The 22nd Annual New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference is currently being planned. The Executive Planning Committee is hard at work developing an exciting program for this year’s conference to be held in Santa Fe in late October.
Sound infrastructure is a key building block for any successful economy, and it is essential for spurring and maintaining economic growth.”
The 22nd Annual New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference will be held from October 25 – 27th at the Eldorado Hotel in Santa Fe. The planning committee for the conference is hard at work putting together a program and finalizing the conference details.
The New Mexico Infrastructure Finance Conference (NMIFC) was created to help support the planning and funding of sustainable infrastructure projects throughout New Mexico. The conference offers local entities/communities, individuals, businesses and state agencies the opportunity to interact and network with each other to ask and answer questions, provide guidance and move forward as we all try to bring our states capital projects to reality.
Conference participants include up to 400 local governmental entities, legislators, federal agencies, special districts, school districts, tribes and pueblos, private organizations and New Mexico businesses. You’ll find out what your peers are doing, what the new trends are, and where there’s room for movement and improvement.
The NMIFC Conferences offers opportunities to expand your knowledge base, and network with others directly involved in local government, and local government financing. At this event, you’ll participate in general and break-out sessions specifically designed to stimulate your personal and professional growth. This is the largest event of its kind in New Mexico.
Our organizing partners and speakers also offer New Mexico entities relevant information about financing and technical assistance to facilitate the planning and implementation of much-needed capital projects throughout New Mexico. The conference provides three days of sessions and workshops filled with keynote speakers addressing our economy, the recession, and recovery. Presentations will also include planning, tourism, tribal, utilities, water and wastewater, economic development, transportation, housing, and other public infrastructure. The conference provides the opportunity to meet with key contacts that can answer your questions and guide you as you bring your community’s projects to reality. We look forward to meeting you during this conference as we work together to plan, fund, and complete projects.