May 12, 2021 | 7:45 – 9:00 AM | Virtual

Panel Discussion: How to Successfully Collaborate with Project Partners

You’re invited to MCA’s virtual education session with experts who will discuss how to successfully collaborate with an owner, general contractor, engineer, and architect.

Members – $10 Nonmembers – $15 Students – Free

Panelists:

Corey S. Bronczyk, Shareholder, Chair – Construction Law at Arthur Chapman Law Firm

Corey works with a variety of construction industry stakeholders, including general contractors, subcontractors, manufacturers, suppliers, design professionals, and owners, with many construction-related legal challenges. Corey and the Arthur Chapman Construction Law team handle a wide array of construction related legal issues, which range from contract negotiation and disputes, site injuries and OSHA claims, to defect claims, delay claims, mechanic’s liens and bond claims, among many others. Corey has approximately ten years’ experience working in the construction industry on residential, commercial, and institutional building projects, in both trade and management positions, prior to starting his legal career. 

Stephen T. Iaria, Managing Principal | Architect at KOMA

With a collaborative approach to the design process, Steve works closely with his clients to provide outstanding project delivery. His responsibilities include working with all members of the project team including the client, regulatory authorities, consultants and contractors. He provides a full range of professional services that include programming, evaluating existing conditions, design, communication with the project team, and coordinating schedules.

Gregg Johnson, Project Director for Landmark Development 

Gregg Johnson is a Project Director for Landmark Development – an Owners Representative and Urban Master Planning and Redevelopment Developer. Gregg was the Owners Representative for the Minnesota Sports Facilities Authority on the development of US Bank Stadium and is leading the design and construction planning efforts for a number of large projects regionally and nationally that are currently ready to start construction. Gregg is a past President of Minnesota Construction Association and currently sits on the Board of Director. He is one of the founding members of Constructium, a student/industry collaboration network  for future industry leaders.

Justin Johnson, Director of Preconstruction at RJM Construction 

Justin has been with RJM for 13 years. Early in his career, he held positions as a project engineer and also in the field. In his current role, Justin oversees the preconstruction and estimating departments working closely with RJM’s full-time estimators, the director MEP design and coordination, and virtual design lead to ensure that all unique project details are understood and incorporated during the preconstruction phase. Additionally, Justin directs the project team to develop and maintain accurate budgets from the schematic design phase through the final construction documents.

Michael D. Remington, P. E., President at Inspec, Inc.

Michael D. Remington, P.E., is a licensed professional engineer and President of Inspec, Inc. and has served as Lead Project Engineer on hundreds of building enclosure and pavement assessment and rehabilitation projects throughout the United States. Mike has performed well over 150 technical presentations to groups as large as 300 people. Mike has been with Inspec, an architectural and engineering firm specializing in roofs, walls, windows, pavements, athletic sports facilities, and waterproofing, for over 30 years.