Visit our summit page to view videos, photos and presentations of this year’s 9th Annual Energy & Construction Best Practices Summit: Sustaining Our Nation’s Infrastructure. Then mark your calendar to visit Centralia College’s Lyceum lecture December 3 – featuring Matt Cutts, P.E., Critical Infrastructure Program Manager, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.

At the invitation of the Center of Excellence for Clean Energy, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Society of American Military Engineers presented a series of workshops that covered topics such as the current preparedness state of transportation, ports, and energy infrastructure in the Pacific Northwest and the Triple 3 Resilience Target during the 9th Annual Energy & Construction Summit held in June.

Matt Cutts was the master of ceremonies and the driving force behind recruiting experts and organizing presentations. He’ll explain the results of the workshops and what’s next for preparing our engineers, emergency managers and all of us who will rebuild the Pacific Northwest.

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