2020 Airport Construction Strategy Summit Update
Due to the evolving and expanding COVID-19 pandemic and associated national, state/provincial, and local responses, the ACI-NA/ACC/AGC Airport Construction Strategy Summit in Orlando from May 19 – 20 has been cancelled. We are taking this action out of an abundance of caution and in accordance with the best available advice from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and World Health Organization.
All registration fees will be refunded in full. Registered participants should be receiving a notice of refund within the next two weeks. If you have any additional questions about meeting cancellations, please contact ACI-NA Meetings at email@example.com.
We will be rescheduling the conference for May 2021 in Orlando and hope to see you there.
The Summit provides airport construction professionals, capital program managers, and risk managers with practical and actionable information regarding how to improve capital project delivery and manage construction and project delivery risks. The program will feature many airports that have recently or are currently managing large capital improvement programs.
Who Should Attend
Any professional interested in learning about aviation trends or meeting industry leaders, including:
- Airport design & construction professionals
- Procurement & contract specialists
- Capital program managers
- Construction managers
- Program managers
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ACI-NA’s members enplane more than 95 percent of domestic and virtually all the international airline passenger and cargo traffic in North America. ACI-NA’s membership consists of more than 200 airport members, operating 360 North American airports, and nearly 400 aviation-related businesses.