AGENDA - Tentative
|Thursday, January 28, 2016|
|8:30 AM - 12:00 PM||Registration|
|9:00 AM - 11:00 AM||
Michael Griffin, Doug Curry and Xceligent Team Members
|11:00 AM - 11:30 AM||Exhibit Hall / Networking|
|11:30 AM - 1:00 PM|| Keynote / Lunch
"Crafting an Instrinsically Sustainable Place" The built environment is comprised of places made by human hands. What is it that causes some places to possess an intrinsic quality of sustainability while other places are simply left to rot? We’ll discuss the topic of sustainability in a holistic sense and identify some core elements which are always present in sustainable places. We’ll consider why it’s important and of great value to work to create such a place and we’ll see how this value is evidenced by financial, social and ecological outcomes. Lastly, we’ll be encouraged and challenged to realize that, as makers of the built environment, we can have a hand in positively shaping the way people live and interact.
|1:15 PM - 2:15 PM||Breakout Sessions
Jeff Hobbs, Brian Mitrzyk The IRS recognizes that various classes of building components have different asset lives. Cost Segregation is a way of classifying building categories of components into appropriate tax depreciation categories that can be used to accelerate depreciation, providing benefit to building owners and developers.
What's New in Environmental Assessments (Phase 1 & 2)
Joe FosterSuperfund or Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act of 1980 is a federal law designed to clean up and polluted (also called Brownfield) properties. It allows the EPA to identify parties responsible for pollution and compel to clean up the sites. Courts have established procedures to protect innocent buyers.
|2:30 PM - 3:30 PM||Breakout Sessions
Commercial Contract Compliance: Are Your cobbled-together contracts compliant?
Bert Belanger The basic components that need to be in a commercial real estate contract in Oklahoma will be covered. Topics such as: Why we need contracts?; Legal Concepts - Rights, Duties, and Remedies; Business Concepts - Site Control, Creditworthiness & Finality, and Adjustments; and Default Scenarios - Who is Right? Who Decides? and How will this End?.
What You Need to Know About Commercial Use of Drones<
Shane Snyder The use of unmanned aircraft is licenses by the FAA, which has not issued final regulations on commercial use. The FAA does have the ability to issue “Section 333 waivers” which grant commercial use operations on a case-by-case basis. Since many view aerial photos of their projects as a marketing advantage, knowledge is useful.