Tuesday, January 22 • 11:30 a.m. – 1:15 p.m. • Rail Yard, 610 S. Park Ave.
Early Bird Pricing* – Member: $35 • Non-Member: $45 • Non-Profit: $35 • Student: $25
*Ends Jan. 15; tickets increase $5 each following
Sundt Construction is the largest general contractor in the Southwest and the 65th largest in the nation. The 130-year-old company opened its Tucson office in 1929. In the decades since, it has built such notable local landmarks as the 4th Avenue underpass, Ventana Canyon Resort, Kitt Peak National Observatory, and more than 50 projects on the UA campus including McKale Center, Centennial Hall and the recent restoration of Old Main.
In late 2017, Sundt Construction embarked on a company-wide rebranding project to sharpen its identity and uncover its unique story. The company is nearly 130 years old, 100 percent employee-owned, experienced in four major markets (transportation, industrial, building and concrete), and performs much of its own work with a highly skilled craft workforce of approximately 1,000 tradesmen and women. Those qualities, along with the company’s purpose and set of core values, guided the rebrand project toward a unique and authentic identity that reflects the company’s strengths, resonates with employees and differentiates it from competitors.
Vice President of Corporate Communications Stefanie Teller will detail her team’s approach to the year-and-a-half-long branding project, explore questions around research, schedule, budget and stakeholder input, and present the award-winning results.
Tickets available on Eventbrite.