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Creative Curiosity: Dynamic Discussions on Insights and Innovation.

Creative Curiosity: Dynamic Discussions on Insights and Innovation.

By Warehaus A/E
Speaker Series is a knowledge-sharing initiative created by Warehaus – an award-winning architecture, design, and engineering firm with over 40 years of experience in multiple building types in the Mid-Atlantic region. At Warehaus, we are design partners who guide you through a collaborative experience to deliver well-crafted solutions.
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E12: Multi Family Housing
Bryce Burkentine VP of Acquisitions & Real Estate Burkentine Real Estate Group Bryce graduated from Penn State University with a Master’s Degree in Architectural Engineering. While pursuing his degree, he obtained his real estate license and several rental properties. After graduating, Bryce was ambitious to grow the family business. His ambition and entrepreneurship mindset allowed him to realize the potential goals and opportunities in the real estate market. Realizing the growth potential in the real estate market, Bryce quickly worked towards acquiring land and passive income projects. Forming a land development team and managing the finances, Bryce was able to obtain approvals on projects while creating the proformas to obtain financing. His two brothers, Michael and Bryan, are key components to the construction and management of the projects under the Burkentine Real Estate Group umbrella.
May 3, 2021
E11: The Realities of Remote Work
Lauren Bergman – Marketing Director With a background in advertising and marketing communications, Lauren brings an organized, disciplined approach to her role at Warehaus, combined with a passion for creativity and storytelling. Over her 18-year career, Lauren has marketed both consumer products and consumer services, as well as business-to-business services, giving her a well-rounded approach to varied marketing challenges. Lauren holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Advertising from Penn State University, and lives in Lititz, PA with her husband, son and a house full of pets. Danielle Lee – Art Director Danielle’s agency background, artistic vision and approachable nature make her a great partner. She believes that listening to her clients is the first critical step to creating functional graphics that express the unique brand of a company or organization. Whether through team brand assessment sessions or one-onone collaboration, Danielle is inventive, organized and thorough in the support she provides on all projects – from logo development to web design, experiential graphics, and a myriad of skills that serve the Warehaus team and external clients. Angie Liddick -  Chief Human Resources Officer With responsibilities for employee relations and recruitment, benefit management, policy development and continuing education. Angie has 5 years of service with the Warehaus team.
April 5, 2021
E10: Preconstruction: Prior Planning Prevents Poor Performance
Sean Cotter provides overall leadership and support to the preconstruction and estimating teams through his grasp of the current economy, pulse on the local and national trade markets, and experience of all phases of the preconstruction process. His experience as a United States Marine along with a degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology gives him a unique perspective on team building, process efficiencies and client relations.  A strong believer in finding the most direct path to a solution, Sean is consistently looking for new and unique ways to improve the clients experience while building a strong well-rounded preconstruction team. Sean serves on the advisory board of the Lancaster branch of the Salvation Army.  Previously, Sean volunteered at the Lancaster Chamber on their Small Business Committee as well as a board member at the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County.
March 1, 2021
E9: The Importance of Comprehensive Environmental Due Diligence for Site Development
Matt Adukaitis With more than twenty years of experience in the environmental consulting industry, Matt Adukaitis is an expert in environmental due diligence in support of real estate transactions. As an environmental professional (EP) meeting the qualifications specified in the EPA’s All Appropriate Inquiry Final Rule, he has performed over 1,200 Phase I ESAs, New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) Preliminary Assessments, Phase II Site Investigations, and real estate transaction screens at commercial, residential, industrial facilities, and development tracts throughout the eastern United States. In his role as Environmental Due Diligence Project Manager at Liberty Environmental, he is the key client contact responsible for the daily management of real estate due diligence projects, from single sites to large portfolios, including Phase I environmental site assessments, Phase II site investigations, property condition assessments, and specialized evaluations for lender, attorney, and developer clients.  Matt is a graduate of Denison University with a degree in Environmental Studies. He holds additional professional certificates in Property Condition Assessments and Radon. Matthew J. Adukaitis|Project Manager| |610.375.9301 LIBERTY ENVIRONMENTAL, INC.| Reading: 505 Penn Street, Suite 400 Reading PA 19601 Lancaster: 315 W. James Street, Suite 205, Lancaster, PA 17603 Philadelphia: Three Westlakes, 1055 Westlakes Drive, 3rd Floor, Berwyn PA 19312 New York: 131 Varick Street, Suite 939 New York, NY 10013 Air Quality|Natural & Water Resources|Regulatory Compliance|Site Assessment & Remediation
February 1, 2021
E8: Multi-Talented Twins Bring York College Skills to Warehaus Internship Program
Hazel and Maisie O’Neill recently graduated York College of Pennsylvania’s accounting program. Throughout their time at York College, they have gained experience in managerial, financial, intermediate, and advanced accounting. They also got familiar with audit and non-for-profit organization.  As interns here at Warehaus, Maisie and Hazel have been afforded the opportunity to utilize their skills gained at York College and have be able to successfully apply them in a professional setting.
January 4, 2021
E7: Creative Curiosity / Geotech Engineering: Don’t Get Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place….or Soft Place
Matt Carroll serves as the Office Manager and Principal Engineer for the York and Mechanicsburg offices of ECS Mid-Atlantic, LLC, based out of Chantilly, Virginia.  Matt has been with ECS since 2008, working as a Field Services Project Engineer, and the Geotechnical Services Manager prior to assuming the role of Office Manager in 2018.  He is a licensed as a Professional Engineer in Pennsylvania and Massachusetts.  In his current role, he oversees all operational activities for ECS in south-central PA, including technical review of geotechnical reports and construction field testing reports.   Matt has practiced geotechnical engineering in south-central Pennsylvania since 1997, after receiving his Bachelors degree in Civil Engineering from Geneva College in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania.    When not at work, Matt enjoys honest manual labor on a small homestead, and recreation in the great outdoors including hiking, kayaking, camping, hunting and fishing with his family. J. MATTHEW CARROLL, P.E. Principal Engineer / Office Manager ECS MID‑ATLANTIC, LLC T 717.767.4788 D 717.900.9681 C 717.801.7286
November 30, 2020
E6: Creative Curiosity / Hands-on-Learning and Collaboration as a Civil Engineering Intern
A Conversation with York College Civil Engineer Student Zach Michali Zach Michali is a current senior in York College’s Civil Engineering Program. Throughout his collegiate education, he has accrued experience drafting creative solutions for challenging engineering projects and developed a proficiency in computer aided design software. As an intern, he has also collected real world experience in a variety of disciplines, including construction engineering, water resources engineering, and land planning. Recently, he has joined our Warehaus civil engineering team for his final internship before he graduates this Spring.  717.815.8566
November 2, 2020
E5: Creative Curiosity / The Art of Improvising, Adapting, & Pivoting.
A Conversation with Toni Calderone, President and CEO of O.N.E. Hospitality: Improvising, Adapting, and Pivoting as a Hospitality Entrepreneur and the Importance of a Design Partner in Creating a Memorable Dining Experience. Toni Calderone O.N.E. Hospitality Group President and CEO Through her humble beginnings at McDonald's while growing up in Florida, Toni has always found a home in the hospitality industry. It's in her blood. Her grandfather is responsible for bringing the first pizza shop to York, PA. She has worked at several well-known restaurants, including Darden’s Seasons 52.In the late 2000s, she moved back up to York to her family’s roots. Toni solidified her place in the industry when she opened Tutoni's Restaurant in Downtown York, PA with her partner Tony. Since then, she has created O.N.E. Hospitality Group, which includes 11 food and beverage brands across York and Lancaster counties in Pennsylvania.
October 13, 2020
E4: Creative Curiosity / Sustainability
A Conversation with Bill Sutton of R.S. Mowery & Sons: The Importance and Relevance of Sustainability in Project Design and Construction. William J. Sutton, II, LEED, AP, CHC Vice President Customer Experience William Sutton is Vice President of Customer Experience for Mowery Construction which operates in Central Pennsylvania. He has spent his entire career in the construction industry looking for ways to innovate, improve and streamline the construction process. He’s been involved in countless sustainable projects in varying capacities, finding ways to make green building affordable and impactful. Recently William has transitioned from construction operations into the world of Business Development where he is applying his innovative and outward mindset to developing long lasting relationships with Mowery clients. 1000 Bent Creek Blvd. Mechanicsburg, PA 17050 Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM – 5PM Ph. 717-506-1000 Fax: 717-506-1010
October 12, 2020
E3: Creative Curiosity / Solar Energy
A Conversation with Doug Neidich: Why Solar Makes Financial Sense Doug Neidich  Chief Executive Officer, GreenWorks Development Doug Neidich is the Chief Executive Officer of GreenWorks Development. Doug is also currently the President of LCCM Solar, LLC, a developer of nanotechnology-based photovoltaic cells. Prior to these positions, he was the President of InterCon Systems, Incorporated, a developer and manufacturer of high-density, high-speed electronic interconnection systems. Doug founded the company in 1987 and sold it to the Amphenol Corporation in April of 2005. He holds 25 United States and numerous foreign patents in the electronic connector field and has published several technical papers in the field. He holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the Pennsylvania State University and is an Alumni Fellow of Penn State. 1426 N. Third Street Suite 125 Harrisburg, PA 17102 717.514.0751
October 9, 2020