Rocky Mountain SWEP – Panel Discussion on the National Western Center Development – 2/26
February 26 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Feb 26_National Western Redevelopment Panel The Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Society of Women Environmental Professionals invites you to join them for the
PANEL DISCUSSION ON THE NATIONAL WESTERN CENTER REDEVELOPMENT
Date and Time: Wednesday February 26th, 2020 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Location: Geotech Environmental, 2650 East 40th Avenue, Denver, CO 80205
Price: $25 box lunch included, payments are non-refundable
RSVP: Please RSVP by COB Monday February 24th in order to have a box lunch. RSVP and payments can be made at:
Click on this link for the flyer: Feb 26_National Western Redevelopment Panel 2
In 2015, the National Western Center Master Plan established a long-range vision, guiding principles, and goals for the redevelopment of the National Western Complex and Denver Coliseum, and the revitalization of this historical region of Denver. The City & County of Denver and it’s project partners have worked with surrounding community members, civic leaders, and nonprofits to envision a place that honors and fosters the cultural contributions of the historic Western activities on the site, and enhances the campus to a destination of inspiration and impact. Please join SWEP to hear more on the environmental and sustainability aspects of the redevelopment process from individuals involved in the redevelopment, including the City of Denver, Pinyon Environmental, and LT Environmental. They hope you’ll join them and bring a friend!
About the speakers:
Mr. Nick Talocco, P.E. is a Senior Engineer with LT Environmental, Inc. a proud member of WSP. LT Environmental, Inc. has served as a subconsultant to the Prime Subcontractors who are completing the horizontal improvements related to the National Western Center Horizontal Portfolio. LTE has assisted with the design of groundwater dewatering systems (well point systems), water treatment systems for the collected groundwater, operation and management of the dewatering treatment systems, and sampling and reporting related to certifications to discharge issued under Colorado Discharge Permit System (CDPS) General Permit COG315000.
Jillian Mauer is with Pinyon Environmental, Inc., and serves as the Environmental Compliance Manager for the Horizontal Integrated Contractor (HIC). The HIC is delivering the Horizontal Portfolio scope, Jillian is leading the environmental compliance efforts at the project on behalf of the HIC. She has experience conducting a broad range of environmental consulting services, and works with NWCO, HIC, and Prime Subcontractors to ensure project activities are completed in a manner that facilitates compliance with contractual, regulatory, and programmatic environmental requirements.
Melissa Rosas is with the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center as the Portfolio Integration Manager. She co-leads the Portfolio Integration and Design Team which covers various program aspects such as most recently, interfacing with the Denver’s Department of Public Health & Environment, managing the project handover process and supporting the Workforce Development Program.
Allison Hanna is with the Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center as a Project Manager. She interfaces between the horizontal and vertical portfolios for the program to provide meaningful connections to the overall delivery of the campus, supporting multiple program aspects including the Stockyards Events Center and the Historic and Cultural Resources.
They look forward to seeing you there!
Your Rocky Mountain SWEP Chapter Leadership Team