[Recording]Economic and Resilience Impacts from Proposed Extension of Enterprise Boulevard in Lake Charles, LA – Dr. Daniel Groft, McNeese State University, David Dodd & Chris Feduccia, International Sustainable Resilience Center, Inc.
A recent analysis was put forth and presented to the City Council of Lake Charles in Louisiana regarding the potential expansion of Enterprise Boulevard, a major roadway in the region.
Please feel free to join REMI on Wednesday, September 16th from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. (ET) for “Economic and Resilience Impacts from Proposed Extension of Enterprise Boulevard in Lake Charles, LA,” our guest webinar presentation that examines the methodology and key results from the study and explains how it was applied to successfully engage stakeholders. The REMI model was used in the report to assess the economic impacts of improving the road to support regional growth and resiliency.
REMI Managing Economic Associate Chris Judson will be hosting this discussion alongside Daniel Groft, Ph.D., Director of the H.C. Drew Center for Economic Analysis at McNeese State University; David Dodd, President and CEO, and Chris Feduccia, Special Advisor, from the International Sustainable Resilience Center, Inc.; and Ernest Broussard, Senior Business Development Manager at Fugro.
During this webinar, our guest presenters will focus on the major topics related to the report presented to the city council that included an evaluation of the economic benefits from creating an alternate route for evacuation from downtown Lake Charles in case of hurricanes or industrial disasters.
This presentation on September 16th is intended to display how REMI can be incorporated in order to illustrate the economic and fiscal impact of various projects for any level of government.