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  • These collaborations are transforming communities. BNIM is an international leader in large- and small-scale design. They have led efforts to rebuild devastated communities…in Greensburg, New Orleans and, Nashville.   Floods. Tornadoes. Hurricanes.  
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  • BNIM Architects, 9 July 2008 Kansas Gas Service - Naturally Green
  • Business Incubator – original proprietors have moved to center across the street to permanent location BNIM Architects, 9 July 2008 Kansas Gas Service - Naturally Green
  • School – all classes are daylit (Heschong Mahone 1999 study) 50KW wind turbine
  • Increase Efficiency of all end uses Meet all energy needs through renewable generation sources Achieve zero net co2 emissions
  • Streetscape – water reduction response to climatic parameters
  • Tuscaloosa Recovery Plan Proposal Presentation

    1. 1. Rebuild Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa, Alabama | Comprehensive Planning and Development May 27, 2011 | BNIM Team
    2. 2. Tuscaloosa Quality of Life 2001 2011 2021 Rebuild Tuscaloosa: Quality of Life
    3. 3. <ul><li>Sustainability </li></ul><ul><li>Responsive, Successful Implementation </li></ul><ul><li>Local Knowledge </li></ul>Why the BNIM Team?
    4. 4. 01 Sustainability //
    5. 5. Lens: Sustainability Does each project balance the triple bottom line?
    6. 6. Responsive // 02 Public Participation
    7. 7. We Public Process ❤
    8. 11. Successful Implementation //
    9. 12. New Orleans Greensburg, KS Transforming natural disasters by building healthy communities 1993 Great Mississippi River Flood Pattonsburg, MO ,Valmeyer, IL 2001 Tropical Storm Allison Houston,TX 2005 Hurricane Katrina New Orleans, LA  2007 EF5 Tornado Greensburg, KS  2008 Iowa River Flood Iowa City, IA 2010 Cumberland River Flood Nashville, TN 2010 Haiti Earthquake Tornado Hurricane
    10. 13. NASHVILLE
    11. 14. 5.4.07 9:45 pm cdt
    12. 16. Blessed with a unique opportunity to create a strong community devoted to family, fostering business, working together for future generations. *
    13. 17. City of Greensburg Kansas Community A progressive community that offers urban services within the unassuming feel of a rural, Midwestern community. Family A community that provides opportunities for its young people in the way of jobs, education and recreation as reasons to stay in Greensburg. Prosperity A community where entrepreneurial spirit, customer service, and a sustainable economy permeate the business sector and where residents, travelers, and tourists enjoy a full line of locally owned businesses that provide jobs and services to an exceptional example of small town America. Environment A community that recognizes the importance of the natural environment and balances the need for growth and economic development with the maintenance and improvement of the environment. Affordability An up-to-date, affordable rural community where housing plans and strategies incorporate energy-efficient design and materials and serve as a regional and national model for integrating residents of all ages and needs with services of all kinds. Growth A community that opens its doors to new residents and visitors without affecting the values and lifestyles of its current residents. Renewal A community that makes proactive decisions that use this opportunity to reverse the decline of the community and build a progressive city with a strong future. Water Treat each drop of water as a precious resource. Health Improve quality of life by promoting a healthy and active lifestyle. Energy Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation. Wind Greensburg’s vast wind resources are part of an emerging economy and should be harvested. Built Environment Build a town that encourages interaction between residents, welcomes guests and serves as a model community. New development should be durable, healthy and efficient. City projects will lead the way by becoming examples of green practices that are built to last. City of Greensburg Kansas
    14. 19. 12.17.07 Greensburg City Council adopted a resolution that all city projects would be built to LEED Platinum standards and exceed the baseline code for energy efficiency by 42%
    15. 20. CITY HALL Greensburg City Hall
    16. 21. Greensburg City Hall City of Greensburg, Kansas
    17. 23. Business Incubator City of Greensburg, Kansas MVP & BNIM Projected Energy Savings 47%
    18. 24. Kiowa County Schools City of Greensburg, Kansas 48% Projected Energy Savings
    19. 25. <ul><li>Promote a high level of efficiency in new construction and look to renewable options for generation. </li></ul>
    20. 26. BTI - John Deere Greensburg, Kansas
    21. 27. Greensburg Streetscape City of Greensburg, Kansas 100% Projected Potable Water Use Reduction
    22. 28. Project Understanding
    23. 29. Dana Bourland, Enterprise Comm Dan Hodge, HDR Eddie George, EDGE Wade Walker, Fuss & O’Neill Lee Einsweiler, Code Studio Jimmy Warren, TotalCom Team of Experts
    24. 30. DISCOVERY VISION, GOALS, OBJECTIVES Deputy Project Manager Jimmy Warren Rebuild Tuscaloosa: Organization & Schedule Project Director Stephen Hardy Team Manager Benjamin Alexander Deputy Project Manager Laura Lesniewski Public Facilities & infrastructure Sustainable Community Design Housing Participation & Input Project Principal Bob Berkebile Deputy Project Manager Jason Walker Hazard Mitigation and Prevention Mobilize & Gather Data Community Outreach Plan Establish Committees Set Community Vision and Goals Analyze Data and synthesize with goals Refine Projects Public Input on Scenarios Alignment and Review Draft Document Final Document PLAN DEVELOPMENT ANALYSIS - PROJECTS Econ & Bus Development Implementation Resources Deputy Project Manager Mike Ellis Sustainabiliity Infrastructure Communications Land Use & Design Pilot Projects Natural Systems Neighborhood Enhancement & Public Spaces Existing Plan Integration
    25. 31. Week 1 Week 2 Week 3 Week 4 Week 5 Week 6 Mobilize / Analyze Data Set Vision & Goals Analyze Explore Alternatives Review + Plan Alignment Develop Scenarios Public Meeting Task Force Meeting Topic Meeting Rebuild Tuscaloosa: Our Schedule
    26. 34. Rebuild Tuscaloosa: Work Plan Recommended Time Frame <ul><li>By July 1: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Vision and Goals for the Community </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Illustrations demonstrating the components of the vision and goals </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Identification of areas of special interest </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Identification of potential pilot projects </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Confidence to release the vast majority of the areas for redevelopment </li></ul></ul><ul><li>By August 1: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Design vision for special interest areas </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Short-term policy and code recommendations </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Release of remaining areas for redevelopment </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Comprehensive Plan document A </li></ul></ul><ul><li>By December 1: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Fully developed long-term strategies and policy moves </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>List of potential resources </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Prioritized projects </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Holistic Comprehensive Plan (Part A and B) </li></ul></ul>
    27. 35. Rebuild Tuscaloosa Tuscaloosa, Alabama | Comprehensive Planning and Development May 27, 2011 | BNIM Team ~ Experience: surviving to thriving ~ Responsive Action Oriented Approach ~ Know Tuscaloosa and Its People