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Popular ULI Industry Leaders Program Tonight Features Randall Lewis

Wednesday, September 16, 2015 / Urban Land Institute

Urban Land Institute
IRVINE, Calif. -- Based on a popular and successful lecture series, the Urban Land Institute of Orange County/Inland Empire and Martin & Associates is proud to present ULI Industry Leaders Program Fall 2015. The lecture series will be moderated by John Martin over an eight week period from September 16 to November 4 (no class October 7th) on Wednesday evenings from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at First Service Residential, 15241 Laguna Canyon Road in Irvine, CA.

“There was an overwhelming response to continue this unique and powerful lecture series that features many of the most effective leaders in the Community Development and Homebuilding Industry,” said John Martin of Martin & Associates.  “This year’s program will discuss a variety of topics on planned communities, residential design and urban fill. Those interested in participating should register soon as the classes are limited to just 65 people. Tonight we are fortunate to have Mr. Randall Lewis, Lewis Group of Companies, speaking to us and answering our questions."

The extensive speaker list includes the following accomplished leaders who are sure to provide a relevant learning experience designed for both public and private sectors of community development and housing industry professionals as well as university students.
    • Adrian Foley, COO (California), Brookfield Residential
    • Bert Selva, President & CEO, Shea Homes
    • Doug Bauer, Chairman & CEO, TRI Pointe Group
    • John Martin, President, Martin & Associates
    • Jon Jaffe, Vice President & COO, Lennar Corp
    • Larry Webb, Chairman & CEO, The New Home Company
    • Mark Buckland, CEO, City Ventures
    • Paul Johnson, Sr. Vice President/Community Development, Rancho Mission Viejo
    • Randall Lewis, Executive Vice President, Lewis Group of Companies
    • Scott Stowell, President & CEO, Standard Pacific Homes
If you are looking for an unrivaled learning activity that is invaluable to those in the community development and home building industry, please register for this exciting opportunity at  The cost is $450 for private members and $200 for members who are public/non-profit, students, under 35 or retired.  The cost for non-members is $600/$275 respectively.  The course is limited to 65 participants. Also, there is a special one-time membership offer available for this program that could save you up to $340. For details and for more information on individual sessions or sponsoring the series, contact

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