ULI BC: Coffee and Conversations with Brian Ristich – “Construction 101 and the Changes to Come”

When

Tuesday, December 8th, 2020
8:00am - 8:45am PST

Where

ZOOM

Pricing

Pricing Members Non-Members
Private FREE CA$5.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit FREE CA$5.00
Retired FREE N/A
Student FREE CA$5.00
Under Age 35 FREE CA$5.00
Registration in advance is required in order to receive virtual meeting link.

Coffee and Conversations is ULI BC’s monthly early morning coffee networking event, where all real estate professionals can drop in to meet other like-minded colleagues, further their contact base, and share thoughts and ideas about industry issues that we are all so passionate about. Developers, builders, architects, urban planners, engineers, acquisition officers, brokers, mortgage professionals, appraisers, students – all real estate focused professionals…this networking event is for you! Open to ULI members and non-members. This event is free to attend for members, $5 for non-members. Registration is required in both circumstances.

This month we are delighted to have Brian Ristich, Director of Construction at Conwest, join us for a coffee and conversation! The topic will be “Construction 101 and the Changes to Come”. This will be followed by a Q&A. Feel free to bring any question that you have for Brian about his work, projects, or professional life. Alternatively, you can also email us at ulibcyoungleaders@gmail.com and we will select a few as part of our discussion.

 
Special thanks to our Coffee & Conversations Sponsor
 
 

Speakers

Speaker

Brian Ristich

Director of Construction , Conwest

Brian is the Director of Construction at Conwest Group of Companies where he oversees constructi0n of all civil infrastructure, industrial, commercial and residential developments – including purpose built rental and social purpose real estate. Brian and his team are currently constructing some of the most forward-thinking real estate development projects in Metro Vancouver including Ironworks – one of the region’s first multi-level industrial projects in East Vancouver as well as Houss, a multi-level strata industrial complex with heritage restoration component. A graduate from BCIT in the early 1990s, Brian has had an incredibly successful and illustrious career working at some of Vancouver’s most prominent owner-builders and general contractors including Beedie, Jacob Brothers, Lark Group and Stuart Olson. He has been part of an extensive list of outstanding projects in various asset classes and housing types and will speak to us about lessons learn through his career and where he sees the Construction industry headed.