.m. in the SAP Conference Room.

For more information about the Entrepreneurship Club, please contact Sherry Hetzer at sherry.hetzer@uc.edu or (513) 556-7133.

The Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards (CBAA) recognize UC alumni for their commitment to achievement and service. UC’s College of Business Alumni Board of Governors presents the CBAA event, Cincinnati’s longest-standing event recognizing achievement in business and service to the community.

Each year, the College of Business Board of Governors selects outstanding alumni who are making an impact in the Cincinnati community and the global business world. Awards presented include:

Outstanding Business Achievement;

Distinguished Service;

Business Partnership; and

– the Carl H. Lindner Scholarship.

The Carl H. Lindner Award for Outstanding Business Achievement is given each year to a UC College of Business graduate who best demonstrates outstanding achievement in the field of business as represented by the recipient’s entrepreneurial spirit, commitment to business and community, and achievement of the highest level of success within one’s profession.

This year, the award is being presented to a nationally renowned economic and interest rate forecaster: Stuart G. Hoffman.

Hoffman, a Pittsburgh native, graduated from UC with a Masters of Art in Economics in 1973, and a PhD in Economics in 1975. He now serves as Senior Vice  President and Chief Economist of PNC Financial Services Group Inc.

The CBAA Distinguished Service Award is given on the basis of an individual’s commitment to the College of Business, the University of Cincinnati as a whole, and/or the Cincinnati community. This year the recipients are Bill Keating, Jr. of Cincinnati, partner at Keating Muething & Klekamp PLL, and Ellen van der Horst of Blue Ash, president of Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber.

The Business Partnership Award, formerly known as the Cooperative Education Partnership Award, is given to a company that has provided substantial support to the UC College of Business. Cintas Corporation, the 2011 recipient company, is recognized for its significant, innovative and ongoing investment in sustaining exceptional college programs and providing growth opportunities for business students and graduates.

Finally, the Carl H. Lindner Scholarship will be presented to a UC marketing student who embraces the ideals of the CBAA. This year, Alex Spidare of Hudson, Ohio, will receive the Carl H. Lindner Scholarship in recognition of his outstanding academic achievement and commitment to community involvement.

For more information, contact Nadyne Hayden at nadyne.hayden@uc.edu or (513) 556-7023.

The 26th Annual Cincinnati Business Achievement Awards program is sold-out.

Membership in the UC Real Estate Roundtable costs $350 and includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs, but does not include the annual dinner.

If members cannot attend a program, they may substitute another individual from their firm. Additional guests may attend meetings for $55, or $75-$100 for Continuing Ed programs.

Websitehttp://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

ContactAssistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $350

ULI Cincinnati District Council (Urban Land Institute):

ULI Cincinnati has not yet scheduled any meetings for March 2011.

ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250-$410.

The Roundup for February: ACI, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Rountable and ULI

Posted in The Roundup on 02/01/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

The Roundup - February 2011

Greetings lads and lassies …. and welcome to the February 2011 edition of The Roundup!

Here’s your one-stop shop for meetings regarding the Commercial Real Estate industry in Greater Cincinnati.

These seven organizations represented are only the start; if you have a relevant professional association, please forward your meeting information, top officialsspeakerscontact information and what-not to andy@andyhemmer.com.

The Roundup for February 2011 covers upcoming meetings and events …. and what-not … for:

– ACI (Allied Construction Industries);

– BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

– CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

– NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

– SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

– ULI (Urban Land Institute).

Allied Construction Industries: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

ACI (Allied Construction Industries):

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a series of workshops throughout the month at its Lockland headquarters, 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati 45215.

The group is also holding the 12th Annual ACI/OSHA Safety Day on Feb. 15 at the Sharonville Convention Center, an event covering Crane Safety, Classifying Soil, Road Rage, Information System Protection, Risk Management/Hazard Assessment, Employee Training & Documentation, PPE Basics and Inspections; PUCO Motor Carrier Safety Rules for Vehicles; Hearing Conservation, Silica … Engineering Controls, and an overview of OSHA Onsite Consultation.

ACI/OSHA Safety Day - Feb. 12 at Sharonville Conv. Ctr.

Here’s the ACI webpage describing the ACI/OSHA Safety Day event on Feb. 12:

http://alliedconstructionohassoc.weblinkconnect.com/cwt/External/WCPages/WCEvents/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=8913793

The online registration link for the 12th Annual ACI/OSHA Safety Day is here:

https://www.wliinc11.com/alliedconstructionohassoc/cwt/external/wcpages/wcevents/eventregistration.aspx?eventID=9R0J2H4D8Q0N44

The ACI workshops, held at the Lockland HQ, are:

Feb. 2: Industrial Forklift

Feb. 3: Aerial Work Platform

Feb. 7: Applied Construction Math

Feb. 8: LEED: Building Design and Construction Exam Prep Course

Feb. 9: Skid Steer

Feb. 9. 10: OSHA 10-Hour

Feb. 9: Signaling and/or Rigging for Crane Ops

Feb. 10: Rough Terrain Forklift

Feb. 10: First Aid/CPR/BBP/AED

Feb. 15: Safety Day

Feb. 16: Drug Free Safety Program 2 Hr. Supervisor

Feb. 16: Aerial Work Platform

Feb. 17: Drug Free Safety Program 1 Hr. Supervisor

Feb. 18: Raise Capital Without Borrowing

Feb 22: Safety Council Meeting

Feb. 23: Rough Terrain Forklift

Feb. 24: Hot Topics in Construction Law

Websitehttp://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top OfficialPresident Ken FenderBaker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.

ContactTammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – tkerr@aci-construction.org.


BOMA Economic Forecast Luncheon - Feb. 18 Netherland Hilton

BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association):

[Editor’s Note: BOMA is a private organization with a selective membership policy.  Before attending BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.]

BOMA will be holding its February Networking Luncheon on Friday, Feb. 18, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel in Downtown Cincinnati.

The luncheon will be held in the Netherland Plaza’s Continental Room.

Cost of event: free with annual BOMA membership, $40 for guests.

Membership: $650-$800.

Registration:  Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.

Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Jeannie Bechtold, Sawyer Point Building – (513) 577-7162 – jeannie.bechtold@fuse.net.

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of Greater Cincinnati BOMA is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the humanintellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry. This is accomplished through advocacy, education, research, standards and information.

Founded in 1907BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

CREW Cincinnati Feb. 8 luncheon at Crowne Plaza North, Sharonville

CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati):

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its College and University Real Estate Panel – rescheduled from the January luncheon, which was postponed due to weather – this Tuesday, Feb. 8, at Crowne Plaza – Cincinnati North in Sharonville.

The event is sponsored by Champlin Architecture, Chicago Title and Woolpert Inc.

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be welcoming higher-education representatives from DaytonCincinnati, and Northern Kentucky colleges and universities to discuss the challenges and opportunities of these dynamic markets.

Panelists include:

Vicky Davidson, Associate Vice President of Facilities, Planning and Development at Wright State University;

Leslie Groesbeck, Director of Facilities Planning and Construction Management at the University of Dayton;

Larry Blake, Assistant Vice President in the Facilities Management Office at Northern Kentucky University;

Robert (Woody) Woodruff, Director of Facilities at Sinclair Community College.

Attendees will learn about each school’s approach to facilities, and its future plans for maintaining, upgrading, and expanding campus facilities. The Crowne Plaza North is at 11320 Chester Road in Sharonville.

The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members and $20 for Students and Unemployed Members.

Online registration is open until February 3 at:

https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=8AA38392

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Website: http://www.CREWCincinnati.org

Top OfficialPresident Arli Eiseman, Corporex – (859) 292-5548 – aeiseman@corporex.com.

ContactAndy Hemmer – (513) 604-5428andy@andyhemmer.com.

Membership: $345.

NAIOP Distressed Properties Seminar - Feb. 17 at Graydon Head

NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – will be holding “Distressed Properties II,” a Continuing Education Event, on Thursday, Feb. 17.

The event will be held at the Graydon Head & Ritchey offices in the Fifth Third Center, 19th floor, in Downtown Cincinnati.

Online registration: N/A – Contact Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Vanessa Wong, PNC Bank, (513) 651-8871 – vanessa.wong@pnc.com.

ContactDeidre Forrester – Chapter Executive Director – (513) 235-4883 – naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

NAIOP is the leading organization for developersowners and related professionals in officeindustrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

The Original Montgomery Inn - SMPS luncheon on Feb. 17.

SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services):

SMPS will be holding its Februrary luncheon program on Thursday, Feb. 17, at the original Montgomery Inn restaurant in Montgomery.

The Topic:  “Local Public Officials Project Presentations.”

According to the SMPS website, “Local public officials will be invited to present projects in planning, design and construction for the year 2011 and 2012.”

The Original Montgomery Inn is located at 9440 Montgomery Road, 45242, in the heart of Olde Montgomery.

The event begins with registration at 11:15 a.m., then lunch at 11:30 a.m., with the program starting at 12 noon and networking at 1 p.m.

The cost is $25 for SMPS Members and first-time Member guests, $45 for non-Members, $60 for Walk-ins and $20 for the Student/Civic/Unemployed crowd.

SMPS Happy Hour in Mt. Adams - Feb. 23.

One week after the February luncheon, SMPS Cincinnati will hold a Winter Wine & Beer Tasting happy hour on Wednesday, Feb. 23, at Tavern on The Hill in Mount Adams, 1111 St. Gregory Street.

The Winter Wine & Beer Tasting event at Tavern on the Hill will be held from 5-7 p.m.

The Feb. 23 event will include a free sampling of wine, beer and appetizers, courtesy of Tavern on The Hill and SMPS sponsors.

Additional happy hour specials will be offered. Gift certificates and bottles of vino will be raffled.

Interested?

RSVP by February 16 to Nick Steinert at Thorson Baker & Associates at: nsteinert@thorsonbaker.com

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the premiere resource for educationinformation and support in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000-plus national Members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals engaged in architecture, engineering, planning, interior design, construction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

UC Real Estate Roundtable/PNC Outlook Feb. 25, The Westin.

UC Real Estate Roundtable:

The February breakfast program for the UC Real Estate Roundtable will relocate on Feb. 25 from its regular venue at the Kenwood Country Club to The Westin in Downtown Cincinnati for the UC/PNC Outlook, featuring Stu Hoffman, Chief Economist with PNC Bank.

The event will be held in The Westin Hotel Grand room, and will run from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Membership in the UC Real Estate Roundtable costs $350 and includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs, but does not include the annual dinner.

If Members cannot attend a program, they may substitute another individual from their firm. Additional guests may attend meetings for $55, or $75-$100 for Continuing Education programs.

Websitehttp://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

ContactAssistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $350

ULI (Urban Land Institute):

ULI Cincinnati has not yet scheduled any meetings for February 2011.

ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250-$410.

The Roundup for January 2011: ACI, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable and ULI Cincy

Posted in The Roundup on 01/03/2011 by @CincinnatiPR

The Roundup - January 2011

Happy New Year! And welcome to the January 2011 edition of The Roundup!

Here’s your one-stop shop for meetings regarding the commercial real estate industry in Greater Cincinnati.

These seven organizations represented are only the start; if you have a relevant professional association, please forward your meeting information, top officialsspeakerscontact information and whatnot to andy@andyhemmer.com.

The Roundup for January 2011 covers upcoming meetings and events for:

– ACI (Allied Construction Industries);

– BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

– CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

– NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

– SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

– ULI (Urban Land Institute).

Allied Construction Industries, Loveland

ACI (Allied Construction Industries):

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting a series of workshops throughout the month at its Lockland headquarters, 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati 45215.

Jan. 5: Industrial Forklift

Jan. 6: Aerial Work Platform

Jan. 7: Succession Planning for the Construction Owner

Jan. 11: Review of the New Crane Standard

Jan 12: Signaling and/or Rigging for Crane Operations

Jan. 12: OSHA 10-Hour

Jan. 12: Skid Steer

Jan. 13: Rough Terrain Forklift

Jan. 13: First Aid/CPR/BBP/AED

Jan. 18: LEED: Green Associate Exam Prep Class

Jan. 18: Safety Council Meeting

Jan. 19: Aerial Work Platform

Jan. 20: Industrial Forklift

Jan. 26: Rough Terrain Forklift

Jan. 27: Skid Steer

Jan. 28: OSHA Update on the Crane Standard

Websitehttp://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top OfficialPresident Ken FenderBaker Concrete Construction Co. – (513) 539-4000.

ContactTammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020 – tkerr@aci-construction.org.

The mission of ACI is to advance member contractors of the construction industry in the Greater Cincinnati region through advocacyservice and networking.

ACI was formed in 1929 when 450 reps of the Greater Cincinnati construction industry dissolved their trade group, Associated Building Industries, and formed ACI. Members are subcontractorsarchitectsengineersdevelopers,material suppliers and service providers to the construction industry.

ACI is a non-profit trade association comprised of about 700 member companies who employ more than 30,000 throughout the Tri-State.

Members may be either union or open-shop companies engaged in commercialindustrial and public constructionACI serves as an umbrella organization for 12 partnership associations, including the Cincinnati Division of the Associated General Contractors (ACG) of Ohio.

Cincinnati Hilton Netherland Plaza - 1.21.11 BOMA luncheon

BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association):

Editor’s Note: BOMA is a private organization with a selective membership policy. Before attending a BOMA event, or seeking to attend, please contact Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com or (513) 621-8382.

BOMA will be holding its January Networking Luncheon on Friday, Jan. 21, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza Hotel in Downtown Cincinnati.

The luncheon will be held in the Netherland Plaza’s Continental Room. Reservations must be made by Monday, Jan. 17.

Cost of event: free with annual BOMA membership, $40 for guests.

Online registration: N/A – contact Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com by Jan. 17.

Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Daniel M. Krueger, CPM, RPA, DCT Industrial – (513) 577-7162 –dkrueger@dctindustrial.com

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser – (513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of Greater Cincinnati BOMA is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the humanintellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacyeducationresearchstandards and information.

Founded in 1907BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

Crowne Plaza - Cincinnati North in Sharonville, CREW GC luncheon on 1.11.11.

CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati):

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be holding its College and University Real Estate Panel at the January luncheon event on Tuesday, Jan. 11, at Crowne Plaza – Cincinnati North in Sharonville.

CREW Greater Cincinnati will be welcoming higher-education representatives from Dayton, Cincinnati, and Northern Kentucky colleges and universities to discuss the challenges and opportunities of these dynamic markets.

Panelists include:

Vicky Davidson, Associate Vice President of Facilities, Planning and Development at Wright State University;

Leslie Groesbeck, Director of Facilities Planning and Construction Management at the University of Dayton;

Larry Blake, Assistant Vice President in the Facilities Management Office at Northern Kentucky University;

Robert (Woody) Woodruff, Director of Facilities at Sinclair Community College.

Attendees will learn about each school’s approach to facilities, and its future plans for maintaining, upgrading, and expanding campus facilities.

The cost is $30 for CREW GC members, $50 for non-members and $20 for Students and Unemployed Members.

Online registration is open until January 6 at:

https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=1420A740

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m.

While we’re on the subject of CREW, here’s a CREW video thanking the group’s sponsors for their involvement in 2010:

CREW GC welcomed a new President for 2011, Arli Eiseman of Corporex, profiled here in The Cincinnati Enquirer on Jan. 2 … online link first, then the actual question-and-answer article:

http://news.cincinnati.com/article/AB/20101231/BIZ01/101020318/Women-s-real-estate-pros-look-to-2011

CREW Prez Eiseman in The Cincinnati Enquirer, Sunday edition - 1.2.11

Sponsors for the Jan. 11 CREW GC luncheon are Champlin Architecture and Woolpert Inc.

For more information about CREW GC, please visit the website at www.CREWCincinnati.org.

For media inquiries regarding CREW GC, please contact Mr. Andy Hemmer, President of AndyHemmer.com PR/Writing Services at (513) 604-5428 or andy@andyhemmer.com.


NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP – The Commercial Real Estate Development Association – has not yet scheduled any events for January.

For February, NAIOP Greater Cincinnati will be holding “Distressed Properties II,” a Continuing Education Event, on Thursday, Feb. 17.

The event will be held at the Graydon Head & Ritchey offices, 511 Walnut Street, 19th floor, in Downtown Cincinnati.

Online registration: N/A – Contact Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Kevin Smith, First Highland Management and Development Corp., (513) 829-8900 –ksmith@firsthighland.com.

Kevin Smith, local chief of NAIOP Greater Cincinnati

ContactDeidre Forrester – Chapter Executive Director – (513) 235-4883 – naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP recently held its annual Night of the Stars awards gala presentation and dinner. Details and winners can be found at:

https://andyhemmer.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/cincinnati-northern-kentucky-naiop-honor-best-and-brightest-with-night-of-the-stars

NAIOP is the leading organization for developersowners and related professionals in officeindustrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

The Montgomery Inn, Montgomery - SMPS luncheon on 1.20.11

SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services):

SMPS will be holding its January luncheon program on Thursday, Jan. 20, at the original Montgomery Inn restaurant in Montgomery.

The Topic:  “Understanding the Challenges of the K-12 Construction Process.”

The Speakers:

Steve Berezansky, Chief of Projects for the Ohio School Facilities Commission (OSFC);

Randy Fischer, Owner’s Representative at Keppler Consulting and a former OSFC Director;

Local school representatives, to be announced.

Registration for the SMPS January luncheon on Jan. 20th starts at 11:15 a.m., followed by lunch at 11:30 a.m., the program kick-off at 12:00 noon and networking at 1 p.m.

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the premiere resource for educationinformation and support in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000+ national members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals in architectural,engineeringplanninginterior designconstruction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

UC Real Estate Roundtable breakfast at Kenwood CC - 1.14.11

UC Real Estate Roundtable

The January breakfast soiree for the UC Real Estate Roundtable will be held on Friday, Jan. 14, from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Kenwood Country Club.

The Topic is CCIM Presents: Frank Simpson, President-Elect of CCIM” (Certified Commercial Investment Members).

Online registration: Members RSVP to realestate@uc.edu.

For $55, on-members may register online at:

http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=921232

Websitehttp://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

ContactAssistant Director Kate Bridgman – (513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $245 includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs plus all marquee events.

The Department of Finance in UC’s College of Business established a four-year real estate program in 1981 under the guidance of the program’s founder and former director, Dr. Norman G. Miller. Since 1983, the UC Real Estate Roundtable has provided a forum to establish and maintain linkages between the University and the business and real estate communities.

The monthly Roundtable Series features guest speakers who provide their perspectives on issues of broad interest tobusiness and the real estate industry. Roundtable members are made up of more than 200 professionals from virtually every sector of the real estate industry.

The UC Real Estate Center and Program at the University of Cincinnati is constantly evolving to keep pace with a changing world. A Real Estate Major, or Minor, at UC is flexible and broad-based, while emphasizing an entrepreneurial spirit.

The program combines a core curriculum coving the functional areas of business (accountingeconomicsfinanceinformation systemsmarketing and operations management) with specialized coursework in real estate.

ULI (Urban Land Institute):

ULI Cincinnati has not yet scheduled any meetings for January 2011.

ULI Cincinnati is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250-$410.




The Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup: ACI, BOMA, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC, ULI

Posted in The Roundup on 11/27/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

The Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup

Welcome to The Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup!

Here’s your one-stop shop for meetings regarding the commercial real estate industry in Greater Cincinnati.

These seven organizations represented are only the start; if you have a relevant professional association, please forward your meeting information, top officials, speakerscontact information and whatnot to andy@andyhemmer.com.

The first edition of The Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup in December 2010 covers upcoming meetings for:

– ACI (Allied Construction Industries);

– BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association);

– CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati);

– NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties);

– SMPS (Society of Marketing Professional Services);

– UC Real Estate Roundtable; and

– ULI (Urban Land Institute).

 

ACI HQ in Lockland - site of Economic Forecast meeting on Dec. 7.

ACI (Allied Construction Industries):

ACI –  your primary resource for commercial construction in Greater Cincinnati – is hosting its 2011 Economic Forecast for Commercial Construction on Tuesday, Dec. 7, from 7:30-10 a.m. at its Lockland headquarters, 3 Kovach Drive, Cincinnati 45215.

Featured speakers are Mr. Kenneth D. Simonson, Chief Economist for AGC of America, and LaVaughn M. Henry, vice president and senior regional officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland, Cincinnati Branch.

Cost of event: $25 members, $50 non-members.

Online registration:

https://www.wliinc11.com/alliedconstructionohassoc/cwt/external/wcpages/wcevents/eventregistration.aspx?eventID=9I0Z2A448T9H3I

Website: http://www.ACI-Construction.org

Top Official: President Ken Fender, Baker Concrete Construction Co.(513) 539-4000.

Contact: Tammy Kerr – (513) 221-8020tkerr@aci-construction.org.

The mission of ACI is to advance member contractors of the construction industry in the Greater Cincinnati region through advocacy, service and networking.

ACI was formed in 1929 when 450 reps of the Greater Cincinnati construction industry dissolved their trade group, Associated Building Industries, and formed ACI. Members are subcontractors, architects, engineers, developers, material suppliers and service providers to the construction industry.

ACI is a non-profit trade association comprised of about 700 member companies who employ more than 30,000 throughout the Tri-State.

Members may be either union or open-shop companies engaged in commercialindustrial and public constructionACI serves as an umbrella organization for 12 partnership associations,including the Cincinnati Division of the Associated General Contractors (ACG) of Ohio.

The Montgomery Inn - The Original, in Montgomery - site of BOMA luncheon on Friday, Dec. 3.

BOMA (Greater Cincinnati Building Owners and Managers Association):

BOMA will be holding its Annual Holiday Luncheon on Friday, Dec. 3, at the Original Montgomery Inn in Montgomery, from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.

Cost of event: free with annual membership, $40 for guests.

Online registration: N/A – contact Executive Director Stephanie Geiser at smgeiser@cinci.rr.com by Nov. 29.

Website: http://www.BOMACincinnati.org

Top Official: President Daniel M. Krueger, CPM, RPA, DCT Industrial – (513) 577-7162 – dkrueger@dctindustrial.com

Contact: Executive Director Stephanie Geiser(513) 621-8382 – smgeiser@cinci.rr.com.

The mission of Greater Cincinnati BOMA is to be recognized as a principal voice through leadership advocacy and education for the commercial real estate industry.

BOMA International is an international federation of more than 100 local associations and affiliated organizations. BOMA’s 17,000+ members own or manage more than nine billion square feet of commercial properties in North America, and throughout the world.

The mission of BOMA International is to enhance the human, intellectual and physical assets of the commercial real estate industry through advocacy, education, research, standards and information.

Founded in 1907, BOMA International celebrated 100 years of commercial real estate in 2007. Learn more at http://www.BOMA.org.

McCormick & Schmick's off Fountain Square - CREW GC luncheon on Dec. 7.

CREW GC (Commercial Real Estate Women of Greater Cincinnati:

The CREW Greater Cincinnati Holiday Party and Sponsor Appreciation Luncheon will be held Tuesday, Dec. 7, at McCormick & Schmick’s.

The festivities start with a networking/registration period from 11:15-11:45 a.m., followed by the program from 11:45 a.m. to 1 p.m. A video presentation will be featured, highlighting the year’s activities and thanking sponsors for their involvement.

Cost of event: $30 for members, $20 for student/unemployed members, $50 for non-members.

Online registration (until Dec. 2):

https://www.registrationfactory.com/v3/?EventUUID=651C0B4F

Websitehttp://www.CREWCincinnati.org

Top Official: President Ellen Mayleben, Paul Hemmer Cos. – (859) 341-8300 – emayleben@paulhemmer.com.

Contact: Andy Hemmer – (513) 604-5428 – andy@andyhemmer.com.

Annual Membership: $345

Bartini's Premier Martini Lounge - NAIOP Holiday Meeting on Dec. 8.

NAIOP (National Association of Industrial and Office Properties):

The Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOPThe Commercial Real Estate Development Association – will hold its 2010 Holiday Celebration on Wednesday, Dec. 8, at Bartini’s in Downtown Cincinnati. The event will run from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

Cost of event: Free to NAIOP members, $25 for guests of NAIOP members.

Online registration: N/A – Contact Executive Director Deidre Forrester at (513) 235-4883 or naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Websitehttp://www.naiop.org/cincinnati_nkentucky

Top Official: President Kevin Smith, First Highland Management and Development Corp., (513) 829-8900 – ksmith@firsthighland.com.

Contact: Deidre ForresterChapter Executive Director – (513) 235-4883 – naiopcincinnati@aol.com.

Annual Membership: $150-820

The Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Chapter of NAIOP recently held its annual Night of the Stars awards gala presentation and dinner. Details and winners can be found at:

https://andyhemmer.wordpress.com/2010/11/08/cincinnati-northern-kentucky-naiop-honor-best-and-brightest-with-night-of-the-stars

NAIOP is the leading organization for developers, owners and related professionals in office, industrial and mixed-use real estate, with 18,000 members in North America.

NAIOP advances responsible commercial real estate development and advocates for effective public policy.

SMPS Holiday Party at Maketewah in Bond Hill on Dec. 9.

SMPS (Society for Marketing Professional Services):

SMPS will be holding its Holiday Program and Fifth Annual SMPS Thresholds Awards Gala on Thursday, Dec. 9, at Maketewah Country Club in Bond Hill, starting with a reception at 4:30 p.m.

The speaker for the event will be Willie F. Carden Jr., Director of the City of Cincinnati’s Park Board. The rest of the event starts at 5:30 p.m. with a dinner, program and awards.

Cost for the event: $75 for members, $95 for non-members, tables of 8 for $550.

Online Registration: http://www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=204073

Website: http://www.greatercincinnatismps.org

Top Official: President Diana Bauknecht, Burgess & Niple – (513) 579-0042 – diana.bauknecht@burgessniple.com.

Contact: Sarah Polo, Process Plus – (513) 618-4786 – spolo@processplus.com.

The Society for Marketing Professional Services (SMPS) is the premiere resource for education, information and support in marketing professional services for the built and natural environment.

The 7,000+ national members of SMPS are marketing and business development professionals in architectural, engineering, planning, interior design, construction and specialty consulting firms located throughout the U.S.

The event benefits the Freestore/Foodbank, with additional proceeds going to the SMPS Scholarship Fund. SMPS will be recognizing:

– Client of the Year;

– Flying Pig Award;

– Marketer of the Year;

– Threshold Award.

Kenwood Country Club, site of the UC Real Estate Roundtable breakfast on Dec. 3.

UC Real Estate Roundtable

The December breakfast soiree for the UC Real Estate Roundtable will be held on Friday, Dec. 3, from 7:30-9 a.m. at the Kenwood Country Club.

The Featured Speaker is Mary Ludgin, Managing Director with Heitman Real Estate Investment Management in Chicago.

Cost of event: included in $350 annual Roundtable membership; additional guest $55.

Online registration: Members RSVP to realestate@uc.edu; Non-members may register at:

http://www.regonline.com/Register/Checkin.aspx?EventID=912705

Website: http://www.business.uc.edu/realestate

Top Official: Director of UC Real Estate Center John L. Glascock, PhD – (513) 556-7082 – glascojh@ucmail.uc.edu.

Contact: Assistant Director Kate Bridgman(513) 556-7082 – real.estate@uc.edu

Annual Membership: $350 includes admission and breakfast to all eight Roundtable programs; Membership does not include annual dinner.

The Department of Finance in UC’s College of Business established a four-year real estate program in 1981 under the guidance of the program’s founder and former director, Dr. Norman G. Miller. Since 1983, the UC Real Estate Roundtable has provided a forum to establish and maintain linkages between the University and the business and real estate communities.

The monthly Roundtable Series features guest speakers who provide their perspectives on issues of broad interest to business and the real estate industry. Roundtable members are made up of more than 200 professionals from virtually every sector of the real estate industry.

The UC Real Estate Center and Program at the University of Cincinnati is constantly evolving to keep pace with a changing world. A Real Estate Major, or Minor, at UC is flexible and broad-based, while emphasizing an entrepreneurial spirit.

The program combines a core curriculum coving the functional areas of business (accounting, economics, finance, information systems, marketing and operations management) with specialized coursework in real estate.

The Pub at Rookwood Mews, site of ULI Cincinnati meeting on Dec. 8.

ULI (Urban Land Institute):

The ULI Cincinnati YLG (Young Leaders Group) will hold its Fall Networking Event on WednesdayDec. 8, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at The Pub at Rookwood Mews, 2692 Madison Road in Rookwood Pavilion.

Join industry leaders and friends of ULI’s Young Leaders Group for its Second YLG Happy Hour. Network in a relaxed and fun atmosphere; ULI has reserved the patio and appetizers will be provided by YLG event sponsor, Cassidy Turley. Other Happy Hour discounts apply, such as discounts on beer and half-priced appetizers.

Cost of event: Free for members and non-members.

Online registration: Log in/create profile on website – http://cincinnati.uli.org

Websitehttp://cincinnati.uli.org

Top Local Official: President Dave Neyer, President of Al. Neyer Inc. – (513) 271-6400 – dneyer@neyer.com.

Contact: District Council Coordinator Jill Benavides – (513) 313-0261 – cincinnati@uli.org

Annual Membership: $250-$410.

ULI is the only place in Cincinnati to get Real Deal, Emerging Trends and Insider Tours, alongside the area’s best building industry professionals.

New monthly pub, The Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup: meetings, news and views from ACI, BOMA, CABR, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Roundtable and ULI

Posted in The Roundup on 11/18/2010 by @CincinnatiPR

The first Cincinnati Real Estate Roundup covering events and meetings for December, 2010, will premier at the end of November.

The inaugural edition of The Cincinnati Real Estate RoundupThe Roundup, as she’s known to friends – will be published for the month of December soon, featuring monthly events, activities, honors and awards highlighting the Greater Cincinnati residential and commercial real estate markets.

Look for information from your favorite groups and professional associations in The Roundup (drumroll, please …. and now the alphabet soup): ACI, BOMA, CABR, CREW, NAIOP, SMPS, UC Real Estate Roundtable and ULI, for starters.

To list your information, send any pertinent information, press releases, renderings, pictures and video to Andy Hemmer at andy@andyhemmer.com and/or call (513) 604-5428.

Round ‘Em Up, Rawhide!


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