Project Analysis Sessions

ULI Advisory Services: Hurricane Sandy Panel

What is a project analysis session?

A project analysis session is a two-hour, over-the-shoulder look at a specific land use challenge that you bring to ULI. The intimate, conversational format encourages creative thinking and problem solving between our panel and you.

Who will be on the project analysis team?

An expert team will be hand-picked to address your challenge. ULI will assemble a variety of land use professionals with diverse viewpoints—such as market analysts, developers, planners, architects, public officials, and lenders—who will provide in-depth, project-specific, and pragmatic advice.

What kinds of topics can we address?

  • Potential uses and project programming
  • Workout strategies
  • Infrastructure investment optimization
  • Implementation strategies
  • Downtown revitalization
  • Transit-oriented development
  • Asset management strategies
  • Office park revitalization
  • Workforce housing
  • Many more land use strategies

What is the final product?

ULI will provide an audio CD of the two-hour session.

How do I apply?

The deadline for 2015 Fall Meeting Project Analysis Sessions in San Francisco, CA has passed. Click here to apply for the 2016 Spring Meeting Project Analysis Session (April 19-21, 2016) in Philadelphia, PA.

How do I learn more?

Please email or call ULI Advisory Services Vice President Tom Eitler at or (202) 624-7186 or Director Beth Silverman at or (202) 624-7042.

Ready to Learn More?

Tom Eitler
Senior Vice President, Advisory Services

Beth Silverman
Director, Education & Advisory Services

Kathryn Craig
Senior Associate, Advisory Services

Kladé Hare
Senior Associate, Advisory Services

Steven Gu
Associate, Advisory Services