Photo by Noah Christman for SPUR
The track record for megaproject implementation has been spotty in California, particularly here in the Bay Area. These large-scale infrastructure projects involve many complications and are typically implemented more slowly and more expensively than initially projected. Are such difficulties just par for the course for such endeavors? Are the odds stacked against us when building them? What can other professions teach us about quality assurance processes and learning from past mistakes? Come find out how we might do megaprojects right.
+ Eric Eidlin / City of San Jose
+ Dena Belzer / Strategic Economics
+ Alix Bockelman / MTC
+ Shannon Peloquin / McKinsey & Company
+ Jay Witherspoon / CH2M
free for SPUR members
$10 for non-members
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