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EBC Seminar: Environmental Industry Opportunities – Moving into 2006
December 1, 2005 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Environmental company executives: join us for a presentation on trends and opportunities in the environmental industry. This presentation will be followed by a focused review of key business sector developments that will create a demand for environmental services. Then gain business insight from senior environmental industry leaders as they present their thoughts (and strategies) about developments in major environmental industry service areas.
|7:30 a.m.||Registration and Continental Breakfast|
|8:00 a.m.||Review of the Environmental Industry – Trends and OpportunitiesGuest Speaker: Joan Berkowitz
Managing Director, Farkas Berkowitz & CompanyThe infrastructure and environmental engineering market grew 5-percent in 2004, generating total revenues of $19.6 billion across four major sectors – power, transportation, water quality, and remediation. The market as a whole should see an aggregate growth rate of 7 percent this year and could see double-digit growth in 2006. The power engineering market rebounded in 2004 with signs of continuing growth; remediation services showed surprising strength; and the water-quality engineering market continued strong. The transportation engineering market contracted in 2004, remained weak in 2005, and should recover in 2006 with the passage of Safety-LU in August of this year. Engineers continue to expand their service offerings, adding such front-end services as financial and management consulting and asset management, as well as planning and program management services. More engineering firms are also providing construction as prime contractors or as joint venture partners with construction firms as the trend towards design-build continues.
|8:30 a.m.||Developments in the Market Place – Review of Key Market SectorsMany significant business sectors have EHS issues impacting them. What future developments with EHS implications do they see for themselves and their economic sector? How will these trends impact your business opportunities? A panel of experts representing several key economic drivers will provide their perspective on future developments with EHS issues impacting their sector.
|10:00 a.m.||Coffee Break|
|10:30 a.m.||Developments in the Environmental Industry: A Review of Business ServicesThis panel of senior executives of leading environmental service companies will provide their insight into developments in the marketplace and industry service areas important to their company and then participate in a discussion of these and other key environmental markets as they look forward into 2006 and beyond.Rick Moore, President, Rizzo Associates – A Tetra Tech CompanyFrancis Previte, President, EBI ConsultingMargaret Briggs, Managing Principal, Epsilon Associates, Inc.|
|12:00 Noon||Open discussion|
Joan Berkowitz, Managing Director
Farkas Berkowitz & Company
1220 Nineteenth Street, NW, Suite 300, Washington, D.C. 20036
Margaret Briggs, Managing Principal Epsilon Associates, Inc.
3 Clock Tower Place, Suite 250
Maynard, MA 01754
William G. Fitzgerald, Jr., Director Department of Public Works Town of Franklin
150 Emmons Street, Franklin, MA 02038
Frank Gundal, Manager Energy Supplier Services NSTAR Electric & Gas Corporation
1 NSTAR Way, NE 210, Westwood, MA 02090-9023
George L. Olson, PE, CPS, EMS-LA
Gillette Health, Safety and Environmental Manager Proctor and Gamble
37 A Street, Needham, MA 02492-9120
Kenneth Miller, Deputy Secretary Executive Office of Transportation
10 Park Plaza, Boston, MA 02116
Rick Moore, President Rizzo Associates
235 West Central Street, Natick, MA 01760
Paul Nasser, President – NAIOP – Massachusetts Chapter
Chief Financial Officer & Chief Operating Officer Intercontinental Real Estate Corp.
1270 Soldiers Field Road, Boston, MA 02135
Frank Previte, President EBI Consultants, Inc.
4 A Street, Burlington, MA 01803
William C. Van Schalkwyk, Director, EH&S Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Environmental Programs Office
77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139-4307