FIU & MIT are convening a new think tank representing academic, industry, government and environmental groups to discuss the economic, social, technological, and environmental challenges and strategies that will advance the achievement of sustainability in transportation infrastructure in Florida. 

Funded by a block of concrete and asphalt companies, the official purpose suggests they do want to hear from people, too.

It’s absolutely free to take part in this.

Transportation Infrastructure Sustainability Summit
Tuesday, October 29, 2013
8:00 AM – 4:30 PM
Kovens Conference Center
FIU Biscayne Bay Campus
3000 N.E. 151 Street, Miami, Fl. 33181-3000

Lead by Franz Ulm of MIT Concrete Sustainability Hub and Irtishad Ahmad of FIU OHL School of Construction, this is great opportunity to engage the people and interests that are literally paving our region’s future. That said, this the photo they use to promote the summit:

THIS is their image of transportation sustainability?

If you need any additional information, you can contact: Bernadette Chung at or at (305) 348-3537.

Concrete Sponsors of Sustainability


One Response to FIU & MIT Leading Free Transportation Sustainability Summit Tuesday

  1. Juan Navarro says:

    That picture does not help my confidence in this…


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