MACo would like to thank Corvias Solutions for sponsoring the tote bags at MACo’s Summer Conference, August 12-15, 2015, in Ocean City, MD. A sturdy re-usable tote bag will be given to every registered attendee so that they can collect giveaways from sessions and from the exhibit halls.
Corvias Solutions helps public sector institutions partner with the private sector to solve their toughest environmental, energy, and infrastructure challenges using an inclusive and innovate public-private partnership model (P3) that emphasizes shared interests, performance and long-term sustainable reinvestment. As a proven solutions provider, public enterprises trust them to act as a business partner; to adopt their clients’ interest and goals; and, to collaborate on innovate solutions to a range of complex quality-of-life priorities. Corvias Solutions provides program management services as part of a long-term, adaptive management approach to large scale projects, creating strategies founded on measurable milestones and performance-driven accountability.
Best of all, their P3 philosophy delivers invaluable long-term benefits to the communities where we live, work and play – a healthier environment for future generations, enhanced economic investment and job growth, and new opportunities for local, small and disadvantaged business. Corvias Solutions is partnering with Prince George’s County on the State of Maryland’s first Urban Stormwater Retrofit Community Based Public Private Partnership to provide an Affordable Green Infrastructure Solution to meet the Urban Stormwater Obligations.
Please visit Corvias Solutions at www.corvias.com.
Learn more about MACo’s Summer Conference:
- Registration Brochure (contact email@example.com for help with registration)
- Online Registration
- Discounted Hotels List
- Exhibitor Brochure
- Sponsorship Brochure
- Golf Tournament Registration Form
For a schedule of educational sessions at MACo’s Summer Conference, please view the Registration Brochure.
Questions? Contact Meetings & Events Director Virginia White.