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Registration Deadline is August 15, 2017
APWA City Branch 

August PDH Luncheon Announcement

A distinguished panel of Chicagoland infrastructure experts has been invited to lead a discussion with our public works guests from Australia who will address three key infrastructure topics in their country. 

This is a once in a lifetime event.  

We are expected to sell out, so don't delay and register today
Friday, August 18, 2017
Banquet Entrance
50 W. Randolph

Chicago, Illinois 60601

11:30 A.M. - 1:30 P.M.

$100.00 - Luncheon Sponsor (includes 1 seat & sponsor recognition) 
$300.00 - Premium Table Sponsor (includes 2 seats & sponsor recognition). Each agency executive will sit at a different table.
Panel Discussion Details: 

Don't miss out on this opportunity to learn from industry leaders locally and internationally!

Following the presentation, a panel of local agency leaders has been invited to lead an interactive Q&A with our guests from Australia. 
Luann Hamilton, Deputy Commissioner 
Chicago Department of Transportation

Randy Conner, Commissioner
Chicago Department of Water Management

Tom KotaracDeputy Executive Director for Policy
Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

Ted Berger, Chief of Staff

Chicago Office of Emergency Management & Communications

John Yonan, Superintendent
Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways

John Baczek, Deputy Region One Engineer
Illinois Department of Transportation
Marcella Landis, Assistant Director of Engineering 
Metropolitan Water Reclamation District of Greater Chicago

Michael Wood, Consul General 

Australian Consulate, Chicago
Presentation Details: 

The 2017 Municipal Engineering Foundation Victoria study tour involves four Australian Local Government Public Works Officers, from the State of Victoria, traveling as a group visiting and learning from local authorities and related organizations in United States and Canada.

The four tour participants - Geoff, Emma, Matt and Frank - are a mix of public works officers with engineering, planning and management backgrounds representing four different municipalities throughout the state of Victoria and City of Melbourne. 

Emma Dalton 
Infrastructure Services General Manager Shire of Campaspe 

Topic: Participative Engagement for Effectual Policy Development

Frank Vassilacos 
Strategic Land Use and Transport Planner City of Manningham 

Topic: Retrofitting Suburbia - Better Utilization of Existing Streetscapes

Matthew Varcoe 
Unit Leader, Development Engineering City of Whittlesea 

Topic: Drainage Strategies in Growth Areas

Geoff Glynn 
Director, Assets and Infrastructure City of Banyule 
Topic: Municipal Engineering Foundation

Please see this document for additional information: 2017 Overseas Study Tour Briefing Paper.
Registration Details: 

Receive 1.0 PDH for attending. 
Reception: 11:30 A.M.
Lunch: 12:00 P.M.
Presentations and Q & A with Executive Panel: 12:30 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.
Registration Deadline August 15th.
$20.00 - Public Sector & Students

$45.00 - APWA Members
$55.00 - Non-Members (membership applications will be available at the door)
$100.00 - Luncheon Sponsor (includes 1 seat & sponsor recognition) 
$300.00 - Premium Table Sponsor (includes 2 seats & sponsor recognition). Each agency executive will sit at a different table. 

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Event Date & Time:

8/18/2017  11:30 AM - 8/18/2017  1:30 PM

Venue :

Petterino's (Banquet Entrance)
50 W. Randolph
Chicago , IL , 60601

Contact Person :

John Mick, P.E.
Email :
Phone : (815) 444-3308
Company : Baxter & Woodman, Inc.
Title : Chicago Region Manager

Registration Items :

For Attendees:
  Government Employees & Students - $20
  APWA Member - $45
  Non-Member - $55
  Lunch Sponsor - $100
  Premium Table Sponsor - $300
  Premium Table Sponsor (Meal Ticket)
  Speakers and Panel Leaders

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