Where: Delta Hotel Calgary Downtown
Address: 209 4 Avenue Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada, Calgary
Time: 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm
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Maximum Seats: 60
Available Seats: 31
Registered Seats: 29
Stoney Trail (Ring Road) – Challenges and Success
Ric McIver (MLA)
Stoney Trail is a 69-kilometre (43 mi) freeway in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Signed as Highway 201, it is a ring road that is approximately 70% complete, serving as an important bypass around the city and an alternate route to the congested Highway 1 (Trans-Canada Highway) and Highway 2 (Deerfoot Trail). Stoney Trail begins in the city’s northwest at Highway 1 near Canada Olympic Park, running north across the Bow River and Crowchild Trail. It winds through neighbourhoods of northwest Calgary to Deerfoot Trail and the Queen Elizabeth II Highway. Turning south, the freeway again intersects Highway 1, crosses Glenmore Trail, and curves west at the neighbourhood of Mahogany. Beyond a second major interchange with Deerfoot Trail, it descends across the Bow River and ends at Macleod Trail in the city’s southeast.
As imagined, the complexities with building one of the largest infrastructure projects that Calgary and the province have seen, with intermingling of Federal, Provincial, and Municipal governements, made for some large challenges. Rick will be sharing his experiences on how the City / Province managed through such a large project, with many key stakeholders and invested parties (including the tax payers and Aboriginal groups). He will also talk about what success’s and what challenges they faced during the approval & construction phase, funding structure and complexities within, and experiences with mangaging contractors to ensure the project stayed on course and was delivered as intented to all Calgarians.
Ric McIver is the MLA for Calgary-Hays and was elected to his second term on May 5, 2015.
During his first term as MLA, Ric served as Minister in three portfolios: Infrastructure, Transportation and most recently Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour. He was also a member of Treasury Board and the government Operations Committee.
Before becoming an MLA, Ric was the Ward 12 alderman on Calgary city council for three terms, from 2001 to 2010. During that time, he served on the boards of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association, the Calgary Police Commission and the Metropolitan Calgary Foundation. He also served as chair of the Calgary Housing Company.
Originally from Ontario, Ric became an Albertan on July 26, 1981. He has worked in the food industry in many different roles, including national sales manager and sales and marketing manager of different organizations. He has also owned and operated a food distribution and marketing wholesale business.
Ric is married to Christine, the founder and CEO of the Kids Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta. Between them they have four children and two grandchildren, all living in Calgary.
Location & Time
Delta Hotel Calgary Downtown (209 4 Ave SE, Calgary)
Cocktails 5:30, Dinner 6:00, Meeting 6:45 pm
$35 for members, $40 for non-members, $15 for students.
Please register online at our website: www.aaceicalgary.org through PayPal System, no later than
Mid-day Tuesday April 24, 2018. If you cannot register through PayPal, email to (firstname.lastname@example.org)
WHO IS INVITED?
Cost analysts, cost engineers, estimators, planners & schedulers and project managers. Also, practitioners or professionals of any and all levels with an active interest in project costs, execution, construction management, contracts management, estimates, schedules and project management.
Payment User Guide:
Please note that payment will not be refunded or transferred to another month if you are unable to attend.