The annual AACE International conference is next week, June 24–27th in San Diego, CA. Our own CEO, Nick Papadopoulos will be there along with our Senior Consultant, Tony Colburn. Be sure to stop by their booth, #208 and learn more about Eos Cortex Project History, our next-generation benchmarking solution.
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Topics: Eos Group, Estimating Software, Nick Papadopoulos, Cost Estimating, Project History, Project Controls, AACE, AACEI, benchmarking, Eos Cortex, Cortex, Cortex Project History, Project Analysis, Project Analytics, Tony Colburn
Perspectives from the AACE International Conference 2017 in Orlando
Every year, interest in capturing project cost history grows among the attendees at the annual AACE International conference. This year was no different.
Topics: Cost Estimator, Sage Estimating, Sage Timberline, Cost Estimating Solution, Cost Estimating, Eos Group, Estimating Software, Cortex Project History, Project History, Cortex, AACE, AACE International, AACEI, benchmarking, Conceptual Estimating, Trend Analysis
It's that time of year again! The annual AACE International meeting kicks off on June 11 in Orlando, FL. Our own Nick Papadopoulos will be there presenting our new benchmarking solution, Cortex Project History, on Tuesday, June 13 at 9:30 am.
Topics: Eos Group, Estimating Software, Nick Papadopoulos, Cost Estimating, Cost Estimator, Cost Estimating Solution, Project History, Project Controls, AACE, AACEI, benchmarking, CCG, Conquest Consulting Group
This year’s conference was held at the Sheraton Centre Hotel in Toronto, Canada. Once again, the AACEI staff put on a great conference in a great venue in a great city. For those that haven’t spent time in Toronto (especially in the summer), I highly recommend you find some time to enjoy the city.
Topics: Eos Group, Estimating Software, Nick Papadopoulos, Cost Estimating, Cost Estimator, Cost Management, Total Cost Management, Cost Estimating Solution, Project History, Project Controls, AACE, AACEI
I had the pleasure of attending the 2016 Western Winter Workshop in Indian Wells, CA earlier this month. This year’s event was presented jointly by the AACEI San Francisco Bay Area and Southern California sections. It was my first event after many, many attempts to participate in prior workshops. Naturally, something always got in the way—work, family, vacations, etc.—but not this time.
I just returned from another trip to Las Vegas (the fourth one in the last nine months) to attend the annual AACEI conference. This is the conference to attend if you're interested in cost engineering and total cost management. Attendance was high with close to 800 participants. While it's not unusual to meet clients and prospects focused on buildings and facilities, the conference is best suited to the non-building sector: energy, process, infrastructure, etc.