Events

Luncheons are held the third Wednesday of every month unless otherwise noted below. 

Reservation deadline is five (5) days prior to the event. No Shows Will Be Charged.

 

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November Meeting Payments
Event Description
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November 15, 2017
Speaker: Philip Williams

Meeting the Challenge: ADA compliance, specifically title III legal allegations of noncompliance and “drive-by lawsuits.”

Philip Williams is a Senior Project Consultant for Meeting the Challenge, Inc., responsible for:
•Providing guidance and interpretation of rights and responsibilities related to all disability rights laws for ADA Coordinators, government agencies, architects, engineers, attorneys, and business owners.
•Field data collection, data analysis, and report generation for physical accessibility surveys under a variety of disability laws.
•Performing disability rights law training and presentations.
•Project planning, scheduling, coordinating, and communication.

Philip has served as Project Consultant for the following MTC projects:
•Arapahoe County, CO, Facility Transition Plan
•Adams County, CO, Facility Transition Plan
•South Suburban Parks and Recreation Department, Denver Colorado
•Metro Transit Authority, New York City, NY Transit Accessibility Review
•South Dakota Department of Human Services, Self-evaluation and Transition Plan
•City of Brighton, CO, Self-evaluation and Transition Plan

Upcoming Meetings

 Interested in presenting? Reach out to our Programs Chair.

Luncheon Dates

Topics

Speakers

January 18th

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February 15th

City of Colorado Springs

North Nevada Avenue Plan

Nina Vetter

March 15th

Colorado Springs Utilities

Backflow Prevention Program

Tara McGowan & Jessica Davis

April 12th

Joint Meeting

BOMA/IFMA/IREM Luncheon

Roundtable Discussion

May 17th

Healthcare Institute

Mike Wood

June 21st

Integrated Project Development

GE Johnson

Steve Eikanger

July 19th

Net Zero

Farnsworth

Chinn

August 16th

Sustainability

GE Johnson

Hodgkins

September 20th

A Path Towards Compliance

 

BVNA

 

Parker

October 18th

City of Colorado Springs

North Nevada Avenue Plan

Nina Vetter

November 15th

Meeting the Challenge

Geoff Ames

December 13th

Pikes Peak Summit Complex

GE Johnson

Lori Perkins

 
Luncheon Location
Biaggi's 1805 Briargate Parkway, Colorado Springs, CO 80920
 

 

Additional Events

January 6th IFMA Holiday Party

July 14th BOMA / IREM / IFMA Sky Sox Baseball
Social Events
August 18th BOMA / IREM / IFMA 23rd Golf Tournament
https://irem53.org/golf-registration/
 
October 20th Facility Tour of Urban Peak Colorado Springs

Urban Peak Colorado Springs ignites the potential in youth to exit homelessness and create self-determined, fulfilled lives. Our shelter, street outreach and housing programs reach approximately 600 youth annually in the Pikes Peak Region. Located in downtown Colorado Springs, UPCS employs 24 people, and our programs operate on a budget of approximately $1.4 million annually.

The youth served at the shelter come from a variety of backgrounds, and we strive to be a safe community for all youth, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, class, educational background, sexual orientation, gender identity, or ability status.

We Believe:

  • In the transformational power of acceptance.
  • In the responsible stewardship of our resources.
  • That with compassion, guidance and support, positive change and healing can happen.

For client confidentiality, the only signifier of the building is the 423 on the wall facing the street. It is a slate blue warehouse – type building on the south side of Cucharras.

If spaces are available in the lot, please feel free to park there. Non – metered street parking will also be available on Cucharras or on Colorado.

RSVP: Diana Davis, dd@goblusky.com
 
Now - November 15th: IFMA Toy Drive
Please donate new or "gently used" toys or stuffed animals for children recently victimized by the Hurricane in Houston.
 
January 5th 2018  Holiday Party with White Elepaht Exchange
Mark your calendar as more information will follow in the upcoming months