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National Engineering & Public Works Roadshow

November 28, 2022

Port of Long Beach, CA - United States

National Engineering & Public Works Roadshow

Mark your calendars: At 10 am on Cyber Monday, Nov. 28, 2022, at Pier D at the Port of Long Beach, the National Engineering & Public Works Roadshow will make its inaugural stop at the Long Beach International Gateway Bridge and the Port of Long Beach to highlight how infrastructure investment can improve communities and spark economic growth.

This event is open to the media and will be live-streamed by the Port of Long Beach. Streaming information will be shared upon RSVP.

The Engineering & Public Works Roadshow represents the first time the leading organizations representing the designers and public operators of America’s infrastructure have joined together to shine a light on what successful infrastructure investment means for the nation’s economy, jobs, the environment, and our future. The Roadshow is a joint project of the American Council of Engineering Companies, the American Public Works Association, and the American Society of Civil Engineers.

WHO: National and California leaders of the American Council of Engineering Companies, the American Public Works Association, and the America Society of Civil Engineers; leadership from the Port of Long Beach; representatives from engineering firm WSP USA; local, state, and federal elected officials.

WHAT: Inaugural event of the national Engineering & Public Works Roadshow spotlighting the economic contribution of the Long Beach International Gateway Bridge and the Port of Long Beach. This event will be live-streamed, and streaming information will be shared upon RSVP.

WHEN: 10:00 am to 11:00 am PT on Monday, Nov. 28, 2022

WHERE: Adjacent to CEMEX Cement Terminal, 601 Pier D Ave., Long Beach, CA 90802

RSVP: Email Allison Schneider at ACEC [email protected]

Contact:

Allison Schneider

12396451188

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