The 2015 Future of the Woodlands will take place this year at the end of March. Please continue to check back for updates on the exact date, location and registration information. Here is a flashback to last year’s event, held on April 29, 2014, which had over 800 attendees.
Montgomery County (Precinct 3) Commissioner James Noack, TxDOT Houston district engineer Mike Alford, and Barron & Adler Partner Kimberli Deagen Loessin gave an update on the Grand Parkway. Nearly every major interchange is under construction for the $1.1B, 38-mile project. (It takes supervisors all day just to get from one end of the project to the other, because of all the traffic created by the project.) Michael says a late 2015 completion is still the target. If these three were stuck on a deserted island with one song apiece, Kimberli would crank up AC/DC’s Back in Black, Mike would rock out to The Highwayman, and James would enjoy blissful silence.