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NACDB Member to Host Workshop for Church Leaders

Learn how to create successful capital campaigns and build on a limited budget

National Association of Church Design Builders (NACDB) member J&S Construction will host a workshop for church leaders on March 17, 2011 at Embassy Suites Nashville Airport in Nashville, Tennessee.

During this half-day workshop, church leaders will learn how to create successful capital campaigns, build on a limited budget, knowing a church’s audience and delivery systems. Registration is $25 for the first attendee ($30 if after March 10) or $40 for the entire building committee ($50 if after March 10).

Presentations include:

1) Everything Speaks

2) Building on a Limited Budget

3) Know Your Audience

4) Delivery Systems, Design-Build vs. Design-Bid-Build

5) Building Committee Perspective

6) Bonus: Learn how to take advantage of the buyer’s market in today’s construction industry

For additional information and details about the workshop, J&S Construction visit www.jsconstruction.com.

The NACDB is an organization that serves as a resource for the planning, design, construction and furnishing of churches and church-related facilities.

All members and associate members of the NACDB are among a select group of church designers, construction experts, service suppliers, and material suppliers who contribute their knowledge and learn from to better serve their clients. Members align with the NACDB so that they can offer clients the most innovative options in church construction.

For more information about the NACDB, visit www.nacdb.com or call (866) 416-2232.

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