Urban Waterfronts 2013: Creative Collaborations
Presentations from the Davenport Iowa Conference
Welcome, Ann Breen, Co-Director, The Waterfront Center, Washington, D.C.
Creative Collaborations - Getting to Yes with Multiple Players,
Moderator Kathy Wine, Executive Director, River Action Inc., Quad Cities, Iowa and Illinois
What 90 Miles of River Can Be, Mike Dawson, Executive Director, River Alliance
Tales of Citizens Gaining, Standing - and Sometimes Losing, Virginia McLean, Friends of the Riverfront, Memphis, Tennessee
The Mixed Use Waterfront: Complex Undertakings
Moderator Ed Freer, Principal, Smith Group/JJR, Madison, Wisconsin
The Mixed Use Waterfront
Partnering, Community Needs, Collaborative Planning, Racine Wisconsin, Ed Freer, Principal, Smith Group/JJR, Madison, Wisconsin
The Waterfront, Vancouver Washington, Matt Ransom, City of Vancouver, Washington
Breathing New Life on the Columbia River Movie, Jane Jacobsen, The Confluence Project and Matt Ransom, City of Vancouver
Bringing the Milwaukee River to Life, Janet Grau, Department of City Development, Long Range Planning Division, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Boston Harbor, Clean, Alive, and Acessible, Charles Norris, Norris and Norris Associates, Cambridge Massachusetts
Public Realm and the Role of Cultural Attractions
Moderator Fran Hegel, Vice President of Marketing, Planning, Development and Design, AECOM, San Francisco, California
Waterfront Regeneration, the Role of Sporting Events, John Dalzell, Chief Executive, Waterfront Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
The Public Realm, Creating Public Spaces, Eduard J. Freer, Principal, Smith Group/JJR, Madison, Wisconsin
Space, Time, and Public Art, Charles Norris, Norris and Norris Associates, Cambridge, Massachusetts
Waterfronts, ENJOY! Ann Breen, Co-Director, The Waterfront Center, Washington, D.C.
The Waterfront Center 2013 Excellence on the Waterfront Awards Presentation
2013 Excellence on the Waterfront Awards, Eric Burchill, Vice President, Planning and Development, Southwest Properties Ltd., Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, 2013 Jury Chair
The Gala Dinner History of the Excellence on the Waterfront Awards
Award Winning Waterfronts, 26 Years of Excellence, Ann Breen, Co-Director, The Waterfront Center, Washington, D.C.
Environmental Considerations and Solutions: Design with Nature - Or Else!
Moderator Charles Hendrick, Senior Project Manager, CH2M Hill, Tampa, Florida
The Multiple Challenges of the Chicago Harbor Project Greg Weykamp, Presicent and Principal, Edgewater Resources, St. Joseph, Michigan
Surfer's Point Managed Shoreline Retreat, Ventura, California, Anthony Keith, Principal, RRM Design Group, San Luis Obispo, California
The Working Waterfronts: A Favorite Topic of the Center for 30 Years
Discovering New Markets for Gloucester's Waterfront, Sarah Garcia, Harbor Planning Director, Gloucester, Massachusetts
Industrial Waterfront Issues on Escanaba North Shore, John Iacoangeli, Principal, Beckett and Reader Inc., Ann Arbor, Michigan
Balancing an Active Port with Places for the Public, Dina Aryan-Zahlan, Port of Los Angeles, San Pedro, California