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In light of COVID-19, new best practices and questions are emerging as the public involvement process goes virtual. This is an unprecedented time that must be approached with empathy for the public while also ensuring that key processes stay intact.

Meanwhile, firms still face common challenges like reaching underrepresented groups and maintaining compliance with NEPA and other mandates.

How can we adapt to the current landscape and build a foundation for the future, even in the face of uncertainty? See how firms are keeping projects on track by overcoming public involvement hurdles that would otherwise stall work and lower utilization rates.


  • Understanding the at-large implications of COVID19 and public involvement
  • Necessary requirements for successful virtual public meetings
  • The pros and cons of social media streaming and conferencing tools
  • Keeping current projects on track with virtual outreach and participation to maintain utilization rates
  • How to build a foundation of public involvement for current and future projects

Presenters: Michael Murphy,

Course Type

Online Class

Delivery Type

On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

PDH Credit


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