May 2019 LAI Golden Gate Luncheon

Golden Gate - San Francisco

Event details:

11:45am PDT on Tuesday, May 14, 2019
1:30pm PDT on Tuesday, May 14, 2019
One Market Restaurant
One Market Street
San Francisco , CA 94105

Please purchase tickets online: or email chapter operations manager Lori Horan,

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Wheels up: San Francisco International Airport's plans for the airport of the future

You think your real estate project is complicated?  Imagine planning, building, and maintaining an eight square mile campus capable of accommodating 71 million annual passengers and 500,000 annual aircraft operations. 

What does the future of SFO look like? How many more guests will we welcome? What types of facilities will be needed to accommodate the next generation of travelers? Please join the SFO capital projects division as they discuss the future of our incredible airport. 

A number of significant capital projects were completed or are in the process of being implemented under the SFO Master Plan, including the International Terminal Building, the AirTrain system, Terminal 2 renovation, Terminal 1 redevelopment, SFO Grand Hyatt Hotel development, and administrative office development. Please join us for this exceptional luncheon with the bright minds at SFO working on solving these complicated problems and ensuring smooth travels for Bay Area residents and visitors.  


Judi Mosqueda, Director of Project Management, Planning, Design & Construction, San Francisco International Airport

Judi is the Director of Project Management for Planning, Design & Construction at the San Francisco International Airport and is responsible for implementing a $7 billion capital improvement program.  This program aspires to revolutionize the guest experience at SFO, modernizing Airport facilities, and to bring back the romance of travel. 

She received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California, Berkeley, in Landscape Architecture. Her career has focused on delivering public sector projects that enhance people's daily experiences while using San Franciscos streets, plazas and transportation systems.   

She has been at SFO for the past ten years developing capital projects, including the renovation of the terminal complex, development of a new airport hotel, and extension of the Airtrain people mover system. She has been instrumental in developing guiding documents for SFOs Capital Program including the Principles of REACH and Delivering Exceptional Projects.

Judi's passion for place-making guides her delivery of exceptional projects that enhance our daily lives.

Nupur Sinha, Planning & Design Program Manager, San Francisco International Airport

Trained as an architect across three continents, Ms. Sinha brings industry expertise and design excellence from a diverse cultural, visual and conceptual background. She has dedicated her career to exceptional infrastructure and hospitality projects.  Prior to working for the San Francisco International Airport, her experience includes work at Gensler and numerous architectural practices with a focus on aviation.

Ms. Sinha received a Master of Architecture degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Master of Science in Sustainable Architecture degree from the University of Sheffield, and Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree from Ahmadu Bello University.