Construction Industry is Booming: Dealing with a Lack of Skilled Labor
The construction industry is experiencing record volumes of work, yet there exists a shortage of skilled labor to perform and manage the work. How will all the work get done? Where will the people come from? Where is Georgia’s competition? What are the risks presented by this confluence of events?
Construction industry executives, consultants and lawyers will discuss this major threat to the health of the construction industry. Insight will be provided into how this shortage of labor occurred, how the industry is reacting, and what the future holds. Risks associated with the labor shortage will be highlighted and mitigation efforts debated. By increasing your knowledge and awareness of these issues and opportunities to mitigate the risks, you will be more able to navigate the marketplace and better position your company to respond to these events.
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Mike T. Dunham | Panelist | Associated General Contractors of Georgia, Inc.
Mike serves as Chief Executive Officer for the Associated General Contractors of Georgia, Inc. (AGC Georgia). The trade association is a statewide chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America, and is comprised of more than 600 general contractors, residential/light commercial builders, construction managers, design builders, municipal-utility contractors, heavy and highway contractors, specialty contractors, service providers, and suppliers from across the state and southeast.
Karen Rippeon | Panelist | GlassRatner
Karen is a construction industry professional with over 21 years of experience. Karen’s understanding of the construction industry, in particular her knowledge of industry best practices that have a proven track record of successful outcomes, makes her a valuable asset to her clients in need of advisory and dispute resolution services.
Mark V. Hanrahan | Moderator | Taylor English Duma LLP
Mark Hanrahan is a construction lawyer with more than 35 years of experience in the construction industry. Mr. Hanrahan has extensive experience representing clients in construction-related transactions and disputes. His clients include building owners, both private and public, general contractors, developers, program managers, subcontractors and specialty equipment suppliers.