November 11, 2014
A Flooding St. Louis?
A practical conversation about water, our built environment,
and the future of our region
ONLINE REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. WALK-IN REGISTRANTS ARE WELCOMED AT THE DOOR OF THE EVENT.
How do we develop a resilient St. Louis community in the face of a changing environment? Whether it’s flood-plain development, a changing insurance landscape, or uncertain government regulation, part of the answer will be how we approach the relationship between water and our built environment. Panelists from diverse perspectives will discuss the current status and future implications of these topics.
- Chip Crawford, Senior Principal, Forum Studio
- Mark Levin, City Administrator, Maryland Heights
- Richard Schuessler, Account Executive, Huntleigh McGehee
- Mike Towerman, Partner, Tri-Star Development
WHEN: Tuesday, November 11
7:30 - 8:00 am - Registration & Networking
8:00 - 9:00 am - Program
WHERE: Centene Arts Buidling (Grand Center), 4th FloorThere is parking on the surface streets and in a paid lot adjacent to the building.
3547 Olive Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
FEE: This event is free, but registration is required and space is limited to 150 people.
REGISTER: Click on the 'Register' button located on the left side of this screen.