MPAC (Virtual): Waterfront Seattle

Description :


MPAC (Virtual): Waterfront Seattle

Twenty acres of new parks and public spaces are being built in the footprint of the Alaskan Way Viaduct, anchored by a new park promenade along Elliott Bay and a new surface street on Alaskan Way. Existing parks at Piers 58 and 62 will be rebuilt to support community events, families and active recreation. A new elevated park called the ‘Overlook Walk’ will connect Pike Place Market to the waterfront and support an expansion of the Seattle Aquarium. East-west streets in Pioneer Square, the Pike and Pine corridor and Belltown will be enhanced, improving access from our downtown neighborhoods to Elliott Bay. Please join us to learn more about work up to now, and what efforts lie ahead for Waterfront Seattle.

About the Speaker

Angela Brady, PE, Deputy Director – Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects 

Angela has over 20 years of experience working as a Professional Engineer in the fields of civil, transportation, and structural engineering.  She has successfully managed many complex engineering projects from the planning and environmental review phases, through design and construction.  Her primary focus includes delivery of complex transportation projects within dense urban environments.  Past projects for which she was directly responsible for include the Mercer Corridor Program ($250M), SR519 Surface Street Improvements ($15M), and S. 277th St. Reconstruction ($50M), to name a few.  In her current role with the City of Seattle as Deputy Director in charge of Design and Delivery of the Waterfront Program, she is responsible for delivery of a suite of projects worth a total of $1.07B.  Angela has a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington, is a licensed Professional Engineer in Washington State, and is also a licensed Project Management Professional with the Project Management Institute.   


$15 (APWA Members)

$25 (Non-APWA Members)

Professional Development Hours

This training session may qualify for 1.0 Professional Development Hour (PDHs).  Participants are responsible for tracking their own PDHs.


E-mail Ajay Heitzmann, HNTB, Corp., at aheitzmann@HNTB.comor call 425-450-2560 for more information about the presentation.

Contact Erin Ingersoll, Meeting Visions, for registration questions.


Event Date & Time:

11/4/2020  12:30 PM - 11/4/2020  1:30 PM

Venue :

WA ,

Contact Person :

Ajay Heitzmann
Email :
Phone : (000) 000-0000
Company : HNTB Corporation
Title : Project Engineer


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