Infrastructure Week (External Training): May ....

Description :

 Infrastructure Week returns to Seattle May 10th, with free virtual events Monday through Friday!

IW is your opportunity to hear from infrastructure professionals in a community-facing forum, where you can learn about regional projects & initiatives creating a more sustainable urban landscape. At #IW2021, we share the stories of Seattle’s essential workforce, a commonality in keeping us healthy, connected, and sustained throughout this epidemic, highlighting the criticality of resilient infrastructure, and how informed communities are shaping future-proof solutions. Join the conversation surrounding the challenges of urbanization, focused on collaborative pathways for Seattle’s infrastructure evolution.

Free online events starting 5/10 through 5/14; Open for networking @3:45PM, presentations @4:00PM.

05.10: History of Modernity, Rethinking Infrastructure, and Building Better.

05.11: Trash Talk Tuesday (and all things MSW)

05.12: Water Wednesday – Potable, Waste, Storm, and beyond.

05.13: Building Greenspaces and Transforming Energy

05.14: Shaping Equitable Infrastructure Legacies


We are seeking an interactive audience to re-think infrastructure and #buildfortomorrow !

Register on Eventbrite: https://iw2021seattle.eventbrite.comand learn more at


IW2021 will include speakers from Institute for Sustainable Infrastructure (ISI Envision), WSDOT, SLR Consulting, Kiterocket, Seattle Public Utilities Solid Waste & Water/Stormwater Divisions, Impact Bioenergy, Recology, King County WWTD, SightStory, Seattle 2030Districts, Seattle Parks & Recreation, Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition, and a joint presentation by Duwamish Valley Youth Corp and Introducing Youth to American Infrastructure (IYAI+)!

Event Date & Time:

5/10/2021  12:00 AM - 5/14/2021  11:59 PM

Venue :

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Contact Person :

Robert Hanlon
Email :
Phone : (000) 000-0000
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