February 19, 2013

NEW URBANISM AND TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT AS FOCUS OF CBC’S MARCH PROGRAM

MERIDEN, CT – The momentum behind passenger rail service in the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield corridor is growing. Learn how the new generation, shifting lifestyles, and city transformations along the rail line will present opportunities for future design and construction projects.

The Connecticut Building Congress will hold a panel discussion on Tuesday, March 19th. Speakers include:

Mary Ellen Kowalewski, AICP, Director of Policy & Planning, Capitol Region Council of Governments

Patrick McMahon, Development Director, Town of Windsor Locks

Lawrence Kendzior, City Manager, City of Meriden

Sarah Lewis, AIA, CNU, Associate & TOD Project Director, Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.

Moderator: John Hankins, LEP, CPG, Senior Vice President, Fuss & O’Neill, Inc.

Tuesday, March 19, 2013
5:30pm – 6:30pm Registration/Networking
6:30pm – 8:30pm Dinner and Program

Augusta Curtis Cultural Center
175 East Main Street
Meriden, CT

Please register by Thursday, March 14th.

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For Immediate Release – February 19, 2013
Contact: Rich Bergan
Marketing Chair
Connecticut Building Congress
rabergan@berganwood.com
203.626.1717

Theresa Casey, FSMPS, CPSM
Executive Director
Connecticut Building Congress
cbc@cbc-ct.org
860.228.0163
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Theresa Casey, FSMPS, CPSM, Executive Director, On Target Marketing & Communications, (860) 228-0163 or cbc@cbc-ct.org
Grace DelStritto, Administrative Assistant, (203) 934-4831 or cbcadmin@cbc-ct.org

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