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  • Fast Planning and Design WorkFor PeopleIn CitiesAnd Univeristies
  • Parkville Downtown Masterplan

    1. 1. Planning Sustainable Places Downtown Parkville Master Plan BNIM | Jansen PR Parkville, MO | 27 June 2013
    2. 2. Sizzle Our Team and Approach
    3. 3. 7 AIA Fellows 2 AIA National Presidents 1 AIA National Young Architect 78 Staff 10 Principals BNIM INDUSTRY LEADERSHIP 2011 AIA National Architecture Firm Award 42 Total Number of LEED Projects 8 AIA/COTE Top Ten Green Buildings Omega Center for Sustainable Living: World’s First LEED Platinum + Living Building Founded the AIA COTE Key role in the creation and development of the USGBC, LEED, Li ving Building Challenge First Living Building Challenge On the Boards Winner The Practice of BNIM EDUCATIONBNIM INDUSTRY TRANSFORMATION 1 ULI International Planning Award 5 National ASLA Awards since 2005 40 Regional and Local ASLA Awards BNIM INDUSTRY RECOGNITION 1 Daniel Burnham Award 6 APA Awards
    4. 4. Depth of Experience!  Disaster/Resilience Planning - Greensburg, KS - Nashville, TN - Springfield, MA  Activated Streetscape Design - Branson Highway 76 Streetscape Plan - 12th Street Downtown Streetscape - Grand Boulevard Streetscape Plan - Burlington Corridor Plan  Urban Master Plans - Kansas City Greater Downtown Area Plan - Manheim Park Strategic Development - Riverside Comprehensive Plan (2006 and 2010 Update)  Campus Planning - Rockhurst Master Plan - UMKC Master Plan - Oberlin, OH
    5. 5. Springfield, MA Disaster Recovery Springfield, MA
    6. 6. Downtown Master Planning Riverside, MO Land Use Open Space Circulation Water
    7. 7. Campus Planning Oberlin, OH
    8. 8. Streetscape Branson, MO
    9. 9. Streetscape Branson, MO
    10. 10. Greensburg Streetscape This is about Connectivity
    11. 11. Implementation Citywalk - Tuscaloosa And Implementation
    12. 12. Lessons learned in MarlboroughGreat Ingredients New Development English Landing Park Historic Downtown Park University
    13. 13. Downtown Parkville – A Seven Course Experience
    14. 14. 1. Historic Main Street
    15. 15. 2. English Landing Park
    16. 16. 3. Park University
    17. 17. 4. Historic Residential Core
    18. 18. 5. English Landing Drive
    19. 19. 6. East Street
    20. 20. 7. White Alloe Creek
    21. 21. Bringing them to the Table Public Participation
    22. 22. LetsTalkParkville.com
    23. 23. “The most effective engagement efforts combine offline and online engagement strategies into one coordinated and seamless process. There is no one better at this integration than BNIM. Their utilization of the MindMixer platform, combined with their creative offline engagement process, is involving more community members in the planning process than ever before.” Nick Bowden,CEO/Co-Founder | MindMixer
    24. 24. Online Meets Offline  MindMixer  Online Blog & Social Media  Online Surveys and E-Updates  Community Workshops/Charrettes - Instant Polling - Maps and Materials - Discussion Questions - Prioritization  Community Events
    25. 25. Community Events: Better Block
    26. 26. Community Events: Better Block
    27. 27. Our Signature Recipe for Success Workplan/Timeline
    28. 28. • Task 1.1 – MindMixer • Task 1.2 – Social media and project blog • Task 1.3 – Online surveys and Email • Task 1.4 – Stakeholder interviews • Task 1.5 – Design charrette • Task 1.6 – Community meetings • Task 1.7 – Better Block Event
    29. 29. • Task 2.1 – Vision, goals, and objectives • Task 2.2 – Integration and enhancement of existing plans • Task 2.3 – Develop transportation, housing, and strategic infill and redevelopment alternatives • Task 2.4 – Protect natural resources • Task 2.5 – Corridor improvements, removal of blight, infill and redevelopment, and other site corridor specific strategies
    30. 30. • Task 3.1 – Prioritize recommendations • Task 3.2 – Identify responsible parties • Task 3.3 – Estimate costs • Task 3.4 – Determine timeframe • Task 3.5 – Identify financing strategies and potential resources • Task 3.6 – List action items
    31. 31. • Four decades of understanding trends in sustainable downtown planning. • Vision driven planning process that results in transformational and restorative environments. • Precision. BNIM is known for precise design and documents. • Award-winning public participation approach. • Proven track record of quality project management that achieves final implementation. • Nationally recognized planning and design leader. Why Our Team?
    32. 32. PlanDowntownParkville.com

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