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I.CON '17: Impact Projects

I.CON: Impact Projects

Date: Wednesday, March 8, 2017 - Thursday, March 9, 2017

Where: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Wednesday, March 8

Mobile Case Study

Time: 7 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Get access to a mix of brownfield re-developments and greenfield developments, with examples of larger scale investments deals, in this intermodal case study. The Mississauga and Vaughan submarkets attract both user/occupiers and tenants who are more linked to intermodal supply chains. This tour will include first- and second-generation space and include interesting large scale re-developments in a more mature but important sub-market in Brampton.

Ticketed event; $50 USD fee. Bus, walking tour. Limited to 50 people. Select your mobile case study during registration.

Industry Connections Networking Event

Time: 11:45 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.

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Attendees can build their network with other like-minded professionals at a new networking session that occurs right before the opening keynote. In just 45 minutes, connect with at least 10 people at the conference that you have never met before. Get the most out of your conference experience with this new, exciting session.

Welcome Remarks and Opening Luncheon General Session

Time: 12:30 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.

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Welcome Remarks:

NAIOP leadership will share welcome remarks during this networking luncheon.


  • Thomas J. Bisacquino, President and CEO, NAIOP
  • Jonathan Tratt, NAIOP Chairman and Principal, Tratt Properties, LLC

Keynote: Trends and Outlooks for North American Ports, Logistics, and the Economy

Hear from 30-year industry veteran K.C. Conway, senior vice president for credit risk management and market intelligence for SunTrust Banks, Inc., as he provides a lively update on North American ports. He’ll separate the facts from fiction, discuss the latest trends and who will benefit the most from them, identify the challenges up ahead, and analyze what shipping consolidation means for ports and industrial real estate.


  • K.C. Conway, Senior Vice President, Credit Risk Management, SunTrust Banks, Inc.

Case Study Previews

Following the keynote address, the project leads for the day’s case studies will provide an overview of their remarkable industrial projects. Attendees have a choice of which project they’d like to further explore in an afternoon session.

Networking Break

Time: 2:30 p.m. - 3 p.m.

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Make new connections and strengthen existing ones.

Dufferin North Distribution and Intermodal Park

Time: 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Dufferin North Distribution and Intermodal site, a 220-acre project of The City of Calgary, is strategically located adjacent to the CP Rail Intermodal Facility, making it an ideal location for major distribution centers and provides a pivotal connection to the global supply chain. As a key transportation hub in Western Canada and a designated inland port, Calgary provides value for efficient goods distribution with superior transportation infrastructure. Using a self-sustaining source of funding that is not tax rate supported, the development did not come without its challenges, including the construction of a new bridge in record time. Discover the project team’s lessons learned on Dufferin North’s successes and challenges, business collaboration and the securing of the project’s anchor purchaser, The Home Depot.

Meet the Team:

  • Ben Gilchrist, Project Manager, Land Servicing, The City of Calgary – Real Estate & Development Services
  • Alex Wihak, Sales Negotiator, Real Estate Sales & Marketing, HBComm, The City of Calgary
Transformation of the Heppenstall Building for Carnegie Robotics

Time: 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Modern robotics companies require a unique set of commercial real estate requirements, including flexible tinker (or maker) space along with top amenities to attract top high-tech talent. Proximity to Carnegie Mellon University’s National Robotics Engineering Center (NREC) is turning a once heavy industrial region of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, into a major attraction for tech-oriented companies. The Regional Industrial Development Corporation (RIDC), a private non-profit, transformed the former Heppenstall building – an old steel mill that had been used for industrial uses – into a modern space for Carnegie Robotics, a spinoff of the NREC. Find out what lessons the project team learned in this transformation and explore how the high-bay building design incorporates a combination of industrial and high-tech uses in one facility.

Meet the Team:

  • Chip Desmone, AIA, President, Desmone Architects
  • Scott Dunkelberger, Deputy Secretary, PA Department of Community & Economic Development - Office of Business Financing
  • Don Smith, President and CEO, Regional Industrial Development Corporation
  • Tim White, Senior Vice President of Development, Regional Industrial Development Corporation
Florida's Gateway

Time: 3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Winter Haven, Florida

Florida’s Gateway, situated in Winter Haven, Florida, between Orlando and Tampa, provides direct access to CSX Winter Haven Intermodal and connectivity to 18 million people within 200 miles. Florida’s Gateway offers build-to-suit space ranging from 200,000 to 1.8 million square feet. The facility features cutting-edge technologies and green design, including ultra-efficient electric cranes that lower terminal emissions, handheld gate scanners that reduce truck idle times and remote switches that increase operational efficiency. Minimizing the environmental impact of the site was a priority from the beginning, with a comprehensive strategy implemented that focused on protecting the area’s wetlands and endangered species. Gain insights from the project team on the unique challenges and opportunities of this development project.


  • Barrie Bloom, Senior Vice President, GEM Realty Capital, Inc.
  • Mark Levy, Executive Managing Director, JLL
  • Carl Warren, Director Industrial Development East, CSX Transportation
Networking Reception

Time: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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Build partnerships with your fellow attendees and continue conversations at the networking reception.

Thursday, March 9

Breakfast General Session: Future Industrial Trends from the Practitioners’ Perspective

Time: 7:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.

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Join this panel of industry insiders as they discuss the full scope of industrial real estate, including demographic and growth trends, investment strategies, the impact of the new president’s administration on cross-border trade, market development for e-commerce real estate, and the trend of companies making real estate locations based on logistics and supply chain management – among many other compelling topics. This power-packed session is a must-attend for anyone looking for insights into the latest industrial news and trends.


  • Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP, Executive Managing Director, National Industrial Practice Leader, Newmark Grubb Knight Frank


  • Jim Clewlow, Chief Investment Officer, CenterPoint Properties
  • Diane Gray, President & CEO, Centreport Canada

Case Study Previews

Following the breakfast general session, the project leads for the day’s case studies will present an overview of their exceptional industrial project. Attendees have a choice of which project they’d like to explore further during the late morning session.

Networking Break

Time: 9:30 a.m. - 10 a.m.

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Visit with exhibitors and sponsors and connect with fellow conference attendees before moving to the late morning case study sessions.

Martignetti Companies

Time: 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Taunton, Massachusetts

Discover the makings of the 680,000-square-foot corporate headquarters for Martignetti Companies, one of the leading distributors of wines and spirits in the United States. The project is located in Taunton, Massachusetts, halfway between Boston and Rhode Island, allowing easy access to both metropolitan areas as well as freeway access for distribution around New England. Uncover the many challenges met by the project team, including land planning issues, site acquisition processes, zoning and land closing challenges, historical requirements and site complexities. The innovative warehouse and office facility (with 120,000 square feet Class A office space), targeting LEED Silver Certification, includes two wine tasting rooms, a sprits tasting bar, training facilities for the sales force of over 600 people and administrative offices for the day-to-day operations of the company. The facility integrates the wine and spirits industry’s most advanced material handling systems and includes a 300,000-square-foot roof solar array.

Meet the Team:

  • Steve Clancy, Partner, CB Richard Ellis
  • Taylor Dowdy, P.E., Senior Project Manager, Associate, BSC Group, Inc.
  • Mike Mitchell, V.P. Real Estate, Planning & Development, MassDevelopment
  • Hank Suominen, Senior Development Project Manager, Commercial Construction Consulting, Inc.
  • Cameron Trefry, LEED AP BD+C, Regional Director, Ware Malcomb
Lehigh Valley

Time: 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Leigh Valley, Pennsylvania

This master-planned development is transforming land once owned by the Lehigh Valley International Airport into 4 million square feet of industrial distribution space. The project is situated near major highways serving the Northeast, however local infrastructure improvements were necessary. To address this, the development team, in partnership with the anchor tenant, FedEx Ground, will provide more than $45 million in road improvements. FedEx Ground’s 1.1 million square foot regional hub, capable of processing 1.2 million packages a day, is the company’s largest regional hub in the U.S. Explore Lehigh Valley and meet the team developing the region into the largest Northeast hub for e-commerce.


  • Don Cunningham, President and CEO, Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation
  • Joe Fitzpatrick, Esquire, Attorney, Fitzpatrick, Lentz & Bubba, P.C.
  • Clark Machemer, Senior Vice President and Regional Development Officer, The Rockefeller Group
Conference Concludes

Time: 11:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

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Thomas J. Bisacquino

Barrie Bloom

Steve Clancy

James N. Clewlow

K.C. Conway

Don Cunningham

Charles L. "Chip" Desmone II, AIA

Taylor Dowdy

Scott Dunkelberger

Joseph A. Fitzpatrick Jr., Esquire

Ben Gilchrist, MBA, PMP

Diane Gray

Geoffrey Kasselman, SIOR, LEED AP

Mark G. Levy

Clark Machemer

Verilyn (Mike) Mitchell

Donald Smith

Hank Suominen

Jonathan Tratt

Cameron Trefry, LEED AP BD+C

Carl Warren

Tim White

Alex Wihak



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Adams, Troy NFI Real Estate Real Estate Manager New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Advincula, Lloyd Allegion Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Allen, Jeffrey E-Z Riser Roof Raising President New York City Chapter, NAIOP
Allen, Mitchel Greater Phoenix Economic Council Vice President, Business Development Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Almeida, Luis Cushman & Wakefield Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Alves, Colin Colliers International Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Bak, D'Arcy Cushman & Wakefield Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Balanoff, Noah Colliers International New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Bardyn, Michael Manulife Managing Director, Greater Toronto Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Beaudry, Kevin Avison Young Commercial Real Estate (Ontario), Inc. Principal and Senior Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Bergeron, David Cushman & Wakefield Managing Director Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Berry, Beth Beedie Development Group Director, Industrial Development Vancouver Chapter, NAIOP
Billeaud, Mark Summit Realty Ventures President Member At Large, NAIOP
Bloom, Barrie GEM Realty Capital, Inc. Senio Vice President Chicago Chapter, NAIOP
Bolender, William Prologis Vice President, County Manager Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Bowlby, Jennifer JLL Executive Vice President Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Briet, Samuel Menard Canada Branch Manager Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Brown, Phil ONE Properties Vice President, Leasing Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Brown, Jeffrey Powers Brown Architecture CEO Houston Chapter, NAIOP
Brown, Jacob Prologis Analyst, Value Add Investments New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Buranyi, Michael County of Brant Economic Development Officer Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Byck, James Dream Asset Management Corporation Director of Development Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Byk, Kristine Triovest Realty Advisors, Inc. Director, Asset Management Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Calvo, Fernando Paradigm Tax Group Business Development Manager New York City Chapter, NAIOP
Chan, Keith Blackwood Partners, Inc. Director, Investments Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Chervak, Johanna Rockefeller Group Director, Real Estate Development New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Clancy, Steve CBRE | New England Executive Vice President/Partner Massachusetts Chapter, NAIOP
Clark, Greg CBRE Managing Director/Executive Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Clement, Caroline Bentall Kennedy (Canada) Limited Partnership Marketing and Communication Specialist Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Clewlow, James CenterPoint Properties Chief Investment Officer/ Executive Vice President Chicago Chapter, NAIOP
Colletta, Sean Prologis Vice President - Market Officer Oregon Chapter, NAIOP
Conway, K.C. SunTrust Bank Senior Vice President of Credit Risk Management Georgia Chapter, NAIOP
Cotic, Victor Colliers International Associate Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Cronin, Lori Prologis South Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Csik, Zachary Rockefeller Group Manager, Real Estate Development New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Cunningham, Don Lehigh Valley EDC Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Cunningham, Ryan Avison Young Commercial Real Estate (Ontario), Inc. Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dave, Minesh Blackwood Partners, Inc. Manager, Real Estate Investments Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dawson, Jorden Beedie Development Group Director, Industrial Development Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Deeks, Charlie PIRET Pure Industrial Real Estate Trust VP Investments Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Denda, Chris JLL Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Desmone, Charles Desmone Architects President Pittsburgh Chapter, NAIOP
Di Roma, Frank Ware Malcomb Principal Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dietl, Werner CBRE Managing Director Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dobbin, Ryan Panattoni Development Company Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dobbin, Wade Panattoni Development Company Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Dombach, Trevor Advantage Engineers Geotechnical Specialist III Member At Large, NAIOP
Dowdy, Taylor BSC Group Inc. Project Manager Massachusetts Chapter, NAIOP
Dunkelberger, Scott PA Department of Community & Economic Development Deputy Secretary Member At Large, NAIOP
Elofson, Brett JLL Senior Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Fainshtein, Maya Marcus & Millichap Canada Sales Represnetative Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Fieder, Mark Avison Young Commercial Real Estate (Ontario), Inc. Chief Operating Officer, Canadian Operatiions Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Firth, Sean Menard Canada Estimator
Fitzpatrick, Joe Fitzpatrick, Lentz & Bubba, P.C. Attorney Member At Large, NAIOP
Foxx, Tiffany Ten-X Associate South Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Frijia, Stephane Greater Phoenix Economic Council SVP Arizona Chapter, NAIOP
Gaitan, Anthony Ten-X Senior Director South Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Gao, Yilin HOOPP | Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan Analyst, Real Estate Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Gilchrist, Ben The City of Calgary Project Manager Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Goldberg, Richard Emery Investments Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Gordon, Gilbert Cushman & Wakefield Senior Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Gray, Diane CentrePort Canada Inc. President & CEO Member At Large, NAIOP
Greene, David Samet Corporation VP of Real Estate North Carolina Piedmont Triad Chapter, NAIOP
Griffin, Nigel Slate Asset Management LP Director, Asset Management Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Guarnere, Marie Allan A Myers Business Development Manager Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP
Guimont, Hubert Menard Canada Business Development Manager Member At Large, NAIOP
Hanback, Brandi Rockefeller Group EVP Industial Dev, Head of FTZ, Trade & Logistics Maryland Chapter, NAIOP
Hans, Jason USAA Real Estate Company Executive Director, Portfolio Manager Member At Large, NAIOP
Hayes, John Blackwood Partners, Inc. Managing Partner Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Herrin, Adam HFF Managing Director North Texas Chapter, NAIOP
Huebener, Justin Rockefeller Group Director of Marketing, Corporate Communications New York City Chapter, NAIOP
Iordanous, Tonia Sun Life Assurance Company of Canada Director, Institutional Marketing Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Jiang, Pam Cushman Cushman & Wakefield Ltd Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Jones, Tyler Rockefeller Group Development Manager Georgia Chapter, NAIOP
Kasselman, Geoffrey Newmark Knight Frank Executive Managing Director Chicago Chapter, NAIOP
Katz, Jonathan Ten-X Business Development, AVP South Florida Chapter, NAIOP
Kennedy, Tim First National Financial LP Director, Commercial Financing Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Khalfe, Nazir Powers Brown Architecture Principal Houston Chapter, NAIOP
Kibel, Searl Triovest Realty Advisors, Inc. Vice President, Asset Management Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Kidwell, Pete Beacon Partners Industrial Broker Charlotte Chapter, NAIOP
Kingdon, Brent Avison Young Commercial Real Estate (Ontario), Inc. Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Kirk, Heather BMO-NB Real Estate Group Managing Director Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Klimek, Edmund KSS Architects Partner New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Konopud, Roman Devencore Realties Corporation NKF Staff Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Krilanovich, Stephen Lotus Capital Corp Vice President, Asset Management Vancouver Chapter, NAIOP
Lacasse, Jean-Marc City of Chestermere Economic Development Manager Calgary Chapter, NAIOP
Lannin, Chris Allan Myers BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER Northern Virginia Chapter, NAIOP
Lareau, Matthew Manulife Leasing Director Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Levy, Mark JLL Executive Managing Director-Market Director Northern Virginia Chapter, NAIOP
Loffree, Greg Cushman & Wakefield Senior Vice President Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Logie, Don CreateTO Senior Vice President, Development & Investments Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Lott, Jordan Lake Washington Partners President Washington State Chapter, NAIOP
Lucarelli, Matt Beacon Partners Director of Construction Management Charlotte Chapter, NAIOP
Luke, Jody The Korte Company Business Development Director Charlotte Chapter, NAIOP
Machemer, Clark Rockefeller Group Senior Vice President New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Mager, Andrea Altus Group Manager Greater Toronto Chapter, NAIOP
Maniktala, Nate M.E. Group Vice President Member At Large, NAIOP
Marek, Rob E-Z Riser Roof Raising New Jersey Chapter, NAIOP
Mashian, Sean Cornell University Student Member At Large, NAIOP
McClure, Richard KSS Architects Senior Vice President, Asset Management Greater Philadelphia Chapter, NAIOP


Registration Fees

Register online

Early Bird Deadline February 17, 2017

Member Type Early Bird Standard
NAIOP Member $525 USD $575 USD
SIOR Member $525 USD
$575 USD
Developing Leader $425 USD
$495 USD
Local Chapters * $395 USD
$435 USD
Nonmember $675 USD
$750 USD
Add'l paid sponsor $525 USD
$525 USD
Student Member $95 USD
$95 USD


  • Intermodal Tour $50
  • Highway Tour $50

*Chapters to receive the local member discount are NAIOP Calgary, NAIOP Edmonton, NAIOP Greater Toronto and NAIOP Vancouver.

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Cancellation Policy

All cancellations must be in writing. Cancellations of registrants received after February 10, 2017, will be charged a fee of $100 USD per attendee. Substitutions are permitted. Nonmembers substituting for a member will pay the fee difference. Cancellations received after February 28, 2017, will forfeit the registration fee. No refunds will be made for no-shows. Special events (tours) are nonrefundable. Cancellation notices should be sent via fax to the NAIOP Education Department at 703-904-7003 or emailed to


Hotel and Travel Information

Hilton Toronto
145 Richmond Street West
Toronto, Ontario, M5H 2L2, Canada
Tel: +1 416-869-3456
Fax: +1 416-869-3187

The Hilton Toronto is located in downtown Toronto near entertainment, shopping and Union Station. Hilton Toronto is connected to the PATH system, the city’s downtown underground pedestrian walkway. The 17 miles of connecting tunnel ensures easy access around the city and the world’s largest underground shopping space.

Hotel Reservations

Book the Hilton Toronto for I.CON: Impact Projects.

The Hilton Toronto is offering a special rate of $229 CAD single/double, exclusive of taxes. The discounted rate will be offered until Monday, February 17, 2017, or until the room block has been filled, whichever occurs first.

  • To book a room at the Hilton Toronto, call the toll-free number 1-800-267-2281 or call the hotel directly at +1 416-869-3456. You may also book online using NAIOP’s direct booking website.
  • Ask for the special NAIOP rate of $229 CAD single/double, exclusive of taxes. The rate will be extended for three days before and after the blocked dates (March 4-11, 2017), subject to availability.
  • A deposit equal to one night’s stay is required to hold each individual’s reservation. Should a guest cancel a reservation, deposits will be refunded for rooms cancelled more than 72 hours prior to arrival. Name changes to room reservations may be made up to one days prior to arrival at no additional charge.

Transportation, Maps and Directions

To learn more about transportation options to and from the Hilton Toronto, visit the hotel website.


Valet parking and self-parking are available at the Hilton Toronto. Currently, valet parking runs $40 CAD per overnight including in-and-out privileges and $30 CAD for the daytime rate. Self-parking runs $66 CAD per overnight and $28 CAD for the daytime rate.

Weather and What to Pack

Business attire is recommended for conference attendees. Average March temperatures in Toronto range from an average high of 38 degrees Fahrenheit to a low of 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Stay warm underground by using Toronto’s PATH system, the city’s underground pedestrian walkway, to walk from the Hilton Toronto to shopping, restaurants and Union Station.

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NAIOP sponsorship plans provide you with a unique opportunity to build your brand and influence key power players in commercial real estate. See the Why Attend tab for attendee demographics and the top industrial companies represented at I.CON: Impact Projects.

Sponsorship plans start at only $1,995 USD. Request a full sponsorship prospectus and learn what sponsorship opportunities are currently available by contacting Christopher Ware via email or call 703-904-7100, ext. 127.


Thank you to the I.CON ’17: Impact Projects Advisory Committee

NAIOP appreciates the time, talent and expertise contributed by these industry leaders.

Michael Mullen
Industry Veteran 

Larry Armstrong
Ware Malcomb

Jim Clewlow
Executive Vice President and Chief Investment Officer
CenterPoint Properties

Paul Derksen
Associate Broker/Vice President
Black Watch Property Ltd.

Jean Kane
Welsh & Colliers International

Alex Klatskin
General Partner
Forsgate Industrial

Ed Klimek
KSS Architects

Chris MacCauley
Vice President
CBRE Limited

Ming Mei

John Morris
Executive Managing Director and Industrial Services Lead, Americas
Cushman & Wakefield of Illinois, Inc.

Gene Reilly
CEO, Americas

Why Attend

Why Attend

I.CON is designed specifically for the industrial developer, owner and investor. Gain industry insights and expand your network with more than 300 attendees from across North America at I.CON ‘17: Impact Projects.

In a survey of I.CON attendees, 98% responded that they had made new or strengthened existing relationships and 40% either made or started a deal on-site.

Who Attends I.CON Impact Projects?

  • President, Partner, Principal, C-Level – 23%
  • Vice President, Director, Other Senior Management – 57%
  • Developer, owner, investor – 51%
  • Broker – 21%
  • Architect/Engineer/Contractor – 16%
  • Economic Development Agencies/Other – 12%

Attendees and sponsors agree – I.CON is worth your time and investment.

I.CON provided me an efficient, two-day opportunity to connect w/industry colleagues while learning more about topical issues within the industrial/supply chain industry.....will attend in the future!
- AJ Lydon, National Director, JLL

I feel that the 48 hours invested in I.CON events is a very worthwhile investment for an industrial broker. The information offered is always high level and current as far as our industry is concerned and the networking is very valuable as well. The bottom line is you are away from your market for only 48 hours and the effort, money invested and time spent is well worth the investment.
- Pat Feeney SIOR, Senior Vice President, CBRE

The I.CON: Impact Projects conference is a great opportunity to do a deep dive into the intricacies of a wide range of industrial projects, gleaning valuable lessons learned from practitioners around the country.
- George Farish, Vice President, Trammell Crow Company

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