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Baker Construction – Why Sustainability Matters

In this presentation, we'll journey through Baker's legacy from its humble beginnings in 1968 to becoming the nation's largest concrete contractor, driven by innovation and excellence. We'll delve into the importance of sustainability in construction, highlighting our shared responsibility to reduce carbon emissions and adopt greener building practices.


Join us as we explore how collective action can drive sustainability forward, ensuring a better future for our communities. We'll conclude with a Q&A session to address any questions you may have about Baker's initiatives and future goals. Thank you for being a part of this important discussion.


Bob Nussmeier, Vice President of Strategic Clients at Baker Construction, will lead the attendees through Baker's journey. His specialization includes the construction of LNG Terminals, oil and gas facilities, petrochemical plants, nuclear fuels and waste, clean energy power plants, and microchip plants; EPCM execution teams; and embedded carbon emissions reductions through concrete technologies. Bob holds a bachelor's degree in construction management from Purdue University and currently serves as a founding and voting member of ACI 376 - Concrete Structures for the Containment of Refrigerated Liquefied Gases. In addition, Bob is an executive committee member on the board of advisors for the Construction Industry Institute (CII) and previously served as the chair of strategic planning. Baker is the largest concrete and foundations contractor in the U.S., with a strong focus on clean power and energy transition projects.


When: Jul 25, 2024 02:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)


 

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