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Highly experienced Account Executive/Marketing Manager with extensive network of regional and national connections.  Strong background in senior housing/healthcare, education, and government projects.  Successful in establishing and managing relationships with clients, A&E firms, consultants, construction firms, and sub-contractors.  Self-motivated professional with an established track record in real estate development, construction, project development, and asset management.  Skilled in team selection and coordination, due diligence, entitlements, development strategies, construction, negotiations, and financial feasibility.

For applicant information, contact Verna Regler at 443.982.7329 or verna@mdconstructionnet.net.

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The 2nd Annual Maryland Construction Industry Survey, hosted by Gross Mendelsohn & Associates in conjunction with MCN, is now open and ready for your participation. Our survey is designed to determine the state of the construction industry while identifying areas of optimism and concern for all companies involved in the construction process in Maryland. We sincerely hope you will take 10 minutes or less to participate in this important survey. The larger the sample group, the better the data. More than 200 companies participated in our 2016 survey.

Gross Mendelson’s Steve Ball will present the survey results at Maryland Construction Network’s May 4th, 2017 Direct Connect Networking Event. Information provided from the survey will allow you to measure and compare your company to others doing business within the state. Survey data will also help you identify trends and markets to examine and target for upcoming work.

As always, your responses and private information will be kept confidential. Participants will be entered into a drawing for a $500 Home Depot Gift Card.

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#65 – The Maryland Construction Network

Maryland’s Construction Industry Outlook: Current Conditions, Future Trends and Today’s Best Practices This podcast is a recording of the May 4th, 2016 presentation given by Stephen Ball, CPA, CVA, CCIFP. Steve is a partner in the accounting firm Gross Mendelsohn, located in Baltimore, MD and Director of their Construction Group. The material presented is the […]

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PowerPoint Presentation From 3/10/16 Direct Connect Meeting

Ladies and Gentlemen, MCN set a new attendance record for a Direct Connect Network meeting at our March 10th event in Frederick! Here is a picture of a portion of the crowd attending our pre-DC program – “Future Frederick”. As promised, you can access the PowerPoint presentation given by Helen Propheter, Manager of Economic Development Frederick County and […]

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The 2016 Maryland Construction Industry Survey

Maryland Construction Network And Gross Mendelsohn & Associates Are Conducting A Critical Construction Industry Survey The 2016 Maryland Construction Industry Survey Explores Current Conditions | Future Trends | Best Practices | & More If you are interested in knowing more about key trends, best practices, current conditions, and the challenges facing Maryland’s construction industry; please participate in this […]

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#64 – The Maryland Construction Network

Social Media In The Workplace In this podcast we are joined by Jennifer Curry, an attorney with Ober|Kaler’s employment and labor group. Jennifer is here to discuss issues facing employers today with regard to employee’s uses of social media both during and outside of work. She will discuss the ways employers must adapt to employees’ […]

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