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ULI Shanghai | Robert Pratt | Lunch and Learn

  • Tishman Speyer 99 Jiangwan Cheng Road Shanghai (map)

Urban Land Institute (ULI) Shanghai invites you to a Lunch and Learn with:

Robert Pratt  Managing Director and Global Co-head of Design & Construction 
TISHMAN SPEYER

Robert will share details about his career development as well as project management experiences, including the Springs project located in New Jiangwan Town in Yangpu District, Shanghai. The Springs project is a 900,000 sqm integrated development comprising the Springs Residences, 877 exclusive apartments across a total area of 160,000 sqm, and the Springs Center, a 740,000 sqm LEED gold standard Grade A business space. The development also includes a shopping center, serviced apartments, retail stores, a hotel and recreational facilities.

Date:             Thursday 14 May  2015
Time:             12.00 – Registration
                          12.30 – 13.30 Lecture

Venue:           Tishman Speyer Office
                          Room 301, No.6 Building, The Springs Center, 
                          99 Jiang wan cheng Road | Download map

Language:      English

Registration     ULI members: Free
                             Nonmembers: RMB 100 per person ( Cash at door)
                             Lunch will be provided

Space is limited and pre-registration is required. RSVPs will be accommodated on a first come first served basis. Seat priority will be given to ULI members under 35.
Registration deadline: May 12  , 2015 
 
If you are unable to register online, please send an email to [email protected] with your personal information (company/title/email address/ Mobile number/member type).
 

ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Robert James Pratt has served as Managing Director and Global Co-head of Design & Construction since joining Tishman Speyer in 1998 and he is heading up the firm's design and construction activities in China and India. Prior to 2004, Mr. Pratt was responsible for directing firm's design and construction activities on the west coast of the United States and acted as project executive for the Goldman Sachs Headquarters in New York. His extensive past project experience in his career includes projects in Chicago and New York as well as Canary Wharf in London, Petronas Tower One at Kuala Lumpur and The Venetian in Las Vegas.