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Infrastructure Committee

Joe Cable
julie rees

Committee Co-Chairs: Joe Cable, Bowman Consulting and Julie Rees, Tri Advocates

About:

The Infrastructure Committee addresses long-term planning issues that affect this key component for economic development growth. The Committee focuses on transportation, water, energy, and technology impacts to ensure the West Valley has a regional voice in this space. The Committee brings industry leaders in to share their knowledge with members.

Current Projects:

  • Partnership with West Valley Water Association
  • Communication & Connectivity Forums / Smart Region

 

Committee Participation:

City of Peoria, City of El Mirage, City of Surprise, AZ Biz Bank, Garver USA, Maricopa Association of Governments, Arizona State University, City of Glendale, Epcor, City of Goodyear, City of Avondale, Swift Transportation, Jennings Strouss & Salmon, P.L.C., Haydon Construction, AZ DOT, City of Phoenix, Valley Metro, Stanley Group, Civtech, City of Glendale, Carollo Engineers, Inc., Sun Health, Bowman Consulting, Triadvocates, Zona Wyyerd, SRP, Haydon Construction, Estrella Mountain Community College, WeSERV, Central Arizona Project, City of Litchfield Park, Coe & Van Loo Consultants, Inc., City of Tolleson, APS, West Valley Innovation Alliance, City of Buckeye, Pacific Office Automation, Newland Co., Hilgart Wilson, Arizona Legislators

WHAT MEMBERS ARE SAYING

"With I-10 and I-17 designated as Key Commerce Corridors for Arizona, Loop 303 and other freeway improvements in the West Valley allow for this uniquely positioned community to prosper economically. The proposed I-11 and State Route 30 corridors will continue to foster mobility and economic development for a growing region."

John Halikowski, Director,
Arizona Department of Transportation.

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