CPPI’s Matt Webster presents at annual FEFPA Summer Conference
Boca Raton, Fla. – CPPI’s Executive Vice President Matt Webster presented to Florida Educational Facilities Planners Association (FEFPA) attendees twice over the course of the Association’s annual summer conference at the Boca Raton Resort & Club.
On Monday, July 9th, Webster and Institute of Public Safety (IPS) at Santa Fe College (SFC) Director Tom Ackerman discussed their recent success with SFC’s newly expanded IPS with their presentation, “Building Cutting-Edge Training Facilities: Reality-Based Training at Santa Fe College.” The presentation took listeners through the entire process of completing an effective training facility project, including the creation of goals, design and budgeting, analysis of infrastructure, and application of reality-based training.
Webster’s second presentation, “Is CPTED Enough?” given with Sean Tracy, Jeff Phillips, Santiago Fernandez and W. Doug Fitzgerald on Tuesday July 10th, covered crime prevention through environmental designs in school systems.
FEFPA encourages the exchange of ideas between educators and facility planners in achieving a quality education construction program. FEFPA’s semi-annual conferences, in the summer and winter, bring educators, facility planners, general contractors, architects, and engineers together to grow and improve the field.
Ranked one of Engineering News-Record’s 2018 “Top Contractors,” Charles Perry Partners, Inc. (CPPI) is one of the Southeast’s largest privately held construction firms. Recognized as a powerhouse of innovation, sustainability, craftsmanship and expertise, CPPI performs a wide range of design-build, construction management and general contracting services, including project planning and modeling, budget estimating and cost management, project scheduling and construction.
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