BuildSF Webinar: Featuring the Port of San Francisco
The Port of San Francisco will be joining our August meeting to share an update on its Waterfront Resilience Program (WRP) which addresses threats to our City including seismic and flood risks as well as sea level rise. The Port is conducting a series of meetings with groups throughout San Francisco to ensure residents are well informed about the program, its progress and how it will impact the City. The presentation will be followed by an opportunity for questions and answers.
This webinar is a part of the BuildSF Program. BuildSF is an initiative that convenes partners in the building, construction, and real estate industries to support economy-boosting projects in San Francisco. BuildSF identifies and rallies behind projects that grow the economy, improve the city's sustainability, and deliver housing and transportation infrastructure that meets the needs of the growing region.
Speakers: Rodney Fong
President & CEO, San Francisco Chamber of Commerce
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