• Perkins Somerset Oldtown Transformation new

  • ProjectPenn Station Redevelopment new

  • Port Covington Development, update

  • Middle Branch Waterfront

  • Circle East Project

  • Harbor Point

  • Merriweather District, update

  • Lakefront District


Date(s):      Part One and Two (see below)

Location:   Webinar 

Time:         1:30pm, EST, dates vary


Long term growth requires critical market information for which you set the value.  As the number one source for equity in infrastructure, the Equity Forum delivers market knowledge through expertly curated presentations on national transit oriented developments, mega developments, capital projects, infrastructure and equity through its Master Infrastructure and Equity Webinars. 

Bridge Building . Strategic Content . National Infrastructure .  Planning

The Equity Forum, understanding the challenges faced by small and disadvantaged firms, designed the Baltimore Master Infrastructure and Equity Webinar to share industry movement and the key components of each featured project and plan. The Master Webinar series is the first national platform detailing development projects pressing ahead, the impact on equity as well as the foreseeable transformation of cities.


Why register: ​ 

  • Scope and Impact of Featured Projects and Initiatives

  • ​​​​​​​Pathways to Participation: Context, Connections and Critical Infrastructure

  • Focus on Small, Minority and Disadvantaged Businesses

  • No Commercials or Pitches

National Mega Developments . Capital Projects. Infrastructure . Equity

Baltimore is seeing a surge in new developments that seek to modernize and grow the city. Many of these are new neighborhoods along the waterfront, Harbor East, Harbor Point, and Port Covington being some of the largest. All together, the infrastructure in development is bringing in billions of dollars of investment into the city.

Chief Curator and Host: L. Charlie Oliver, Chair of the Equitable Infrastructure Group and Founder of Green Building Worldwide

L. Charlie Oliver is a change agent and founder of the Equitable Infrastructure Group, EIG, with a career defined by a series of firsts.  Serving as the Chair of the number one source in infrastructure and equity,  Charlie reaches globally to counteract disparities caused by lack of information and early access to opportunity. Today, her impact is felt nationally traversing over $80 billion in developments and infrastructure as the chief analyst leading the global team advancing equity in national development, zoning, and infrastructure. 

Upcoming  Webinars

Part One:   Baltimore Master Infrastructure and Equity Webinar, Project Scope and Context 

Part Two:    Baltimore Master Infrastructure and Equity Webinar, Critical Infrastructure and Connections (advanced discussion & workbook)

Equitable Infrastructure

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Phone: 212.381.1960

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