Clifton at Transportation Association of Canada's 2015 Fall Technical Meetings and Conference in PEI
In recognition of the United Nation’s Decade of Action for Road Safety, the 2015 conference theme, Getting You There Safely, highlights the importance, opportunities and innovations in road safety. From September 24-28, TAC executive will convene in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island for the 2015 Fall Technical Meetings.
Clifton's Jason MacNeil is Chair of the Construction Subcommittee, which facilitates discussion on best practices for administering construction contracts, contracting & outsourcing alternatives, alternative dispute resolution, safety and traffic accommodation in construction. The subcommittee also advocates environmental sensitivity, promotes quality and mitigates traffic impacts in construction.
Jason will also be a panel member discussing the engineering profession, professional development, and leadership. The session entitled Growing Leadership Skills: How do I get to be you? is a forum for early-career and new professionals to learn from TAC leaders on how their career journey was influenced and how a leadership pathway can take surprising turns. Jason will be joined by Clifton's Allan Widger during this panel discussion. Allan is a member of TAC's Envrionmental Council which is a forum for government, industry and academia to discuss environmental issues and concerns related to, or affecting, the transportation sector.
Session: Growing Leadership Skills: How do I get to be you?
Date: Wednesday, September 30, 10:30 - 12:00
Room: Johnston, 2nd Floor, DH
Chair: Lynne Cowe Falls