No Small Plans: The Chicago Infrastructure Trust

The Chicago Infrastructure Trust is a groundbreaking public-private partnership that will inject money and drive attention toward Chicago's ambitious infrastructure, transportation and sustainability plans. Learn more about it at this panel discussion held at the Chicago Architecture Foundation with the support of the law firm, Mayer Brown.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

5:30pm - 8:00pm

The Chicago Infrastructure Trust is a groundbreaking public-private partnership that will inject money and drive attention toward Chicago’s infrastructure, transportation and sustainability plans. A panel of Chicago’s brightest thinkers and ambitious doers will discuss the details of the trust and its potential for impact both locally, and on the national conversation about economic development and infrastructure. Moderated by Armando Carbonell, Senior Fellow, Lincoln Institute of Land Policy, the panel will include: Lois Scott, City of Chicago; MarySue Barrett, Metropolitan Planning Council; Rita Athas, World Business Chicago; and Roy Kienitz, Roy Kienitz LLC.

This event is hosted by Next City in collaboration with the Chicago Architecture Foundation and with support from the law firm Mayer Brown.

The event is free but registration is required. The panel will begin at 6:15pm. All registrants are invited to join a Next City reception at 5:30pm, also at the Chicago Architecture Foundation. Please note the panel will begin promptly at 6:15pm. Space is limited — click here to RSVP.

Location

224 S. Michigan Ave
Chicago, IL

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