Initiatives in urban/master planning

Description: 

This session consists of several thought leaders who work in both planning and architecture, describing both current trends and forward-thinking to create more livable, sustainable blueprints that set the table for successful delivery of subsequent building projects. The panelists discuss best practices in both the planning and development of military installations as well as urban development, demonstrating that great planning benefits communities of all types and populations.

Learning objectives

  • Discuss the linkage between a sound master plan and sound project delivery practices.
  • Explain best practices for urban master planning in both private development and military communities.
  • Understand the use of data science and collection to develop detailed based planning scenarios.
  • Describe examples of resilient planning that facilitate and enhance communities and future development.

This session was recorded live on March 8, 2021, as part of the Project Delivery Symposium 2021: Delivering the Future hosted by the AIA Project Delivery Knowledge Community.

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1.00 LU
  • RIBA

Instructors

  • Edmond G. Gauvreau headshot

    Edmond G. Gauvreau

    FAIA

    Chief, Planning Branch, Installation Readiness Division | HQ US Army Corps of Engineers

    Ed Gauvreau, FAIA, is Chief, Planning Branch, Installation Readiness Division, HQ US Army Corps of...
  • Mark Gillem headshot

    Mark L. Gillem

    PhD, FAIA, FAICP

    Principal | The Urban Collaborative

    Mark L. Gillem is the Principal of The Urban Collaborative, an award-winning planning and design...
  • Scott Pollack headshot

    Scott Pollack

    Principal | Arrowstreet

    As a principal at Arrowstreet, Scott Pollack is responsible for some of the firm’s most complex...
  • Sheba Ross Headshot

    Sheba Ross

    Principal | HKS

    Sheba Ross is a Principal at HKS where she creates culturally defined and environmentally driven...