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The New A/E/C Landscape Beyond COVID-19
May 20, 2020 @ 1:30 pm - 3:30 pm
…A Webinar sponsored by WTS
While we are all making the most of the current situation, the uncertainty of how the new COVID-19 requirements will impact the A/E/C Community has the list of unknowns growing every day.
Register here for this ZOOM Meeting
The WTS Pittsburgh Chapter invites you to sit in on an important panel discussion with Local Industry Leaders who are prepared to share their thoughts on what the future may look like in a Post COVID-19 World.
This Webinar will provide some much needed answers to questions like:
- How have your respective teams prepared to handle the “New Norm”?
- How are you preparing for a potential infrastructure bill?
- Will design and construction RFPs continue to come out as normal? If not, what changes can we expect?
- What will it look like doing business with you in the future?
We will also be looking for input from the broader A/E/C community, so please submit any relevant questions by May 18th to: email@example.com
Hear from the following Industry Leaders….
CEO of the Port Authority of Allegheny County (PAAC)
Ms. Kelleman is responsible for the operations of a 700-vehicle bus fleet and an 80-vehicle light rail system, which provide service to a total of more than 220,000 riders a day. She also oversees PAAC’s capital and operating budgets; partners and builds relationships with regional stakeholders; and successfully develops and manages local and federally-funded projects that enhance and expand service across the Pittsburgh region.
District Executive at PennDOT District 11
Ms. Moon-Sirianni has worked for PennDOT for 34 years holding positions of Assistant District Executive for Design for 13 years, Contract Management Engineer and Project Manager. She has been instrumental in the development of significant regional projects, most recently the SR 30 Slide Remediation.
PennDOT District 11 includes Allegheny, Beaver and Lawrence Counties with 8,500 miles of roadway, 1,800 bridges, and a staff of about 787 people.
Deputy Executive Director of the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)
Ms. Walker provides strategy, vision, operations management, team development, and leadership.
With more than 15 years in the for-profit sector and having recently served as a business development program manager in the non-profit sector, Diamonte understands the complex challenges we face as a region when trying to effectuate meaningful change in our neighborhoods.
Deputy Director at Allegheny County Department of Public Works
Mr. Molinero is responsible for overseeing the operations of the Engineering and Construction Division, which provides engineering and management services for the construction and rehabilitation of county roads, bridges, and walls as part of the department’s Capital Improvement Program. He also coordinates the work of consultants, contractors, and department personnel and is a liaison between residents, government agencies, and elected officials.