When:
December 12, 2017 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm
2017-12-12T11:30:00-05:00
2017-12-12T13:30:00-05:00
Where:
Dunwoody Country Club
1600 Dunwoody Club Dr
Atlanta, GA 30350
USA
Cost:
$25-$50
Contact:
Beth Harris, FSMPS, CPSM

Join the SAME Atlanta Post on Tuesday, December 12th to hear Adam Grist, Project Manager on the I-85 bridge reconstruction project, tell how C.W. Matthews Contracting Company got involved in the I-85 bridge reconstruction.

Hear about the timeline and description of the project from commencement to completion. Adam will share the project takeaways that could have positive impacts on future GDOT projects, and the importance of cooperation among all stakeholders throughout the project. This is one you don’t want to miss!

Featured Speakers

Adam Grist

Project Manager,
C.W. Matthews Contracting Company, Inc.

c-w-matthews-squarelogoAdam Grist is the Vice President of Structures at C.W. Matthews Construction Company Inc. (CWM), based in Marietta, Georgia. In this role, he oversees both the Bridge and Concrete Divisions responsible for the construction of bridges, cast in place concrete walls, mechanically stabilized earth walls, sound barriers, concrete flatwork, and concrete paving.

During construction of the I-85 Emergency Bridge Repair, Adam’s role was the Project Manager which meant coordinating and managing construction, including dispersion of resources, issue resolution, and delivery of the project on schedule and within budget.

A graduate of Virginia Tech, Adam holds a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering.

Marc Mastronardi

Georgia Department of Transportation

GDOT

Holiday Donations

Support SHARE Military Initiative at the December Luncheon

Please bring Publix Gift Cards (suggested $20 denominations) to donate to the Shepherd Center’s SHARE Military Initiative. Cash or checks will also be accepted onsite to purchase gift cards for donation. Publix gift cards are used as part of the rehabilitation program.

Thanks for your help and support of our silent wounded warriors–those returning home with PTSD and mild traumatic brain disorders. SHARE is often a last hope for these service members and the SAME Atlanta Post has been a proud supporter of this vital program since 2013.