ULI Northwest - 2019 Annual Sponsor Thank You Event (Portland)


Thursday, May 23rd, 2019
4:00pm - 6:30pm PDT


Multnomah Athletic Club Will open in a new window 1849 Sw Salmon St Portland, OR 97205-1726 UNITED STATES
ULI Northwest 2019 Annual Sponsors are invited to join us for an exclusive, behind-the-scenes tour of the new Providence Park stadium expansion, followed by a panel discussion and sponsor reception at the Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC).
*Note* This event is open to ULI Northwest 2019 Annual Sponsors only.
Eric Cress, Principal, Urban Development + Partners 
Mike Golub, President of Business, Timbers FC
Brian Sabom, Senior Project Manager, Turner Construction Company
Chelsea Grassinger, Principal, Allied Works Architecture
Troy Doss, Senior Planner, City of Portland, Bureau of Planning & Sustainability
 Thursday, May 23
4:00 - 4:15   Check-in at Providence Park
4:15 - 5:00   Providence Park tour
 *Walk across the street to the MAC *
5:00 - 5:30   Happy hour & networking at the MAC 
5:30 - 6:30   Panel discussion
6:30 - 7:00   Continued networking
Providence Park 
1844 SW Morrison St
Portland, OR 97205 
Multnomah Athletic Club (MAC)
1849 SW Salmon Street
Portland, Oregon
Read more about the Stadium renovations here. 

This event is complimentary to ULI Northwest 2019 Annual Sponsors. RSVP to northwest@uli.org by Friday, May 17.

Multnomah Athletic Club 1849 Sw Salmon St Portland, OR 97205-1726 UNITED STATES

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Brian Sabom

Project Manager, Turner Construction Company

Brian Sabom is a Senior Project Manager for Turner’s Portland office. He began working as a carpenter’s apprentice for a Bay Area general contractor in 2003. While working on various residential remodels and commercial tenant improvements, he learned the fundamentals of construction. After working in the field for almost a year at a Biopharmaceutical company, Brian transitioned to a management role in which he oversaw over $115 million worth of work – largely involving commercial projects such as the Tanasbourne Market Center, Cascade Plaza Expansion and Hazel Dell Towne Center Phase III. Since joining Turner, Brian has led the teams for three mass timber buildings and two creative office build-outs for Simple Finance’s new headquarters. Brian and his team are currently on the home stretch of the Providence Park Expansion, which will add three levels on the stadium’s East side, allowing an additional 3,800 fans at the Timber’s Opening Game coming up on June 1, 2019.


Chelsea Grassinger

Principal, Allied Works Architecture

Chelsea Grassinger is a Principal at Allied Works and oversees project design and management for some of the firm’s most significant work. Since 2000 Chelsea has been an instrumental member of the Allied Works team leading projects such as the National Veterans Memorial and Museum, the National Music Centre of Canada, the University of Michigan Museum of Art, and currently the Providence Park expansion and the Pratt Institute’s new School of Art.


Mike Golub

President of Business, Timbers FC

Portland Timbers President of Business Mike Golub has more than 30 years of experience in professional sports marketing and management. Mike joined the Timbers in 2009 and helped lead the organization during its highly successful launch to Major League Soccer. Mike – who oversees all business functions for the Timbers, Portland Thorns FC and Portland Timbers 2 (T2) – is a two-time recipient of the Doug Hamilton MLS Executive of the Year (2011, 2013). Under Mike's guidance, the Timbers and Thorns have indelibly changed the landscape of sports in Portland, while becoming a national success story and a model professional sports franchise. Both teams have received numerous national awards including nominations for Best Sports Franchise.


Troy Doss

Senior Planner, Portland Bureau of Planning

Troy Doss is a Senior Planner with the Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability’s Central City Team. Troy was the project manager for the Inner Southeast Portland Station Areas Plan, SE Quadrant Plan, Central City 2035 Concept Plan, North Pearl District Plan, and is the lead planner for the implementation of the planning efforts in Portland’s Central Eastside and South Waterfront Districts. Part of these responsibilities included assisting the private sector in master plan development for Oregon Museum of Science and Industry Station Area, Zidell Yards, and Lincoln High School. Troy has also provided planning and urban design advice on transit projects such as the Portland Aerial Tram, Tilikum Crossing Transit Bridge, and station areas throughout Portland’s Central City. Prior to his time with the City, Troy worked in the public sector for the California Coastal Commission and then the Columbia River Gorge Commission focusing on natural disaster mitigation policy and habitat restoration projects. He also has experience in the private sector working on planning, urban design, and landscape design projects in California, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska. Troy holds a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.

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