Presented by Froehling & Robertson. Hosted by the Fredericksburg Regional Alliance at the University of Mary Washington.
We are proud to present the return of the ACES Networking Luncheon series. ACES is dedicated to connecting professionals between Richmond and DC, from the Architecture, Construction, and Engineering (ACE) industries – a sector that is very active in the adoption of Information, Communication and Technology. These luncheons serve as an opportunity for like-minded individuals to collaborate and network while hearing from industry experts, engaging in insightful conversations and enjoying a local dining experience.
ACES is not an exclusive group and is open to the public. Registration is required and space is limited for all ACES events. Spring 2023 luncheons will take place at the Fredericksburg Nationals Virginia Credit Union Stadium. There are several sponsorship opportunities available for ACES events. If you are interested in learning more, please email Rose Maddox at [email protected]
Registration for Spring 2023 Luncheons will open in February.
If you would like to be added to the invitation list for ACES luncheons, please complete our ACES Interest Form.
Spring 2023 Sponsors
Branch Civil roots itself in a longstanding tradition of serving the transportation and infrastructural needs between and within communities throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast United States. The company’s history of planting, cultivating, and growing transparent, professional relationships with its clients has established Branch Civil as a respected name within the civil construction industry of our regions. Branch Civil offers a dynamic range of services, including heavy civil construction, design-build, and site development. In addition to Branch Civil, The Branch Group includes Branch Builds, providing professional construction expertise to both the public and private sector, Hopkins | Lacy, an electrical and mechanical contractor in Roanoke, Virginia, and Charlottesville, Virginia.
Spring 2023 ACES Luncheons
Wednesday, April 12: 11:30 – 1 pm
- Nicholas Minor, Director, King George County Economic Development
- Gary Wilson, Director of Economic Development & Tourism, Caroline County
- John Holden, Director of Economic Development, Stafford County
Wednesday, May 10: 11:30 – 1 pm
Wednesday, June 14: 11:30 – 1 pm
Through recruitment, collaboration and advocacy, the FRA creates an environment to foster regional job growth. They assist existing businesses and industries with workforce development issues and help aggressively market the Fredericksburg region to corporate decision makers who are planning to expand or relocate their companies.
About Froehling & Robertson (F&R)
Established in 1881, Froehling & Robertson, Inc. (F&R) is the oldest independent consulting engineer/testing firm in the United States. F&R focuses on their clients by offering construction engineering and environmental consulting solutions that are innovative, yet practical.
F&R maintains a fleet of drilling equipment as well as accredited testing laboratories that are utilized across their twelve offices. These offices, which are strategically located throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, possess the local resources needed to deliver the quick, efficient and cost-effective service their clients rightfully demand.
Questions? Contact FRA Business Development Manager Rose Maddox at [email protected]