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Wednesday, April 17
TIMETRACK 1TRACK 2TRACK 3
Cascade C/DCascade A/JCascade B
8:00-11:00OSU Cascade Campus Technical Tour
12:00-1:30Opening Luncheon/Keynote Address: From a Brownfield to a Community Asset: The Expansion of OSU-Cascades in Bend (Cascade E-I)
2:00-3:00  What is Progressive Design/Build or Alternative Delivery?Planning to Performance: New Stormwater Management ManualTransportation Challenges on an Alaska Scale
3:30-4:30 Road Safety Audits - Engineering Investigative ScienceHow Trees Cool Water, Save Money, and Protect the Rogue RiverTechnology Spotlight
Thursday, April 18
TIMETRACK 1TRACK 2TRACK 3
DogwoodEvergreenFir
9:00-10:00 Officiating the Public Works Game - THATS A FOUL!!!!!How Can Local Government Benefit from Smart Grid InnovationCase Study on Business Continuity for Water/Wastewater Utilities
10:30-11:30Work Zone Challenges for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles (CAV)What I Need for a Stakeholder Process I Learned in KindergartenNatural Hazard Mitigation Plans
12:00-1:30Keynote Address: Bend- Positioning for a new Economy
2:00-3:00Paving Bend's Streets: How the City Manages their Annual PavingStormwater Master Plan Innovations (Who knew?)Public Assistance Fundamentals
3:30-4:30Manhole and Utilities in Roadways - Best PracticesHow Unmanned Aerial Systems are changing public works surveyingThe Impact of Floodplains on Communities
Friday, April 19
TIMETRACK 1TRACK 210:00 - 10:30

Hotel Check-out Break
Beverages only
DogwoodEvergreen
9:00-10:0014th Street Reconstruction - Developing a Safe, Convenient, Multi-modal Transportation SystemThe Stormy Side of I&I Abatement - Godfrey Park
10:30-11:30 Rapid Delivery for a Priority Project Using Progressive DB Sweaters in Summer? Retro Commissioning Could Help

Technical Program is subject to last minute changes. The latest program will be published in the Onsite Program. Any changes after printing date will be posted onsite.

Technical Session Descriptions

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Keynote Speakers

TUESDAY APRIL 17, 2019

http://oregon.apwa.net/Content/Chapters/oregon.apwa.net/Image/Events%2FSC18%2FMedary-1.jpgFrom a Brownfield to a Community Asset: The Expansion of OSU-Cascades in Bend

Oregon State University - Cascades opened the first 10-acres of its new campus near downtown Bend in 2016, fulfilling a 30-year community quest for a university presence in a region that lags behind the rest of Oregon in higher educational attainment, and was the largest area in the state without a four-year university.  Over the coming decades, OSU-Cascades will expand, developing a 128-acre campus for up to 5,000 students.  Learn how the transformation of the university-owned properties — a former pumice mine and former county demolition landfill — into a permanent community asset is one of the most innovative university development projects in the country.
Steve Pitman, Director of Facilities and Operations

WEDNESDAY APRIL 18, 2019

http://oregon.apwa.net/Content/Chapters/oregon.apwa.net/Image/Events%2FSC18%2FMcGlone%20Edward.jpgBend- Positioning for a new Economy

Bend is experiencing rapid growth. Learn about how the City has managed through this explosive growth and how it's preparing itself for a new economy through thoughtful community engagement, data and analytics, partnerships, and a culture that embraces a mixed and shared economy. The presentation will focus on new and innovative ways to address housing, transportation, and growth challenges.
Eric King, City Manager


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