StimULI Breakfast – Public Private Partnerships and Innovations in Placemaking: Lessons from Long Beach and Los Angeles
This StimULI breakfast brings together leaders from the public and private sectors who are evaluating and utilizing various Public Private Partnership (P3) models to deliver public projects in new and innovative ways. P3’s are often linked to regional infrastructure (roads, bridges, and airports), local infrastructure (waste water systems, broadband, street cars, etc.) or real-estate based projects such as hotels and convention centers. But, with the demise of redevelopment, we are now also starting to see various P3 models used to facilitate economic development, social infrastructure and place-making. In the last six months we have witnessed the approval and financial close on the City of Long Beach’s innovative $530 million Civic Center Project, the issuance of an RFP by the City of Los Angeles for consulting services for the LA Civic Center project, as well as the massive $5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program RFP issued by Los Angeles World Airport (LAWA). Public agencies are looking at various P3 models to help procure and finance needed projects, and the private investment capital is very excited about these opportunities.
Please join us for this informative discussion with local leaders on current and future projects in Long Beach and Los Angeles.
- Amy Bodek – Director of Development Services, City of Long Beach
- Korin Crawford – Office of the City Administrative Officer, City of Los Angeles
- Jeffrey Fullerton – Director, Edgemoor Infrastructure and Real Estate
- Orion Fulton – Senior Manager, ARUP
- Seth Merewitz – Partner, Best Best & Krieger; Chair, P3/JV Practice Group
- Private $45 (Non-member $60)
- Gov/Nonprofit $35 (Non-member $50)
- Young Leader (under 35) $35 (Non-member $50)
- Student $25 (Non-member $35)
Continental breakfast will be provided. Please note that registration prices increase $10 after June 10th.
To register, click register now below, download a registration form or call 1-800-321-5011.
Please note parking is not included. Parking in the building costs $28. Other parking options within a short walk include:
- The Los Angeles Public Library garage at 524 S. Flower St. between 5th and 6th Streets costs $12.50 or $1 if you have a library card
- A parking lot at the NWC of W. 6th & Boylston St., across the Harbor/110 Freeway ($5.50)
- A parking lot on Figueroa between 7th and 8th Sts. ($10.00)
- Other parking lots within three-four blocks can be located by using the “Best Parking” website (http://losangeles.bestparking.com)