Construction Professionals Network Institute, Inc. is a non-profit initiative focusing on construction industry related projects and community service throughout the State of North Carolina. CPN of North Carolina, Inc.,  a non-profit construction industry membership organization, founded CPN Institute in 2006 to expand its mission of service to the construction industry and provide assistance to communities throughout North Carolina. The CPN Institute was incorporated as a non-profit 501 (c) (3) corporation in 2011 to focus on education and community services.


Banner Elk Offering Enrichment Classes

Beginning in Spring 2019, the Mayland Enterprise Corporation will be offering enrichment classes in the Mayland classrooms at the Historic Banner Elk School in downtown Banner Elk. Click the link below for a list of upcoming classes. For additional information about each class, including cost and description, please click on the title of the class. The link will take you to EventBrite, an online
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An Eye on the Future

Check out the article written by Holly Taylor in the Roanoke-Chowan News Harold on the CPNI & NCGrowth return visit to Murfreesboro. A recommendation trip to present the workshop report was made on February 13, 2019 by workshop team members. https://m.roanoke-chowannewsherald.com/2019/02/27/an-eye-on-the-future/  

Upcoming Events

May
28
Tue
5:30 pm Liberty Report Presentation
Liberty Report Presentation
May 28 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Liberty Workshop Group – Report Presentation at Town Hall Meeting Tuesday, May 28th | 5:30 PM | Liberty NC Town Hall
Jun
4
Tue
9:00 am Scotland Neck Return Visit June ...
Scotland Neck Return Visit June ...
Jun 4 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
CPNI will do a follow up visit to Scotland Neck. Since the 2018 workshop, they have turned the large empty lot downtown into an event space, where they have had a Christmas tree lighting and a spring beer festival; formed a non-profit that purchased the Scotland Neck Bank and is working on a use for the building; taken possession, by gift and condemnation, of some
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