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Co-ordination Among Project Stakeholders
Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM (EDT)
Long Island City, NY
CEUs/PDHs offered – 6.5 AIA anticipated – 3 HSW anticipated – 3 LEED® SD anticipated
breakfast buffet and lunch provided
sign-in opens at 8:00
A Golden Era for Buildings
Dennis Neely, Neeley Consulting
Improving the Project Delivery Process Using Building Information Modeling
James G Jacobi, P.E. Senior Principal & Chief Information Officer, Water P. Moore
NYC’s Police Training Academy Project:Implementing BIM (Designed for LEED® Silver)
Michael Plottel, Project Executive, NYC Department of Design & Construction
New York City’s Development HUB Electronic Plan Submission System
Fred S Mosher Jr., AIA Deputy Commissioner, Development, NYC Department of Buildings
GSA FM/BIM Pilot Program: The Rodino Federal Office Building (LEED® Silver)
Laura Handler, Director of Virtual Design & Construction, Tocci Building Companies
The Tappan Zee Bridge: Project Design/Build Case Study
Maria Lehman, P.E. Project Director for Risk Management and Controls Tappan Zee Bridge Project,
New York State Thruway Authority
SUNY Oswego Townhouses Project: Green Building Project Coordination (LEED® Gold)Jodi Smits Anderson, AIA LEED AP, Director of Sustainable Programs, Dormitory Authority of the State of New York
NYC Infrastructure Reconstruction Challenges
Eric C. Macfarlane P.E. Deputy Commissioner, New York City Department of Design and Construction
Registration and other inquiries:
NYIEC, C/O Catherine Nigro, Port Authority of NY & NJ
Residents Engineer’s Office
90 Moonachie Avenue
Teterboro, NJ 07608
Patricia Salvato (201) 807-4055 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Nigro (201) 807-4013 E-Mail: email@example.com
When & Where
New York Interagency Engineering Council
The New York Interagency Engineering Council was established in 1979 by a group of professionals representing eight agencies and utility companies in the New York metropolitan region. Since then the council has grown to fourteen members.
The mission of NYIEC is to bring the planners, designers, and builders of our region's built environment to exchange infromation concerning common issues.
NYIEC sponsors a technical conference and annual meeting every year.