Dattner Architects’ Beth Greenberg FAIA will be taking part in this year’s New Jersey Transportation Conference and Expo. Greenberg will be presenting on Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Development alongside Russell Kriegel AIA, LEED AP BD+C, Assistant Chief Architect at The Port Authority of NY & NJ, and Mark J. Schiffman, P. E., Esq., Vice-President and Program Executive at MTA Capital Construction. Dattner Architects’ Gia Mainiero AIA, LEED AP BD+Cwill be moderating.
The Number 7 Subway Line Extension & New 34th Street / Hudson Yards Station (designed with WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff as lead and engineer-of-record) will be one of the examples of how infrastructure can provide new impetus to development. The panelists will also discuss the significance award-winning design has on transportation and neighborhood advancement.
NJ TransAction 2017 is a 3-day conference in Atlantic City, featuring 75 workshop sessions specializing in bus, rail, roads, bridges, paratransit, community transportation, and much more. The expo will provide a platform for more than 900 transportation management, directors, planners, engineers, operators, elected officials, and representatives to explore current trends, while creating opportunities to interact with others within the industry and generate new ideas.
Infrastructure as a Catalyst for Development
Tuesday, April 4, 2017
2:20 pm – 3:25 pm