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ADSC’s Annual Meeting will be held at the JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort. Join us for a fantastic educational lineup, Board of Director elections, technical committee meetings focused on new and exciting industry developments, Product Presentations, the Final Night Awards Dinner, and an unbeatable networking experience!
Registration Opens October 1, 2019!
|Monday, January 27||8:00am-2:00pm||Golf Tournament (Sign Up Required)||Rattler/Roadrunner|
|1:00pm–5:00pm||Registration||Tucson Reg Desk|
|5:00pm-6:30pm||Welcome Reception||Ania Terrace/Lawn|
|Tuesday, January 28||7:00am-10:00am||Registration||Tucson Reg Desk|
|7:30am-8:00am||Board Closed Session||Tucson I/J|
|8:00am-9:00am||Safety Committee||Tucson G/H|
|9:00am-10:00am||Education Session – Substance Abuse||Tucson A/B/C|
|10:00am-10:30am||Networking Break||Center Foyer|
|10:30am-11:30am||Associates Committee||Tucson I/J|
|11:30am-12:30pm||Lunch||Tucson Salon F|
|12:30pm-2:00pm||Education Session –Construction Challenges-Concrete||Tucson A/B/C|
|2:00pm-3:30pm||Anchored Earth Retention Committee||Tucson G/H|
|Wednesday, January 29||8:00am-9:30am||Chapter Presidents Council||Tucson I/J|
|9:30am-10:00am||Networking Break||Center Foyer|
|10:00am-11:00am||Education Session – Captive Insurance||Tucson A/B/C|
|11:00am-12:15pm||Lunch & Learn: Product Presentations||Tucson Salon F|
|12:15pm-1:45pm||Micropile Committee||Tucson G/H|
|1:45pm-2:45pm||Owners Roundtable||Salon F|
|3:15pm-6:30pm||Bowling – Group Activity (Sign Up Required)||Transportation Provided|
|Thursday, January 30||8:00am-9:00am||Governance Committee||Tucson I/J|
|9:00am-9:30am||Networking Break||Center Foyer|
|9:30am-11:30am||Education Session||Tucson A/B/C|
|11:30am-12:30pm||Lunch||Tucson Salon F|
|12:30pm-1:30pm||Education Session||Tucson A/B/C|
|1:30pm-1:45pm||Networking Break||Center Foyer|
|1:45pm-3:15pm||Drilled Shaft Committee||Tucson G/H|
|3:15pm-4:00pm||Industry Advancement Steering Committee||Tucson D|
|4:00pm-5:00pm||IAF Trustees (Closed Meeting)||Board Room 1|
|6:00pm-7:00pm||Awards Reception||Ania Terrace|
|7:00pm-10:00pm||Awards Dinner||Tucson Salon E/F|
|Friday, January 31||8:00am-10:30am||General Membership Meeting||Tucson Salon E|
Our fourth Owners Roundtable is an interactive and engaging forum allowing owners the opportunity to share with each other concerns and ideas that affect us all. Your thoughts and concerns for your business are important for all of our businesses.
– Succession Planning
– As an association, why can’t we stand united on contractual issues?
– Labor Challenges
– Certification of Operators
Facilitated by Rick Kalson, ESQ., Benesch Attorneys at Law, and Bo Walker, Texas Shafts, this session will include open dialog from principals of construction companies whose opinions help assure that everything is considered when important decisions are made within the association.
Founded 120 years ago when Richard Starr blazed a trail through the Tucson Mountains, Starr Pass is home to the resort, golf school and three nine-hole golf courses designed by Arnold Palmer. The Starr Pass Golf Club site was personally selected by PGA Tour Commissioner Dean Beaman. When he saw the site for the first time, he was instantly inspired by the natural beauty and rugged terrain. With the help of renowned golf course designer Bob Cupp and PGA Tour professional Craig Stadler, they created a world-class TPC golf facility. Starr Pass Golf Club hosted the annual Tucson Open between 1987 and 1996. During that time, the third (#3 Rattler) and fifth holes (#5 Rattler) were rated two of the most difficult on the PGA Tour, with the average score for 18 holes ranking among the highest on tour as well.
A true desert course, natural elements are used as hazards while showcasing majestic vistas of the Catalina Mountains. Legends such as Arnold Palmer, Phil Mickelson, Payne Stewart and Nancy Lopez have carved their way through this historic golf course. *Sign Up is required for participation. Tournament Fee is $300 (rental clubs not included and can be paid for at the clubhouse)
Begin the week by greeting old friends and meeting new ones during the Welcome Reception on the Ania Terrace/Lawn. Stop by for cocktails and light hors d’oeuvres before heading to your dinner reservations with colleagues and friends! *Resort Casual attire is requested.
Bowling Group Outing
Join us for group bowling at a nearby bowling alley. This event is open to all attendees and there are no conflicting meetings. Shuttle transportation will be provided, and shoes and beverages are included in the activity fee. Don’t forget your socks! *Sign Up is required. Activity Fee is $50.
Final Night Awards Dinner
Help us close out the week with a formal dinner celebrating our Annual Award winners, including President’s Awards and our farewell to current ADSC President Dan Thome, Contractor Member of the Year, Associate Member Company of the Year, the presentation of our 2019-2020 Scholarship Recipients, and more! Join us for food, drinks and entertainment. *Cocktail attire is requested.
JW Marriott Tucson Starr Pass Resort
3800 W Starr Pass Blvd, Tucson, AZ 85745
Standard Guest Room Rate: $259/night
Executive Suite Guest Room: $359/night
Luxury Suite: $409/night
Resort Fee: $10/night
Room reservations require a one-night deposit. Cutoff Date for Group Rates is January 5, 2020. Any reservation received after this date will be accepted on a space and rate availability basis only. Rates are good for three days prior and three days post conference, based on availability. Early departures or cancellation of reservations, within seven days prior to arrival, will result in your deposit becoming non-refundable.
A guarantee of one night’s room and tax deposit is required at the time a reservation is made and your card will be charged at the time of reservation. Check-in time is 4:00 p.m. and check-out time is 12:00pm.
The hotel is approximately 25 minutes from Tucson International Airport (TUS). Hotel does not provide shuttle service to/from the airport.
Fly into Tucson International Airport (TUS) for the shortest distance to the JW Marriott.
Complimentary self park is available at the hotel.
Sponsorship opportunities are available through the registration portal. A list of options is provided below, however for current availability, please refer to the registration portal. Options listed below may already be taken. Sponsorships are sold on a first come, first served basis.
Table Top Displays: Include 1 Golf Hole Sponsorship, Promotion in pre-event electronic media and on-site program, Welcome Reception Sponsorship, and 6ft display table in networking area at conference hotel. Table Top Displays: $2,000
|Welcome Reception Bar||$3,500|
|Breakfast (each – 3 available)||$1,500|
|Lunch (each – 3 available)||$1,500|
|Awards Dinner Wine Bottles||$3,500|
|Awards Reception Bar||$3,000|
|Hotel Room Key Cards||$4,000|
|Conference Program Full Page Ad||$300|
|Golf Tournament Breakfast||$500|
Annual Meeting 2020