Capital Projects: Staying on Track in an Era of Uncertainty
Tuesday, April 18, 2023, 9:00 - 10:30 a.m.
Does slow and steady always win the race? Not necessarily, especially when you’re trying to move a new initiative—including an expansion, renovation, or repositioning—from concept to reality. While nonprofit providers of aging services have a reputation for moving slowly and being risk adverse, these qualities can be a particular disadvantage in a tumultuous business climate like ours. During this session, a panel of LeadingAge business members will present best practices for keeping a variety of capital projects on track and on budget, even in the face of such impediments as labor market shortages, inflation, rising interest rates, inflationary construction costs, declining home values, and the shrinking value of stock portfolios. Get great advice from business experts who partner closely with a wide range of LeadingAge members.
Amy Castleberry, Senior Vice President, Ziegler, Chicago, IL
Christie Hinrichs, President/CEO, Tabitha Health Care Services, Lincoln, NE
Stuart Jackson, Executive Vice President, Greystone, Irving, TX
Craig Kimmel, Partner, RLPS Architects, Lancaster, PA
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