Join us as we dive into a half-day discussion on the innovation of housing, workplaces, and mobility/logistics in Georgia, and how we compare to national trends.
We are living – and doing business and creating public policy – in the most dynamic moment in the history of the built environment.
The very definitions and perceptions of every indoor and outdoor space on the planet are changing.
APPROVED FOR CREDIT HOURS
IN-PERSON attendance to this half-day conference has been has been approved for the following credit hours through the Council for Quality Growth’s education arm, the Quality Growth Institute.
- 3 Continuing Education (CE) credit hours by the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC School #7234, Course Code #75,148)
- 3.5 Professional Development Hour (PDH) Engineering Credits
- 3.5 AICP Certification Maintenance (CM) credit hours by the Georgia Planning Association
All credits are available for “in-class” attendance only.
People have more freedom to choose where they live. They’re considering taxes, politics, climate change and more. So, where should we build housing? What new forms do we need? How do we ensure that people at every economic strata can afford a place to live? And what regulation will support it?
How do we design and build workplaces for more remote and hybrid work? What does collaboration look like with distributed workforces? And what is the live-work-play of the future?
Were the past two years of disruption of the ways we move people and products an anomaly – or did they accelerate change that will continue? How do cities, counties, states and our country make investments in mobility infrastructure? How do companies build supply chains for the future?