The Indiana Construction Roundtable (ICR) is kicking off 2019's educational programming with a session on the future trends driving construction and design. This program will feature presentations from an industry-leading expert on forecasting from FMI to talk about future construction trends in Indiana and a nationally acclaimed financial economist. Labor, commodities, technology, and political climate all have essential roles to play in the delivery of a finalized product. Indiana's construction industry needs to be able to successfully adapt to these factors in order to deliver projects as efficiently and effectively as possible.
With more than 65 years of exclusive industry focus and industry access, FMI's research consultants collect and analyze information, creating high-value knowledge and exceptional client satisfaction. This knowledge helps clients to address strategic issues, make better decisions and improve organizational performance.
Above: Dr. Matt Will (Left) and Paul Giovannoni (Right)
As a consultant with FMI, Paul Giovannoni develops research methodologies and implements a combonation of primary and secondary research to deliver profound analytical deliverables to FMI clients. Paul's goal is to develop a thorough understanding of the client's needs and design his efforts around meeting and exceeding those needs.
Paul earned his master of business administrations degree with a concentration in information systems management from the University of Tampa. While at the University of Tampa, Paul was honored as a Beta Gamma Sigma honor graduate. Prior to his MBA, Paul recieved an undergraduate degree from Florida State University in political science with a minor in psychology. Paul has also attended the SAP TERP10 academy and earned the recognition of being a SAP Certified Business Associate.
Dr. Matthew Will is an Associate Professor of Finance for the University of Indianapolis MBA Program. He has both graduate and undergraduate degrees from IndianaUniversity in Bloomington, as well as a doctorate from Anderson University in finance.
After working a number of years in private industry as a senior manager and executive, he began a career in academia. Dr. Will spent 9 years on the faculty of Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland. In 2001 he returned to his home state of Indiana and joined the faculty of the University of Indianapolis MBA Program. He has served as Director of the MBA Program, Associate Dean and currently holds the position of Director of External Relations.
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