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Thu, Feb 27


Bay Area Metro Cntr - Rm 109 Yerba Buena

CMAA Norcal Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Forum

TOD’s are picking up great momentum throughout the Bay Area creating compact, walkable, pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use communities centered around transit centers. Come learn how TOD’s have and will create walkable communities that greatly reduce the need for driving and energy consumption.

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CMAA Norcal Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Forum
CMAA Norcal Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Forum

Time & Location

Feb 27, 2020, 8:30 AM – 11:00 AM

Bay Area Metro Cntr - Rm 109 Yerba Buena, 375 Beale St, San Francisco, CA 94105, USA


About The Event

CMAA Northern California is partnering with ACEC Bay Bridge Chapter & WTS San Francisco Bay Area Chapter for this event.

Schedule - Breakfast Program

8:30-9:30 – Registration and Networking (Hot Breakfast with Coffee/Tea/Juice will be available)

9:30-9:45 – Special Guest and Keynote Speaker Welcome               

9:45-11:00 – Panel Presentations & Q/A

Confirmed Speakers:

Special Guest Speaker - Ann Fryman, Legislative Aide, Senator Scott Wiener - Special Focus on Transportation, Land Use, and Housing Affordability 

Keynote Speaker: Alix Bockelman, MTC Deputy Executive Director 

VTA Speaker: Deborah Dagang, Director, Planning and Programming 

SFDPW/ SFMTA Speaker: Tim Kempf, Project Manager, Potrero Yard Modernization, SFDPW 

SFMTA Speaker: Rafe Rabalais, Long Range Asset Development Manager Facilities and Real Property Management (confirmed)

BART:  Sean Brooks, Director, Real Estate & Property Development 

Moderator: Michele DiFrancia, AICP, Planning Director, STV Inc.

Learn About:

• The role of the Construction/Program Manager/Owner Rep in TOD Projects 

•  Project delivery strategies and lessons learned from previous TOD Projects 

•  DBE/SBE Opportunities 

•  Timeline on upcoming procurements/business opportunities for the CM, A/E, and GC industry 

Special Guest Speaker, Ann Fryman - Legislative Aide, Senator Scott Wiener will present updates on SB 50, a bill that aims to build multi-family housing near transit areas and job centers and other transit priorities from the State and local level.    

Thank you to our Sponsors:

Gold Sponsor - VST Engineering Inc. -

Gold Sponsor - Perkins + Will - 

Silver Sponsor - STV Inc.

Silver Sponsor - Hill International -

Silver Sponsor - DLR Group


Contact Lauren Sullivan -

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