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Bay Bridge Chapter Represents the Following Cities:

Alameda, Berkeley, Emeryville, Oakland, San Francisco

Upcoming Event Information

Feb
26
Wed
2020
A/E/C Lunch Symposium: Proposal Alliances, Best Practices and Winning Strategies @ Scott's Seafood, Jack London Square, Oakland
Feb 26 @ 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

This event is being co-hosted by the WTS SF Bay Area Chapter and the CMAA NorCal Chapter.

This lunchtime event will allow members and non-members alike the opportunity to meet, learn and glean valuable insight from decision makers within large consulting/design firms, as well as end clients who choose consultant teams for their projects.

The event will include a panel of industry professionals: Decision makers from three prime consulting firms, and decision makers from 1) a local public agency, 2) a healthcare organization, and a higher education representative.

The goals are to 1) allow prime firms to help shed light on what they look for when assembling a compelling proposal team, and 2) those representing the end clients can speak to what they look for in a winning proposal and/or interview from a pursuit team.

Check back for sponsorship opportunities, ticket prices, and special offerings for certified SBE, MBE, and WBE companies to showcase their firms at the event.

Feb
27
Thu
2020
CMAA NorCal Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Forum @ Bay Area Metro Center
Feb 27 @ 8:30 am – 11:00 am

The ACEC CA BBC is helping to promote this CMAA NorCal Chapter’s TOD event.

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.

Confirmed Speakers:
Special Guest Speaker – Ann Fryman, Legislative Aide, Senator Scott Wiener – Special Focus on Transportation, Land Use, and Housing Affordability. She will also 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.

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

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
Apr
26
Sun
2020
ACEC National Annual Convention @ Marriott Wardman Park
Apr 26 – Apr 29 all-day

Check back for additional event details.

May
20
Wed
2020
ACEC California Legislative Visit Day
May 20 all-day

For the first time, three organizations: ACEC California, APWA, & ASCE Region 9 are coming together to host the 2020 Legislative Visit Day (LVD).

LVD is a day dedicated to advancing the business interests of our members through interaction with elected officials. Everyone who attends will be given talking points to guide them in the meetings, and you will have the opportunity to establish our people and industry as an authority on important industry issues.

Event details can be found on the ACEC CA website.

Oct
28
Wed
2020
ACEC California’s Annual Strategic Summit
Oct 28 – Oct 31 all-day

This event will take place in conjuction with the ACEC National Fall Conference. Check back for additional event details.

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