The Indiana Transportation Team is a collaborative effort to improve relationships between the highway contracting community, represented by Indiana Constructors, Inc. (ICI), the engineering community, represented by the American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) of Indiana and the Indiana Department of Transportation to build better roads for all Hoosiers.
In 2022, we started with the simple concept of learning to trust. In 2023, we’ll set out to build a stronger team.
Join us on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023 for the 2023 Indiana Transportation Team Partnering Conference.
The 2023 Indiana Transportation Team Partnering Conference is for everyone – from the C-Suite to boots on the ground. But the sweet spot here is field-level managers. If your job title includes ANY of these words, this conference is for you.
ACEC has approved the day’s agenda for x Professional Development Hours.
INDOT employees will be registered by the agency’s talent management team.
Join us for coffee and donuts, grab your name badge and settle in for a great day of learning, team building and networking. Your table assignment for the morning session is on your name badge.
Our morning session features an enlightening and engaging keynote address and ITT District presentations.
There will be a 15-minute break at 10:30 a.m., then we’ll hear from the Seymour, Fort Wayne and Vincennes districts.
Stretch your legs. Return those calls. Grab some lunch, and enjoy a meal with friends in your District breakout rooms. We’re going to need your help developing some consensus on ITT priorities for 2023, so get ready for some lunchtime brainstorming. District breakout rooms are:
We’ll work our way through the final three districts (Crawfordsville, Greenfield and LaPorte), with a break at 2:30 p.m.
Engage in some instant polling for 2023 district priorities, led by ACEC-IN Executive Director Beth Bauer, CAE.
Learn what to expect during the 2023 season from INDOT’s Deputy Commissioner of Construction, Roland Fegan, P.E.
You are invited for frosty beverages, appetizers and plenty of time to catch up with old friends and new acquaintances at the Happy Hour in the Serpentine Lobby (at the corner of Capitol and Maryland by the skywalk). We’ve tucked two drink tickets into your name badge holder, and you can purchase additional beverages after that.
Positive reinforcement has the power to change far more than numbers on performance reports and bottom lines. Discover the impact it has on real people and the impact it can have on you and your team.
Connecting the dots between science and the real world, keynote speaker Bill Sims shows why positive reinforcement is the ONLY way to get our Indiana Transportation Team culture where it needs to be.