Urban Land Institute to Advise Montgomery County, Md., on Revitalizing Glen Echo Park
Panel will focus on how to enhance the park's artistic, cultural, and recreational offerings
In the ULI Infrastructure Forum, we examine the intersection of infrastructure, real estate, and land use. Infrastructure demands due to dynamic population shifts; flooding and storms; growing energy and technology demands; as well as lack of adequate access to transportation choices are challenging our cities and towns more than ever.
The Spring session on Wednesday, April 20 at 8:30 am will focus on building resilience in San Diego and how participants can drive industry change globally. The ULI Infrastructure Forum was founded to create a space for needed dialogue to explore the opportunities to invest in infrastructure and re-imagine how infrastructure is built and maintained.
Join us for the 2022 Spring Meeting. Select the ULI Infrastructure Forum as part of your registration package.
Wednesday, April 20, 2022
8:30 am – Noon PT
Click here to learn more about the ULI Infrastructure Forum and its ULI member leadership. This forum is supported by the ULI Curtis Infrastructure Initiative that identifies and promotes forward-looking infrastructure investments that are equitable and resilient and that enhance long-term community value.