From CG/LA Infrastructure
On October 11-13, 2011, over 500 executives from the public and private sector will gather in Washington, DC for the 3rd Annual North American Strategic Infrastructure Leadership Forum. The Forum is a dynamic 2.5 day conference, focused on infrastructure development in North America, designed to facilitate business and promote projects across the region, as well as showcase the cities, states and provinces with the most innovative infrastructure plans. Project sponsors deliver targeted presentations focused on project needs and business opportunities. Deep-dive workshops and roundtable discussions are led by Forum sponsors and public sector officials, focused on key policy issues surrounding project finance and delivery. Our private meetings system allows registrants to pre-schedule up to 12 meetings with project sponsors and Forum speakers. Networking receptions provide an informal opportunity to meet with potential business partners.
The theme of this year’s Forum is “Visualizing Infrastructure Competitiveness: What’s Real? What’s Not?” and will feature projects from Mexico, Canada, and the United States that will most contribute to the competitiveness of their country and the region, offer strong business opportunities in the next 3-18 months, and contribute to job and opportunity creation for their state or locality. Projects span all sectors, and the Forum features panels covering Energy (electricity generation, transmission & distribution), Transportation (highways, bridges, tunnels, ports, airports, UMT, rail, intermodal logistics corridors) and Digital infrastructure.
Join us in Washington D.C., and learn “What’s Real and What’s Not”, when it comes to Infrastructure Project pipelines, policies, and financing trends!