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ACEC/MA 50th Anniversary Celebration - June 2, 2010

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Celebrate ACEC/MA’s 50th Anniversary!  Join your colleagues in celebration the evening of Wednesday, June 2, 2010 at the Westin Waltham.

We will be “Celebrating the Past…Projecting the Future”

The evening will include recognition of past-presidents and Fellows, as well as, a preview of the future of the engineering and consulting industry; and how things are going to be different going forward.

Paul Zofnass, President of The Environmental Financial Consulting Group (EFCG), will be our key note speaker giving us his perspective on the future.

EFCG is generally regarded as the leading business and financial advisory firm to our industry. Paul has been quoted over 100 times in ENR and other industry publications, sharing his thoughts and observations on the “engineering and consulting” (e/c) business. EFCG serves as a retained advisor to roughly 40 of the major e/c firms in this industry, and many of our peers. EFCG hosts the annual CEO Conference for the Engineering/Consulting Industry, in NYC, which brings together the heads of roughly 200 of the leading e/c firms from around the world. As part of this conference each CEO completes a detailed financial and operational survey of their respective firms, from which EFCG compiles the most complete database of business and financial metrics for this industry. Paul collates and analyzes that data, and provides the participants and his clients his observations, insights and overview for the industry and its trends, which he continues to update and will be sharing with ACEC/MA in June.

Paul is a magna cum laude graduate of Harvard College, and an alumnus of both Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School. He began his career with four years at Citibank then moved to Oppenheimer, a major Wall Street firm, where he served as Managing Director in Investment Banking. He started EFCG in 1990.


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