ACEC/MA Social Equity and Infrastructure - What Engineers Need to Know

ACEC/MA Social Equity & Infrastructure - What Engineers Need to Know
February 6, 2019
CDM Smith, 75 State St, 7th Fl, Boston, MA
7:30 AM Registration/Breakfast | 8 AM – 10:30 AM Program

$55 for ACEC/MA member* | $110 for Nonmember | $25 FT Govt. Staff

Infrastructure projects are economic drivers in most communities. These projects can create economic opportunity - a chance to lessen inequities in income and assets that have defined communities’ sociodemographic profiles for decades. Join us to learn about social equity issues in transportation and how the engineering community can help state and local transportation agencies working to improve the positive impact of projects on diverse communities.

Remarks: MassDOT Secretary Stephanie Pollack: MassDOT’s perspectives on Social Equity for future transportation projects & intersection with the Future of Transportation Commission report 
 
Panel:

Andrea d'Amato. MassDOT Assistant Secretary, Moderator and Presenter 
Monica Tibbits-Nutt, AICP, LEED AP BD C, Executive Director at 128 Business Council, Member, FMCB 
Dr. Karilyn Crockett, author of People Before Highways. MIT Lecturer  

Additional panelist TBA

Introduction: Mike Walsh, PE, ACEC/MA 2018-19 President

If you are registering online, use Your Personal Login/Password to receive the ACEC/MA Member Rate. Don’t use someone else’s login/password.  Contact Natalia Savatic: acecma@engineers.org for help. Use the Registration Form above to register 1 or more people from your firm/agency if you can’t register online. No phone registrations. No shows will be charged; cancellations must be received 2 business days before the event.  

2019 ACEC/MA Corporate Sponsors [For 2019 Sponsorship Opportunities, contact Natalia Savatic acecma@engineers.org]

Platinum  

Donovan Hatem LLP
Michael Baker International, Inc.
Stantec
VHB 
WSP

Gold 

Architectural Engineers, Inc.
Greyling, a division of EPIC,
broker for the ACEC
Business Insurance Trust
Green International Affiliates, Inc.*
Nitsch Engineering*
SMMA
Tetra Tech

Silver

Alfred Benesch & Co.
Arup
City Point Partners, LLC
Fuss & O'Neill
Greenman Pedersen Inc
Howard Stein Hudson 
Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc.
STV Inc
Tighe & Bond

Supported by The Engineering Center Education Trust (TECET) Staff

For information about ACEC/MA Membership or to join an ACEC/MA Committee or Forum, contact: acecma@engineers.org or call 617-227-5551.

 

 

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