Tuesday, November 13, 2018 | 11:30 am to 1:30 pm | Andrei’s Conscious Cuisine
Join us for a lively panel discussion that will take a look at the macro and micro perspectives of private development and public infrastructure in Orange County. Hear from industry experts who will share their challenges and successes in this segment of our market. Topics will include master planned communities and infill development; multijurisdictional, stakeholder, and community coordination needs; infrastructure management; and how planning, design, and construction processes of private development can benefit from early coordination with public works agencies. How do public works departments and developers collaborate to plan sustainable and resilient communities? What does it take to get master plans approved by local agencies? What types of projects can be found in a master planned community and how are they related to more traditional development projects.
Nardy Khan, Deputy Director of Infrastructure, Orange County Department of Public Works, will share her insights into project coordination between public and private entities. She will discuss how the agency works with multiple jurisdictions within the County, with unincorporated areas of the County and with the developers and firms who are in front of it all. She will be joined by Jeff Thompson, Vice President of Engineering Development of Rancho Mission Viejo, who will share the successful initiatives implemented at RMV’s brand new community.
*Registration closes Friday, November 9th at 5:00 pm.
$45 SMPS Members
$20 Late fee/Walk-ins