AAAE Presents: SFIA Capital Improvement Plan and Contracting Opportunities

  • August 27, 2013
  • 5:30 PM
  • Lake Merced Golf Club, 2300 Junipero Serra Blvd., Daly City, CA
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  Asian American Architects and Engineers presents:    
 
SAN FRANCISCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT $4.1 BILLION 10-YEAR CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PLAN AND CONTRACTING OPPORTUNITIES











Speaker
Mr. Ivar Satero, PE
Deputy Airport Director
Design, Construction & Technology

The following Senior Staff of the "SFO Design, Construction & Technology Team" will also be present
Geoff Neumayr (Assoc. Deputy Director)
Reuben Halili (T1 Program Manager)
Judi Mosqueda (T3 Program Manager)
Mark Costanzo (Tower and Industrial Waste Treatment Plant Project Manager)
Jim Chiu (Runway Safety Areas Program Manager )
Kristin Allen (T1 Enable Projects Program Manager)

Date
Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Time
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM Registration and Reception
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM Dinner and Program

Location
Lake Merced Golf Club
2300 Junipero Serra Blvd., Daly City, CA 

Cost
$60.00 – Asian American Architects and Engineers (AAAE) and Council of Asian American Business Association (CAABA) members

$75.00 – Members of the following associated organizations:
Associated Professionals and Contractors (APAC)
Asian Indian Association of America
Society of Hispanic Architects, Planners and Engineers
Filipino Architects Contractors and Engineers
San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce
National Concilio of America

$95.00 – Non-members

Contact
Ben Au (415-796-7106) or Kendall Young (415-552-1118)

RSVP
Current AAAE members and non-members can register using the register link on the left.

Members of other associated organizations can email info@aaaenc.org to register.

Please RVSP by Friday, August 23, 2013

Directions

Walking from BART (about 1 mile away, about 20 minutes)

1. Exit the ticket area below the BART tracks and use underground walkway to cross John Daly Blvd and enter the BART parking lot.

2. Exit BART parking lot and make a left onto Junipero Serra Blvd. Walk south towards Citrus Ave. At Citrus Ave, continue south on Junipero Serra Blvd. across the I-280 freeway overpass until you reach the gated driveway on the right. Enter Lake Merced Golf Club through this driveway. 


Bus from BART – 121 Skyline College bus (arrives every 10-12 minutes)

1. Take SamTrans bus 121 – Skyline College. The time table for this bus lists the following arrival (closest to 5:30-6:00PM) times from Daly City BART Station: 5:11 PM, 5:41 PM, 6:13 PM, 6:43 PM, and 7:15 PM. 

2. Get off the bus at Junipero Serra Blvd. & 87th Street, in front of the parking lot for an IHOP. Walk north on Junipero Serra Blvd. (about 1 block), past the Korean Market and billboard to a gated driveway. Enter Lake Merced Golf Club through this driveway. 

Taxi from BART

Exit the ticket area below the BART tracks and walk to taxi loading zone. Taxis can drive into the golf club parking lot for drop offs. The golf club can call taxis for pick up following the event. Serra Taxi: (650) 991-3881


Driving Directions (PARKING IS FREE)

Driving from the North (Golden Gate Bridge, Richmond and Sunset Districts):

Southbound California Hwy.1 (Park Presidio, 19th Ave.) Take the John Daly Blvd East exit. Turn onto John Daly Blvd, and then right onto Junipero Serra for 0.7 miles. Club entrance is at the gated driveway on the right immediately after the I-280 freeway overpass.

Driving from From Bay Bridge and Downtown SF:

Hwy. 101 South to I-280. Exit Daly City/John Daly Blvd/Junipero Serra. Use the middle of the three exit lanes to continue straight (south) onto Junipero Serra. (Do not turn onto John Daly Blvd.) Go 0.7 miles south on Junipero Serra. Club entrance is at the gated driveway on the right immediately after the I-280 freeway overpass.

From the South (Peninsula /SF Airport):

I-280 North. Exit Westlake/Daly City. Turn right at first traffic light at Citrus Ave.  Make a U-turn on Citrus.  Turn left onto Junipero Serra southbound. Drive about 200 yards to Club entrance at the gated driveway on the right immediately after the I-280 freeway overpass.

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