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November 2018: Monthly Luncheon — Spotlight Denver
Denver Athletic Club
1325 Glenarm Place
Denver, CO 80204

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018, 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM MDT
Category: Monthly Luncheon

Get up to speed on three programs in Denver that will reshape our city and spur growth.

Adam Phipps, Denver Public Works, will provide an update on the more than 500 projects stemming from the Elevate Denver Bond Program — a 10-year, $937 million bond passed in 2017 that will result in transportation, infrastructure, parks and recreation centers, libraries and cultural facility projects. The National Western Center is moving at a breakneck speed. Keep up with the latest progress at the site from Deputy Director Brad Dodson and learn what’s on the board for the future development at the area known as The Triangle. Rising traffic congestion is an unwelcomed outcome of Denver’s robust economy and population growth. Jennifer Hillhouse, Director of Transportation and Mobility Planning, will show us how Denver is ready to reinvent it’s transportation system through its new Mobility Action Plan.

Ticket Prices
$55 Members
$90 Non-members          

Note: Only SMPS Colorado Members may register at member pricing. All ticket prices increase by $25 after November 9Walk-in registration may be available on site. On-site parking not guaranteed. If signage indicates "DAC members only," there may still be parking available. Please inquire.


Thank you to our event sponsor!





Adam Phipps, PE, PMP | Denver Public Works

Adam Phipps is the staff lead overseeing the public infrastructure projects resulting from the 2017 $937M GO Bond. 


Brad Dodson | Deputy Director  —  Mayor’s Office of the National Western Center

Brad Dodson is a multi-skilled leader with a proven history in managing large-scale development projects with complex financial structures. In his most recent role as Principal Project Manager in the Denver Department of Finance, he was responsible for managing the redevelopment of the former Gates factory site at I-25 and Broadway and crafting innovative financial structures for the Colorado Convention Center expansion and the Stapleton redevelopment. Prior to his work with the city, Brad had a highly successful, decade-long career in the Fortune 500 financial services industry. His personal passion for inclusive development that connects communities both physically and economically led him to the National Western Center. He is thrilled to be part of this transformative project! 




Jennifer Hillhouse | Director of Transportation and Mobility Planning —  Denver Public Works

Jennifer Hillhouse has more than 13 years’ experience encompassing various capacities in the planning industry and managing complex, multifaceted projects. She is skilled in transportation planning, infrastructure planning, community and land use planning. Jennifer grew up in the Denver area and received her Masters in Regional Urban Planning from CU Denver.