Our cities are shaped by the civil engineering profession. Engineers design the roads, streets, sidewalks, sewer and water systems that make our cities work. During the early decades of America’s suburban experiment, engineers were given great latitude to build things in the way they found most efficient and beneficial. As our infrastructure systems age and the maintenance costs mount, many inside and outside the profession are questioning the current approach.

What does a modern engineering profession look like? How is it adapting to an era of maintenance? How does what we’re asking licensed engineers to do need to shift to accommodate a new reality?

Charles Marohn will be joined by panelists Jason DeGray, Nicollette Barber and Kevin Shepherd.

Live broadcast with Q&A here at 1:00 PM Eastern.