SCOAR is Different—-How?:
SCOAR is an Interactive Learning Alliance of Construction Professionals. WHAT this means to YOU! *Spend your time learning and addressing interesting and challenging topics, not stuck working on the typical association-type committee. *Benefit from an interactive learning environment focused around team-based exercises, subject matter experts, and collaborative panel discussions. *Be a part of creating new methods and processes to tackle the typical construction issues and challenges. Harness the Creativity and Experience of Diversity. SCOAR brings together facility owners from Different Industries and all parts of the Supple Chain to Address the Issues that will improve Business Performance. WHAT this means to YOU! *Combine experience bases and methodologies from different industries to discover new solutions. *Understand and incorporate perspectives form various parts of the supply chain to create comprehensive responses to construction challenges with greater chances for success. *Learn from construction professionals who have already “been there and done that.” Focus Close to Home, on the Southeastern Construction Market, for a Practical and Actionable Experience. WHAT this means to YOU! *Concentrate on regional, not national, labor nd supply trends where impactful solutions can be generated and implemented. *Learn about and share information on capital projects in the Southeast, increasing insight into your market and identifying potential partnership opportunities. *Experience more powerful networking by meeting colleagues in your own area who are facing the same issues and environment. Enjoy a Collegial and “Small Group” Atmosphere. WHAT this means to YOU! *Every member has a voice in the direction and focus of SCOAR. You help choose the topics to be addressed. *The informal and supportive atmosphere, where everyone is focused on learning, leads to a better and more fun way to accomplish objectives. *Profit from a better approach to learning about and evaluating potential suppliers unencumbered by the pressures of the contracting process.
The Business Roundtable South Florida Chapter was formally incorporated in September, 1973. In February 1974, a similar group, the Florida Business Roundtable was incorporated in Tampa, primarily as a Central Florida organization. In October 1975, the two groups, bound by their common interests, were merged and the surviving organization was known as the Florida Business Roundtable, Inc., and it became a statewide association. In 2002, in response to the formation of CURT, formerly the construction arm of the Business Roundtable, the Florida Business Roundtable changed its name to FCURT, the Florida Construction Users Roundtable. FCURT operated in cooperation with the South Georgia Local User Council occasionally holding joint meetings. In 2011, due to Membership and Member business activity interests resting beyond Florida and into the Southeastern States, the organization changed its name to the Southeastern Construction Owners & Associates Roundtable, Inc.-SCOAR.