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September 29 Virtual Market Meeting
September 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:00 am
The Corporate Office: What Does the Workplace of the Future Look Like?
The private commercial market is exploding across the Southeast with multiple corporate headquarters relocating for many reasons, including our southern hospitality, fair weather and ports access. What does this commercial growth mean for the AEC industry across the region and how is that shaping the physical environment?
Join CMAA SAC as we bring together an esteemed panel of representatives from some of the biggest players in the commercial game to share their insight into market trends, overall impact to the region, what work is on the horizon, and how your firm can get a piece of the action. Schneider Electric’s Emily Violette will moderate the session featuring Shannon Kitzrow of JLL, Brad Stolz of JE Dunn Construction, Bill Morrison of Portman Holdings, and David Brown with TVS Design.
Shannon Kitzrow, JLL
Bill Morrison, Portman Holdings
Brad Stolz, JE Dunn Construction
David Brown, TVS Design
Emily Violette | Schneider Electric
Thank you to our Event Champion: Erin Grable with JE Dunn Construction
Meet the Panelists:
Shannon Kitzrow | JLL
Ms. Kitzrow is a Vice President in the Project and Development Services group at JLL. Shannon provides leadership in the representation of the client’s interest in all aspects of design, construction and occupancy. Shannon has 19 years of experience in design and project management. She is currently working with Inspire Brands on their headquarters relocation project. In addition, she is providing project management services for BlackRock and McKinsey office locations in Atlanta. Shannon holds a Bachelor of Arts in Interior Design from the University of Georgia.
Bill Morrison | Portman Holdings
Bill Morrison serves as Portman Holdings’; as Vice President of Construction. He holds the Certified Construction Manager (CCM) and Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Accredited Professional (LEED AP) designations and has been associated with 18 LEED designated projects during his 25-year career.
Bill has worked in owner’s representation and development roles with Carter & Associates, Emory University, Jones Lang LaSalle, and most recently with Skanska where he was Vice President of Operations.
He graduated from Georgia Institute of Technology with a BS in Building Construction and has an MBA from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School. He serves on several committees with the College of Architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology and is involved in several civic organizations in the area.
Brad Stolz, LEED AP | JE Dunn Construction
Brad Stolz is a 2006 graduate of Clemson University, where he earned his BS in Civil Engineering. He is a LEED AP (BD+C) and is active with the American Society of Healthcare Engineering (ASHE) where he is a former Certified Healthcare Constructor. Brad joined the JE Dunn team in 2006 and serves as a Senior Project Manager in the Commercial group for the Atlanta office.
Brad currently lives in Roswell, GA with his wife Jamie, 8-year-old daughter Taylor, 4 year old son Logan. He enjoys running, playing tennis, hacking around the golf course and coaching / spectating his kids’ sports teams.
David Brown | TVS Design
David is a Principal and member of the TVS Design Board of Directors. He works with and leads architects and intern architects on the design and construction of mixed use, commercial, and corporate office projects.
He served as project manager and design architect of the Duke Energy Center, the focal point of the Levine Center for the Arts in Charlotte, North Carolina. In 2012 this project received the prestigious ULI Global Award for Excellence.
David has successfully managed large scale projects in multiple cities and timezones, making him an integral member of our growing international firm. He is an effective team leader, and his hands-on approach to project delivery makes him a true player-coach. David creates an atmosphere of cooperation that is appreciated by the entire design team and the client.
Emily Violette | Schneider Electric
Emily brings 20 years of engineering experience across the full spectrum of the design and construction industry. She has developed skillsets in MEP engineering, building commissioning, energy consulting, sustainability program development and strategic procurement. Equally important, her focus has always been to create opportunities within the context of all stakeholders involved. This people-focused commitment combined with a broad range of competencies has led her to a focus on our industry’s current challenge of integrating technology, specifically how collaboration around technology solutions delivers an exceptional total value impact.