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Panel of Experts – Private Development

March 13 @ 11:30 am - 1:00 pm

$30 – $60

Developers are the catalyst for many of the private projects that have helped build our community, both commercial and residential. Join us for a lively panel discussion with seasoned professionals from the Real Estate development community. They’ll answer questions and share their insights into the latest trends and predictions for the future, as well as development currently underway and on the horizon.  Whether your firm is trying to enter the marketplace or grow in an already large market share, our panelists will share tips that A/E/C professionals can use to best position themselves for upcoming opportunities.

Moderator

Ken Slavens, Partner, Husch Blackwell

Kenneth Slavens is dedicated to helping solve construction and development clients’ most complicated problems with as little disruption as possible to their businesses. He represents architects, engineers, owners and contractors in construction disputes over alleged defective design and construction, delays, cost overruns, interference, obstruction, property damage and suspension of work.

Ken’s familiarity with the construction and design industry dates to his college days, when he worked for a residential and small commercial contractor. After law school, Ken was introduced to construction and design litigation by an attorney mentor. Having spent his entire career in construction law, Ken has a unique understanding of the business that benefits clients.

Panelist

Bob O’Loughlin, Chairman & CEO, LHM

Throughout his career, Robert F. O’Loughlin has managed some of the industry’s top properties and has directed regional hotel operations throughout the United States. In 1986, he established Lodging Hospitality Management (LHM) and has been responsible for successfully managing more than 50 hotels for individuals and institutions, as well as working with financiers seeking a high return investment. Through his leadership, he has established LHM as one of the preferred management companies for Hilton, Starwood, Marriott and Holiday Inn.

Dan Dokovic, Principal, Intelica

Dan Dokovic is a co-founder of Intelica CRE™. Dan’s primary responsibilities include providing overall leadership and managing the efforts of the organization. In addition to his management duties, Dan works on engagements across the company including: acquisitions, strategic planning, project development, portfolio optimization, and real estate technologies.

Josh Udelhofen, Managing Director of Development, Altus

Josh Udelhofen is responsible for the leadership of Altus development and construction activities. Prior to joining Altus, Josh was the Chief Investment officer of The Koman Group, where he was responsible for all development related activities including project procurement, entitlement, financing and delivery. During his time at The Koman Group, Josh was directly involved in the development of many of St. Louis’ most notable projects with a total value in excess of half a billion dollars.

Sam Adler, Development Director, The Staenberg Group

Sam Adler’s primary responsibility and oversight for the new development and/or redevelopment activities across the portfolio. Same also leads Third-Party brokerage activities for some of TSG’s national retail and restaurant clients. Sam bring more than 7 years of experiences in multiple facets of the real estate industry including leasing, development and redevelopment, third party brokerage and land acquisition. Prior to joining TSG, Sam managed all leasing activities for a 6 million square foot portfolio at THF Realty.

QUESTIONS

Do you have questions you would like to submit?  Email communications@smps-stl.org by 2/26 for consideration.

WHEN

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

11:30a-12:00pm  Networking and Welcome

12:00-1:00pm Lunch and Program

FEE

Member:  $35

Non-Member: $60

CPSM:  $30

Please RSVP by end of day Friday, March 8, 2019

NOTE: To ensure we can comfortably accommodate all attendees, anyone who registers after 03/08/19 will be charged an additional $10 walk-in fee.

Venue

Westborough Country Club
631 S Berry Rd
St. Louis, MO 63122 United States
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