Welcome to the 6th Annual Infraday California. This event aims to bring together policymakers, industry experts, researchers, and stakeholders to discuss the challenges and opportunities related to infrastructure development and modernization in California.
California has a diverse and rapidly growing population, which requires an efficient and sustainable infrastructure network to support economic growth and social development. The state's infrastructure system faces several challenges, such as outdated transportation systems, water scarcity, and an aging power grid. The event aims to address these challenges by exploring innovative solutions and best practices in infrastructure development.
The event will feature keynote speeches, panel discussions, and interactive workshops on a range of topics, including transportation, energy, water, and communication infrastructure. Participants will have the opportunity to learn from experts in the field, share their experiences, and collaborate on solutions to the challenges facing infrastructure development in California.
The event aims to provide a platform for participants to network, engage, and collaborate with each other and explore new partnerships to advance infrastructure development in California. We invite all interested parties to join us at this event and contribute to the critical conversation on infrastructure development and modernization.
2023 Topics Will Include:
State of the Market: Delivering Infrastructure Projects in California
Projects and Programs to Protect a Climate Risk Vulnerable California
Managing Stormwater on Major Infrastructure Projects
Mitigation + Adaptation = Climate Action
Technology to Improve Infrastructure Project Performance
Can Technology Meet the Moment? Build Public Trust & Improve Outcomes with Asset Lifecycle Management
Traffic Management While Building New Gerald Desmond Bridge and Middle Harbor Container Terminal
The Hydrogen Economy
California High-Speed Rail Authority Program Update
Airport Infrastructure in California: IIJA Funding, New Programs and Innovation
Doing More With Less Through Digital Transformation in “The Year of Efficiency”
Downtown Los Angeles Community Plan Update - (DTLA 2040)
City of San Diego Sustainability & Mobility
Watch Your Assets: Risk vs. Crisis Management
The Promise of Digital Transformation in Utility Engineering
California Electric Vehicles & Charging Infrastructure
We invite you to join us on April 18 in Los Angeles!