Megan White Presents Optimizing Water Infrastructure in the Built Environment at VERGE 18

VERGE 18 conference and expo is the platform for accelerating a clean economy. The event convenes a high-powered audience of more than 2,500 leaders — from companies and utilities, city and regional governments, policymakers, NGOs, solution providers and startups — to explore scalable solutions at the intersection of technology and sustainability within three dynamic and influential markets: clean energy, transportation and mobility and the circular economy.

This year, VERGE is offering three concurrent VERGE 18 conferences: VERGE Circular, VERGE Energy and VERGE Transport. Each conference offers deeper, focused learning opportunities and networking experiences.

Integral Group is proud to be represented by Associate Principal Megan White, as a presenter in the session:

Optimizing Water Infrastructure in the Built Environment

Breakout | Wednesday, October 17, 2018 | 11:15am

To efficiently manage water in the built environment, we must think beyond the boundaries of buildings. This session will discuss some of the most innovative and regenerative water infrastructure projects that design for abundance, take the burden off of aging infrastructure and reimagine the flow of water in cities. 


  • Megan White, Associate Principal | Integral Group
  • Paul Kephart, CEO & President | Rana Creek Habitat Restoration
  • Brook Mebrahtu, Senior Project Manager | San Francisco Public Works

For more information and to register, please visit VERGE Oakland 2018.

Date(s): October 17, 2018

Time: 11:15am

Speaker: Megan White, Associate Principal