The Future of Public Works: Turning Challenges into Action
NEW YORK INTERAGENCY ENGINEERING COUNCIL
General Economic Trends in the Greater NY Region and Implications for the Design and Construction of Public Works
•        Alexander Heil, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Planning & Regional Development Department, PANY&NJ

Energy Infrastructure Future Trends
•        Policies , Incentives and Structures for Combined Heat and Power: A Look at Microgrids and the REV Initiative
Daniel Leonhardt, Sr. Energy Policy Associate, Pace Energy and Climate Center, Pace University School of Law
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Advance Metering and How it Will Enhance ConEd’s Implementation of of Smart Grid Technology
Tom Magee, General Manager, AMI Implementation Team, Con Edison Inc.
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 Installing Solar PV Systems: Issues and Lessons Learned
Luke Clause, Program Manager, Clean Energy Resources, DCAS Energy Management

Performance Initiatives in Public Buildings
•        Next Generation NYCHA Sustainability Agenda
     
Daphne Boret-Camquilhem, Senior Advisor to the VP for Energy and Sustainability,  NYCHA
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Study of Envelope Performance Enhancements for New NYC Public Schools
     Sean O’Brien, PE, Principal, Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger

LUNCH AND LUNCHEON PRESENTATION
•        Passive House and Other Innovative Sustainability Initiatives at Cornell Tech’s Roosevelt Island Development
Diana Allegretti, RA, LEED AP - EMS and Sustainability Director, MTA NYCT CPM

Sustainability Infrastructure Initiatives
•        Denise Nelson, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP, Vice President for Public Education, Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure
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Thomas Abdullah, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP, DVP and Chief Environmental Engineer, MTA NYC Transit
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Kate Aglitsky, LEED AP, ENV SP, EMS and Sustainability Director, MTA NYC Transit
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 Sofia Zuberbuhler-Yafar, RLA, LEED AP, ENV SP, Project Executive for Green Infrastructure, NYC DDC
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Dennis Stanford, PE, Chief of Engineering Standards, NYC Department of Environmental Protection

NYC Economic Development Corporation Initiatives
•        Review of EDC Initiatives and Inter-Agency Collaboration
Maria Torres-Springer, Present and CEO, NYC Economic Development Corporation
Thursday, October 6, 2016, 8:00 am to 5:30 pm
Club 101, 101 Park Avenue (between East 40th & 41st Streets), New York, New York
Continental Breakfast and Lunch Buffet Included
$125 for NYIEC Member Agencies / $150 for Non-Members / $1,750 for Tables of Ten
TECHNICAL CONFERENCE AGENDA
     8:00 am to 9:00 am        Registration, networking and continental breakfast
     9:00 am to 5:30 pm        Program starts promptly at 9:00 am
The New York Interagency Engineering Council Presents
7 Learning Units Anticipated including 6 HSUs