Autodesk at 9th North American Infrastructure Forum


Autodesk is excited to be part of the forum October 25-27, 2017.

Read more: A technology solution to America’s Infrastructure Challenge

When: Wednesday, October 25, 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

Where: 1 Market St #200, San Francisco

Presenter: Jay Nath, Chief Innovation Officer, Office of Mayor Edwin M. Lee, City of San Francisco

Jay Nath became San Francisco’s first Chief Innovation Officer after establishing the nation’s first open source government software policy and San Francisco’s open data legislation. In collaboration with the Obama White House, Nath launched the Mayor’s Startup in Residence program offering an on-premises incubator at City Hall. In partnership with GSA, Nath launched Superpublic the first of its kind collaboration space for government. He previously worked for PricewaterhouseCoopers and SquareTrade and graduated from Cornell.


“The challenges we face are too complex for any organization to tackle – we need the best and brightest inside and outside of City Hall working together to make real progress.”




Thought leadership panel: Technology that wins the future

When: Thursday, October 26, 9:30 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

Where: The Palace Hotel Grand Ballroom

Take a step beyond stating the incredible challenges in infrastructure and listen as CG/LA, Booze, Allen & Hamilton and an infrastructure owner discuss what it will take, starting now, to affect change. This includes the roles each need to play – whether technology firms, engineering firms or owners; how each are embracing innovation; and the barriers to deliver a more profitable, resilient industry, and a better built environment.

Moderator: Norm Anderson, President & CEO – CG/LA Infrastructure


  • Jess Montejano, Director of Policy and Communication for Supervisor Mark Farrell – City of San Francisco
  • Tom Crabtree, Executive Vice-President, IMH Group – Booze, Allen & Hamilton
  • Theo Agelopoulos, Director, Infrastructure Industry & Business Strategy – Autodesk


Conference registration required.

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