Project Management Institute is pleased to announce the New Sun City Chapter Board for 2018-2020 term: President - Kyle Ibarra VP of Finance - Terry Vicuna VP of Governance/President Elect - Saul Trejo VP of Marketing - Gerardo Castillo VP of...
Welcome to PMI Sun City - El Paso, Texas Chapter! Welcome to the official PMI Sun City - Texas Chapter. The PMI Sun City - El Paso, Texas Chapter was created for Project Management and Business Professionals who are interested in Project...
You are cordially invited to attend our April 2019 chapter meeting on Thursday, April 25th, from 6:00 P.M. to 7:30 P.M.
Topic: Sustainable Infrastructure and Development
Speaker: Kyle Ibarra and Michael Villa
Date: Thursday, April 25th, 2019
Meeting Start Time: 6:00 PM
Meeting End Time: 7:30 PM
Location: El Paso Electric, 100 N. Stanton El Paso, TX 79901– First Floor Auditorium
Parking: Attendees can park at any of the metered parking spaces. It is free after 6:00 PM.
Sustainability was first introduced to the City of El Paso through the implementation of four bus rapid transit system corridors throughout the city. This new transit service consists of various components that make the system rapid and efficient. These four corridors serve as the backbone for development along the five major regions of El Paso: the west-side, downtown, northeast, east-side and lower valley. Route terminal nodes are established through the development of transfer center and transit oriented develop, creating the sustainable goals of creating urban zones at each node that include mix-use development, mixed-housing types, and transit anchors creating the hub for the development. Performance measures for these endeavors were developed as a means of ensuring the program and developments meet established goals and ensuring their performance as sustainable development. The goals developed from these performance measures have now been expanded for a sustainable energy operations sub-portfolio within the department. Sun Metro has aspirations and preparations for moving sustainability further in other areas currently not addressed.
Kyle Ibarra and Michael Villa are program and project managers respectively, for the City of El Paso Mass Transit Department commonly known as Sun Metro. Michael has a BS in Physical Geography and has over 10 years’ experience as a government planner. Kyle has over 20-years’ experience in several civil engineering subdisciplines. He holds a BSE in Civil Engineering and an MBA in Global Management; is a registered P.E., credentialed PMP.
Reminder: There will be no dinner served this month.
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