2017 March Chapter Meeting

March 09, 2017
5:00 PM MST to 8:00 PM MST
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Hotel Eleganté Conference & Event Center
2886 S Circle Dr.
Colorado Springs, CO 80906
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Note: This will be one two hour presentation starting at 6:00pm after 5:00pm dinner meeting. 

Session 1 & 2 ( 2 PDU): 

1 PDU in Leadership and 1 PDU in Business & Strategic Management 

CDOT Projects in the Pikes Peak Region

Join the Colorado Department of Transportation as they share with us some of the great projects going on in our region. Learn many of the facet of the project such as scheduling, risk management, planning, how they partner with other organizations such as the Pikes Peak Area Council of Governments.

Projects such as the

CO 21 (Powers Boulevard) and Old Ranch Road

Crews on this project will build a four-lane freeway from north of Union Boulevard to CO 83, move the existing bridge over the new mainline CO 21 (Powers Boulevard) and shift mainline traffic to CO 21. The at-grade intersections will remain and carry only ramp traffic.

CO 21 (Powers Boulevard) Widening Fountain Boulevard to Platte Ave.

This project will reduce congestion and improve safety on CO 21 by widening two roads and adding turn lanes.

I-25 and Fillmore Street Interchange

Construction on the Interstate 25 and Fillmore Street Interchange project in Colorado Springs is progressing as crews work to complete work on the new Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI). The project converted the existing interchange into a DDI configuration—the second along the Front Range and the third in Colorado.

The new interchange provides a more efficient traffic flow by allowing for continuous transition on and off the highway, increased traffic capacity and reducing the conflict points at intersections. Additionally, larger pedestrian walkways and bike paths will improve safety through the corridor.

And projects in process such as the

I-25 / Cimarron Street (US 24) Interchange Design-Build Project

One of the region's busiest interstate highway interchanges is preparing for a multi-million dollar makeover. The Interstate-25/Cimarron Interchange reconstruction is the second largest highway project in Colorado Springs history (COSMIX—Colorado Springs Metropolitan Expansion Project: 2004-2008—is the largest).

The project, slated for completion in December 2017, will transform the decades-old structure into a more efficient and more attractive gateway to Colorado Springs, El Paso County and the mountain communities to the west.

Following pre-construction activity in June 2015, local, state, and federal transportation officials and organizations realized the culmination of years of collaborative efforts to study, plan and fund the project.

I-25 and Cimarron Street is a key local and regional interchange that serves as a primary connection to downtown Colorado Springs to the east, and to neighborhoods and mountain communities to the west.

 

Speakers:

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Mark S. Andrew, P.E. David Watt, P.E.

 

 

Speaker Bio:

David Watt, P.E.
North Program Resident Engineer
CDOT, Region 2
Worked in the Colorado Springs Transportation Community for 33 years. I have been with CDOT for the last 17 years on project management duties on US 24 West, I-25 in El Paso County and SH 16. From 1984 to 2000 I worked in various positions with the El Paso County Department of Transporation.
Mark Andrew, P.E.
North Program Engineer
CDOT, Region 2
Worked in Transportation for 29 years
  • Employed with CDOT for 22 years
  • Prior to that - Muller Engineering 4 years
  • Prior to that - California DOT 3 years
North Program Engineer
  • Responsible for the delivery of design and construction program on CDOT highways for 5 Counties (El Paso, Teller, Park, Custer, and Fremont).
  • Main Corridors within these Counties are: I-25, SH 21 (Powers), US 24, US 50, US 285

 

10 Person/Seat Table Purchase Option:

PPRC is providing, to it's members, the option to purchase a 10-person/seat table at Chapter Meetings. For more information on the option and guidelines around a purchase, please visit the Multi-Seat Table Registration informational page.

 

Refund and Cancellation Policy:

The PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy is currently under revision. As per the approved revisions, cancellation of registrations for Chapter Meetings will be honored and refunds granted when the cancellation is completed/received by 11:59 PM seven business days before the event. 

You will be required to review and accept the current PMI Pikes Peak Regional Chapter Refund and Cancellation Policy as part of your registration.  Please review it here.

 

Registration Questions:

Please contact the VP Communications for any registration questions or problems that you may have.

YOU MUST RETURN TO www.pmipprc.org after submitting your payment at PayPal. After payment in PayPal, you will see a link GRAY BUTTON to return to pmipprc.org - do not use the back button/arrow in your browser - please click the gray button. Upon completion, you will recieve 3 emails:

 

  1. Registration Notification from PMI PPRC.
  2. Payment Receipt from PMI PPRC.
  3. Payment Receipt from PayPal. 

 

Receipts will be sent to your primary address, not the billing address. If you have not received emails from PMI PPRC confirming your payment receipt, please send the Registration Notificaton email to vp_communications@pmipprcorg AND vp_finance@pmipprc.org

 

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Tickets:

$35.00 Member
$30.00 Earlybird rate before March 3

$40.00 Non-Members/Guest

$300.00 10 Person Coupon Purchase. If the table has fewer than 10 people attending then no refunds or reassign to future meetings for the empty seats. A coupon code will be sent to you for distribution to all to use for individual registration.