ULI Los Angeles - LAX & Landside Development Moving Los Angeles Forward

When

Thursday, October 10th, 2019
5:00pm - 8:00pm PDT

Where

California Club, 538 S Flower Street Will open in a new window 538 S Flower St Los Angeles, CA 90071-2501 UNITED STATES

Pricing

Standard Pricing Until October 8 Members Non-Members
Private $60.00 $85.00
Public/Academic/Nonprofit $60.00 $85.00
Retired $60.00 N/A
Student $60.00 $85.00
Under Age 35 $60.00 $85.00
Please note that online registration will close October 8, 2019. Any registrations processed after this date will incur a $10 fee.

LAX & Landside Development: Moving Los Angeles Forward 

As the fifth-busiest airport in the world and second-busiest in the U.S., LAX is now well underway on a long-term master plan to accommodate growing passenger populations through significant modernization and enhanced connectivity. As a series of strategically intertwined projects totaling $14-billion that will redefine the travel experience. These projects in combination will not only relieve congestion and clarify access, but will also serve as major extensions into the surrounding communities.

 

PANEL 1: LAX and Beyond
Moderated by Bob Lavey, Managing Director, AECOM LA and LAHQ Board Member
Discuss the local impacts of a global transportation hub and how LAX is planning towards a new tomorrow. Panelists include:
  • Bernardo Gogna, Chief Development Officer, LAWA
  • Tim Lindholm, Executive Officer, Metro
  • Mary Loeffelholz, VP of Corporate Real Estate at Delta Airlines LAX
  • Terence Young, Design Principal of Aviation Studio at Gensler
  • Christopher Hawthorne, Chief Design Officer, City of LA. 


PANEL 2: Developing Communities at he Crossroads of the World

Moderated by Marty Borko, Executive Director of ULI LA
Learn more about how LAX will impact our growing communities. Panelists include:
  • Geoff Thompson, Community Liaison, council District 11
  • Ronald Altoon, FAIA, LEED AP, President and CEO of Altoon Strategic
  • Bob Tarnofsky, Senior VP of Real Estate for Continental Development. 
 
This downtown location is easily accessible by both Metro rail and bus, for information about public transportation, visit Metro. For parking options, visit Best Parking.

California Club, 538 S Flower Street 538 S Flower St Los Angeles, CA 90071-2501 UNITED STATES

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