Houston, TX (September 20, 2018) – The Houston Construction Forum, hosted by Calvetti Ferguson and Peckar & Abramson, P.C., took place today at Karbach Brewery in Houston. Attendees enjoyed hearing from Jonathan Betcher about trends in the Houston construction industry as well as technological advances. See below for Jonathan’s bio and photos from the event.
Backed by the power of Dodge Global Network, Dodge Pipeline, MarketShare, BuildShare, SpecShare, PlanHolders, Dodge PlanRoom and Prequal, Jonathan is responsible for leading Dodge Data & Analytics business development and sales efforts, connecting US construction market intelligence, market access and pre-construction productivity solutions with the present and emerging business development, and strategic needs of global A / E / C firms.
Jonathan’s construction industry experience spans 34 years, the past 10 of which with Dodge Data & Analytics. Prior to joining DD&A, Jonathan spent 20 years as Vice President of Sales and Manager of Construction Sales with one of the country’s largest steel producers and fabricators, directing domestic and international business development and marketing strategy. Jonathan also spent 4 years as an executive with a national construction association. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English with a minor in Business Management from the University of Texas at Austin.
Networking reception following the presentation.
Attendees listening to Jonathan Betcher’s presentation.
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