Anthony Phillips

DIRECTOR
Managing Director, Primary Investment North America John LaingJOHN LAING

Anthony Phillips has over 15 years’ experience in Infrastructure Investment in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, in many instances taking leading roles in consortiums during the tendering and financial …

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Anthony Phillips has over 15 years’ experience in Infrastructure Investment in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, in many instances taking leading roles in consortiums during the tendering and financial close process. During this time, he has been based in London and Sydney before relocating to the USA in 2014. Anthony leads a large team of Infrastructure Investment specialists based across North America focused upon delivering major Transportation, Environmental, Social and Communications Infrastructure. Prior to establishing John Laing’s USA offices in New York and Los Angeles, Anthony successfully led John Laing’s entry into the Australia and New Zealand P3 markets securing multiple projects. He has in-depth experience in roads, rail, social, broadband, water and waste management, and renewable energy. Anthony joined John Laing in 2005 and leads the North American team from Los Angeles. Building upon John Laing’s successful long term involvement in the North American P3 market, Anthony has responsibility for all development and transaction execution activities in the region.

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Belen Marcos

DIRECTOR
President Cintra USCintra

Belen Marcos is the United States President of Cintra, a global leader in transportation infrastructure development with U.S. headquarters in Austin, Texas. As president, Ms. Marcos is responsible for leading …

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Belen Marcos is the United States President of Cintra, a global leader in transportation infrastructure development with U.S. headquarters in Austin, Texas. As president, Ms. Marcos is responsible for leading Cintra’s U.S. operations, which includes nearly $8 billion in infrastructure projects and investments.

Ms. Marcos has more than 15 years of international leadership experience managing and operating tolled highways in the private infrastructure development and construction sectors. Most recently, she served as the Chief Executive Officer of the highly successful LBJ Express, North Tarrant Express and North Tarrant Express 35W managed lanes projects in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. In that capacity, she was responsible for the overall management, implementation, delivery and operation of the projects.

Ms. Marcos began her career in the Business Development Department at Cintra’s corporate offices in Madrid, Spain. She then went on to hold the leadership positions of Chief Operating Officer for the Chicago Skyway in Chicago, Illinois, and Chief Information Officer for the Indiana Toll Road in Granger, Indiana. Ms. Marcos earned a master’s degree in Civil Engineering from Universitat Politècnica de València in Spain and a master’s degree in Transportation Infrastructure from Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées in France.

She and her family live in Austin, Texas.

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Carol Todd

Senior Marketing and Brand Manager

As Senior Marketing and Brand Manager for AIAI, Carol is responsible for the oversight and management of the Association’s marketing efforts and brand integrity. She brings a solid knowledge and …

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As Senior Marketing and Brand Manager for AIAI, Carol is responsible for the oversight and management of the Association’s marketing efforts and brand integrity. She brings a solid knowledge and expertise of all things marketing, while adding a positive will-do attitude to every project. Carol is an experienced professional with a demonstrated history of successes in the marketing and advertising industry, and is determined and personable with a knack for nurturing professional relationships. A problem solver and plate spinner with a dedicated work ethic and enthusiasm, Carol works alongside the team and contributes to the growth and development of AIAI.

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Don Hunt

PrincipalThe Antero Company

Don has built his career around developing urban transportation solutions. As the Executive Director of the Colorado DOT, he moved the agency forward in intelligent transportation systems and roadway operations. …

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Don has built his career around developing urban transportation solutions. As the Executive Director of the Colorado DOT, he moved the agency forward in intelligent transportation systems and roadway operations. Don also served on national committees focusing on emerging connected and automated mobility. He is the founder of Mobility Choice, an ongoing public-private effort to ready the Denver region for technology-enabled mobility.

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Frank M. Rapoport, Esq.

Chief Strategy Officer

Frank M. Rapoport is AIAI’s Chief Strategy Advisor and brings insight and direction to the team on trends, opportunities and the direction of the P3 market. Frank is a Senior …

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Frank M. Rapoport is AIAI’s Chief Strategy Advisor and brings insight and direction to the team on trends, opportunities and the direction of the P3 market. Frank is a Senior Partner with the construction law firm of Peckar & Abramson, P.C. and Chair of the Infrastructure and Public-Private Partnerships Practice Groups. He has negotiated and closed 18 P3 deals in the U.S. privatized military housing market. Frank is also presently advising teams pursuing Miami Water, Corps Engineer P3s and multi-state roads, bridges and storm water P3s with state DOTs.

Frank is highly regarded for strategizing and implementing successful business-capture plans for clients pursuing P3, design-build and complex infrastructure projects. He combines a deep understanding of the legal and political framework for P3s with the experience of having handled big-ticket government contracts and construction litigation. His knowledge and respect for the political issues in P3 deals have led to many successful collaborations with key government officials.

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Gregory A. Kelly, PE

DIRECTOR
Chief Executive Officer U.S. and Latin America, WSPWSP

Gregory A. Kelly, P.E., is a member of WSP’s Senior Executive Team responsible for global operations, policy and direction for an engineering and professional services organization of 36,000 employees in …

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Gregory A. Kelly, P.E., is a member of WSP’s Senior Executive Team responsible for global operations, policy and direction for an engineering and professional services organization of 36,000 employees in more than 500 offices in 40 countries.

As chief executive officer of the USA and Latin America region of WSP, Mr. Kelly directs the operations of the firm in the United States and Latin America, overseeing a workforce of 8,000 employees and nearly US $2 billion in annual revenue. The firm is active on hundreds of projects in the region, across the transportation & infrastructure, buildings, energy, water and environment end markets. In this role, he has aggressively pushed sharing expertise across the company that has enabled WSP USA to execute all types of projects in any region of the country.

Greg led WSP USA in exploring how to best implement alternative project delivery methods.  As a result, WSP USA has successfully secured work with partners across the U.S.  He also led the efforts to streamline the company’s business processes, creating a unified set of practices that increase efficiency.

Active in the infrastructure services industry, Mr. Kelly frequently speaks on engineering and construction issues and participates on the executive boards of many leading industry organizations. Greg has testified before Congressional committees on public-private partnerships, gave the keynote address at the conference on American infrastructure at the Brookings Institution, and is a frequent speaker at the Eno Foundation Senior Executive Program in Washington, DC.  In May 2017, Mr. Kelly was the commencement speaker for the Temple University College of Engineering.

He has also been a guest lecturer on a number of topics including leadership, ethics and infrastructure delivery at Temple University, Stanford, NJIT and Pratt Institute.

Mr. Kelly is currently the Treasurer of the New York Building Congress, Chairman of the Salvadori Center, which focuses on STEM education for New York City schools, Chairman of the March of Dimes Transportation & Construction Industry Breakfast and a member of the Philadelphia Chamber CEO Council for Growth.  He also serves on the following boards:  Advisory Board of NYU School of Engineering and the Board of Visitors for the Engineering School at Temple University.   Additionally, Mr. Kelly is a member of the National Academy of Construction (NAC) and The Moles, one of the most prestigious organizations for the heavy construction industry. He is Chairman of the Design Professionals Coalition, a Board Member of the Association for the Improvement of Americas Infrastructure (AIAI) and a member of the Construction Industry Roundtable (CIRT).

Mr. Kelly has degrees from Temple University and the New Jersey Institute of Technology.

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Joe Wingerter

SECRETARY & TREASURER
Vice President Kiewit Infrastructure Group Kiewit

Joe Wingerter is a Vice President for Kiewit Development Company focusing on the growing opportunities in the US Public Private Partnership (P3) transportation sector. Joe brings nearly 30 years of …

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Joe Wingerter is a Vice President for Kiewit Development Company focusing on the growing opportunities in the US Public Private Partnership (P3) transportation sector. Joe brings nearly 30 years of industry experience and leads the interface on behalf of the Kiewit’s investment initiatives by providing technical oversight as an equity sponsor to support the optimization of the design-build pricing, schedule inputs and life cycle cost analysis. Joe manages the development, implementation and execution of project due diligence, pursuit and execution strategies for P3’s and other alternative delivery projects in the transportation sector for Kiewit. Since 2000, Joe has supported the pursuit of major transportation P3 and Design Build projects with a combined value of more than $25B across the US and Canada. Joe serves on numerous P3 boards and committees supporting the interests of Kiewit, the industry and governmental agencies to grow America’s infrastructure investment.

Experiences include service as Special Assistant to the President of the United States, NASA Senior Advisor, Associate Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, and Chief of Staff for two FEMA management administrations within the then-newly created United States Department of Homeland Security in the aftermath of 9/11, which included the awarding of high-level national security clearances.

Additional roles include Deputy Director of National Advance Operations for a U.S. presidential campaign, Director of Homeland Security and Intelligence for an international consulting firm, and as a spokesperson for federal agencies, the White House and Fortune 500 companies. Earlier professional experiences include roles as an Associated Press award-winning television reporter with CBS and ABC TV affiliates.

Professional experiences also include election as President of the Board of Directors of the American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s Public-Private Partnership Division, service on the Board of Directors of the Texas Association of Business, and service on standing committees of the American Legislative Exchange Council and National Council of State Legislators.

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Johan Henriksson

DIRECTOR
Executive Vice Presiden Skanska Infrastructure DevelopmentSkanska

Johan Henriksson is responsible for expanding Skanska’s flourishing P3 division in North America, which has already been awarded three of the largest P3 projects in U.S. history. Having served in …

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Johan Henriksson is responsible for expanding Skanska’s flourishing P3 division in North America, which has already been awarded three of the largest P3 projects in U.S. history. Having served in a variety of leadership positions at Skanska for the last 20 years, Henriksson has sophisticated knowledge in complex project development and project finance. He has previously served as CFO for Skanska Infrastructure Development AB where he was responsible for the accounting and reporting of the firm’s investments in concession companies worldwide. He was also CFO for Skanska USA’s Civil division where he managed over 100 people in the accounting and financing department. Most recently, Henriksson has been leading the firm’s winding down of operations in Latin America as president and CEO of Skanska Latin America.

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John Parkinson

Executive Director

John Parkinson is the Executive Director of AIAI – the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure. AIAI serves as a national proponent to facilitate education and legislation through targeted …

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John Parkinson is the Executive Director of AIAI – the Association for the Improvement of American Infrastructure. AIAI serves as a national proponent to facilitate education and legislation through targeted advocacy. AIAI believes that effective and well-planned advocacy can provide legislative leaders with the knowledge they need to make informed decisions about all of the benefits of public private partnership – economic development, life cycle cost savings, risk transfer and accelerated project delivery.

These Urban Land Institute local initiative councils were designed to create a topically focused, multi-disciplinary group of mid and senior level professionals, involved in specific facets of commercial real estate, committed to developing trusted connections and sharing best practices.  ULI New York’s Housing, Infrastructure and Sustainable Building Councils provided a forum for information exchange among peers on the “state of the art” within the development and investment arena.

Prior to joining the staff, he was a member of ULI, where his prior work included providing technology and services to the real estate industry. Those experiences included founding and running a business that provided document and drawing imaging services, as well as an on-line property management marketplace providing the economic advantages of electronic commerce. He has twenty five years of professional leadership and management experience in organizations ranging from start-ups to Fortune 200 firms, not-for-profits and the public sector.

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Kent Marshall

Retired, Vice President and Director of Public-Private Partnerships Granite ConstructionGranite

As Recently retired as Vice President and Director of Public Private Partnerships for Granite Construction, Kent Marshall brings extensive transportation and P3 leadership to AIAI. Mr. Marshall formerly directed the …

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As Recently retired as Vice President and Director of Public Private Partnerships for Granite Construction, Kent Marshall brings extensive transportation and P3 leadership to AIAI. Mr. Marshall formerly directed the Public Private Partnership efforts for Granite Construction. His prior responsibilities include Business Development, Strategic Planning, Operations Planning, Mergers & Acquisitions, and Law. Mr. Marshall’s 18 years of experience at Granite has been focused on transportation.

Before joining Granite Construction, Mr. Marshall worked for Standard Oil, FMC and CRS Sirrine. He has lived, traveled, and/or worked in more than 50 countries. Kent currently sits on the ARTBA Board. He is a past President of its P3 Division and received its Outstanding Achievement Award in 2004. He also sits on the Board of the Elkhorn Slough Foundation (a Conservancy and Land Trust located in Moss Landing, CA). He holds degrees in business and law from the University of Kansas, the University of Denver, and the University of Chicago and is an active member of the Oregon State Bar.

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Lisa Buglione

Director of Operations and Development AIAIAIAI

Lisa Buglione is Director of Operations and Development for AIAI. With more than 20 years of high-profile management and operations experience, Ms. Buglione oversees every aspect of AIAI’s operations and …

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Lisa Buglione is Director of Operations and Development for AIAI. With more than 20 years of high-profile management and operations experience, Ms. Buglione oversees every aspect of AIAI’s operations and national public outreach initiatives. From coordinating regional and national conferences to creating game-changing organizational operations strategies, Ms. Buglione is instrumental to AIAI’s rapid growth in terms of membership, brand awareness and prolific organizational expansion across the country.

Prior to her role at AIAI, Lisa was Vice President of Star America – one of the country’s preeminent infrastructure asset management firms. Before her time at Star, Lisa was the Director of Marketing and Corporate Communications for Allied North America, one of the country’s largest national construction insurance brokerages, overseeing the coordination and communication of the firm’s internal departments and client relations.

There, Ms. Buglione spearheaded the creation and launch of a new national external and internal branding strategy. Proving herself as interactive, collaborative and consultative leader, she assembled, coached and inspired cross-functional teams, consistently identifying and translating customer needs, market opportunities and industry dynamics into timely, value-added, customer-centric solutions that drove revenue, profit, market share and shareholder value.

In addition to directing AIAI’s operations and business development, Ms. Buglione plays a vital role in leading the organization’s nationwide recruitment efforts with analytical project and client research, current market conditions analysis and legislative liaising to help build the organization’s support structure while concurrently promoting national Public-Private Partnership (P3) growth.

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Mark Romoff

President and CEO, Canadian Council for Public Private PartnershipsCanadian Council for Public Private Partnerships

Mark Romoff is President and Chief Executive Officer of The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP). Established in 1993, CCPPP’s mission is to promote innovative approaches to infrastructure development and …

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Mark Romoff is President and Chief Executive Officer of The Canadian Council for Public-Private Partnerships (CCPPP). Established in 1993, CCPPP’s mission is to promote innovative approaches to infrastructure development and service delivery through public-private partnerships with all levels of government.

Previously, Mark was founding President and CEO of the Ontario Centres of Excellence, Canada’s leading innovation, technology commercialization and entrepreneurship development organization.

Over his twenty five year career with the government of Canada, Mark served as Executive Director in the Department of Industry and as a senior diplomat in the Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, serving in Nigeria, Mexico, Malaysia, Japan and the United States.

He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Central Canadian Public Television Association (PBS-WNED), the Empire Club of Canada, the i-CANADA Governors Council; the World Economic Forum “Strategic Infrastructure Initiative” Advisory Committee; and is Vice-Chair of the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe Team of Specialists on Public-Private Partnerships Governing Council.

He earned a Bachelor of Science from McGill University, a Masters in Applied Science from the University of Waterloo, and is a graduate of the Harvard University Kennedy School of Government Senior Executives Program and the Directors Education Program of the Canadian Institute of Corporate Directors and holds the ICD.D (Certified Director) designation. Mark is also a recipient of the 2012 Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal.

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Marshall Macomber

Senior Policy Advisor

Marshall Macomber is AIAI’s Senior Policy Advisor and President of ThinkP3, where he brings his deep knowledge of Federal policy, the legislative process and political communications to help grow the …

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Marshall Macomber is AIAI’s Senior Policy Advisor and President of ThinkP3, where he brings his deep knowledge of Federal policy, the legislative process and political communications to help grow the P3 marketplace. Prior to ThinkP3, Macomber served in government for over twelve years in Washington, DC, working in the U.S. House of Representatives as a top aide to a senior Member of Congress. Macomber started ThinkP3 after seeing the potential for Public-Private Partnerships to help provide government services in tight fiscal environments.

In government, Macomber was Chief of Staff to Congressman Mike Rogers of Alabama. He oversaw all legislative and communications strategy for Rogers, a senior Member of Congress serving on the Agriculture, Armed Services and Homeland Security committees. Rogers was also the founder and co-chair of the Congressional Caucus on Public-Private Partnerships, or P3 Caucus. Macomber was also a Rail Policy Advisor on the Homeland Security Committee under Chairman Peter King (NY). Before being appointed Chief of Staff, Macomber served as Rogers’ Press Secretary. Outside of government, Macomber has been active in political campaigns, helping raise money and providing strategic advice for Congressional candidates. Prior to his career in government, Macomber worked for C-SPAN Television in community relations, marketing and media.

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Michael J. Garvin

Associate Professor Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia Tech

Michael J. Garvin is an associate professor in the Via Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and a principal faculty member in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia Tech. …

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Michael J. Garvin is an associate professor in the Via Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering and a principal faculty member in the Myers-Lawson School of Construction at Virginia Tech. He served as the associate director of the Myers-Lawson School from 2009-2012. His research and teaching focus on infrastructure development emphasizing policy and planning, investments and financing, and asset delivery and service.

He has a particular interest in the structure and effectiveness of project delivery systems and public-private partnerships. Garvin is a recipient of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE), which is the highest honor bestowed by the U.S. government on outstanding scientists and engineers beginning their independent careers. Garvin has served as principal investigator for over $1 million of research funded by the National Science Foundation, the Transportation Research Board, and the Virginia Center for Transportation Innovation & Research on alternative project delivery and public-private partnerships. He has spoken about public-private partnerships in many venues including the American Road and Transportation Builders Association’s Annual P3s in Transportation Conference, the Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, and the Annual Meeting of AASHTO’s Sub-Committee on Construction.

Garvin serves on the editorial boards for the Engineering Project Organizations Journal, Journal of Infrastructure Systems and Public Works Management & Policy and is a specialty editor for the Journal of Construction Engineering & Management. He has authored or co-authored over 60 journal articles, conference papers, book chapters, white papers and reports. Garvin also has over 8 years of experience as an officer in the US Army Corps of Engineers and an engineering consultant. He received a BS in Civil Engineering from the United States Military Academy, and MS and PhD degrees from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

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Michael McNally

Retired CEO Skanska USA

Michael F. McNally recently retired as one of nine members of Skanska AB’s Senior Executive Team responsible for Skanska’s $20 billion global operations. As President and CEO of Skanska USA …

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Michael F. McNally recently retired as one of nine members of Skanska AB’s Senior Executive Team responsible for Skanska’s $20 billion global operations. As President and CEO of Skanska USA Inc., he was directly responsible for Skanska’s US Construction Operations, USA Building, which specializes in building construction and Skanska USA Civil, which is focused on industrial and civil infrastructure work. From 2009 through 2012, Mike was also responsible for Skanska’s US Commercial Development operations and all Skanska activities of its 11,000 employee Latin American unit.

Under Mike’s leadership, Skanska grew and strengthen its presence in the U.S., with more than 10,000 employees in 39 offices and more than 800 active projects across the country, generating $7.3 billion in construction revenue in 2014 making the US operation the largest and most profitable in Skanska (43% of Skanska’s global construction profit). Under Mike’s leadership Skanska USA grew to be the second largest domestic building contractor and third largest domestic heavy civil contractor.

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Nuria Haltiwanger

DIRECTOR
Chief Executive Officer ACS Infrastructure Development, Inc.ACS

Nuria Haltiwanger is the Chief Executive Officer for ACS Infrastructure Development and ACS Infrastructure Canada, the North American equity investment, financing and long-term operations and maintenance subsidiaries of the ACS …

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Nuria Haltiwanger is the Chief Executive Officer for ACS Infrastructure Development and ACS Infrastructure Canada, the North American equity investment, financing and long-term operations and maintenance subsidiaries of the ACS Group, focused on developing and operating infrastructure projects in North America via alternative procurement methods, such as public-private partnership (PPP) and design-build-finance (DBF). She is a member of the Board of Directors of ACS Infrastructure as well as each of the various subsidiaries executing the North American projects.

ACS Group is a leading international infrastructure development and construction company with a presence in 61 countries and annual net sales in 2016 of approximately $35 billion. ACS Group leads the ranking of major global concession groups as the “World’s Largest Transportation Developer” by Public Works Financing and is currently ranked #1 on the Engineering News Record 2016 Top 250 International Contractors. Some of the construction firms owned by ACS Group which are established and based across America include Dragados USA, Turner Construction, and Flatiron Construction, as well as regional contractors: Prince Contracting in Florida, Pulice Construction in Arizona, J.F. White Contracting in Massachusetts, and both Schiavone Construction and John P. Picone in the New York/New Jersey Metropolitan Area.

Under Ms. Haltiwanger’s direction, ACS Infrastructure has solidified its position as a market leader in PPP/DBF projects in North America, with a current portfolio of 14 PPP projects totaling approximately $20 billion, including Florida’s $1.7 Billion I-595 Express Project, which was the first availability payment-based PPP project in the U.S. and which has been successfully operating for three years. ACS Infrastructure’s U.S. portfolio also includes, the $1.1 Billion SH-288 Toll Lanes Project and $700 Million Harbor Bridge Project (both in Texas), the $557 Million Portsmouth Bypass Project in Ohio (the first PPP project for the Ohio Department of Transportation), the Angels Flight Project in Los Angeles, California (the City of LA’s first PPP project), and the Pre-Development Agreement for the Mid-Currituck Bridge in North Carolina. In addition to the U.S. projects, Ms. Haltiwanger also oversees ACS Infrastructure’s Canadian portfolio, which includes 10 major PPP transportation projects, including the CAD $5.5 Billion Eglinton Crosstown Light Rail Project in Toronto (one of the largest Canadian PPP projects in history).

Ms. Haltiwanger joined ACS Infrastructure in 2009, where she acted as General Counsel and Senior Vice President in North America, overseeing the legal and commercial risk assessment and management of the companies. Prior to joining ACS Infrastructure, she worked in project finance with a focus on concession-based infrastructure, as well as energy (including renewable energy) projects, the financing of hydro-electric facilities, coal-fired and gas-fired power plants, liquid natural gas facilities, wind farms and ethanol facilities, as well as merger and acquisition transactions.

Ms. Haltiwanger was born in Georgia and earned her Juris Doctorate at Georgetown University Law Center, and BAs in Economics, International Studies and Political Science from the University of Miami.

For more information about ACS Group, please visit our website.

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Porter K. Wheeler

Principal Transportation Policy and Finance Independent Consultant

Porter K. Wheeler has specialized in transportation policy and infrastructure finance throughout a career of college teaching, government consulting, Budget Committee work on Capitol Hill, and over two decades of …

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Porter K. Wheeler has specialized in transportation policy and infrastructure finance throughout a career of college teaching, government consulting, Budget Committee work on Capitol Hill, and over two decades of private consulting and governmental advisory work. From 2005-2011 , he concentrated his efforts on toll road development and public-private partnership (P3) issues for the Maryland Transportation Authority, a state-wide public toll road authority, including a solicitation of interest in the I-270 Multi-Modal Corridor and a feasibility study for Nice Bridge reconstruction using a P3 approach.

Over the past two decades, Dr. Wheeler has provided a broad range of consultant services on behalf of US Department of Transportation and numerous state transportation agencies, regional authorities, study commissions, and toll road operators. These assignments regularly involved consideration of P3 approaches as public agencies struggled to meet growing demands for infrastructure improvements. In addition, he has advised governmental owners on structuring concessions and privatization of infrastructure facilities worldwide. He has authored numerous reports and white papers designed to inform a national audience and identified best practices to apply innovative financing for roadway, railroad, and intermodal improvements.

He was a member of the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Finance and Taxation from 1994 to 2006 and served on the Executive Committee of the National Council on Public-Private Partnerships from 2007 to 2009. He served on the Board of the Canton Railroad Company, Baltimore, 1987-2013, and currently Chairs the Traffic Committee for Chevy Chase Village.

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Richard T Anderson

Director Emeritus, New York Building Congress

Richard T. Anderson, recently retired as President of New York Building Congress. Prior to accepting the role at the Building Congress in 1994, Anderson served as executive director of The …

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Richard T. Anderson, recently retired as President of New York Building Congress. Prior to accepting the role at the Building Congress in 1994, Anderson served as executive director of The Dallas Plan and as president of the Regional Plan Association.

He was the first elected President of the 40,000-member American Planning Association and served as chairman of its College of Fellows.

Anderson is a founding member of the American Institute of Certified Planners; a Member of the National Academy of Construction; a Director of the ACE Mentor Program of Greater New York, the Salvadori Center, and the National Building Museum; and a Trustee of Big Brothers/Big Sisters of New York City.

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Salvatore Mancini

Chairman Star AmericaStar America

Mr. Mancini is a Managing Partner of Star America Infrastructure Partners, LLC. Mr. Mancini brings an unparalleled level of experience in the construction industry to Star America, with more than …

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Mr. Mancini is a Managing Partner of Star America Infrastructure Partners, LLC. Mr. Mancini brings an unparalleled level of experience in the construction industry to Star America, with more than 40 years of increasing responsibilities working for some of the best construction companies.

Mr. Mancini joined Star America after retiring as the President and CEO of Skanska USA Civil, in which roles he served from 2000 to 2008. Mr. Mancini was integral to the growth and profitability of Skanska USA Civil, which became an enterprise with more than 5,000 employees and $2 billion annual revenues under his leadership. Projects performed by Skanska USA Civil under Mr. Mancini included the Air Train at JFK Airport; the Cooper River Bridge in Charleston, South Carolina; the Escambia Bridge in Pensacola, Florida; the Prado Dam in Southern, California; the transportation hub at the World Trade Center; and the recently awarded 2nd Avenue Subway project in New York City.

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Terence M. Easton

PRESIDENT
Vice President Global Infrastructure Sales FluorFluor

Terence Easton is currently Vice President Global Infrastructure Sales and serves as a member of Fluor’s Corporate Sales Board. In this role, he has global responsibility for sales, marketing and …

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Terence Easton is currently Vice President Global Infrastructure Sales and serves as a member of Fluor’s Corporate Sales Board. In this role, he has global responsibility for sales, marketing and business development for transportation, commercial & institutional, telecommunications, alternative power and water projects.

Prior to this position, he was the Southern California office sales lead, global downstream market team lead and sustaining capital initiative lead in Fluor’s Energy and Chemicals Business Line. Before joining the Energy and Chemicals Business Line, Terence was named as the Corporate Director of Commercial Strategy.

Since joining the company in 1993, he has enjoyed project execution experience in the transportation, nuclear, LNG, Oil & Gas and chemicals markets. Terence graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in 1992, earned his MBA from Villanova University in 2001 and completed an executive education program at Thunderbird University in 2006.

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William A. Marino

CHAIRMAN
Chief Executive Officer Star AmericaStar America

William A. Marino, Founder of Star America and Managing Partner of Star America Infrastructure Partners, LLC began his career in the surety field where he discovered his passion for construction …

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William A. Marino, Founder of Star America and Managing Partner of Star America Infrastructure Partners, LLC began his career in the surety field where he discovered his passion for construction insurance and bonding. Bill founded Allied North America, a “construction only” brokerage in 1979, laying the foundation for what developed into the largest private construction surety and insurance brokerage in the US. He sold his organization to Aon in 2009.

Today, Bill devotes his time to North American infrastructure and the development of Public Private Partnerships though his work at Star America. Bill’s intimate knowledge of the industry and the relationships he has developed over the years creates a strong foundation for the organization. Star America embodies Bill’s core principles of outstanding service, ethics and overall excellence

Star America was founded as a result of his vision to offer a financial services organization with deep seated industry knowledge and an innate ability to create joint venture and M & A opportunities and a strong vehicle for investing into America’s infrastructure.

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