Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe will address over 500 public and private sector executives focused on increasing investment in strategic infrastructure projects at the 7th North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum in Washington, DC on Tuesday, October 27.
"Infrastructure is the backbone of U.S. economic growth and the North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum focuses a crucial spotlight on our nation's most strategic infrastructure projects, those critical to growth, competitiveness, and opportunity creation," said Virginia Governor, Terry McAuliffe. "I look forward to working with CG/LA and leaders from all over our country on the best way to build key projects at a time of unparalleled challenge."
The Forum, hosted by CG/LA Infrastructure, brings project sponsors from the top 100 projects in North America together with industry experts dedicated to efficiently moving these projects forward.
“Infrastructure is becoming the defining challenge of our generation. Innovative leaders like Governor McAuliffe are creatively improving their state's infrastructure - from highways to transit, and from energy to water/wastewater - and providing critical direction at a time of unprecedented opportunity,” stated CG/LA President and CEO, Norman Anderson. "We look forward to welcoming him to the Leadership Forum."
CG/LA's upcoming 7th North American Infrastructure Leadership Forum will be held October 26-28 at the Capital Hilton Hotel in Washington, DC. The Forum is a selective gathering of more than 500 C-level executives representing technology firms, engineers, construction principals, and investors who represent the private and public sectors, and project sponsors from throughout North America. Please visit http://www.cg-la.com/forums/nalf7 or email [email protected] for more information or to request a press pass.