The Future of Public Works: Turning Challenges into Action
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
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.
 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
Study of Envelope Performance Enhancements for New NYC Public Schools
     Sean O’Brien, PE, Principal, Simpson, Gumpertz & Heger

•        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
Thomas Abdullah, PE, LEED AP, ENV SP, DVP and Chief Environmental Engineer, MTA NYC Transit
Kate Aglitsky, LEED AP, ENV SP, EMS and Sustainability Director, MTA NYC Transit
 Sofia Zuberbuhler-Yafar, RLA, LEED AP, ENV SP, Project Executive for Green Infrastructure, NYC DDC
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
     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