Join fellow professionals of Metro-area engineering firms for a PDH tour of the Javits Center, including an exclusive networking session and presentation. Following the presentation, attendees will tour the facility, including the Javits Center "Green Roof."
When: October 10, 2019
Registration and Networking: 11:00 - 11:45 AM
Tour: 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
Tour Presented by: Alan Steel, President & Chief Executive Officer, The Javits Center (see below for bio).
Who Should Attend: This event is geared towards CEOs and principals of current member firms.
Cost: $75/Person for Members ($150/Person for Non-Members)
Tour/Program Sponsor: $1,000 ($1,750 Non-Member)
Note: Members MUST sign in to receive member pricing. Membership is by firm. Don't have a profile? Register for one on our website.
Tour/Program Sponsors will receive the following benefits:
- Two (2) Tickets to the tour
- Firm logo added to the event website
- Logo on signage at registration
Space is limited; register online above or download the registration flyer.
Alan Steel is the President & Chief Executive Officer of the New York Convention Center Operating Corporation, which operates the Javits Center on Manhattan’s West Side. Under Mr. Steel 's leadership, the Javits Center has launched an historic expansion project that will add more than 1 million square feet to the convention center, including more exhibition and meeting room space, a rooftop pavilion and a one-acre rooftop farm. Upon his appointment in 2012, Mr. Steel led the completion of a comprehensive renovation and operational overhaul that included significant investments in energy efficiency, security and technology. As a result, the Javits Center has emerged as a nationwide model of sustainability, partnering with research institutions and community groups to study and reinforce the positive impact on the local environment. Prior to the Javits Center, Mr. Steel spent more than 30 years as an event management executive and United Kingdom trade development official. He is the former President of George Little Management (GLM), a major producer of trade shows in the United States and Canada, where he was responsible for the creation of new events, oversight of corporate strategic planning, marketing programs and the direction for various company events including NY NOW (formerly New York International Gift Fair), the National Stationery Show, the International Contemporary Furniture Fair and SURTEX.