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Available on 6/2

Using Denver International Airport as a Case Study this session will explore the larger economic development impacts of airports on their regions and the types of planning, policies, and programs that are established to create strong connections between airport operations and urban development.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn about the relationship of Cities and airports from a historical perspective and how they have always had a symbiotic relationship in past, present, and future terms
  • Learn about the specific challenges of working on development projects in and around airport grounds
  • Learn about the types of development and infrastructure projects that are spurred by airports
  • Do a deep dive into some of the current initiatives of one of the world’s busiest airports, Denver International Airport

Presenters: Ken Schwartz, AICP, Vice President, Planning, VHB; Joshua Brooks, ASLA, PLA, AICP, Principal, Landscape Architect, Planner, Director, Denver Office, Sasaki; and Ken Cope, SVP, Real Estate Development at Denver International Airport, City & County of Denver Department of Aviation

Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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