Infrastructure, Innovation & Public-Private Partnerships

Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2017
9:00 to 10:30 a.m.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m.
Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce Board Room
Union Station, 30 West Pershing Road, Kansas City, Missouri 64108

Well-designed public-private partnerships can bring economies of scale, efficient design and operations, and innovative technologies that deliver cost savings over decades, not just in the near term.

How can the Kansas City region build the capacity to attract public-private funding? And are there opportunities to capture revenue, particularly from new technologies that emerge from these partnerships?

Ted Hamer, managing director in KPMG’s Global Infrastructure advisory practice, and Michael DeMers, director of innovative partnerships and alternative funding for MoDOT, will address those questions, and more, at this upcoming KINETIC forum.

Event sponsors:

Presented in partnership with:
American Council of Engineering Companies of KansasAmerican Council of Engineering Companies of MissouriAmerican Institute of Architects Kansas City
American Planning Association — Kansas City Metro SectionAutomobile Dealers Association of Greater Kansas CityGreater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce
Heartland Civic CollaborativeKansas City Area Development CouncilKansas City Institute for Transportation EngineersKansas Department of Transportation
Kansas Society of Professional EngineersKC RisingKC SmartPortMissouri Department of TransportationUrban Land Institute - Kansas City

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