8/12 - How to Future-Proof our Infrastructure in an Uncertain World

The COVID-19 pandemic is requiring civil engineers and city planners to rapidly adjust plans with less cars on the road, fewer transit trips, new demands on electric and water utilities, capacity constraints, and less revenue. Attend this free ASCE webinar to:

  • Gain valuable insights into how local agency leaders, including Dr. Joshua Schank, Chief Innovation Officer at LA Metro, are handling the COVID-19 paradigm shift.

  • Learn how infrastructure leaders in major metropolitan regions are using today's experiences to prepare for the next major event.

  • Hear from Jerry Buckwalter, who will frame this conversation around ASCE's Future World Vision initiative, which is designed to consider disruptors looking out to the year 2050 and beyond.

DATE: August 12, 2020

TIME: 1:00-2:00 CST

Registrants who are unable to attend will receive the on-demand version when available.

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