Greg Diloreto

2013 Dorman Lecture

Gregory E. Diloreto, P.E., P.LS., D. WRE, F.ASCE
ASCE President 2013

Title:
“Making the Case for Infrastructure Investment: Highlights from the 2013
Report Card for America’s Infrastructure”

Abstract:
Just released in March, the 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure provides a comprehensive look at infrastructure conditions across sixteen categories. This session offers an opportunity to get the first look at the new interactive app version of this nationally-recognized report issued once every four years. Get new information on trends in infrastructure conditions and needs including bridges, roads, and inland waterways, as well as a suite of tools and information available as part of the app to help develop tailor-made messages for your local community. A new emphasis on state and local statistics will make the report even more relevant for local decision-makers, and the online capability means that you don’t need a hard copy of the report to have information at your fingertips.

Biography:
Greg DiLoreto is the Chief Executive Officer of the Tualatin (To-wal-a-tin) Valley Water District located in metropolitan Portland Oregon. He has worked in the public works field for 34 years, 17 years as a public works director/city engineer. Mr. DiLoreto holds a B.S. degree in Civil Engineering from Oregon State University and a Masters degree in Public Administration from Portland State University. He is registered as a civil and environmental engineer and a professional land surveyor in Oregon. Mr.DiLoreto is a fellow in the American Society of Civil Engineers. He served on the ASCE Board of Direction 2004-06. He has received the 1986 ASCE Edmund Friedman Young Engineer Award, the 1995 ASCE Oregon Section Outstanding Civil Engineer Award and the 2005 ASCE Government Engineer of the Year Award. In 2003 he was inducted into the Oregon State University Academy of Distinguished Engineers.