Transportation / Intermodality / Complete Streets
Education Session - Panel Format
1.5 PDH, LA CES/HSW, AIA/HSW, AICP, FL, NY/HSW
As a public resource representing as much as 80 percent of the outdoor space of the built environment, the road network is critical territory for landscape architects. Using three recent roadway projects as case studies, we will explore the political, design, and construction challenges of transforming roads into public places for people.
RAFT Landscape Architecture
Founding Principal of RAFT Landscape Architecture, Matt Donham recently completed the redesign of Queens Boulevard, a 5-mile arterial in New York City, and has taught the design of roadway infrastructure as a visiting design critic at Rhode Island School of Design and the University of Arkansas. A former Partner at PWP Landscape Architecture, Matt has managed large collaborative design teams on major projects such as the National September 11th Memorial in New York and Constitution Gardens on the National Mall in Washington.
San Francisco Department of Public Works
John Dennis joined San Francisco Public Works almost twenty years ago as a designer, project lead and project manager for many large-scale, multi-disciplinary urban projects and is currently acting as section manager for Landscape Architecture. John's professional experience also includes PWP Landscape Architecture, EDAW and the SWA Group. Prior to becoming a Landscape Architect, John owned and managed a private landscape design and construction company called Appleseed.
PWP Landscape Architecture
Adam Greenspan is a board member of the Landscape Architecture Foundation and directs design as a partner at PWP Landscape Architecture in Berkeley, California. At PWP, Adam has led the design of public parks, campuses, mixed-use developments, waterfronts, competitions, and estates during his more than 15 years with the firm. His early degrees in Studio Arts and Sociology from Wesleyan University and his MLA from UPenn, combined with years of horticultural practice allow him to conceive and develop projects from many angles. His main objective at PWP is to incorporate planting-based design concepts and performance-based principles within each project design.
Friday, October 20
8:45 AM – 4:00 PM
Saturday, October 21
2:30 PM – 4:00 PM
PWP Landscape Architecture
PWP Landscape Architecture, head of construction for UT Austin Speedway
Conard Lindgren, a partner at PWP Landscape Architecture, is a licensed landscape architect with 20 years of professional experience. Conard has a strong background in the technical aspects of projects including construction documentation and construction administration. His work includes both the public and private sectors, including mixed-use developments, multi-family housing, community developments, and parks/recreation environments.
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