Carl Sutter, PE, CCS, will be speaking on infrastructure investment at the Fourth Annual Summit on Regional Competitiveness in Chicago on November 17, 2016. The one day event is put on by the Alliance for Regional Development, and will focus the region’s narrative as a center for excellence in transportation, water, workforce, advanced manufacturing, and innovation, with a series of panels and keynote speeches including:
- Federal Government Region V leaders discussing Department priorities and grant opportunities
- The effects of e-commerce from the perspectives of business, government and real estate
- Deborah Wince-Smith, President and CEO, Council on Competitiveness, who works in our nation’s capital to increase the United States’ economic competitiveness in the global marketplace. She will be discussing how our mega region is a driver in the nation’s economy.
The Alliance for Regional Development is a groundbreaking coalition of high-level leaders in business, government, and academia working together to strengthen the economic competitiveness of Chicago’s tri-state region, including northeast Illinois, northwest Indiana, and southeast Wisconsin. Sutter is a Vice President at McMAHON, and leads the company’s Environment & Infrastructure Group. For additional information on this event, visit: http://alliancerd.org/annual-summits/.