Bob Walsh of High Construction to Speak at SCUP 2013 College and University Planning Conference

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Bob Walsh, High Construction Company’s vice president of project management, will speak at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, April 7-9 at Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Bob Walsh, Vice President of Project Management for High Construction

Bob Walsh, High Construction Company’s Vice President of Project Management, will speak on a panel at the Society for College and University Planning (SCUP) 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, April 7-9 at Georgetown University, Washington, DC.

Walsh, in collaboration with Richard C. Barton, Principal, Academic Studio, Marshall Craft Associates, Inc. and Joseph Metro, Elizabethtown College, will discuss a hybrid construction model that reduces capital costs and builds institutional pride. The presentation will feature the unique approach used for the construction of Elizabethtown College’s Masters Center for Science Math and Engineering, which incorporated facility and student work crews. The session will also cover how to identify appropriate opportunities for alternative project delivery methods.

For more information about SCUP 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference, visit http://www.scup.org/page/regions/ma/2013.

High Construction Company provides design-build, general contracting, construction management, and energy consulting services throughout the mid-Atlantic region of the United States. High Construction specializes in the commercial, industrial, education, hospitality, retail, health care, and multi-family residential markets. The family-owned business is headquartered in Lancaster, Pa., with offices in Williamsport, Pa., and Elmira, N.Y., and employs over 60 professionals. High Construction is an affiliate of High Real Estate Group LLC, which also includes Greenfield Architects Ltd., High Associates Ltd., High Investors Ltd., and High Hotels Ltd. For more information about High Construction, call (717) 291-2276 or visit http://www.HighConstruction.com.

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