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Partnering with Industry Symposium



Thanks to all those who came out on Thursday, January 24, 2019 to attend the 19th edition of the Partnering with Industry Symposium. A partnership between The City of Calgary and the Alberta Roadbuilders & Heavy Construction Association, this annual event was created as a venue for bringing together City representatives with public partners and local industry to share information on capital program budgets, upcoming projects, emerging trends, and issues.

With a theme of “Optimizing Value”, this year’s presentations by The City of Calgary outlined the major projects and focus areas coming out of the recently approved 2019-2022 Service Plans and Budgets, referred to as ‘One Calgary’. These presentations highlighted the following City of Calgary Council Priorities: A well-run city, A prosperous city, A city of safe and inspiring neighbourhoods, A city that moves, and A healthy and green city.

The audience of more than 650 also heard public partner presentations from: Public Services and Procurement Canada, Alberta Health Services, Alberta Transportation, The University of Calgary and Calgary Municipal Land Corporation.

Not able to make it to the Symposium? Check out all of the speakers’ presentations below:

City of Calgary Presentations

A Well-Run City (972KB) by Brad Stevens, Deputy City Manager

A Prosperous City (1.93MB)  by Sarah Woodgate, Director, Calgary Housing

A City of Safe and Inspiring Neighbourhoods (1.38MB) by Thom Mahler, Manager, Urban Strategy

A City that Moves (3.05MB) by Kerensa Fromherz, Director, Transportation Infrastructure

A Healthy and Green City (1.06MB)  by David Duckworth, General Manager, Utilities & Environmental Protection

Public Partner Presentations

Public Services and Procurement Canada (1MB) by Kevin Turner, Regional Director

Alberta Health Services (1.25MB) by Nicola Huppertz, Director, Projects Centre of Expertise and Provincial Programs

Alberta Transportation (1MB)  by Shane Delorey, Project Director

The University of Calgary (3MB) by Boris Dragicevic, Associate Vice-President, Facilities Development

Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (4.2MB) by Kate Thompson, Vice President, Projects

Questions & Answers

New to this year’s edition of the Symposium was the addition of a live ‘Q&A’ panel discussion with the City of Calgary presenters. We have compiled the full list of questions that were posed in-person and in-writing at the event, as well as those that were sent in by email.

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