Annual Winter Conference Brochure

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FEBRUARY 28, 2022 - MARCH 2, 2022 IOWA EVENTS CENTER 730 3rd St. | Des Moines, IA

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We are pleased to invite you to attend Master Builders of Iowa’s Annual Winter Conference scheduled for February 28 - March 2, 2022 at the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. This brochure includes information on the two and a half days of educational sessions and popular annual events which are sure to attract all faces of the building industry. Our theme for the conference this year is paying tribute to our industry.... The Many Faces of Construction

Just as our industry was dedicated to the job during difficult times, we are dedicated to providing our industry with the best of the best. We are proud to represent this industry and to be able to bring in from around the country top rated speakers that will provide attendees with very timely and necessary topics, tools and certifications that they can immediately implement within their respective companies, hear moving and inspirational messages, and soak in just some pure entertainment. We are once again offering the “Performance Track” educational package (see page 44), which offers MBI members significant discounts and incentives to send multiple employees to a wide variety of learning opportunities that encompass a broad cross-section of subjects with high-quality, experienced training sessions. This year’s venue change to The Iowa Events Center has afforded MBI the opportunity to expand and enhance our exhibit space. 2022 will host 80+ displays and exhibits including everything from equipment, materials, goods and services to even some interactive displays and simulators! Hotel and registration information is also included, and the MBI staff is ready to assist in answering your questions and getting you registered for the conference. For registration or hotel assistance please contact Nichole Fry – Nfry@MBI.Build or 515-657-4386.

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ONTENTS 3 Download the App 4 Sponsors 6 Schedule 8 Monday Afternoon Seminars 11 Industry Reception 12 MBI Membership & Workforce Awards Breakfast 13 Tuesday Morning Seminars 18

Masters Award Luncheon

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Tuesday Afternoon Seminars

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Build Iowa Dinner

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Safety Day Session I

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Safety Awards Breakfast

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Safety Day Session II

31 Lunch & Exhibitor Reception

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Safety Day Session III

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Safety Day Session IV

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Safety Day Speakers

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Master Builder Designation

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Performance Track Package

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Hotel Information


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WINTER CONFERENCE EVENT APP

Download the Event App! Full Access to Everything Winter Conference! For the 2nd consecutive year, the Winter Conference will feature an event app. The Winter Conference Event App will help facilitate a valuable conference experience for all participants, exhibitors, and sponsors.

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The process is simple! Users are able to download the Event App from the App Store on Apple devices or the Google Play Store on Android devices. After downloading the app, you will gain access to the conference platform by entering your name and email address. Once logged in, you will be able to access: • Seminar Materials • Exhibitor Profiles • Sponsor Information • Speaker Bios • Easy Access to Conference Staff • Floor Maps • Conference Schedules • Announcements • An In-App Game with a Prize Valued at $1,000 The app also has a web-based version, so conference attendees are encouraged to bring their personal electronic devices while attending educational sessions.

Conference Details At Your Fingertips www.MBI.Build/EventApp

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SPONSORS

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CONFERENCE SPONSORS

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Diamond Event Sponsor

Platinum Event Sponsor

Gold Event Sponsor


Masters Award Luncheon Build Iowa Award Dinner

Safety Awards Breakfast

Industry Reception

Safety Day Lunch & Reception

Design Professional/ Contractor Seminar

Membership Mtg/ Workforce Awards Breakfast

Combining To Better Serve You

Registration Sponsorship

Breakstation Sponsorship

Lanyard Sponsorship

Signage Sponsorship

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SCHEDULE

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FEBRUARY 2022

1:00 pm

Registration Open

2:00 - 4:00 pm

Collaborative Virtual Design and Construction Strategies for Optimized Digital Project Delivery Sponsored By: SHYFT Collective

2:30 - 4:00 pm

Leadership in the Commercial Construction Space-Maximizing Your Influence! (YBuilder Members Only)

4:00 - 6:30 pm

Construction Industry Reception

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6:30 am

Sponsored By: RSM US LLP & Whitfield & Eddy Law

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Registration Open

7:00 - 6:30 pm

Exhibits Open

7:30 - 8:45 am

MBI Membership & Workforce Award Breakfast

8:00 - 12:00 pm

Adult First Aid - CPR & AED Certification

Sponsored By: SVPA Architects Inc.

9:00 - 11:30 am

Construction Contractors in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Automation

Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue

Transition to Leadership

Data Driven Decision Making for Construction Companies

The Art of Significance – Achieving the Level Beyond Success

11:45 am - 1:45 pm

Masters Award Luncheon

Keynote Presentation: Being Significant in Your Space - Mastering Excellence & Building a Legacy! Sponsored By: TrueNorth Insurance & Financial Strategies

1:00 - 5:00 pm

Adult First Aid / CPR / AED Certification

2:00 - 4:30 pm

The State-of-the-Art Construction Process to Delivering Services

Crucial Skills for Holding Ourselves and Others Accountable

Team Alignment and Enhanced Team Communication

Implementation and Execution of a Scheduling Quality Control Program

Bridging the Leadership Gap – How to Be More Resilient, Connected, and Creative

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5:00 – 6:00 pm

Build Iowa Award Reception

6:00 – 8:00 pm

Build Iowa Award Ceremony & Dinner

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Sponsored By: Holmes Murphy & Associates, LLC


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6:00 am

Registration Open

6:00 am - 2:00 pm

Exhibits Open

7:00 am - 8:00 am

Safety Day Session I

What Goes Up Must Come Down!! Stairway and Ladder Safety (SPANISH)

Safety Incentive Programs for High Performing Organizations

Iowa OSHA Update

Avoid the Shock - Electrical Safety Awareness

Don’t Fall for the Hazards – Ladder and Stairway Safety Awareness

8:15 am - 9:45 pm

Safety Awards Breakfast

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Safety Day Session II

No Fall Zone!! Fall Protection Awareness (SPANISH)

Six and a Half Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation and Save Lives

OSHA Recordkeeping & Incident Investigations

Fall Prevention & Protection in Commercial Construction

Don’t Collapse on Scaffolding Safety

12:00 – 1:30 pm

Lunch & Exhibitor Luncheon

1:45 – 2:45 pm

Safety Day Session III

OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) (SPANISH)

EMR, TRIR, & DART- Managing Leading and Lagging Indicators of Pre-Qualification

Proactive Safety Analytics for World Class Safety

Fleet Safety - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Iowa Contractors

Reach for the Sky! Aerial Lift Safety Awareness

3:00 – 5:00 pm

Safety Day Session IV

Elevate Your Game – Scaffolding Safety (SPANISH)

Braving Safety – Venturing Below the Surface

Physical Capacity Profile – Uncover What is Difficult to See Before You Hire

Safety From Policy to Passion

Don’t Get Buried - Hands on Trench Safety

Understanding and Implementing OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)

Keynote Presentation - Identifying Cultural Hazards Sponsored By: UFG Insurance

Infection Prevention Considerations in Healthcare Design, Construction, and Maintenance

Sponsored By: White Cap/Stetson Building Products, LLC. Funky Things in the Air

Life Saving Fire Protection and Prevention Strategies

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DESIGN PROFESSIONAL/ CONTRACTOR COLLABORATION SEMINAR Collaborative Virtual Design and Construction Strategies for Optimized Digital Project Delivery Monday, February 28, 2022 SPONREDBY

2:00 – 4:00 pm

Fee: $225 per person

Beginning with the owner’s objectives in mind, virtual design and construction (VDC) planning elevates everyone’s thinking to a more integrated, strategic level while driving value throughout the project. This seminar offers a straight-forward project delivery map for integrating BIM as the tool, LOD as the language and VDC as the process. Best 2.5 practices and examples will demonstrate steps toward success PROJECT (and missteps to avoid) for the integration of people, process and MANAGEMENT technologies across the project lifecycle.

The Construction Industry Reception will immediately follow from 4:00 - 6:30 pm. For more information, please see page 11.

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As a regional leader and national collaborator at McCarthy, Alex is responsible for the overall strategy, implementation, and execution of the virtual design and construction (VDC) lifecycle process between all project stakeholders. Alex works closely with Project Directors, Project Managers, Owners, and A/E partners to establish early expectations and project deliverables at all project phases. Alex is a key contributor serving on McCarthy’s National VDC Leadership Group to enhance the delivery and consistency of VDC/BIM-enabled strategies and best practices company-wide. Alex’s passion and drive for construction technology is to push the industry to leverage best-in-class solutions focused on effective project delivery and lean principles for value-added outcomes. He is actively involved with various national organizations focused on construction technology such as AGC of America’s BIMForum, AGC of Missouri’s Design & Construction Technology Advisory Committee, ABC National’s Student Construction Management Competition (CMC), Campus FM Technology Association (CFTA) and Junior Achievement (JA of Missouri). Alex is a native Ohioan and holds a Dual Degree in Architecture and Construction Systems Management from Ohio State University.

As Director of Virtual Design & Construction (VDC), Brian is responsible for shaping how VDC brings optimal benefits to design-build project delivery while demonstrating the value of VDC to enhance the design-build process and lifecycle management. In addition, Brian leads the creation and advancement of best practices related to the integration of BIM-enabled technologies and other innovative digital tools to enhance design-build team performance and project outcomes across a wide range of project types and diverse market sectors. With 16 years of focused time on how people, processes, and technology can best come together to transform project delivery outcomes he has become a thought leader in this field. Brian has served as an advisory group member and pastchair of the AIA National Technology in Architectural Practice Knowledge Community while also serving on the BIM Forum committee responsible for authoring the Level of Development (LOD) Specification.

ALEX BELKOFER

McCarthy Building Companies, Inc. St. Louis, MO

BRIAN SKRIPAC

Design-Build Institute of America Washington, DC

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YBUILDER NETWORK Young Builders Unite In Linking, Developing & Enhancing Relationships

YBuilders are a group of young dynamic, enthusiastic and eager individuals who are connected to the commercial construction industry and are looking for networking opportunities to attach a “face to that email.” We recognize that our industry does a poor job of offering networking opportunities for young professionals and it is our belief that contractors, designers, and others within the Iowa commercial construction industry can use YBuilder to change that. Become a YBuilder, attend this winter conference kickoff event and join the most exclusive and highly regarded group of young professionals connected to the commercial construction industry!

Leadership in the Commercial Construction Space - Maximizing Your Influence! Monday, February 28, 2022 2:30 – 4:00 pm Every day in the commercial construction industry we have moments where we want or need someone to move in a particular direction --- a customer, client, team member, leader, or a leader’s leader…but we come up short! Why? In this interactive, engaging, and challenging seminar, we will dive into some of the most common reasons we come up short in these types of situations and discuss strategies to fix it. In addition, we will explore in detail the six laws of influence that will help us better understand people and situations so we can reliably increase our chances of people saying “yes” and following our lead.

Fee: YBuilder Members Only – No charge to attend 1.5 LEADERSHIP

DR. Jim Summers | Iowa State University - Ames, IA Dr. Summers is the Max J. Wortman, Jr. Professor and Associate Professor of Management in the Ivy College of Business at Iowa State University. He earned his Ph.D. at Florida State University in organizational behavior and human resources management. He has taught courses on leadership, negotiation, organizational behavior, and human resource management across undergraduate, MBA, Executive MBA, and doctoral levels. He was named a Poets & Quants World Top 40 Under 40 MBA professor for 2020. His research interests include team structure, processes, and change, social influence processes including political skill, stigma and status, the nature of work relationships, and the effects of dark personality on ethical behavior. He has published in the Academy of Management Journal, Personnel Psychology, Organizational Behavior and Human Decision Processes, Journal of Management, Journal of Supply Chain Management, Journal of Organizational Behavior, Journal of Occupational and Health Psychology, Journal of Vocational Behavior, and Journal of Business Ethics.

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CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY RECEPTION SPONREDBY

Monday, February 28, 2022 4:00 – 6:30 pm

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Admittance to the reception is absolutely free! The Construction Industry Reception is an excellent opportunity to catch up with old friends, talk shop with industry partners, and enjoy the camaraderie and networking that MBI events are known for – all while enjoying hors d’oeuvres and drinks. Visit the many exhibits and displays, offering the ultimate in comparison shopping and face-to-face meetings with vendors. Experience the latest technologies and innovations in commercial construction equipment, products and services.

Meet with industry colleagues and peers Enjoy complimentary hors d’oeuvres and drinks Prize drawings to be held on stage at the conclusion of the reception

Register in advance to skip the lines and have a name badge waiting for you when you arrive!

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MBI MEMBERSHIP & WORKFORCE AWARDS BREAKFAST Tuesday, March 1, 2022

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7:30 – 8:45 am

Fee: $45 per person The MBI Membership Meeting & Workforce Awards Breakfast is an excellent opportunity for attendees to network with industry colleagues and friends in preparation for an educational and inspiring day of seminars, exhibitors, and awards. As part of this event, MBI will conduct the business of the annual meeting including a report on 2021, new initiatives planned for 2022, and the annual election of officers appointed to serve on the MBI Board of Directors. MB EYE on the Future graduates will be announced and recognized as well. MBI will also recognize the recipient of the Leadership in Workforce Recruitment Award for their efforts in promoting the commercial construction industry over the past year. In addition, we will announce the winning submissions of the MBI-WORKS Endowment, which was created to offer resources to complement career education and workforce recruitment into the Iowa commercial construction industry.

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ADULT FIRST AID - CPR 2022 & AED CERTIFICATION Tuesday, March 1, 2022

REGISTER EARLY!

8:00 am – 12:00 pm | 1:00 – 5:00 pm

This Class Sells Out Every Year!

Fee: $100 per person

Two Sessions Offered: 8:00 am - 12:00 pm 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

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Registration is limited to 20 participants per session

This seminar teaches attendees to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies, such as burns, cuts, and scrapes; sudden illnesses; head, neck, and back injuries; heat and cold emergencies; and how to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies for victims about 12 years and older. In addition, this interactive course teaches skills that participants need to know in order to provide immediate care for a suddenly ill or injured person until medical personnel arrive to take over. Attendees will gain the knowledge and confidence needed to respond to breathing and cardiac emergencies through the safe use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). After successfully completing this course, attendees will receive a certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years.

Register Early - This Class Sells Out Every Year!

Brandon Black | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA Brandon began his career as a card-carrying member of the Carpenter’s Local Union #106 and was previously employed with an ENR Top Specialty Contractor where he worked on the site of Microsoft’s large Data Center project in Des Moines. This opportunity allowed him to look at construction project safety from a different perspective, all the while providing him knowledge growth of “whole-project” safety. Brandon now helps to provide a well-rounded safety-mentality to job sites and provides the CSSI team with a “field perspective” while delivering a wide array of services related to inspections, site visits and employee education. In addition to being a certified American Red Cross Instructor for First Aid/CPR/AED, Brandon has earned certificates from the National Safety Council that include Specialist in Safety & Health and Advanced Safety as well as being a certified equipment instructor through the IVES Training Group.

BRANDON BLACK

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TUESDAY SEMINARS

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Construction Contractors in the Age of Artificial Intelligence and Automation The world is fast-changing. Artificial intelligence, automation, and robotics are infiltrating every sector of the supply chain in our “information world”. Over the next 30 years, the construction contractors white collar jobs are more at risk to be automated than the traditional blue-collar jobs. There is a movement to increase the value of these services, by increasing their efficiency and effectiveness. The workers of the future who will not be automated are professionals who can identify and utilize expertise. These are the “Construction Contractors of the Future”. They must adapt to the new age of artificial intelligence, information systems and automation. Dr. Dean proposes that identifying and utilizing expertise to cut cost and dominantly increase performance is the only way to secure their future positions. The way to do this is called the Best Value Approach. He proposes construction contractor professionals need to increase their responsibilities and minimize their workload. The “Construction Contractors of the Future” is a different paradigm from the traditional professional. They will use simplicity instead of technical complexity and utilize the language of metrics to simplify. They affect the entire supply chain by bringing efficiency, simplicity, and transparency. The “Construction Contractors of the Future” must learn this new paradigm, vocabulary, and actions 2.5 to be successful and sustainable in the future. PROJECT Fee: $225 per person

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Dr. Dean Kashiwagi | Kashiwagi Solution Model Inc. – Mesa, AZ Dr. Dean Kashiwagi is an innovator and a researcher of “cutting edge technology” in the areas of project management, risk management, procurement, and performance information. His accomplishments include being the most prolific researcher at the Del E. Webb School of Construction at Arizona State University with $18M of research funding solely from the private sector. He is the author of the Information Measurement Theory (IMT), Performance Information Procurement System (PIPS), the Best Value Approach (BVA), and the Performance Information Risk Management System (PIRMS). He is also responsible for the licensing of the Best Value Approach (BVA) intellectual property at Arizona State University. His research area is a technology made for the future and replaces the human cognitive process (thinking and decision making) of project/facility/supply chain managers with a simple structure of alignment rules. The BVA allows project/facility/supply chain managers to increase their responsibilities and create value, while reducing their workload and cost.

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DR. DEAN KASHIWAGI


Crucial Conversations for Mastering Dialogue Whenever you’re not getting the results you want, it’s likely an important conversation either hasn’t happened or hasn’t been handled well. In fact, both individual and organizational success are largely determined by how quickly, directly, and effectively we speak up when it matters most. At the heart of healthy and high-performance organizations are people willing and able to hold Crucial Conversations. In this seminar, we’ll take time to engage in rich discussion, experience real-time practice, and leave with skills to help you address situations and topics that have previously seemed off limits or too difficult to tackle, like difficult terminations, lack of trust or respect, employees or business contacts not meeting expectations, and more. Come ready to learn, practice and implement important skills and become an influencer in 2.5 your organization. LEADERSHIP

Fee: $225 per person

Pam Dykstra | Crucial Learning – Urbandale, IA Pam is an experienced Master Trainer with a demonstrated history of working in the professional training & coaching industry. Skilled in customer service, coaching, organizational development, team building, and public speaking. She has been facilitating Crucial Learning workshops for the past sixteen years. Prior to that time, Pam was a learning and development consultant for Wells Fargo where she fostered a deep passion and love for classroom facilitation. She invokes a fun learning atmosphere, along with a safe and candid learning environment. She has had the privilege of speaking before insurance professionals, executives, healthcare providers, scientists, biologists, PAM DYKSTRA machinists, professional painters, educators, chemists, financial professionals, and more. Pam raised her hand early when Crucial Learning (then VitalSmarts) chose to develop and offer a virtual learning option, beginning in 2014, and added a virtual instructor led training skill set in 2016.

Transition to Leadership Helping people have a successful transition into a leadership role has never been more important. Unfortunately, people are often put into leadership roles and are not fully equipped with the knowledge, skills, and tools they need to excel in their roles. It is often assumed that effective team members will be able to lead others well, but the skills, insights, and vision required of effective leaders must be learned, practiced, and developed over time. Transition to Leadership helps new and aspiring leaders learn how to form relationships and networks, build their team, increase their self-awareness, and drive results through the work of others. This hands-on, dynamic learning experience exposes new leaders to the common obstacles encountered when moving into a leadership position and teaches them strategies to overcome those challenges so they can maximize their effectiveness as a leader.

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Fee: $225 per person

Dr. Steve Stowell | Center for Management & Organizational Effectiveness – Sandy, UT Dr. Steve Stowell is the Founder and President of the Center for Management and Organization Effectiveness, Inc. (CMOE) which was created in 1978 for the purpose of helping individuals and teams maximize their effectiveness and create strategic competitiveness. Steve’s special interests lie in helping leaders and organizations transform into high-performance cultures that are focused on long-term, sustained growth. Over the past 30 years he has consulted with both small and large corporations, government agencies, school systems, and non-profit organizations in 35 different countries. Dr. Stowell earned his BS in Economics, his MS in Management, and his PHD in Psychology from the University of Utah.

DR. STEVE STOWELL

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Data Driven Decision Making for Construction Companies Let the RSM team introduce you to technology that will bring a better understanding of the business cases for a data driven approach to provide additional value to your organization. Hear why many companies are 2.5 LEADERSHIP pursuing investments in fully developed and aligned digital strategies. Explore the possibilities of having accurate data available for analysis, reporting, modeling, and planning. In this informative seminar, we will address digital transformation, data-driven decisions, and an introduction to data analytics and corporate performance management. In addition, attendees of this seminar will see a demonstration of how your construction company can achieve meaningful insights into benchmarking, WIP (Work in Progress) reporting, margin fade analysis, cash flow forecasting and labor utilization.

Fee: $225 per person

Loretta Keyes | RSM US LLP – Omaha, NE Loretta’s focus for the past nine years at RSM US LLP has been on financial strategy, operating models, driving improved reporting and analytics, and elevating the CFO and Finance office’s capabilities. She works with project owners to optimize process efficiencies and to utilize technology to create strategies that align the accounting and finance operations with financial reporting and information needs directly with the project’s strategic goals. Loretta brings fourteen years of controller experience to the Technology Consulting Practice of RSM. As a director with the LORETTA KEYES Technology Solutions group, Loretta focuses on the implementation of Corporate Performance Management Systems such as Prophix, Host Analytics and Adaptive Insights, while keeping an eye out for opportunities for process improvement and organizational efficiencies at each client site. Loretta earned her BS in Accounting and MS in Accounting from the University of Phoenix.

Becky Strope-Boggus | RSM US LLP – Des Moines, IA Becky brings over seven years of technology and management consulting experience and has worked in a variety of engagements across different industries. She is focused on IT assessments, digital strategy and IT governance, and system selections for clients in industries such as manufacturing, industrial products, real estate, and nonprofits. She has also done extensive work in business analysis and data requirements gathering for large-scale system implementations. Becky earned he BA in Print Journalism from Bob Jones University in Greenville, SC.

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BECKY STROPEBOGGUS


The Art of Significance – Achieving the Level Beyond Success In our rapidly changing world where most leaders focus on what makes our generations different, this seminar will focus on the twelve Highest Universal Laws from his bestselling book The Art of Significance Achieving the Level Beyond Success, which make us all the same --- obedience, perseverance, stretching, trust, truth, winning, doing right, harmony, acceptance, being needed, covenants, and forgiveness. Using his three-step A.R.T. process, Dan will take attendees on an intellectual and emotional roller coaster ride that will increase leadership awareness, refinement, passion, and potential toward an action plan for transformation. 2.5 LEADERSHIP

Fee: $225 per person

Dan Clark | Dan Clark & Associates – Salt Lake City, UT Dan is the founder and CEO of an international leadership development company, a high-performance business coach, New York Times best selling author, university professor, primary contributing author to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, international podcaster, gold record songwriter, and an award-winning athlete who fought his way back from a paralyzing injury that cut short his football career. See Dan’s complete bio on page 18. DAN CLARK

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MASTERS AWARD LUNCHEON SPONREDBY

Tuesday, March 1, 2022 11:45 am – 1:45 pm Fee: $45 per person You are invited to celebrate industry excellence at the Masters Award Luncheon. Enjoy lunch and a motivational and engaging keynote presentation by leadership development expert and bestselling author, Dan Clark. The highlight of this event is the recognition of the 2022 Masters Awards that recognize the exceptional efforts of construction teams in executing the process of completing a project and is awarded in three categories. In addition, we will recognize the 2022 Master Builder Achievement Award recipients for their educational accomplishments.

This event sells out quickly, so register early to secure your tickets!

KEYNOTE BEING SIGNIFICANT IN YOUR SPACE - Mastering Excellence & Building a Legacy! Being Significant in your space is a long-term commitment that strives for excellence in all areas of human life. The ability to master, lead and deliver on promises along with consistent outstanding expertise takes decades to develop. Achieving a level of success is not based on riches, but rather on relationships, commitments, and long-term loyalty to others! Dan Clark is one of those individuals who has experienced both the lowest valleys and highest atmospheric opportunities humanly possible. His message of passion and commitment will rock your very core and give you the confidence to keep striving to be your BEST no matter the challenge! Dan is the founder and CEO of an international leadership development company, a high-performance business coach, New York Times bestselling author, university professor, primary contributing author to the Chicken Soup for the Soul series, international podcaster, gold record songwriter, and an awardwinning athlete who fought his way back from a paralyzing injury that cut short his football career. Dan was inducted into the National Speakers Hall of Fame – and has been named one of the top ten motivational speakers in the world. Dan has spoken to Fortune 500 companies, Super Bowl Champions, NASA, and to our combat troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Asia and Africa.

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The State-of-the-Art Construction Contractor Process to Delivering Services The Best Value Approach (BVA) is a construction contractor approach that uses automation in the procurement and project management function to create simplicity and increases the responsibilities and value of industry professionals’ work but reduces their workload. The BVA replaces complexity and decision making of the CC professional with the identification and utilization of expertise. It has been proven to cut cost by 30%, deliver on time, minimize contractor risk, and change orders to less than 1%, and uses the language of performance metrics to communicate and create transparency. It is backed by 28 years of research test results (2,000+) to validate its concepts. The BVA changes the paradigm from an owner controlled to a vendor-controlled 2.5 environment. It changes the contractual passing of risk to the mitigation of risk PROJECT by the expert vendor. Instead of using the traditional approach of risk transfer, MANAGEMENT it utilizes the contractor’s ability to preplan and track time and cost deviations to mitigate risk. It answers many of the research questions involving prequalification, contractor performance metrics and how to increase the performance of projects in any service.

Fee: $225 per person Dr. Dean Kashiwagi | Kashiwagi Solution Model Inc. – Mesa, AZ Dean’s complete biography can be found on page 14.

Crucial Skills for Holding Ourselves and Others Accountable

DR. DEAN KASHIWAGI

Wherever two or more people cohabitate or collaborate, interpersonal problems emerge. Our ability to prevent and resolve these problems largely depends on how well we hold one another accountable to standards, expectations, promises and commitments. In fact, accountability is a major marker between healthy and unhealthy relationships and organizations. As people improve in their ability to hold one another accountable, they also improve trust, responsibility, efficiency, engagement, and performance. In this seminar, we’ll introduce a straightforward process 2.5 for resolving performance problems, strengthening trust and reliability, and LEADERSHIP eliminating inconsistency. We’ll share strategies and skills for holding ourselves and peers accountable—regardless of position or authority.

Fee: $225 per person Pam Dykstra | Crucial Learning – Urbandale, IA Pam’s complete biography can be found on page 15.

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PAM DYKSTRA


Team Alignment and Enhanced Team Communication Building greater team alignment and enhancing communication across teams enables organizations to achieve exceptional results. Aligned teams work towards the same vision and strategy and know how to leverage strengths and coordinate action to overcome operational issues and achieve important goals. In this Team Alignment seminar, team leaders and team members explore practical strategies for creating a clear direction, aligning efforts, and finding solutions to operational challenges. These tools and strategies will enhance communication and build connections within teams and across the organization enabling people to address challenges, drive important change, and capture new business opportunities in the short and long run effectively and efficiently.

2.5 LEADERSHIP

Fee: $225 per person Steve Stowell | Center for Management & Organizational Effectiveness – Sandy, UT Steve’s complete biography can be found on page 15.

DR. STEVE STOWELL

Implementation and Execution of a Scheduling Quality Control Program In this dynamic seminar, attendees will learn how to build quality schedules from the start, implement a schedule scoring system, and have a valuable delay management program in place. We will begin by discussing typical steps of a construction project from design, preconstruction, procurement, construction, commissioning, owner occupancy to closeout. Also discussed will be the factors that affect the development and execution of the schedule including project size, weather, resources, and permits. In addition, we will explore a schedule from the baseline to final completion. The second half of the seminar will help attendees better understand the correlation between scheduling and risk management, risk identification, and how to prepare for delays.

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Fee: $225 per person Amanda Stanek | Encore Group – Henderson, NV Amanda has an extensive background in project management consulting for construction. Ms. Stanek’s background as a consultant, teacher, and expert range from $1 million to $4.6 billion, with experience in the management of construction projects ranging from heavy civil, infrastructure, hotel/casino, and commercial construction projects. Having worked on a multitude of projects, she understands critical path management in project development and construction from the early conceptual design phases, through procurement and bidding, to successful execution of the project plan, closeout and dispute resolution. In addition, she evaluates current procedures and recommends changes to improve the efficiency of planning and scheduling of projects. Moreover, Ms. Stanek has presented and negotiated delay claims for clients including time impact analyses, requests for equitable adjustments, disruption and loss of productivity, accelerations, and standard of care disputes.

AMANDASTANEK

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Bridging the Leadership Gap – How to Be More Resilient, Connected, and Creative This interactive learning experience will help leaders identify and discover new ways to communicate with your team, drive and establish sales, while establishing a culture of collaboration. This hands-on seminar will address realistic issues that will allow leadership teams to understand the every-day 2.5 challenges and how to bridge the gap with our communication. Leaders LEADERSHIP need to understanding the power of forming stronger human connections, establishing stronger relationships with customers and throughout your organization. Creativity and intentionality are key elements to giving leaders a better perspective to grow the organization. Bridging the Leadership Gap is an integral part to provide a stronger foundation helping improve and grow in a competitive market. Bridge the Gap and build a better team!

Fee: $225 per person Dustin James | Moments Leadership – Bettendorf, IA Dustin is America’s top corporate energizer and trainer. He is on a mission to elevate the workplace, helping corporations increase sales performance, building resilient, connected, and creative leaders. This motivational speaking powerhouse is a leadership trainer who takes energy and engagement to an entirely different level. He has presented to over 500,000 individuals inperson and virtually throughout the United States. His interactive learning experiences motive and inspire through massive crowd engagement, creativity, and professional story telling. Dustin has DUSTIN JAMES been a top performer in 4 different industries, he is a proud husband and father of two, he is a serial entrepreneur, a TEDx Speaker, and John Maxwell Certified Coach.

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BUILD IOWA AWARD DINNER March 1, 2022

SPONREDBY

5:00 – 6:00 pm - Reception 6:00 – 8:00 pm – Program & Dinner Fee: $50 per person

includes Reception, Dinner & Program

Join industry colleagues and peers for an inspiring keynote by Iowa native, Chris Norton along with the presentation of MBI’s prestigious Build Iowa Award. Initiated in 1989 and inspired by the MBI motto, the Build Iowa Award is presented annually to an honoree who best exemplifies the tenets of our association – Skill, Integrity, and Responsibility. The honoree is judged by the manner in which they have performed within the construction industry, as well as their community.

KEYNOTE The Power to Stand! Whether in business, community, or in our personal lives, every person or organization will face adversity, uncertainty, and change. Despite being knocked down, the successful ones find The Power to Stand. They are resilient and learn how to respond and adapt. We all have choices…we can let unfortunate situations define us or we can refuse to let our lives be shaped by circumstance. Perseverance in challenging times isn’t about the physical act of standing… it’s about attitude, and the ability to shape yourself in the face of adversity. In this powerful keynote message, Chris Norton will share his story to motivate and inspire you, your team, and your company stand in the face of adversity, stand for an idea, and stand to empower the world! Chris was born and raised on Bondurant, Iowa and as a freshmen football player at Luther College in Decorah, Chris got knocked down…Hard!! He saw the opening for a tackle, but mistimed his tackle by a split second. Instead of taking down the returner with his shoulder, his head collided with the ball carrier’s legs. In an instant, Chris lost all feeling and movement from the neck down. Chris was told he had a 3% chance to ever be able to move again. With the support of his friends, family, faith, and the love of his life, Emily, Chris proved the doctors wrong, and walked the stage at graduation. Most recently, walked Emily 7 yards down the aisle of their wedding. They are now foster parents and have adopted 5 girls. Chris’ life story titled 7 Yards was released in 2021 and is available on Netflix, Amazon Prime and AppleTV.

CHRIS NORTON The Power to Stand! Wellington, FL

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SAFETY DAY SCHEDULE

CUST OMIZ YOUR E TRAIN IN TRAC G K!

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 7:00 am – 5:00 pm

ONE DAY – FOUR SESSIONS – you choose what is right for you. Each session has six options from which to choose. The registration fee entitles the participants to choose the combination that provides the best value to you. Safety Day Registration: 1st Person - $300 | 2nd Person + - $250 from same company

7:00 - 8:00 AM

SESSION I

Fee Includes: Safety Awards Breakfast, Lunch and Admittance to all four Safety Day Sessions

Understanding and Implementing OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)

(SPANISH) What Goes Up Must Come Down!! Stairway and Ladder Safety

1 Ecological Credit

1 Safety Credit

Safety Incentive Programs for High Peforming Organizations 1 Leadership Credit

Iowa OSHA Update

Avoid the Shock - Electrical Safety Awareness

1 Safety Credit

1 Safety Credit

Don’t Fall for the Hazards - Ladder and Stairway Safety Awareness 1 Safety Credit

3:00 - 5:00 PM

1:45 - 2:45 PM

SESSION IV SESSION III

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

SESSION II

8:15 - 9:45 AM - Safety Awards Breakfast Infection Prevention Considerations in Healthcare Design, Construction and Maintenance 2 Ecological Credits

(SPANISH) No Fall Zone! Fall Protection Awareness 2 Safety Credits

Six and a Half Simple OSHA Recordkeeping Tools to Prove Value, + Incident Gain Cooperation Investigations and Save Lives 2 Leadership Credits 2 Leadership Credits

Fall Prevention & Protection in Commercial Construction

Don’t Collapse on Scaffolding Safety 2 Safety Credits

2 Safety Credits

12:00 - 1:30 PM - Lunch & Exhibitor Reception Funky Things in the Air 1 Ecological Credit

(SPANISH) OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) 1 Safety Credit

EMR, TRIR, & DART - Managing Leading and Lagging Indicators of PreQualification

Proactive Safety Analytics for World Class Safety 1 Leadership Credit

1 Leadership Credit

Life Saving Fire Protection and Prevention Strategies

(SPANISH) Elevate Your Game Scaffolding Safety

Braving Safety Venturing Below the Surface

2 Ecological Credits

2 Safety Credits

2 Leadership Credits

Physical Capacity Profile - Uncover What is Difficult to See Before You Hire (3:00 - 4:00pm)

Fleet Safety - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Iowa Contractors 1 Safety Credit

Safety From Policy to Passion 2 Leadership Credits

Reach for the Sky! Aerial Lift Safety Awareness 1 Safety Credit

Don’t Get Buried - Hands on Trench Safety 2 Safety Credits

1 Leadership Credit

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SESSION I Wednesday, March 2, 2022 7:00 – 8:00 am

Understanding and Implementing OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) In order to ensure chemical safety in the workplace, information about the identities and hazards of the chemicals must be available and understandable to workers. OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) requires the development and dissemination of information that will be provided in this seminar. The new Safety Data Sheet format, workplace labels, and training requirements will be discussed.

Presenter: Terry Lively, Marsh & McLennan Agency – Sioux Falls, SD 1 ECOLOGICAL CREDIT

What Goes Up Must Come Down!! Stairway and Ladder Safety (Spanish) This seminar will address stairway and ladder use as per 29CFR1926 Subpart X. Participants will leave with knowledge of how to recognize potential hazards, identify ways to minimize these hazards, describe the proper construction, use, placement, and care in handling of stairways and ladders, choose the best equipment for a given task, and industry best practices.

Presenter: Daniel Ramir | Latino Worker Safety Center – Chicago, IL 1 SAFETY CREDIT

Safety Incentive Programs for High Performing Organizations In this seminar, Ryan will share the performance matrix he and his company customdesigned and implemented at Key Cooperative here in Central Iowa. The matrix is a weighted approach for all levels of the organization and Ryan will explain and discuss how the system has motivated and recognized top performers. Safety is an equal distribution in the leading metrics for the matrix, this seminar will be a good idea sharing opportunity for those looking to re-vamp their performance bonus/profit sharing program.

Presenter: Ryan Janssen | Key Cooperative – Roland, IA

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SESSION I Wednesday, March 2, 2022 7:00 – 8:00 am

Iowa OSHA Update During this seminar, we will discuss the most frequently cited issues in the Iowa construction industry. An update of Iowa’s injury and illness trends based upon mandatory reporting requirements will be presented, as well as updates on the confined spaces program in the construction industry. This is definitely a “must attend” seminar!

1 SAFETY CREDIT

Presenter: Chris Downs | Iowa OSHA – Des Moines, IA Avoid the Shock - Electrical Safety Awareness Electricity is not only handy to have around, we are heavily dependent on it at home, work, and especially on commercial construction projects. However, with the benefits of electricity comes risk and if you don’t approach electricity and electrical devices with an abundance of respect, bad things can happen to you and your co-workers. In this important seminar, we will explore statistic’s on electrical fatalities and injuries while discussing tips and strategies to protect yourself around electricity.

Presenter: Bill Speth | Brockway Mechanical & Roofing, Inc. – Burlington, IA 1 SAFETY CREDIT

Don’t Fall for the Hazards – Ladder and Stairway Safety Awareness We depend on stairs and ladders daily to access and accomplish work that is not at ground level. Falls from any height can result in a life changing injury --- 15% of reported injuries are from elevations less than 6 feet. Ladders and stairs are simple tools, but must be set, maintained, and used properly. This interactive seminar will cover potential hazards related to stairs and ladders, how to identify ways to minimize hazards from improper use, and best practices to pre-plan elevated work to determining what tool to use when. Participants will leave this seminar with the knowledge necessary to recognize potential hazards related to stairways and ladders, identify ways to minimize hazards, describe the proper construction, use, placement, and care in handling stairways and ladders, choose the best equipment for a given job, and industry best practices.

Presenter: Mark Wieland | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA 1 SAFETY CREDIT

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SAFETY AWARDS BREAKFAST SPONREDBY

Wednesday, March 2, 2022 8:15 – 9:45 am

Fee: $45 per person Attend the Safety Awards Breakfast with colleagues and peers to celebrate safety excellence in the construction industry. Special guest, Iowa Labor Commissioner Rod A. Roberts will present the Annual Outstanding Company Safety Achievement Awards to a general contractor and specialty contractor; the Safety Professional and Safety Champion Awards to two deserving individuals. Attendees of the breakfast will also be treated to a special keynote presentation by safety author, trainer, and consultant Rodney Grieve.

KEYNOTE Identifying Cultural Hazards When we hear the words “hazard assessment”, we often think of physical and chemical hazards. But what if the biggest hazard in your organization is hidden in your culture? Culture, defined as “the way we do things around here”, is created by your people leaders --- what they say or don’t say, what they do or don’t do. This keynote message will look at some clues that your culture may be contributing to safety failures. In this engaging, informative, and entertaining message, we examine the causes and what leaders, both formal and informal, can do to effectively change your current culture into a culture of success. A culture of success is one that maintains a balance of productivity, quality, and safety. This message looks at how the organizational leaders, from top to bottom, maintain this crucial balance through four elements: experience, knowledge, focus and pace. Being out of balance in any of the elements exposes us to an incident. Rodney is the founder of BRANTA Worldwide, coauthor of SOAR: A Gate-to-Gate Journey of Leadership Essentials, and author of the best-selling Defend Your Profits: Safety Tools for Bottom Line Improvement. He has over 25 years of industry and consulting experience helping organizations, teams, and individuals create a culture of success. Since 2000, Rodney has delivered keynote programs and facilitated safety leadership sessions with clients ranging from construction to food packaging & heavy equipment manufacturing to mining. As a result, he has developed the delivery style and content to be effective anywhere in the organizational structure. Rodney has worked with thousands of leaders, from front-line supervisors to senior executives, throughout North America as well as with groups in Europe, Asia, and Africa. Rodney possesses a Master Degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Denver and a Bachelor of Sciences Degree from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.

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SESSION II Wednesday, March 2, 2022 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Infection Prevention Considerations in Healthcare Design, Construction, and Maintenance This interactive seminar will begin with an overview of infectious agents within the healthcare-built environment, proceeding to a discussion of existing conditions and operational considerations that facilitate transmission of pathogenic components. We will then address the latest design strategies to limit the potential for microbial accumulation. To conclude, we will discuss best in class methodologies through the life cycle of infection prevention measures during maintenance and renovation of healthcare facilities. Attendees will benefit from a holistic 2 ECOLOGICAL view of non-clinical infection prevention measures needed to support the environment of CREDITS care.

Presenter: James (JJ) Jenkins | Construction Infection Control Training Institute – Fort Mill, SC No Fall Zone!! Fall Protection Awareness (Spanish) This informative and interactive seminar will explore the recognition of fall hazards and the methods of fall prevention including the use and operation of guardrail systems, personal fall arrest systems, safety net systems, warning line systems, safety monitoring, controlled access zones, and much more. Utilizing the correct system or equipment in the right situation will be explored and discussed to help assure heightened safety on every project.

Presenter: Daniel Ramir | Latino Worker Safety Center – Chicago, IL

2 SAFETY CREDITS

Six and a Half Simple Tools to Prove Value, Gain Cooperation and Save Lives This always-popular seminar, will enlighten and entertain as we explore the 6½ simple, effective tools to prove value, gain cooperation, and save lives based on years of Rodney’s hands-on experience, observing “the good, the bad and the ugly” of safety. Through his captivating and energetic style, Rodney will motivate attendees to move from profit-eating compliance to profitsaving improvements, exposing the myths of traditional safety and safety management along the way. Companies that implement just a few of the tools presented consistently report an immediate, positive impact on their safety programs. After attending this seminar, attendees of this seminar will not only think differently about workplace safety, they will be armed with the tools necessary to create change.

Presenter: Rodney Grieve | BRANTA Worldwide, Inc. – Sacramento, CA

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SESSION II Wednesday, March 2, 2022 10:00 am – 12:00 pm

OSHA Recordkeeping & Incident Investigations This seminar gives an overview of the OSHA recordkeeping standard 29 CFR 1904 including the expanded reporting requirements, the change in partially exempt industries and newly covered industries. We will explore how to use the OSHA recordkeeping forms, the recording criteria to determine what is a new case or a continuing old case, the criteria for medical treatment and first aid, how to keep records for multiple business establishments and the requirements for record retention and updating. In addition, we will explore strategies for performing quality incident investigations and how recordkeeping and investigations go hand in hand.

Presenter: Corey Hopkins | Dekra – Spencer, IA

2 LEADERSHIP CREDITS

Fall Prevention & Protection in Commercial Construction Falls are among the most common causes of serious work-related injuries and deaths. Each year, falls account for approximately one-third of the total construction fatalities. These injuries and deaths can be prevented by planning ahead of time to get the job done safely, providing the proper fall protection equipment, and training all workers to use the equipment properly. In this seminar, attendees will learn to identify common fall hazards, OSHA requirements, and general guidelines for various fall protection systems in everyday use.

Presenter: Jerry Eslick | Professional Rescue Innovations – Adel, IA Don’t Collapse on Scaffolding Safety

2 SAFETY CREDITS

The purpose of this seminar is to provide basic knowledge of the Code of Federal Regulations 29 CFR Part 1926 Subpart L – Scaffolds. We will focus on supported scaffolds and how the regulations apply to the different types of supported scaffolds which include: Systems, Sectional (Frame and Brace), and Tube & Clamp. Throughout this critically important seminar, we will discuss OSHA training requirements, scaffold access, competent/qualified person, platforms, falling object protection, guardrails/toe-boards, fall protection, rolling towers, hazards, load capacity, support, inspection, and much more.

Presenter: John Hamilton | BrandSafway – Chicago, IL

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Wednesday, March 2, 2022 12:00 – 1:30 pm

Combining To Better Serve You

Fee: $35 per person (if not registered for Safety Day)

Enjoy a buffet lunch and then visit the many exhibits and displays. Experience the latest technologies and innovations in commercial construction equipment, products, and services. Grand prize drawings will be held on stage at the conclusion of the reception and you must be present to win!

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SESSION III Wednesday, March 2, 2022 1:45 – 2:45pm

Funky Things in the Air In this information packed and interactive seminar, we will explore some of the most common materials on commercial construction projects that when disturbed, become airborne, and hazardous to workers, building occupants, and the general public. As we explore the hazards of lead, asbestos, and silica, we will discuss the proper procedures for working under conditions where they are present and address regulations, abatement procedures, air monitoring, protective equipment and much more. Presenter: Jamie Papian | Iowa Lead and Asbestos Safety – Johnston, IA

1 ECOLOGICAL CREDIT

OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) – (Spanish) Do you have chemicals in your workplace? Do you use hazardous chemicals while conducting work operations? If you answered “yes” to either or both of these questions, then this seminar pertains to you. We will take a deep dive into OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard and give you a better understanding of how to use the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) as well as the tasks that must be undertaken to achieve and maintain compliance. Participants will learn how to read the GHS labels and safety data sheets and will be provided with materials to use moving forward. Presenter: Daniel Ramir | Latino Worker Safety Center – Chicago, IL

1 SAFETY CREDIT

EMR, TRIR, & DART- Managing Leading and Lagging Indicators of Pre-Qualification The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Experience Modification Rating (EMR) has been used in contractor pre-qualifications for years, but with the recent changes to the calculation it is becoming increasingly difficult to maintain a 1.00 or below. In this seminar we will address how to build a pro-active plan to manage the EMR along with other pre-qualification factors such as the Total Recordable Incident Rate (TRIR) and the Days Away, Restricted, or Transferred (DART) Rate. Presenters: Aaron Brown | TrueNorth Construction Specialty Group, Cedar Rapids, IA/Sarah Allender | TrueNorth Construction Specialty Group, Cedar Rapids, IA

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SESSION III Wednesday, March 2, 2022 1:45 – 2:45pm

Proactive Safety Analytics for World Class Safety This will be an advanced seminar for those looking for leading cutting-edge data analytics from the world leader in data analytics, calculations, collection, and research in predictive solutions for risk reduction. We will share in-depth data that has been collected and how to utilize artificial intelligence software programming for predicting and mitigating risk in Severe Incident and Fatality (SIF) potential activities. This seminar is targeted at 1 LEADERSHIP companies working towards world-class safety performance. CREDIT

Presenter: Tim Boyer | DEKRA Safety Management Systems – Kansas City, MO Fleet Safety - Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations for Iowa Contractors Contractors who haul their own materials and equipment on state highways with pickups, trailers, and straight trucks have rules to follow even though a CDL may not be required. This seminar will be presented by an Iowa Department of Transportation Motor Vehicle Enforcement officer who will dive into the rules and regulations of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, as well as the State of Iowa, informing participants what needs to be done with the vehicles and the loads prior to pulling out onto the highway to assure safety for the driver, general public, and other motorists. Presenter: Kurt Miene | Stockton Towing – Sioux City, IA

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Reach for the Sky! Aerial Lift Safety Awareness In this informative seminar, we will explore fall protection and aerial safety and their correlation to OSHA citations. In addition, we will dive into the ANSI regulation and deviations surrounding the new design changes to aerial equipment. Finally, we will address safety in and around the equipment, training requirements, and what contractors should be doing to assure safety when using aerial lifts. Presenter: Luke Borlee | United Rentals, Inc. – Ft. Myers, FL 1 SAFETY CREDIT

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SESSION IV Wednesday, March 2, 2022 3:00 – 5:00pm

Life Saving Fire Protection and Prevention Strategies This interactive and life-saving seminar will feature two different perspectives in the area of fire protection and prevention. One perspective is from the safety side of the commercial construction space and will address the OSHA standards as well as overall jobsite safety. The other perspective will come from the fire services side of the equation where high-level strategies and best practices will be discussed. This seminar is an excellent opportunity to get multiple perspectives on the many topics, concerns, and issues surrounding fire safety, protection, and prevention that exist on a commercial construction job site. Presenters: Mike Whitsell | West Des Moines Fire Department, West Des Moines, IA/Brandon Black | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA

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Elevate Your Game – Scaffolding Safety - (Spanish) All too often when entering a construction site, several unsafe hazards associated with the onsite scaffolding are visible. If observant, everyone at some point has witnessed scaffold looking dicey -- missing braces, planks split or even the lack of planking all together. This seminar will focus on the basics of scaffold, what OSHA requires, as well as the basic right to provide a safe working environment for everyone! Do you have to have base plates and mudsills? What about bracing? What does it mean for a scaffold to be “fully planked?” Find out the answers to these questions and more, as well as participate in a practical inspection activity. Presenter: Daniel Ramir | Latino Worker Safety Center – Chicago, IL

2 SAFETY CREDITS

Braving Safety – Venturing Below the Surface OSHA recently celebrated its Golden Anniversary; what a perfect opportunity to go deeper in your safety journey. During this interactive seminar, we will explore measures your team can implement to improve risk control and organizational outcomes. Attendees will learn valuable risk control techniques while addressing topics such as pre-planning - don’t get trapped, what you permit - you promote, and determining the “level of risk” and proper control measures. We will also dive into effective communication practices, being a “chain breaker” by preventing at-risk behaviors; the benefits of developing a utility locate and hit plan; and finally, being kind to yourself and celebrating small victories on the way to the goal. As a bonus, UFG’s Worth It Distracted Driving presentation, will be highlighted to help ensure you “Arrive Alive” for all those personal endeavors you have planned after the conference. 2 LEADERSHIP Presenter: Mark Pierson | UFG Insurance – Cedar Rapids, IA

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SESSION IV Wednesday, March 2, 2022 3:00 – 5:00pm

Physical Capacity Profile – Uncover What is Difficult to See Before You Hire (This seminar will be held 3:00 – 4:00 pm)

In this informative webinar, we will explore techniques and tools available to contractors for use during the pre-employment screening process. The physical capacity profile technology helps organizations in establishing minimal thresholds for each job description and assists in building capacity profile for potential employees. This profile helps the organization confirm that the potential hire is physical fit for the task and rigors of the job and informs the potential employee of underlying conditions or physical discrepancies. Presenter: John Olson | Physical Capacity Profile – Salina, KS

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Safety From Policy to Passion This seminar explores the evolution from a traditional safety culture to an engaged culture owned and driven by an empowered and impassioned workforce. Traditional (lagging indicators) and innovative (leading indicators) performance metrics will be reviewed. This information is intended for experienced safety and operations leaders seeking to accomplish world-class performance levels sustained by an engaged workforce. We will explore how incorporating a passion for safety can change an organization and provide a motivating case study. This seminar is a great opportunity for organizations who desire to be top in class in all things they do, especially safety. Presenters: Joe Melton | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc., Des Moines, IA Diana McCartney | MFA Incorporated – Columbia, MO

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Don’t Get Buried - Hands on Trench Safety Working inside of a confined space exposes employees to many risks, including toxic substances, electrocutions, explosions, and asphyxiation. When a worker is overcome by one of these hazards, his/her chance of survival may hinge on the level of planning and training that has been done prior to entering the space. In this interactive and hands-on seminar, you will learn the different options for confined space rescue both inside, and outside of your company, as well as how to best prepare for a rescue prior to an employee entering the space. Presenter: Jerry Eslick | Professional Rescue Innovations – Adel, IA 2 SAFETY CREDITS

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Sarah Allender | TrueNorth Risk Solutions, Cedar Rapids, IA Sarah Allender has over a decade of experience in working with construction and general industry clients. She enjoys working with clients on enhancing their current safety culture and working with leadership on effectively communicating safety. Sarah is the president of the ASSP-NE Iowa Chapter, serves on planning committees for the Iowa Women in Safety and Hawkeye on Safety conferences and is an adjunct professor at Kirkwood Community College.

Brandon Black | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA Brandon began his career as a card-carrying member of the Carpenter’s Local Union #106 and was previously employed with an ENR Top Specialty Contractor where he worked on the site of Microsoft’s large Data Center project in Des Moines. This opportunity allowed him to look at construction project safety from a different perspective, all the while providing him knowledge growth of “whole-project” safety. Brandon now helps to provide a well-rounded safety-mentality to job sites and provides the CSSI team with a “field perspective” while delivering a wide array of services related to inspections, site visits and employee education. In addition to being a certified American Red Cross Instructor for First Aid/CPR/AED, Brandon has earned certificates from the National Safety Council that include Specialist in Safety & Health and Advanced Safety as well as being a certified equipment instructor through the IVES Training Group.

Luke Borlee | United Rentals, Inc. – Ft. Myers, FL Luke has been with United Rentals for over 14 years in various roles within safety, focusing on customer training. In his current role, he helps safetyconscious companies obtain and track employee safety certifications. Luke puts his Bachelors in Communications to use, presenting on equipment safe use and jobsite safety. He is a Certified Master Instructor on forklifts, mobile elevated work platforms, earth moving equipment, fall protection and more. Luke is also an 18-year USAF vet. While serving, he instructed Airmen on fall protection and confined space entry, earning an Associates in Aviation Maintenance & Technology.

Tim Boyer | DEKRA Safety Management Systems – Kansas City, MO Tim has over 30 years’ experience working with software development, artificial intelligence development, safety metric indicator and collection management. Tim has been working with leading-edge development for the past 20 years in enterprise safety management systems, behavioral safety, artificial intelligence, analytic development and predictive analytics. Tim has spent the past five years focusing on leading international development for worldwide leaders in class organizational reliability analytics.

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Aaron Brown | TrueNorth Construction Speciality Group,Cedar Rapids, IA Aaron began his insurance career at age 17 working for an insurance agency in Anderson, Indiana. Upon graduating from college, Aaron relocated to Iowa to pursue an opportunity in commercial insurance. While working in the industry, he quickly found a passion for working alongside contractors, and built a special niche helping and educating contractors in higher hazard industries with multi-state operations. Aaron now works with contractors all over the country assisting with insurance coverage analysis, claims issues, EMR Cost Containment, and building long term strategic plans for risk management and safety. He has a very unique, “outside of the box” way of thinking while maintaining strict documented processes that are contractor specific, and built by the TrueNorth-Construction Specialty Group. Aaron earned his BS on Political Science from Purdue University.

AARON BROWN

Chris Downs | Iowa OSHA – Des Moines, IA Chris has been a safety and health consultant with Iowa OSHA Consultation & Education since 2014. He travels the state of Iowa providing compliance assistance and education to employers in all industries so that they can take charge of eliminating workplace hazards and to minimize risk to their employees. He is a 10-year Navy combat veteran with deployments around the world and experience onboard nuclear submarines, where he fulfilled safety responsibilities. Continuous improvement of safety and health management systems was not only mandatory, it was necessary for the successful completion of missions and to ensure that everyone on the team returned home to their families.

CHRIS DOWNS

Jerry Eslick | Professional Rescue Innovations – Adel, IA Jerry is a thirty-six-year veteran in fire service and recently retired from the West Des Moines Fire Department as the Deputy Chief of Training. He is currently a Field Staff Instructor for the Fire Service Training Bureau and owner/instructor for Professional Rescue Innovations. Jerry began his career in the Air Force as an ARFF firefighter. After 4 years of active duty, he and his wife came back to Iowa to raise a family. At that time, he joined the Des Moines Fire Department and within eight years was in charge of the training department. He left the Des Moines Fire Department for the opportunity to be the Chief of Fort Dodge, Iowa. Another career change came with the new position on the West Des Moines Fire Department where he retired after 17 years of service. He retired after twenty-one years of service from the Air National Guard in Des Moines. In 2008, Jerry received the Iowa Society of Fire Service Instructor’s “Instructor of the Year Award”. As a result of developing Professional Rescue Innovations, Jerry has been teaching fire/rescue related programs to fire departments in the Midwest as well as safety programs focused on industry needs for the past 23 years.

JERRY ESLICK

Rodney Grieve | BRANTA Worldwide, Inc. – Sacramento, CA Rodney’s complete biography can be found on page 28.

RODNEY GRIEVE

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John has over 20 years of construction and safety compliance experience and has been with BrandSafway for 10 years. He is a CHST, is an Authorized OSHA Outreach Trainer and a Mine Safety Health Administration (MSHA) 46 trainer. As a Regional EHS Manager for BrandSafway he supports the operation teams throughout different geographic areas of the country. John focuses on influencing culture change through relationship building with the field level employees through management. Safety is his passion, and he has embraced safety as truly being a culture and core value of his, not just a word.

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Corey Hopkins | Dekra – Spencer, IA Corey was born and raised in Sanborn, Iowa. He attended Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, where he graduated in 1992 with a BA in Business Management and a minor in Psychology. He has wide array of work experiences, ranging from sales and support of automated liquid fertilizer equipment to supervising a crew at a soybean processing plant. His safety career began in 1999, when he was tabbed as the Compliance Coordinator at a soybean processing facility in Sheldon, Iowa. During his 21+ years of safety experience, Corey has held safety leadership positions at a hamburger production facility, a manufacturing plant, and an multi location agricultural company. He has valuable experience in hazard recognition, risk assessment, incident investigation (including root cause analysis), and behavioral safety. Corey’s strong belief in the effectiveness of proactive safety cultures has shaped his career and allowed him to improve the cultures of all the companies he has worked with through the years. He has been a speaker at many safety conferences through the years on many different safety topics. His passion is evident to anyone attending one of his seminars.

COREY HOPKINS

Ryan Janssen | Key Cooperative – Roland, IA Ryan is an experienced Director of Environmental Health & Safety with a demonstrated history of working in the agriculture industry. Skilled in environmental awareness, agronomy and grain operations, operations management, and risk management. Ryan thrives as a strong operations and leadership professional with a Master’s degree focused in Educational Leadership and Administration from Iowa State University.

RYAN JANSEN

James (JJ) Jenkins | Construction Infection Control Training Institute – Fort Mill, SC James (JJ) is an Industrial Hygienist, the Owner of Jenkins Risk Management, LLC and the CEO of The Construction Infection Control Training Institute (CICTI). He has a B.S. in Environmental Sciences from the Evergreen State College and completed the Masters of Science in Public Health Program in Industrial Hygiene at the University of South Carolina. JJ has had the opportunity to provide ICRA consulting on hundreds of projects nationwide. From small scale interior renovations to large scale tower additions and vertical expansions. JJ has worked with countless contractors and healthcare systems through very challenging scopes of work. As a by-product of that 20 plus years of experience, JJ founded The Construction Infection Control Training Institute to provide formalized ICRA education and certification to contractors, design firms and hospital staff. CICTI conducts many courses nationwide either onsite or web-based. To date, CICTI has trained and certified thousands of people nationwide in hopes of facilitating a safer environment of care during construction, maintenance and emergency response scenarios.

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Terry Lively | Marsh & McLennan Agency – Sioux Falls, SD As an Employer Services Safety & Compliance Manager, Terry Lively has over 30 years’ experience in safety, compliance and risk management, and insurance loss control. He has worked in a variety of industries including large fleet transportation, chemical manufacturing, construction, full service agricultural businesses, and has led a carrier loss control team. He has expertise in OSHA, EPA & DOT. Terry is a member of the Society for Human Resource Managers and is a member of the Iowa and South Dakota Ag Cooperative Safety Directors Association which he helped found and organize, along with being one of the founding members of the Minnesota association of the same name. Terry holds the Certified Safety Supervisor and Certified Director of Safety designations from the North American Transportation Management Institute along with several other safety specific certifications.

TERRY LIVELY

Diana McCartney | MFA Incorporated – Columbia, MO Diana is the Safety Coordinator for MFA Incorporated, a farm cooperative located in Missouri, Iowa, Arkansas and Kansas. Their central office is located in Columbia, Missouri. Diana is responsible for safety in MFA’s 150 retail locations, wholesale warehouses and manufacturing feed mills. With 35 years at MFA, Diana has utilized many types of safety training and programs. In 2015, MFA embarked on an employee driven Behavior Based Safety Program they called SHIELD, (Safe Habits Improve Employees Lives Daily). It has been a very successful program for MFA, empowering their employees to speak up about safety and have safety conversations with each other. Diana is passionate about their journey in BBS because for MFA, it has been a huge transformation.

DIANA MCCARTNEY

Kurt Miene | Stockton Towing – Sioux City, IA Kurt has over 30 years of experience in law enforcement in the state of Iowa, 22 of which was spent serving as a DOT Vehicle Enforcement Officer. In his role with DOT, Kurt dedicated his career to ensuring safe vehicle operations not only by roadside inspections but also as an outreach trainer. Kurt has also dedicated over 30 years as a volunteer fire fighter and Certified EMT most recently serving the Lawton, Iowa community.

KURT MEINE

Joe Melton | Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA Joe has over a decade of experience in safety and organizational reliability supporting organizations in varying sizes and industries primarily through a lead consultant and director role with large international consulting firms as well as regional firms. Joe has extensive experience in enhancing organizations performance through leadership development, Safety Management Systems, regulatory compliance, predictive analytics, conflict resolution, strategic & operational planning and personnel management. Joe has supported his previous customers through hazard recognition coaching, safety committee development, Behavior Based Safety implementation, support and data analysis. Joe has a passion for assisting organization in their pursuit of safety excellence by identifying and mitigating the most dangerous risk and hazards that leads to a severe incident and fatality potential (SIF). Joe leads by example through positive reinforcement, positive coaching to motivate sustainable behavior change to enhance the overall organizational culture with a dedication to an inclusive safety culture.

JOE MELTON

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John Olson | Physical Capacity Profile – Salina, KS

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John Olson, Exercise Physiologist, received his Bachelor’s of Science Degree from Kansas State University in 1987. He attended the University of Nevada -Las Vegas for graduate studies. From 1987 to 1993, his work background included rehabilitation, cardiac rehab, work hardening and work conditioning. From 1993 until present, he has been employed at Occupational Performance Corporation and has focused on Physical Capacity Profile® testing and its development. He directs the company’s hardware and software development. John has performed consulting services with Fortune 500 companies in the area of job analysis and ergonomics. He has presented and co-presented at the state and national level on the topics of safety, workers’ compensation, and health. John has co-authored articles in the American Journal of Industrial Medicine and in the journal Work.

JOHN OLSON

Jamie Papian | Iowa Lead and Asbestos Safety – Johnston, IA Jamie is the owner and primary training provider at Iowa Lead & Asbestos Safety; a private, statewide company that provides EPA, OSHA and State required training for lead and asbestos professionals as well as inspections, consultation and project management services. His background includes 25 years in the commercial and residential construction industry, and 10 years with Iowa Lead & Asbestos Safety. Jamie is a licensed Lead, Asbestos and HUD Housing inspector, Lead Abatement Contractor, Asbestos Supervisor and Management Planner. He is also an accredited indoor environmentalist for Alliance Environmental Services (an affiliate of Iowa Lead & Asbestos Safety) where he performs environmental testing, lab analysis, and consultation for issues relating to lead, asbestos, water damage and indoor air quality.

JAMIE PAPIAN

Mark Pierson | UFG Insurance – Cedar Rapids, IA Mark joined UFG in 2017. He is a native Iowan who began his risk control career in 1982. His professional assignments include work with various types and sizes of clients in the areas of construction, mining, manufacturing and agriculture. Mark assists clients in analyzing, planning, implementing, measuring and modifying their risk control systems to attain peak performance. He is considered an expert in traditional and behavior-based safety technologies. Mark has developed and delivered safety education sessions for senior management, field/line management and hourly personnel. He embraces a coaching, mentoring and never-stop-sharing approach towards risk control. Mark has a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education and Occupational Safety from Iowa State University. He has been a board-certified safety professional for over 30 years. Professional designations include Associate in Risk Management, Associate in Loss Control Management, Certified Behavior Based Safety Consultant and Authorized OSHA Outreach Instructor - Construction.

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Daniel Ramir, CHST, Latino Worker Safety Center – Chicago, IL Daniel is a Bilingual Safety Professional, Executive Director of the Latino Worker Safety Center (LWSC), authorized construction and general industry Outreach Trainer, American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA) Trainer, American Heart Association Basic Life Support Trainer, and City of Chicago Scaffold Instructor. With over forty years of commercial and industrial experience and a degree in Construction Management, Daniel brings a wealth of knowledge, experience, and certifications to his seminars.

DANIEL RAMIR

Bill Speth, Brockway Mechanical & Roofing, Inc. – Burlington, IA Bill has been in the commercial construction industry for over 30 years and is a journeyman electrician by trade and has taught electrical apprenticeship classes for over 20 years. In 2000 Bill got involved in the safety side of the business and as an OSHA 502 Instructor has taught hundreds of classes including OSHA 10 and 30 Hour. In addition, Bill also carries numerous other certifications including First AID/CPR, Boom / Scissor / MEWP, Forklift Operator, Rigger / Signal Person, and Arc Flash 70E. Early in his safety career, Bill had the opportunity through a Susan Harwood Grant to go to Washington D.C. to help write presentations for the Federal OSHA web site.

BILL SPETH

Mike Whitsell, West Des Moines Fire Department – West Des Moines, IA Mike has dedicated over 30 years to life saving efforts including reviewing building plans for all new and remodeled commercial construction, serving on the Housing Review Committee, and being responsible for all fire investigations and supervising fire investigators. In addition, Mike is responsible for promoting fire safety throughout the city, supervising career firefighters, and inspecting all commercial businesses, schools, daycare centers, nursing homes, and group homes, for appropriate fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, and fire extinguishers.

MIKE WHITSELL

Mark Wieland, Construction Safety Specialists, Inc. – Des Moines, IA Mark has worked in the Safety / Risk Management field for over 25 years, with degrees from DMACC and William Penn University. He has worked in the construction industry for the last 18 years with additional experience in manufacturing, chemical, meat processing and military. He specializes in behavior-based safety identifying exposures in employee training and unsafe behaviors. Mark is certified as a Construction Health & Safety Technician (CHST), as well as an Agribusiness and Farm Insurance Specialist (AFIS). MARK WIELAND

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MASTER BUILDER DESIGNATION PROGRAM Earning Credits at the Winter Conference MBI’s mission is to be the essential resource for improving member performance and promoting a business environment favorable to the construction industry. A key component of facilitating our mission is our education and training programs. MBI has demonstrated a history of offering quality education and training programs for industry leaders, managers, supervisors, and craft workers. This history has been driven by our membership to aid in the continuing quality improvement of their human capital. The high performing members that are part of MBI have long understood the value of making sure that they and their employees are continually engaged in learning in order to remain highperforming organizations. In an effort to recognize those individuals in the industry who believe in the importance of lifelong learning and have demonstrated their desire for personal growth through their participation in the wide array of education and training activities offered by Master Builders of Iowa, we have established the Master Builder Designation (MBD). Master Builder Designation credits are awarded in the areas of Leadership, Project Management, Ecological Construction, Ethics, and Safety with virtually every education program that MBI offers providing credits in one or more of these critical areas. The MBD program is a great tool that will benefit employees and companies by developing a well-rounded, high performing workforce.

LEADERSHIP

PROJECT ECOLOGICAL MANAGEMENT

SAFETY

ETHICS

Available Credits Are Indicated Next to Each Seminar Description

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MASTER BUILDER ACHIEVEMENT AWARD Individuals interested in being awarded the MBI Master Builder Achievement Award need to meet or exceed 150 education and training credits. Upon completion of the required 150 credits, the individual will be recognized at the next MBI Winter Conference and will be presented with a remarkable award that was specifically designed for this program. MBI member firms are encouraged to showcase the accomplishments of employees who have captured the Master Builder Achievement Award to industry partners and owners, as well as on company websites and social media platforms.

How to Enroll To enroll in the Master Builder Designation program and start your journey toward earning the Master Builder Achievement Award, please complete an application and submit it to MBI. To download the fillable application, visit www.MBI.Build/mbd. There is no fee to enroll in the program.

Master Builder Designation Program Minimum of 150 Credits of Training in: Leadership

Minimum 50 Credits

Project Management

Minimum 50 Credits

Ecological

Minimum 20 Credits

Safety Minimum 15 Credits Ethics Minimum 5 Credits Elective Minimum 10 Credits from any or all of the above

MBI Members ONLY

For questions or assistance enrolling into the MBD Program, please contact Tom Fulcher at TFulcher@MBI. Build or (515) 657-4395. To view a complete list of MBI Members enrolled visit www.MBI.Build/MBD

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PERFORMANCE TRACK PRICING MBI Members ONLY The more employees you send from your company, the more money you save! All you have to do is pay a flat fee and gain admittance to the seminar selections that best fit your needs. The Performance Track Package fee entitles participants to choose the seminar combination that provides the best value. Pay only $2,100 and have as many employees attend the performance track seminars held on Tuesday that you want!

MBI ADVANTAGE

SPECIAL PACKAGE PRICING AVAILABLE ONLY TO MBI MEMBERS! PERFORMANCE TRACK PACKAGE: Educational seminars held on Tuesday are included in the Performance Track Package pricing, excluding Adult First Aid/ CPR/AED Certification and awards events. You must register separately for the breakfast, lunch, dinner events, and Monday’s seminars, which are not included in the Performance Track Package – additional fees apply. • • • •

1st Person - $800 2nd Person - $700 3rd Person - $600 4th Person+ - No Charge!

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- SAFETY TRACK BONUS BUYMust have 3 or more employees enrolled in the Performance Track Package on Tuesday to qualify for the Safety Track Bonus Buy pricing.

UNSURE OF YOUR MEMBERSHIP STATUS? Contact Nichole Fry at (515) 657-4386 or NFry@MBI.Build.


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HOTEL INFORMATION Master Builders of Iowa has reserved a block of rooms at the following hotels for your convenience. Please note the cut off date at each different location. Also, remember to provide the Group Code to receive the group pricing rate. After the date noted, all blocked rooms will be released and sold at the regular room rate.

For questions or assistance with registration, contact Nichole Fry at NFry@MBI.Build

HILTON DES MOINES DOWNTOWN 435 Park Street Des Moines, IA 50309 RESERVATIONS: 800-HILTONS (445-8667) ONLINE: www.MBI.Build/hotelhilton

FAIRFIELD INN & SUITES BY MARRIOTT DES MOINES DOWNTOWN 207 Crocker Street Des Moines, IA 50309 RESERVATIONS: 515-350-7997

ONLINE: www.MBI.Build/hotelmarriott

ROOM RATE: $129 CUTOFF DATE: February 7, 2022 GROUP CODE: MBI

ROOM RATE: CUTOFF DATE:

$125

January 28, 2022

GROUP CODE:

MASC

COMFORT INN & SUITES EVENT CENTER 929 3rd Street Des Moines, IA 50309 RESERVATIONS: 515-282-5251

ONLINE:www.MBI.Build/hotelcomfortinn

ROOM RATE: $115 CUTOFF DATE: February 7, 2022 GROUP CODE: IL81U0

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