The program on June 23, 2001 will examine some of the Big Projects we’ve been waiting for and try to find out why they haven’t been completed and what should be done.
The projects at issue will include Big Wind, Rail, the SuperFerry and the Biotech Campus at Kakaako, among others. We’ll have a blue-ribbon panel that will look for common denominators and try to find out why Hawaii seems to have so much trouble in planning and executing projects of this magnitude.
Join us for this important discussion, learn the future of these and other Big Projects, and get a handle on why doing them is such a challenge.
This event is graciously sponsored by Hawaii Business Magazine. Contact Bill Spencer at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about sponsorship opportunities.
If you’re not interested in knowing about Big Projects, just come for the lunch and networking.
Luncheon fee is $29 for members and affiliates (TechHui, ThinkTech, Bytemarks, Faculty and Government), $39 for non-members. Select your affiliation upon registration.
Join us Thursday, June 23, 2011. Registration begins at 11:30AM. Luncheon and program ends at 1:30PM
Aloha attire is requested by the Plaza Club. Parking is not validated, we suggest you park at Harbor Court, entrance on Bethel Street.
See you then!