Center for Industry Initiatives

 

Maryland Construction and Energy Workforce Solutions Forum

 
Maryland Construction and Energy Workforce Solutions Forum
 

The Maryland Construction and Energy Workforce Solutions Forum held July 21, 2009 at the Airport Marriott Hotel brought together more than 250 industry leaders and other stakeholders from government, education, and the workforce and economic development communities to develop strategies for workforce creation and skills development with the construction, energy and "green" industries. View the Agenda and list of Sponsors. Documents available in PDF format (download Adobe Acrobat for free), PowerPoint format (download PowerPoint viewer for free), and Word format (download Word viewer for free).

We wish to thank our speakers and panelists: Speaker and Panelist Biographies

Governor Martin O'Malley
 Governor O'Malleys message

Bracken Hendricks from the Center for American Progress
 Jobs in the Green Economy
 (PowerPoint document, 1.9MKB, )
 (PDF document, 1.7MB)

Gino J. Gemignani, Jr., Senior Vice President, The Whiting-Turner Contracting Company
 Drivers for the Construction Industry
 (PowerPoint document, 426KB)
 (PDF document, 112KB)

Katherine Magruder, Executive Director, Maryland Clean Energy Center
 Maryland Clean Energy Center
 (PowerPoint document, 263KB)
 (PDF document, 184KB)

Kurt W. Roth, Ph.D., Fraunhofer Center for Sustainable Energy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
 Center for Sustainable Energy Brochure (PDF document, 287KB)

James E. Rzepkowski, Director of Workforce Development, Constellation Energy

Robert L. Wallace, President and CEO, BITHGROUP Technologies
 BITHGROUP Technologies
 (PowerPoint document, 252KB)
 (PDF document, 237KG)

Industry Initiative Draft Reports

Maryland's Construction Industry Workforce Report
 (PDF document, 264KB)
 (Word document, 893KB)

Energy Industry Initiative - Draft Report (PDF document, 709KB)

 
Governor Martin O’Malley delivered remarks before the Maryland Construction and Energy Workforce Solutions Conference. The conference brought together 250 industry leaders to endorse and develop strategies designed for workforce creation and skills development through industry partnerships with the construction, energy and "green" industries.

Governor Martin O’Malley delivered remarks before the Maryland Construction and Energy Workforce Solutions Conference. The conference brought together 250 industry leaders to endorse and develop strategies designed for workforce creation and skills development through industry partnerships with the construction, energy and "green" industries.

 
Breakout Sessions Report
Preparing Maryland's Workforce for the 21st Century - Breakout
 (Word document, 768KB)
 (PDF document, 117KB)