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Join Talson at the AAIA Conference in Boston, MA, June 25-28, 2017

Talson will attend the Association of Airport Internal Auditors’ (AAIA) 28th Annual Conference at the Boston Park Plaza in Boston, MA, June 25-28, 2017

Talson recently attended the APTA Rail Conference June 11-14, 2017

Talson recently attended the 2017 Rail Conference held at the Hilton Baltimore in Baltimore, MD

Talson recently attended APTA’s BMBG Annual Meeting January 24 -27, 2017

Talson participated at the 2017 Business Members Board of Governors’ Annual Business Meeting held at the Opal Sands Resort in Clearwater Beach, FL

Philadelphia Business Journal’s moment with Robert Bright

On December 30, 2016, Biz Journal spent a few minutes with Mr. Bright to learn more about Talson’s origin, success, and the Panama Canal project.

REAL Professionals Network “Hot Topics” Network Wide Call

Robert S. Bright spoke about Talson’s involvement with the Panama Canal Expansion on a REAL Professionals Network “Hot Topics” Network Wide call on December 7, 2016. Other topics included the Future of 1031 Exchanges, HB2 and the Impact on North Carolina’s Economy, Millennials and Mixed Use Development, and the Opening of Cuba and the Impact in Miami.

Talson recently participated in the New York State MWBE Forum

Talson recently participated in the New York State MWBE Forum held in Albany, NY October 5 – 6, 2016. Our founder and president, Robert S. Bright was part of a panel discussion inclusive of four industry professionals sharing insight and providing MWBE attendees with guidance on “How to Do Business in New York State: MWBE Responsibilities.” 

Local firm takes pride in $5.2B Panama Canal work

The Philadelphia Tribune, September 20, 2016

This Philly firm worked for smooth sailing for Panama Canal’s expansion

On Sunday, August 7th, Talson was featured in the Philadelphia Inquirer. The article details Talson’s involvement with the Panama Canal Expansion Program – Third Set of Locks. Check out the article here.

Panama Canal Opens $5.2B Locks

On June 26, Robert S. Bright, President, attended the inauguration of the expanded Panama Canal. The Chinese-owned Cosco Shipping Panama went through the Atlantic locks at Agua Clara in the early morning, sailed the 50-mile (80-kilometer) passage to the Cocoli locks near the capital and passed into the Pacific in the evening, stewarded by tugboats and cheered by dignitaries and exuberant crowds of thousands.

The New Panama Canal: A Risky Bet

An intriguing article from the New York Times on the Panama Canal Expansion Project.
The New Panama Canal: A Risky Bet