12:00 - 12:30 p.m. Buffet Lunch, Welcome and Introductory Remarks
12:30 - 1:20 p.m. Topic:” “Planes, Trains, and Automobiles - how to go from running two airports to building Metrorail to Dulles”
2:00 p.m. Operations Center Tour
The conference room is in the Corporate Office Building at 1 Aviation Circle. Park in garage C, go into the terminal and down to baggage claim. Exit any door to the roadway and turn right, at the end of the building, cross the parking lot to the 1 Aviation building. Check in at the front desk.
Speaker: Andrew T. Rountree
Metropolitan Washington Airports Autority CFO, Andy Rountree, will discuss the financing of the Dulles Rail Project. We will also be touring the Operations Center of Reagan National Airport. Mr. Rountree became Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer on December 2, 2010. Prior to then, Mr. Rountree was the Acting Vice President for Finance and Chief Financial Officer and the Deputy Chief Financial Officer. He joined the Airports Authority’s Office of Finance in 2005. Prior to joining the Airports Authority, Mr. Rountree was the Director of Finance for the City of Richmond, Virginia in September 2000. While with the City of Richmond, he served as Deputy Director for Finance from 1998 to 2000, and originally joined the City of Richmond in 1996 as the Chief of the License, Assessment, and Tax Audit. Mr. Rountree began his career with the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Auditor of Public Accounts, the legislatively appointed auditor for Commonwealth of Virginia, and worked there until 1990 as Audit Director. He subsequently served as Assistant Controller for the Commonwealth of Virginia’s Department of Information Technology until 1996. Mr. Rountree is a graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University (B.S., Economics, 1982) and is a Certified Public Accountant.
Please note registration is required for this event and that space is limited to 50 paticipants. An attendee list will be provided to the security desk and required for admintance. So, unfortunately we will NOT be able to accomodate any walk-in.