Emerging Professionals Day
Land8 Happy Hour

Tuesday, September 25
the kings beerhall
8:30 pm - 11:30 pm

Join Land8: Landscape Architects Network for a networking happy hour at sponsored by Permaloc at The Kings Beer Hall. Complimentary drink tickets will be given to all of those that purchase a pass for the conference and free to attend for those who RSVP! A cash bar will be available for those who do not participate in CitiesAlive®. The Kings Beer Hall is a quick 15 minute walk from the hotel. 

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Local Host Committee Networking Cruise

Wednesday, September 26
Circle Line Cruises, Pier 16
7:30 pm - 10:30 pm

The CitiesAlive® 2018 Local Host Committee Reception Cruise will board at Pier 16 a short distance away from the conference hotel. Enjoy a unique networking opportunity with up to 400 industry experts while soaking in the views of Lower Manhattan, Lady Liberty and the Hudson River. Save $30 on this ticket when you're a CitiesAlive® delegate (available with GRP & Emerging Professional Pass, Advanced Delegate Pass and Basic Pass, 1-day or half-day passes)!

$59 for CitiesAlive® Delegates | $89 for Non-CitiesAlive® Delegates

The ticket price includes a light dinner, open bar of alcoholic (beer & wine) & non-alcoholic drinks, and entertainment. 


Closing Networking Reception


Green Infrastructure Charrette 

Details coming soon

The Green Infrastructure Charrette Program brings together teams of interdisciplinary experts and local stakeholders to reimagine their communities using green infrastructure. The redesigns are then subjected to a detailed cost-benefit analysis based on a matrix developed by the Green Infrastructure Foundation.

The combination of engaging visuals and financial analysis help to articulate a compelling vision for green infrastructure investment, opening the eyes of community leaders and policy makers to the possibility of transforming their communities. 

For sponsorship or participation opportunities, contact Rohan Lilauwala at rlilauwala@greenroofs.org. For more about the program and to learn about previous charrettes, visit greeninfrastructurefoundation.org/charrette