Reportcard for Alaska's Infrastructure

Alaska Chapter of APA

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Monday, November 14, 2016, 3:15 p.m.
Tuesday, November 15, 2016, 3:15 p.m. AKST

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Overview

The Alaska Section of American Society of Civil Engineers have spent the last year compiling information about the state of our States infrastructure. Our infrastructure is what makes our daily lifes work. We often forget where the electricity or water come from, we just expect that is should work when we turn it on. We want nice, maintained routes for our travel, whether it's a road, an airport, or a port, but often forget what it took to build it, and what it will take to maintain it for future generations. We prefer our waste to be collected without having to worry about where it goes. The Report card for Alaska's Infrastructure takes a 30,000 ft view of how well our infrastructure is meeting our needs as a state and how well we as a State are doing to maintain and develop our infrastructure to meet the needs of future generations of Alaskan's. Join our presentation of the scope of our infrastructure systems and needs, and bring your perspective to further the conversation for all of us.

Speakers

Tor Anderzen

Invited Speaker

Tor Anderzen is a Senior Aviation Engineer working for HDL Engineering Consultants in Palmer. Tor graduated from Michigan Technological University with a BS and MS in Civil Engineering. His primary work is in Aviation Planning and Design and did his Thesis on Airport Safety and Security in 2007. As a ... Read More

Contact Info

Jessica Smith, jessicaceilesmith@gmail.com