Posts belonging to Category Events

Houston OTC Offers Glimpse into Industry Innovation

While the Houston OTC prides itself on bringing together offshore energy leaders from around the world, many of the special things about OTC 2012 came from our own backyard. This year’s 13 new technologies that received the 2012 Spotlight on New Technology Award were showcased on massive big screen projectors, called OTC TV, that were scattered outside all over the conference area.

The Selling Power of Pinterest: Can it Work in Your Industry?

Pinterest is the fastest growing social media tool IN THE HISTORY OF THE INTERNET and has only been in existence for two years! This new social media tool is proving to be very effective in marketing products and services. Learn a few best practices and tips for marketing products or concepts that may not be pictorial.

Improving the Odds of Success

Interface Consulting was proud to participate in the American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry 2012 Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, from April 26 through April 28. The annual conference had an impressive attendee list, touting more than 500 attorneys and consultants in attendance. Frank Adams, Philip Barnard, Chris Sullivan, Lisa Heard, and [...]

A Hole-in-One Tournament

Interface Consulting was proud to volunteer at the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston’s Spring Golf Tournament this past week. Consultants Danielle Sims and Sarah Spurgeon were on site at The Clubs of Kingwood photographing teams, spotting hole in ones, and encouraging the participants. The tournament was a great success this year in registering [...]

Finding a Cure at the Houston 5K Lymphomathon

Interface Consulting is proud to have a corporate team walking in the Houston 5K Lymphomathon on March 24, 2012, to support one of our colleagues who was diagnosed with lymphoma late last year. Many of us know friends, family, or colleagues that have been diagnosed with lymphoma, as over 600,000 people are currently living with [...]

Construction’s Impact on 2011 and Outlook on 2012

Yesterday, several Interface Consulting members attended The Associated General Contractors (AGC) 2012 Houston Annual Meeting. The meeting opened by addressing the State of the Chapter and was followed by AGC Houston President Jerry Nevlund’s Special Presentation, which awarded Patrick J. Kiley with AGC’s Honorary Life Membership Award. The attendees were then introduced to Houston Mayor Annise [...]

Construction SuperConference 2011

By: Chris Sullivan The 26th annual Construction SuperConference, held at The Fairmont San Francisco from December 14 – 16, 2011 was well attended by construction industry professionals and featured over 35 high-quality presentations and breakout programs. For those unfamiliar with the Construction SuperConference, it is held annually in San Francisco, California, each December and caters [...]

Interface Celebrates Quarter-Century in Style

This year, Interface celebrated 25 years of consulting excellence in the construction- and energy-related industries. Last month, Interface hosted a party for over 100 of our closest clients, business partners, and extended Interface family. Masraff’s of Houston served as a backdrop to the milestone event. Food and wine were in abundance as the laughs and [...]

Virginia CLE Conference Delivers Colonial Charm and Lessons in Construction Law

By: Kim Hester On November 4 and 5, my colleague, Eric Rodriguez, and I attended the 32nd Annual Virginia CLE Construction and Public Contracts Law Seminar, “Mitigating Losses and Impacts on a Troubled Project – A View from Multiple Perspectives,” in Charlottesville, Virginia. Attendees, including ourselves, stayed at the historic Boar’s Head Inn. This was [...]

Strategizing the Legal Battlefield

By: Jennifer Hatten The American Bar Association Forum on the Construction Industry held its 2011 Fall Meeting October 13-14, 2011, at The Westin Buckhead in Atlanta, Georgia. The conference theme,  “The Lay of the Land Dictates the Strategy Employed,” examined all of the grounds on which construction counsel hold their battles: from framing future controversies, [...]