Program Overview

Are you looking to bring your infrastructure project to life but not know where to start? Through a series of keynotes, case studies, panels, workshops, and diverse networking opportunities, attendees will explore the value proposition of alternative project delivery models, and the role they can play in the delivery of essential public infrastructure. Our two and half day program has been designed to help you plan and procure successful project initiatives, understand best practices in selecting and negotiating with prospective partners, and take the proper steps to ensure project success. 

New this year, we will also offer in-depth roundtable discussions for attendees with interest in discussing specific project delivery issues in a more candid and interactive forum.

What Can You Expect With the 2024 Program?

The program will provide a review of the most notable events that shaped the infrastructure landscape in the past year, and address some of the major political, policy, and project developments that are likely to define the market moving forward. State and city leaders in infrastructure across the country will offer perspectives on local infrastructure needs, key drivers for action while considering major challenges, and the potential roles and limitations of a variety of alternative proejct delivery models. We will also explore strategies for managing project delivery decisions, as well as discuss the anticipated role that alternative project delivery methods will play for federal, state and local infrastructure across multiple sectors.

  • 40+


  • 150+


  • 1000+

    Participating Delegates

  • 3

    Days of Networking

Conference panel having a discussion on stage

Past Leadership Presenters

  • Dale Bonner

    Executive Chairman Plenary Consessions

  • Jill Jamieson

    Managing Director, JLL

  • Martin Klepper

    Chairman Fengate US Infrastructure | Former Executive Director of the USDOT Build America Bureau

  • Leslie Darling

    Executive Director Chicago Infrastructure

  • Pete K. Rahn

    Secretary Maryland Department of Transportation

  • Belen Marcos

    President Cintra US

  • Seth Miller Gabriel

    Director Office of Public-Private Partnerships DC Government

  • Deborah Flint

    CEO of Los Angeles World Airports

  • James Ray

    Special Advisor to Secretary for Infrastructure, US DOT

  • Michael Hancock

    Mayor of Denver, Colorado

  • Daniel M. Feitelberg

    Former UC Merced Chancellor

  • John Hickenloopr

    Governor of Colorado

  • Jane Garvey

    Chairman of Meridian, Former Administrator of the FAA

  • Sly James

    Mayor of Kansas City, Missouri

  • Kim Day

    CEO of Denver International Airport

  • DJ Gribbin

    Stonepeak Infrastructure | Former Special Assistant to the President for Infrastructure

  • Dorothy Leland

    Chancellor, University of California at Merced

  • Patrick Foye

    Former Exec. Director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey