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    Chapter Meeting: Upcoming Bond Programs and How They'll Be Affected by the TX Legislature

    March 28, 2019
    7:30 AM to 9:00 AM
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    The Petroleum Club of San Antonio
    8620 N New Braunfels Ave, Suite 700
    San Antonio, TX 78217

    With the May elections just around the corner and many public agencies planning the next round of bond referendums, we welcome a prestigious trio of municipal, higher education, and K-12 education experts to our panel for an engaged discussion about the future planning of each program.

    This month, we welcome Ms. Jennifer Cain, CCM - Capital Programs Manager, City of New Braunfels; Mr. Todd Mocabee, AIA - Chief Facilities Officer, Texas A&M University-San Antonio; and Mr. Wayne Pruski - Chief Operations Officer, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City Independent School District to our panel of experts. During our program, they will each provide you information on their upcoming bond programs, alternative funding opportunities, and program/project management opportunities within their respective programs. Their unique prospective will be discussed, on what we as construction managers can expect to gain from becoming engaged and develop relationships. We will discuss the current trends and how state legislature will affect these future bond programs. Mark your calendars for an exciting conversation and be on the leading edge of knowledge about these programs. You won’t want to miss out!

    About the Speakers:

    Jennifer Cain, CCM
    Capital Programs Manager, City of New Braunfels
    Jennifer Cain has been employed with the City of New Braunfels since 2012. Jennifer previously served in the role of Capital Projects Manager. During her tenure with the City she has been the project manager on many major initiatives including: Das Rec: New Braunfels Recreation Center, Fischer Park Development, Landa Park Golf Course Improvements, City Hall Renovation, Police Department Facilities Improvements, Central Texas Technology Center Expansion, New Braunfels Regional Airport Taxiway Extension, and the Railroad Quiet Zones. As the Capital Programs Manager, she is responsible for overseeing the design, ROW acquisition, and construction for all capital improvement projects for the City of New Braunfels. Projects that are under her supervision include those identified in the City’s Capital Improvement Plan as well as the $86 million 2013 Bond Program and the proposed 2019 Bond Program.

    Jennifer was born in Dallas, Texas and has lived and worked in New Braunfels for the last 7 years with her husband and their 4-year-old son. Prior to joining the City, she was employed by Brookstone, L.P. in Houston, Texas, a general contracting and construction management firm, as a Project Engineer and was the construction manager for 8 projects totaling $50M. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Construction Science from Texas A&M University. Jennifer is also a Certified Construction Manager.

    Todd Mocabee, AIA
    Chief Facilities Officer, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
    Todd Mocabee is a registered architect with the State of Texas and the Chief Facilities Officer at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Todd is responsible for all facility related services and space planning. He is the Owner's Representative for all construction projects on campus and acts as the liaison between the faculty and staff and the contractors and consultants. Prior to joining A&M-San Antonio, Todd worked in the field of Architecture and was in the healthcare industry overseeing building renovation and new process implementation and providing project management services for new and existing projects throughout San Antonio for the last 7 years.

    A Montana-native, Todd is a graduate of Montana State University-Bozeman. He is a military veteran of both the United States Air Force and the Montana Army National Guard where he received his commission.

    Wayne Pruski
    Chief Operations Officer, Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD
    Wayne Pruski has been with Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD (SCUC ISD) since 1994. Wayne initially started with SCUC ISD as a Math Teacher and Assistant Baseball Coach. Since 1994, he has taken on roles of campus administrator (1999-2008) and district administrator in 2008. During his time with SCUC ISD, he has had direct involvement in SCUC ISD Facility Planning, to include two major bond programs conducted in 2013 ($92 million) and 2016 ($137 million), both of which included new facilities and renovation of existing facilities. In addition, Wayne also has oversight of SCUC ISD Demographics, Non-Bond Construction, Child Nutrition, Maintenance, Purchasing, and Transportation Departments and is also City and Community Liaison for SCUC ISD. Wayne is member of the Superintendent’s Executive Leadership Team and Executive Cabinet.



    $30.00 Member Ticket
    $35.00 after 05:00 pm March 25

    $35.00 Non-Member Ticket
    $40.00 after 05:00 pm March 25

    $250.00 Meeting Sponsor - Member

    $400.00 Meeting Sponsor - Non-Member