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Joseph Labozan

Joseph Labozan is the founder and principal of Labozan Associates. For over 25 years, he has developed, designed, managed and implemented a wide range of Environmental Graphic Design projects covering numerous wayfinding and branding issues. He has worked with some of the largest firms in the world assisting them with Environmental Graphics projects nationally and globally. In the span of his career, he has helped to create and manage projects totaling well over 450 million dollars in hard costs.

Joseph Labozan, Labozan Associates
Labozan Associates
Denver

Amy Siegel

For more than 30 years, Amy has been striking a balance between creative expression and managing the details and business demands of large, multi-faceted, projects such as international airports, hospital campuses, and gaming and hotel facilities. Amy collaborates with her clients before design even begins from planning through implementation, translating their critical needs into design solutions.

Amy Siegel, Gensler
Denver

Richard Gurley

Richard has 14 years of experience in the DFW Airport Planning Department, with a focus on airport signage, traffic signals, and special projects.  He is currently involved in DFW’s $2B Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP) which is replacing all interior signage for four (4) terminals and a new 7700 car parking garage. To address the needs of TRIP, Richard has created an airport-wide Wayfinding Master Plan and Signage Standards Manual.

Richard Gurley, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport
Dallas

Christopher Poe

Dr. Christopher Poe is an Assistant Director at the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.  In his current position, he is leading intelligent transportation system (ITS), transportation operations, connected transportation, and toll road research and implementation projects.  Dr. Poe also serves as the Head of the Research and Implementation Division at TTI where he oversees 70 transportation researchers on a variety of projects in the TTI Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Houston, and San Antonio offices.  Dr.

Christopher Poe, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Dallas

Marshall Elizer

As executive vice president for GS&P’s Transportation Division, Marshall has diverse experience in transportation planning, land use development and regulations, transportation system and demand management systems, transit planning and operations, traffic engineering, ITS, roadway design, parking, traffic impact studies, access management, advanced traffic management systems, traffic safety studies and pedestrian/bicycle design.

Marshall Elizer, Gresham Smith and Partners
Nashville

Vicki Sundstrom

Vicki Sundstrom is the Special Projects Manager at Arora Engineering, Inc. in San Francisco. Vicki is an experienced Professional Engineer, Program Manager and Project Coordinator with 20 years of experience in the public sector/airport environment at San Francisco International Airport (a live, operational, environment serving over 43 million passengers a year). She has a long track record of successfully managing, delivering and implementing time sensitive projects.

Vicki Sundstrom, San Francisco International Airport
Arora Engineers
San Francisco

Mitchell Mauk

Mitchell Mauk is Principal of Mauk Design, a San Francisco design firm that specializes in exhibit design and corporate communications, and puts special emphasis on the marketing integration of two- and three-dimensional images. Mitchell Mauk has won multiple gold and silver awards from the IDSA, SEGD and other competitions, and was named Exhibit Designer of the Year by Exhibitor Magazine in 1987. Mauk was the first American designer to have a light design manufactured by the prestigious Italian lighting firm Artemide.

Mitchell Mauk
San Francisco
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