Lunch will be provided
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420 Throckmorton Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76102
$2-$12 depending on how long you parked.
There is a Sundance Square parking garage attached to the building – enter from 3rd street.
MARVIN N. FISHER, LEED-AP, FSAME
CHIEF STRATEGY OFFICER, FARNSWORTH GROUP PRESIDENT, SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS (SAME)
Mr. Fisher currently serves as the Chief Strategy Officer for Farnsworth Group and is responsible for strategy formulation and implementing policies to support the growth of the company. He is responsible for national strategic development planning, client management programs, business development through marketplace and geographic expansion within various market sectors. He also leads the development of training programs under the newly formed corporate university (FGInstitute). Farnsworth Group provides consulting services for Asset Management, Architecture, Land Development, Pipeline Design, Water and Wastewater Treatment, Municipal Engineering, Survey, Transportation and Facility Commissioning/MEP design. Mr. Fisher works with other company Principals across 23 offices in 10 states to expand company services to local, regional and national clients. Mr. Fisher also served as the Director of Commissioning from Dec 2014-Jan 2016. During this period Mr. Fisher implemented several new key initiatives to tide the rapidly decreasing backlog for the group, improved department internal standards, processes and work sharing, and migrated the department away from Cx Enterprise to a new system that saved one position and drastically reduced operating costs by creating a common software platform for tracking open issues.
Mr. Fisher currently serves as the 99th National President of the Society of American Military Engineers (SAME). SAME is non-profit organization with 30,000 members and 105 Posts located across the United States, Europe, Middle East and Japan supporting our National Security infrastructure-related challenges. He directs the Society all volunteer force and strategic plan implementation as the Chair of the Board of Direction. He was selected as a Fellow in 2005 and has been an active member of the Society for over 30 years.