The Power of Partnerships: Case Studies on the Role Partnerships Play in Site Development
(Previously Coffee & Current News but moved to April Program)
1 hour Oregon CE credit available!Presented by Stacy Frost, Maul Foster & Alongi
Join us April 14th for an interesting look at complex and real site development projects:
- Planning & Development
- Health & Safety
- GIS & Data Management
- Construction Services
The conversation will be presented by our Power Partner, Stacy Frost with Maul Foster & Alongi. Mr. Frost is a Principal Engineer and leads the engineering team at Maul Foster & Alongi, Inc. He has assisted clients with all aspects of site development for over 20 years. He works closely with both large and small project teams to develop design concepts and help create development strategies that benefit the community.
Clients appreciate Mr. Frost’s focus on understanding their business goals and leading project teams that address these goals. He facilitates design charrettes, participates in public outreach and stakeholder engagement, and negotiates with public agencies and private stakeholder groups.
Mr. Frost’s experience as a professional engineer includes leading the civil design of industrial, commercial, residential, waterfront, and port developments. His extensive experience with public-private partnership projects often involve brownfield projects, including several award-winning brownfield redevelopments in the Pacific Northwest. He seeks out opportunities to leverage his experience in brownfield redevelopment for his clients with an emphasis on incorporating the remediation strategy into the redevelopment.Maul Foster & Alongi
is an integrated multidisciplinary professional organization consulting in planning and development services, GIS and data analysis, environmental, engineering, communications, and health and safety. They work with diverse client types, including attorneys, forest products, mining, public agencies, heavy industry, solid waste and recycling, food processing, ports, real estate, and petroleum.
MFA is a locally-owned Pacific Northwest consulting firm established in Vancouver, Washington by Jim Maul, Tom Foster, and Neil Alongi. Since its inception in 1996, MFA has grown from four employees to more than 125 employees and now has offices in Vancouver, Seattle, and Bellingham, Washington; Portland, Lake Oswego, and The Dalles, Oregon; and Kellogg and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. In 2013, MFA became a 100% employee-owned company.