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    Save the date and celebrate The Builders' Association's 128th Anniversary: Feb. 13, 2015!

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    Event Calendar

    • December 31 2014
      2014 CLC Membership - Pro-Rated
    • January 12 2015
      CSMG 110 (STP Unit 3): Problem Solving INTERNET (1 MCC College Credit Hour) Accessible on the Internet from Mon., Jan. 12 through Fri., Feb. 13 Cost of classes taken for college credit is based on the MCC tuition schedule at www.mcckc.edu Presenter: Caleb McCandless, Education & Training Development Manager To register: Please contact Richard Bruce at (816) 595-4143 or rbruce@buildersassociation.com
    • January 12 2015
      CSMG 160 (STP Unit 8): Construction Project Management INTERNET (2 MCC College Credit Hours) Accessible on the Internet from Mon., Jan. 12 through Fri., Feb. 13 Cost of classes taken for college credit is based on the MCC tuition schedule at www.mcckc.edu Presenter: Richard Bruce, Ph.D., Education & Training Director, The Builders' Association To register: Please contact Richard Bruce at (816) 595-4105 or rbruce@buildersassociation.com
    • February 13 2015
      The Builders' Association 128th Anniversary Banquet Save the Date! February 13, (Fri.) Information: Please contact Kristy Peto at (816) 595-4105 or kpeto@buildersassociation.com
    • March 5 2015
      8th Annual Construction Safety Excellence Awards Breakfast Adams Pointe Conference Center March 5, 2015 (Thurs.) Cost: $35 per attendee (includes a full breakfast buffet) Please contact Phil Shoemaker at (816) 595-4158 or pshoemaker@buildersassociation.com
    • March 5 2015
      6th Annual Midwest Construction Safety Conf. & Exposition Adams Pointe Conference Center March 5-6 (Thurs.-Fri.) Topics: Will range from OSHA, DOT and EPA to the latest construction risk management practices Information: Please watch for information at www.buildersassociation.com as it becomes available Contact: Please contact Phil Shoemaker at (816) 595-4158 or pshoemaker@buildersassociation.com
    • December 31 2015
      2015 CLC Membership You must log on or create a new account at the bottom of the screen to register. Why should you join the CLC? Developing your employees' professional and people skills is important for the continuing success of your organization. CLC members learn from programs, courses, and community service projects that are all designed to improve job related capabilities and leadership ability. The seminars, education, and charitable events encourage professionals to establish industrywide contacts that can stimulate professional and business development. Members will receive The Builders' Association's quarterly Modern Builder Magazine; a personal copy of the Builders' Association/KC, AGC Membership Roster & Buyers' Guide; e-mail notification to all CLC and education programs; and discounted rates to CLC events.
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