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Guest on The Infra Blog: Richard Anderson, President, The New York Building Congress

Posted by Steve Anderson on Tuesday, December 14th, 2010


Richard T. Anderson is President of the New York Building Congress. An advocate of strategic infrastructure investment and economic development, he has dedicated his career to promoting the long-term growth of America’s foremost urban centers, primarily New York City.  Prior to the NYBC, Mr. Anderson served as Executive Director of The Dallas Plan, formed to prepare a capital improvements strategy for that city, and as President of the Regional Plan Association. Mr. Anderson was the first elected President of the American Planning Association, and served as Chairman of its College of Fellows. He is a founding member of the American Institute of Certified Planners and is a Director of the ACE Mentor Program of Greater NY and the Salvadori Center and a Trustee of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of New York City.

The New York Building Congress, a broad based membership association celebrating its 89th year, is committed to promoting the growth and success of the construction industry in New York City and its environs. View NYBC’s latest infrastructure report at Infra Views.

Richard Anderson:

Infra isn’t just spending; it’s an investment

Infra needs more of our resources

NYC: infra successes

Infra investment is driven by crises

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