CMAA Oregon Chapter Events

​​​​​​​CMAA National Events

CMAA Oregon’s 2020 Annual Construction Law Event

​​When:   Thursday, January 9th, 2020

Time:    5:30 PM to 7:30 PM
Where:  Lucky Labrador Tap Room
1700 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217

About the Event
Please join us for an in depth presentation from Sean Gay and Zack Davis of Stoel Rives LLP on the following construction law topics:

  • Best practices when your project is delayed
  • Important project site agreements that you should be thinking about now
  • Dispute resolution: Agreeing to disagree?
  • Recordkeeping and the email/text nightmare​

​​​​      Future Events​​

  • 2/13/20 - Designing to Budget with Erik Gerding of PPS-5:30-7:30pm at Lucky Labrador Quimby
  • 3/12/20 - CMAA OR & ASCE OR Joint Trivia Night! -5:30-7:30pm at Lucky Labrador Quimby

        Recent Past Events

  • 10/18/18 - Site Tour - Grant High School Modernization
  • 11/15/18 – Owner's Forum - Building a Successful Project Team
  • 12/11/18 – Holiday Social & Charity Toy Drive
  • 1/8/19 - CMAA/PEO Joint Event - Steel, Concrete, and Timber: Material Availability, Cost, and Constructability in Today’s Market
  • 2/21/19 - Construction Law with Gary Christensen - When Claims Die: Limitations and Standards of Design and Construction Claims
  • 3/5/19 - Providence Park Expansion Site Tour
  • 3/21/19 - Land Use Requirements for Construction Projects
  • 4/17/19 - Annual Owner's Project Spotlight Event
  • 5/23/19 - DBE Success = Owner’s Success
  • 6/13/19 - 2nd Annual Technology Night
  • 8/13/19 - CMAA/DBIA Joint Event-Lean Construction
  • 9/12 & 9/13/19 - 24th Annual Oregon Construction Law seminar
  • 10/3/19 - Multnomah County Courthouse Site Tour
  • 11/7/19 - Owner's Forum:  How Owners Deliver Billion Dollar Infrastructure Programs
  • 12/9/19 - Holiday Social and Charity Toy Drive

Misconduct Policy for CMAA Oregon Events             

CMAA Oregon Chapter wishes to create a welcoming environment for events and conferences. Attendees are expected to conduct themselves professionally. Prohibited conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1) harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other               protected status, as provided by local, state or federal law; 2) sexual harassment, including unwelcome attention, stalking and physical contact; 3) abusive conduct that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with another person's ability to enjoy or participate in the event, and 4) undue       interruption of any event, speaker or session. Any person who has been subjected to prohibited conduct or who has witnessed such conduct is encouraged to notify a CMAA Oregon BOD member. CMAA Oregon Chapter reserves the right to take any action it deems appropriate in response to such conduct by any person, including removal of that person from the event, prohibiting attendance at future events, and suspension of membership.