Join us on December 13th for the next edition of Exec Roundtable | Data Centers where we will discuss Kansas City's data center and mission critical brand.
Drawing upon over two decades of extensive experience as a construction executive, architect, entrepreneur and business leader, Brad Hardin, President of Diode Ventures, will be helping lead industry leaders in a thought-provoking conversation on December 13th.
This discussion is set to unravel the remarkable ascent of local data centers and mission-critical infrastructure, guiding participants through the intricate decision-making processes crucial for optimal data housing. Don't miss the opportunity to actively participate in a strategic dialogue on propelling our region forward by implementing cutting-edge strategies to attract and retain valuable digital assets.
Seating is limited and attendance is exclusive to KCTC member companies. Breakfast will be provided. If you are registered and are unable to attend, please let us know in advance, so your seat doesn't go unfilled.
Data Center Roundtable Co-Chairs:
About the Speakers
- John Michael Handley | Diode Ventures
- Kevin Sears | JE Dunn Construction
Brad Hardin | Diode Ventures
Brad is an Executive Vice President, and the President of Diode Ventures on the Black & Veatch Leadership Team. With more than 20 years of experience as a construction executive, architect, entrepreneur and business leader, Brad is known for his ability to create better business models, find solutions and create seamless client experiences. As the leader of Diode Ventures, a Black & Veatch company, Brad and his team develop turnkey infrastructure solutions for customers seeking to scale their businesses and build a more sustainable future all around the world.
Prior to managing the Diode Ventures business, Brad served as the Chief Technology Officer for Black & Veatch for 5 years.