Lunch & Learn Series

As a benefit to our members, we provide them with opportunities throughout the year to earn continuing education credits.  Our Lunch & Learn Meetings take place in the 999 Peachtree Street Building – 5th Floor Conference Center in the heart of Midtown.  These are low key events and provide members and guests the opportunity to learn from the most competent sources for professional education and training related to the Construction Management profession.

A sample of the presentations previously offered include:

  • What You Need to Know about Energy Modeling and Commissioning
  • The Basics of Precast Concrete
  • Building Controls
  • IBC 2006 Special Inspections
  • Prevailing Wage Law – Compliance and Critical Updates
  • BIM Demonstration
  • Preparing and Analyzing Cost Loaded Schedules

All proceeds go towards funding the annual scholarships at our awards banquet in June.

If you are interested in being a presenter, please contact Don Green, at, or 404-946-2459.



FREE | Members
$10 | Non Members
$10 | Walk-Ins

February 21 | Lunch & Learn


Learning Objectives:

  • Engineered Design: The definition of Building Envelope

  • Opening the Envelope: Elementary design considerations and explanations of four (4) major performance objectives

  • Pushing the Envelope:  The interaction of the four (4) major performance objective upon the Building Envelope

  • Sealing the Envelope:  A brief study in maintenance, repair and replacement considerations

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April 4 | Lunch & Learn


This program will present the risks associated with vibration and discuss ways to manage them. The presentation will provide step by step instructions on how to approach a project with vibration concerns including inspections, a public communications plan, vibration criteria development, monitoring and control plan as well as a complaint claim response. Learn how you can reduce your project risk by managing construction vibrations.  

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April 24 | Lunch & Learn


The course will provide you a better understanding of how smoke migrates in multi-story building fires and how building codes in the United States have evolved to address this danger. Throughout this course we will illustrate the physics of vertical smoke migration in mid- and high-rise building fires and the hazards this presents for building occupants. The instructor will discuss how building codes seek to protect building occupants from this hazard and review various methods that have been developed to meet these code
requirements to limit vertical smoke migration.  

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Directions & Location

2017-2018 Lunch & Learn Series Schedule

Please note, parking validation is not available for deck parking, however there is “free” parking available on Juniper, south of 10th Street on both sides of the street.


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