Gilmore to present construction management leadership lecture


Roxane Gatling Gilmore, former First Lady of Virginia, will present “Restoring the Virginia Governor’s House: Preserving a Historic Home for a New Century” at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Science & Technology Building Room C207, as part of the Construction Management Leadership Lecture Series.

Gilmore will speak on project management issues, including project definition and controls, while adhering to preservation standards. She wrote a book about the process of the restoration.

This free lecture is presented by ECU Departments of Construction Management, History and Geography along with the North Carolina Eastern State Historic Preservation Office.

For more information, contact Rebecca McDonald at 252-328-1388.


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