April 18 Chapter Lunch Meeting
Tulalip Resort Casino
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd
Tulalip, WA 98271
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Board meeting: 10:00 a.m.
Social: 11:30 a.m.
Lunch: 12:00 p.m.
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Angela Brady, PE, PMP
Deputy Director, Office of the Waterfront Program Design and Delivery Manager City of Seattle
Angela has over 24 years of experience working as a Professional Engineer in the fields of civil, transportation, and structural engineering. She has successfully managed many complex engineering projects from the planning and environmental review phases, through design and construction. Her primary focus includes delivery of complex transportation projects within dense urban environments. Past projects for which she was directly responsible for include the Mercer Corridor Program ($250M), SR519 Surface Street Improvements ($15M), and S. 277th St. Reconstruction Program ($50M), to name a few. In her current role with the City of Seattle as Deputy Director of the Office of the Waterfront, she is responsible for the design and construction of a suite of projects worth a total of approximately $1.07B. Angela has a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Washington, is a licensed Professional Engineer in Washington State, and is also a licensed Project Management Professional with the Project Management Institute.
Waterfront Seattle presentation summary
The Waterfront Seattle Program is a multi-year program to rebuild Seattle’s waterfront following the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct. Waterfront Seattle is led by the City of Seattle's Office of the Waterfront and Civic Projects, working closely with civic leaders, stakeholders and the broader Seattle public to create a "Waterfront for All." Waterfront Seattle will create 20 acres of new public space and habitat improvements, reconnect Seattle’s urban core to Elliott Bay and create a true waterfront for all. Construction of the new waterfront began in 2017. In 2019, following the removal of the Alaskan Way Viaduct by the State of Washington, the City will begin constructing the new parks, paths and surface streets. Angela Brady will discuss the design of Waterfront Seattle and how the City will manage the construction of the numerous Waterfront Seattle projects.
Tossed Garden Salad with choice of Two Dressings.
An Assortment of Rolls and Butter.
Garden Risotto: Artichoke Hearts, Roasted Fennel, Sweet Peppers and Roma Tomatoes, Wild Mushrooms, Fresh Basil and Roasted Pine Nuts.
North Pacific Smoked Salmon: Apple wood Smoked Salmon with Fresh Seasonal Fruit Relish and Chive Oil Chef’s Choice Seasonal Vegetables and Steamed Jasmine Rice Blend with Almonds and Scallions.
Dessert: Tulalip Signature Parfait, Assorted Mixed Berries, Berry Sauce Soaked, White Cake, Light Vanilla Custard and Hazelnut Shortbread Cookie.
Freshly Brewed Killer Coffee, Decaffeinated Killer Coffee and an Assortment of Teas.
Registration opens March 15