“Trump, Tariffs, and the New NAFTA”
How this New Reality will affect Georgia!
The CSI Atlanta Chapter of the Construction Specifications Institute cordially invites you to attend their upcoming dinner program this coming Monday evening, January 14th, 2019. The meeting will start at 6:30 with a cocktail reception followed by the Dinner Program at the Wyndham Hotel located at 6345 Powers Ferry Rd. NW, Atlanta, GA 30339. There will also be a technical session starting at 5:00 PM sponsored by Dryvit Corporation.
The dinner program will be provided by Scott Davis, a founding Partner of the newly created INCO Group which is leading the rebranding of RACO Alabama, LLC. Mr. Davis received a B.S. degree from the Auburn University College of Architecture, Design and Construction in 1989 and has over thirty years of experience working with industrial clients. For the past 15 years, Scott directed RACO Alabama’s growth in the hugely dynamic automotive industry which continues to thrive throughout Georgia, Alabama and Tennessee. Recently with the urging of several of their repeat clients, Scott assisted with due diligence, site selection and management of several automotive projects in Mexico. Scott has had the honor of speaking in multiple trade missions for the State of Georgia, The State of Alabama and the State of Nuevo Leon Mexico. He has held membership in several distinguished industry associations including the Construction Management Association of American, American Association of Quality and American Concrete Institute. Scott is also one of the founding board of directors for the Southeast US Korean Chamber of Commerce.
Scott’s newest endeavor, INCO Group is a rebranding effort to remove regionalization of the previous RACO Alabama. With this change comes the end goal of expanding their market share and jumping back into the currently growing Atlanta Market.
Please plan on attending this enlightening session on the impact of the recent actions taken by the Trump Administration on NAFTA and the impact it will have on the state of Georgia in the coming years.