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 Henry Gomez by email.


Available Dates



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

February 19 | Lunch & Learn


Learning Objectives:

  • Learn what sound masking is
  • Learn how it works, and how it provides acoustic comfort, privacy and productivity
  • Review various product types
  • Review various installation examples of each product
  • Short, informative video on the Soft dB SmartSMS system advantages
  • Learn advantages of our unique and patented features
  • Demonstration of actual sound masking


Sponsored by:

April 2 | Lunch & Learn


Presentation Topics:

  • Review of traditional photographic documentation and specification
  • Review of emerging web-based and mobile technologies
  • Leveraging documentation for improved collaboration
  • Photodocumentation, Video, Webcam, UAV, Scanning & 360 Imagery
  • Construction phase applications: QA & QC, risk management, and dispute resolution
  • Operations phase applications and institutional knowledge


Sponsored by: 

April 16 | Lunch & Learn



The City of Atlanta has a 90-year-old large diameter sewer trunk line that is deteriorating and is well past its useful life expectancy. The pipeline is in a highly dense urban area which made replacement nearly impossible. The City has contracted with Ruby-Collins to rehabilitate the pipe with a lining technology that is completed internally with minimal disruption to the community and will add a minimum of 50 years of additional use.

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Directions & Location

2018-2019 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.


L&L Calendar 18-19 | 10.18