APCA 2023 Convention

9:30 - 11 am Recent Developments in Employment Law Greg Guidry, a labor attorney with years of experience representing employers in the pipeline construction industry will update members on all of the significant labor and employment law developments of interest to employers that have occurred in recent months. Included will be federal legislation, federal regulatory and other federal labor agency actions, important court decisions, and other developments that impact the workplace. The discussion will also include practical tips for dealing with these developments, where appropriate. 11:15 - 11:45 am APCA Regular Member Meeting Open to APCA Regular (Contractor) members only. The meeting will be a fast-paced and frank discussion that touches on the various segments of the industry and promotes the sharing of insights and opinions from contractors working in different market sectors all over North America. Catamaran Snorkel & Sail 12 - 5 pm Experience sailing the beautiful waters of the Bahamas and snorkeling some of the most exciting and lush reefs in the world. Join fellow APCA members aboard Seahorse II on a leisurely cruise through Nassau Harbor. On the way to the reef, enjoy a tasty bag lunch. Then we’ll anchor on a reef just outside the harbor for snorkeling. After snorkeling, you sail back through clear aquamarine waters and enjoy rum and fruit punch while passing historic Nassau landmarks and the luxury homes of Paradise Island. Bring your camera, swimsuit, towel, sunscreen, hat, and a smile. $200 includes roundtrip transfers, bag lunch, rum punch, fruit punch and water, snorkel equipment and instruction, taxes, and gratuities. APCA Final Party and 1st Annual APCA Hall of Fame Awards 7:30 - 10 pm Join the group in the ballroom for cocktails and a sumptuous dinner. APCA President Taylor Dacus, Troy Construction, will deliver his state of the association/industry address. The evening will conclude the 1st annual APCA Hall Fame induction ceremony. Wednesday, April 5 Departures all day Additional Details Transportation Taxi: Taxi service is available at the airport, as well as at the hotel lobby at fixed rates. You can ask one of the bellmen to assist. Airport: The closest airport to the Grand Hyatt Baha Mar is Lynden Pindling International Airport, which is a 15-minute, 6-mile drive. Travel Details PASSPORT REQUIRED. All people traveling to Nassau are required to present a valid passport in order to enter Nassau. The Bahamian Dollar (BSD) is the local currency. U.S. currency is accepted throughout Nassau, as are most major credit cards and travelers checks, and change is given in U.S currency or BSD currency. English is the primary language on Nassau. Weather The climate in Nassau is tropical, hot and humid all year round, with relatively cool evenings. The average high in early April is 81, and the average low is 68. What to Wear We have received a few questions about the dress code for the APCA Convention, and while there are no actual rules, here are a few suggestions: APCA meetings are largely business casual. For men that includes slacks or khakis, dress shirt or polo, and loafers or dress shoes. For women, that includes dress, skirt or slacks, and a blouse or nice top. At the evening events — Saturday’s Opening General Session and Tuesday’s Final Dinner — people get a little dressier. Many men wear sport coats. Pre- and Post-Convention Rates The resort will honor the discounted APCA room rate for three days before and three days after the convention, based on availability.

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