This is the first in the 2020 series of monthly chapter meetings. It will be held at the Ascension St Vincent YMCA in Evansville, IN on Tuesday February 18 starting at 6 pm.
The new YMCA is a state of the art fitness facility and community center, built to support the YMCA's mission in Vanderburgh County. Opened in September 2019, this $15 million facility replaced the old Y which dated back to the 1920s. The project was underwirtten by financing from the State of Indiana and local industries, notably Skanska, individuals, and the Y itself.
The project was managed in-house by Y COO Jennifer Brown, with design and construction by Skanska, a corporate partner and major donor of project funding. Come and learn from Jennifer and Skanska project executive Barb Daum how the project was put together, financed, designed and constructed. Jennifer and Barb's presentation will be preceded by a guided tour of the new facility.
You and any guests must register for this event using the registration button below. There is no charge for this event. We will be hosted by the Y and PMISWIC will provide some light food and drink, so come ready for an interesting look into this landmark project.
Jennifer Brown has worked for the YMCA for over 25 years. She started at the Vincennes YMCA as the Aquatic Director and is now the Chief Operating Officer for the YMCA of Southwestern IN. She graduated from Purdue University with a BS in Accounting. She was the YMCA representative that oversaw the construction of the Ascension St Vincent and led the YMCA Construction Taskforce Committee.
arb Daum is a Project Executive at Industrial Contractors Skanska. Her construction career spans over 30+ years of building numerous projects throughout the region and across the country, including roads, tunnels, manufacturing facilities, hospitals, commercial buildings, pharmaceutical and educational facilities. Barb had executive oversight for the recently completed Ascension YMCA. Barb holds many credentials such as LEED, Envision, ASQ CQE and safety certifications. Barb is a Habitat for Humanity Board member and avid volunteer for many organizations.
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