Long Beach: REIMAGINING URBAN INFRASTRUCTURE

Eliminating freeways to create regional parks and installing temporary interventions in the street are just a few ways that cities are creating more livable places. The panel discussion will explore the possibilities of urban infrastructure in Long Beach and beyond.
Rock Miller PE, PTOE Principal, Stantec Consultants
Brian Ulaszewski LEED AP Associate, Studio One Eleven
Madeline Brozen Program Director, Complete Streets Initiative

360 West Ocean Boulevard (the Sovereign Solarium) 02.27 6-8p
RSVP at www.usgbc-la.org/chapter-events/upcoming-events $10 no host bar

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