Accreditation Board, South Florida Planning and Zoning Association, National Association of Cuban Architects, and American Institute of Architects.

GEORGE ROWE, 1993-1994 President of the American Public Works Association, recently retired as Director of Public Works, City of Cincinnati, Ohio. For his work as a leader in that city's successful programs to revitalize its public works infrastructure, he was in 1989 named one of the Top Ten Public Works Leaders of the Year by the American Public Works Association.

KENNETH I. RUBIN, Ph.D., President and co-founder of Apogee Research, Inc., is broadly experienced in engineering, economic, and financial analysis of environmental infrastructure and environmental management programs.

IRAJ ZANDI, Ph.D., is Professor of Systems and the National Center Professor of Resource Management at the University of Pennsylvania. He is editor and publisher of the Journal of Resource Management and Technology and editor of the Journal of Pipelines.


ANDREW C. LEMER, Ph.D., is President of the MATRIX Group, Inc., and has served as a consultant to many private and government agencies, including the World Bank, the U.S. Department of Transportation, and the National Institute of Building Sciences. Formerly Division Vice President with PRC Engineering, Inc., he headed multidisciplinary teams responsible for developing the master plans for Abuja, the new federal capital on Nigeria, and Batam Center new town in Indonesia. He was a member of the Civil Engineering Research Foundation's teams that conducted reviews of infrastructure technology and research in Japan (1991) and western Europe (1993). Dr. Lemer served as Director of the Building Research Board, 1988-1993, and was a Loeb Fellow at Harvard University's Graduate School of Design for 1992-1993.

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