One week until the first Texas ASBPA Chapter Symposium at the Harte Research Institute in Corpus Christi. Check the below information out for directions, lunch sponsors, and program. View the program via this link.
There is no charge and it is not necessary to register, just come and bring your associates and friends.
If you have not replied already to please let me know if you plan to attend along with any guests so we get a good head count for the luncheon.
Again have a great weekend and hope to see you March 20.
Attn: Texas ASBPA Members and Friends
I Hope you come to the first Texas ASBPA Chapter Symposium on March 20 at the Harte Institute in Corpus Christi. Dr. “Skip” Davis has a great program planned (attached) and worthwhile to attend. There is no charge and we have a great luncheon planned, which will be sponsored by:
- Atkins Global Engineering: http://www.atkinsglobal.com/
- Freese and Nichols Engineering: https://www.freese.com/
- Great Lakes Dredge & Dock: http://www.gldd.com/
- HDR Engineering: http://www.hdrinc.com/
- Naismith Marine Services: http://www.naismithmarine.com/
The Harte Research Institute is close to downtown Corpus Christi, about 10 minutes from North Shoreline Drive to South Shoreline Drive. There are plenty of accommodations in this area if you plan a long weekend. Check the City of Corpus Christi website for accommodations at: http://visitcorpuschristitx.org/Accommodations.cfm.
Directions to Harte Institute:
Texas A&M University (Harte Research Institute) is located near the south end of the city of Corpus Christi. It can be reached by taking Shoreline Drive south through the city to the campus. Also by South Padre Island Drive (Hwy 358) by driving east to the Nile Drive exit. Take Nile Dr. through two stop signs and turn left at the stoplight. Continue to the bay and take a right on Shoreline Dr. The Harte Research Institute is the first large building on the right as you enter the campus; just behind the large welcome sign. Take the first right and go to the stop sign. Turn right and continue around a couple buildings to the parking lot and find a spot. It is spring break so there should be plenty. In the event that there is not space available, go back to the large parking lot on the left of the road as you came into the campus. Hope to see you March 20 at the first Texas ASBPA Symposium.