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The Sacramento Chapter of CFMA was organized in 1988 with the objectives of: uniting area Construction Financial Managers; providing a forum through which members can meet to exchange ideas; coordinating Construction Financial Manager education programs; and enhancing the role and promoting the Construction Financial Managers image. Our Chapter sponsors the following types of activities:

 

Lunch and dinner membershimeetings

Job Site Tours, such as the Raley Field, Federal Building, Sacramento Airport and Aerojet Solar

Full and half day Educational seminars, including The Basics oConstruction Accounting

Community Service activities, such as “RebuildinTogether”

Charitable Fundraising, such as $12,500 donated to Contractors Caring For Kids

Social functions, including Annual Golf Tournaments and Annual Holiday Events anmixers

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    WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

    On Chapter Involvement:

    “Joining CFMA was one of the best decisions I’ve made in my career.  I have greatly benefitted from attending educational events, lunch meetings with guest speakers, and networking and community events.  My professional network has expanded and I often reach out to my contacts to discuss issues and learn more about construction industry best practices”.     

    Gordon Spector- Swinerton, Inc.