Speakers: Derek Hodgin | Kyle Camp

Derek Hodgin

"Mid-Rise Wood Frame Construction: A Good Idea or Are We Asking for Trouble."
Monday, March 5, 2018, 9:45 am – 10:45 am, NRMCA Closing General Session,
Texas Ballroom DE

Derek Hodgin, of Construction Science & Engineering, Inc., has more than 25 years of experience as an engineering consultant. He is currently at the forefront of investigations of building envelope and structural components of mid-rise wood-frame construction buildings. Derek has investigated and testified regarding the performance of various building projects, including FRT wood, EIFS, hardboard siding, and trim. A licensed professional engineer in 23 states, Hodgin is also registered through RCI, as an RRO, RRC, RWC, REWC, and RBEC; and as a CDT and CCCA with CSI.

 

Kyle Camp

Contractors & Services Director, Dodge Data & Analytics
Monday, March 5, 2018, 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm, NSSGA-NRMCA-PCA General Session,
Texas Ballroom D-H

At Dodge Data & Analytics, Kyle Camp currently leads the Global Sales and Account management team working with contractors, professional services, associations, consultancies and financial consumers of Dodge Data & Analytics.

Kyle previously worked directly with insurance, technology enterprises, global consultancies and Federal Agencies with a US National or World footprint in the construction marketplace.   Connecting these clients with information to size market opportunities, target and build key relationships and strengthen market positions by forecasting with confidence.  

Prior to Dodge Data & Analytics, Kyle was the V.P. of Marketing and Product Development for The Rogers Group, a privately held portfolio of business in the sporting goods, entertainment construction and building products markets.  Named on 14+ patents, Kyle brings an innovation based business development approach to using technology to advance businesses.

Kyle has a Masters Certificate from Michigan State University in Strategic Organizational Leadership and Management and BA from Central Michigan University in Engineering and Business.

He resides in Clare, MI with his wife Sherry and four sons Caleb, Josh, Gabe and Noah.

 

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