The University of Dayton Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Engineering Mechanics announces a new Distinguished Speaker Series aimed at exploring the connection between civil engineering and the impact the projects we engineers work on have on society. The series will include three unrelated presentations during each of the Fall and Winter semesters. Enrolled sophomore, junior, and senior civil engineering students are required to attend. The Department invites local professionals to attend the presentations and interact with students at the conclusion of the presentations. With limited seating, advance registration is requested. Fall events of the Distinguished Speaker Series will begin at 2 p.m. on select Thursdays and will take place at the H. Troy and Eileen Sears Recital Hall in the Jesse Philips Humanities Center at the University of Dayton.
Public Private Partnerships – The Austin Landing Case Study
September 28, 2017, 2 p.m.
This panel discussion will share with attendees the “life-cycle” of a public private partnership including concept, funding, zoning and construction. The benefits to the community and the problems it presented will be discussed as well as what might be done differently in the future. Speakers include Randy Gunlock (RG Properties), David Marshall (Kleingers Group) Chris Snyder (Miami Township), and Steve Stanley (Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District).
Mark your calendar for these upcoming Fall Seminars:
- Thursday, September 28, 2017 at 2 p.m. (Topic: Public Private Partnerships)
- Thursday, October 26, 2017 at 2 p.m. (Topic: Flint Water Crisis)
- Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 2 p.m. (Topic: Hospital Expansion in the Miami Valley)
More information on future seminars will be advertised when available. Dates for Spring Seminars are still being determined.
PDH Certificates will be provided.
Parking info to be provided via email to registrants.
For more information contact:
Paul Goodhue, LJB Inc.
UD Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Engineering Mechanics Advisory Committee, Vice Chairman
The University of Dayton Department of Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Engineering Mechanics Advisory Committee thanks the Dayton Section of ASCE for hosting event registration and promoting the Distinguished Speaker Series.