About the Webinar

Date: Thursday, December 3, 2020
Time:  11:00 am PT | 2:00 pm ET | 20:00 CET
Duration: 60 minutes

Technology industry infrastructure is a sector with massive growth potential for concrete producers. Because of its low-carbon innovation potential and durability, concrete is the perfect material for the construction of data centers, fulfillment centers, and technology campuses.

With Big Tech’s increased focus on carbon neutrality and carbon negativity, low-carbon concrete offers an excellent opportunity for producers to gain a competitive advantage to produce concrete for these large projects.

What Will You Learn?

    Join us for a lively panel discussion with LinkedIn and Compass Datacenters and learn how:

    • LinkedIn constructed its new campus with low-carbon concrete to meet its carbon commitments
    • Compass Datacenters prioritizes low-carbon concrete in its new datacenters to secure Big Tech contracts
    • Concrete producers can create a competitive advantage by offering sustainable concrete products to meet the demands of the tech industry — and the growing number of industries following in its footsteps

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About the Speakers

Jennifer Mitchell, LEED AP BC+C
Senior Manager, Design + Build, Workplace at LinkedIn
With a passion for sustainability, Jennifer is leading the concrete carbon reduction mission for LinkedIn’s new Mountain View Headquarters Campus. She has more than twenty years experience in the construction industry leading projects throughout the Bay Area in the roles of concrete manufacturer, general contractor, client representative, and owner. 
Nancy Novak
Chief Innovation Officer, Compass Datacenters
Nancy has over 25 years of construction experience and has overseen the delivery of over $3.5 billion in projects during that time. Prior to joining Compass, Nancy was the National Vice President of Operations for Balfour Beatty Construction which she joined after serving in a variety of executive positions for Hensel Phelps Construction Company.