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  1. 1. TT work + services [ strategic planning | development approvals | GIS | RFPs | document production ]
  2. 2. CONTENTS resume3 strategic planning 7 development approvals 15 GIS 18 RFPs 19 [ 2 ] p: 902 449 9228 e: teresathomas05@gmail.com a: 338 Nepean Street, Ottawa
  3. 3. TERESA THOMAS, B.A., M.URP, MCIP (2017) urban and regional planner positions profile ○○ Conducts surveys and manages data; ○○ Interprets, analyzes and evaluates large volumes of data to make recommendations; ○○ Evaluates (building) design against design manuals; ○○ Coordinates planning processes; ○○ Responds to customer enquiries and participates in special projects; ○○ Master of Urban Planning and Bachelor of Arts. [ 3 ] Lead Planner 2012 – 2016 TEAL Architects+Planners Inc., Halifax ○○ Lead the planning wing of the company. ○○ Project managed plans for development incentives, housing needs and parks networks. ○○ Project managed applications for development of larger mixed-use buildings and small residential buildings. ○○ Completed RFP bids, which included budgets, teams, and workplans. ○○ Skills: project management, critical thinking, policy analysis, survey creation, data management and GIS. Planner II 2012 – 2013 KWR Approvals Inc., Halifax ○○ Worked part time during first year at TEAL Architects+Planners Inc. ○○ Reviewed planning policy to advise developers on development potential. ○○ Created applications for Plan amendments and development agreements. ○○ Liaised with architects on building proposals. Planner I Jul. 2011 – Jun. 2012 City of Edmonton, Current Planning ○○ Processed applications for rezonings, road closures, subdivisions and development agreements. ○○ Special project: I created the Public Consultation Guidebook for internal use in the Branch. ○○ Coordinated external agencies to develop recommendations for Council’s decision-making. ○○ Responded to several customer enquiries per day. Planner I Jan. 2011 – Jul. 2011 City of Edmonton, Parks Projects ○○ Processed applications for community projects on Municipal parkland. ○○ Coordinated related professionals (at the City) to provide recommendations to my superior. ○○ Conducted policy reviews, GIS mapping, and liaison with community members. Transportation Issues Planner May - Sept 2009 Ecology Action Centre, Halifax I carried out these two projects: ○○ 1. Created a‘Train-the-trainers’manual for youth to use to teach seniors how to use public transportation ○○ 2. Continued work on Nova Scotia legisation to allow school buses for public transit.
  4. 4. TERESA THOMAS, B.A., M.URP, MCIP (2017) urban and regional planner [ 4 ] ○○ ESRI: ArcMap (GIS); ○○ Microsoft: Excel, Word; ○○ Adobe: InDesign, Photoshop; ○○ Google: Earth, Drive, SketchUp; ○○ IBM: SPSS. software use Master of Urban and Regional Planning Queen’s University, 2008 - 2010. BA, Dbl. Major, English + International Dev’t Studies Saint Mary’s University, 2003 - 2007. Chinese Language Xiamen University, May 2004 - July 2004. French Immersion, Grades 7 - 12; French courses, University level and at l’Alliance Française (DELF B1). education volunteer work Director Prospect Old Church Association (non-religious), Halifax (2014 – 2016). Project Lead Urban Development Framework Project, FUSION Halifax (2013 – 2014). Corporate Liaison and Boat Builder Halifax Art Boat (2013 – 2014). Developer Stakeholder Liaison Urban Development Action Team, FUSION Halifax (2012 – 2013). Housing Issues Writer and Mapping Researcher Social Planning Council of Edmonton (2011 – 2012). Event Volunteer Homeless Connect, Edmonton (2011 – 2012). Housing Development Modeler Social Planning Council of Kingston (2009 – 2012). ESL Tutor (Adults) Halifax Public Libraries, Halifax (2004-2006). After School Tutor - Grade 4 Halifax Public Libraries, Halifax (2006 - 2007). awards and presentations API Best Comprehensive Strategic Plan 2016 for South Shore Housing Needs Assessment API conference 2015 Presentation Capacity of Ground Oriented Density in Halifax Regional Centre HRM, Ecology Action Centre, FUSION Halifax and Strategic Urban Partnership (SUP) Presentations Capacity of Ground Oriented Density in Halifax Regional Centre contact 902 449 9228 teresathomas05@gmail.com 338 Nepean Street, Ottawa, ON
  5. 5. recent projects [ 5 ] Ground Oriented Density Study and Program, TEAL + Credit Union Atlantic Role: Lead Planner, 2013 - 2016 I determined the gap between the existing and potential density in two- to four-unit residential buildings within Halifax’s low rise zones. The Home Value Program, in partnership with the Credit Union Atlantic, was created to offer homeowners complimentary design and financing advice about developing units on their property. development approvals ○○ MPS Amendment and DA, Shore Drive Townhouses ○○ MPS Amendment and DA, 383 Herring Cove Road ○○ MPS Amendment and DA, Purcell’s Cove Road Mixed Use Redevelopment ○○ Site Plan Approval, 5466 Spring Garden Road (Downtown Halifax) - complete ○○ DA, 592 Bedford Highway Commercial-Residential ○○ DA, 139 Main Street Commercial-Residential ○○ Pre-application, Black-Binney Place (heritage, mixed-use, Downtown Halifax ○○ Variances Appeal, Connelly Street 4-unit ○○ Variances Appeal, 6168 North Street Redevelopment presentation to Council RFPs and investor packages (completed by me) ○○ RFP - Dalhousie Performing Arts Building - lost ○○ RFP - Digby Parks and Open Space Plan - won ○○ RFP - West Hants Parks Plan - won ○○ RFP - Sherbrook AT Plan - lost ○○ RFP - Halifax Centre Plan - lost ○○ RFP - NSCC Standing Offer List - on list ○○ RFP - HRM Standing Offer List - on list ○○ RFP - Golf PEI Subdivision Development – lost ○○ Investor’s Package, Gardenview, Dartmouth ○○ Review of Investors Package for Barrington Street Lands on behalf of client. strategic planning Parks and Open Space Plan, West Hants, NS Roles: Project Manager and Planner, 2015 - 2016 West Hants called for a strategy to guide the management of their parks and open spaces. Mapping, community engagement, policy and precedent review and field visits were used to propose an open space network. Decision-making criteria were created for staff to use to make good choices about land the currently have and land they may acquire in the future. Parks and Open Space Plan, District of Digby, NS Role: Lead Planner, 2014 The District of Digby needed an inventory of all park and open space lands and suggestions on policy changes to the subdivision by-law and on ways to fund the development of open space lands. The Plan has resulted in the creation of a Parkland Management Fund. Density Bonusing Study, Halifax Reg. Municipality Roles: Planner, Management Assistant, 2015 In preparation for Halifax’s Centre Plan a Density Bonusing Study was prepared by TEAL Architects with density bonusing specialist Brent Toderian of Toderian UrbanWORKS. My role was to coordinate team and client meetings, write on the local policy context and prepare the final document. The Study has also been used to update the Downtown Halifax Plan and LUB. Housing Needs Assessment, South Shore, NS Role: Lead Planner, 2016 We identified the short-, mid-, and long-term housing needs of priority populations in six Municipalities. Deliverables included the collection, analysis and reporting of housing availability, housing needs, population projections, available land and project opportunities. Information is from the StatCan NHS and Census; CMHC Portal; our own online and paper survey; Municipal and Provincial data; and public consultation with politicians, general public and special groups.
  6. 6. project description In partnership with landscape architect Stephen Cushing, this project delivered a proposed parks and open space network based on community values. We completed thorough site views, community engagement, precedent and local policy and geography studies. In addition to the proposed network were a proposed‘Top 5 Park Development Concepts’ and class D estimates of costs. We developed processes for analyzing and deciding on future parkland, as well as ways to fund park development and educate or engage citizens. STRATEGIC PLANNING project: west hants parks and open space plan Designs, layout, maps and writing by me except for the concept plan right. [ 6 ]
  7. 7. PARK NETWORKS my role I was the project manager and planner for this project. In addition to all project management tasks, I completed the local policy review, completed mapping, visited a minimum of 165 parcels of land, identified stakeholders, created a survey to host online and in paper, produced media and promotional materials, and completed the final document design and production. As part of the team, I conducted seven community engagement sessions including one with youth and one with stakeholders. I collected, coded, analyzed and mapped survey and public consultation results. Open e re those near the hbourhood Parks pes of parks hysical needs he focus of gap ality of the served in terms ms of area and cultural, etc.) where people ach park type. ct Elementary ail system) ns of West Hants ourhood Park, s within 5km ng these facts Section 4.2 service each ead throughout ices to every ally impossible for izens may or quately served in By using service ontext, an e identified. Many dition and are e improved to mprovements are Appendix 2. ap analysis hbourhood and ality. All citizens ultural Parks and Analysis maps. anaged by the uffers represent spaces. A grid est Hants reas vary too service can West Hants ve the digital form SRI ArcMap). 35% % citizens served by a Neighbourhood Park 85% % citizens served by a Community Park 16 Number of hectares of Neighbourhood Parks (40 acres)* 155 Number of hectares of Community Parks (383 acres)** Municipal Neighbourhood Parks (1km) Municipal Community Parks (5km) Place of Residence Water Highway 101 Arterial Roads Non-Municipal Neighbourhood Parks (1km) Non-Municipal Community Parks (5km) Local Roads Grid SubsetA2 Windsor * Regional and Community Parks are often used as Neighbourhood Parks as well. This total area for Neighbourhood Parks would be 161ha (398 acres). ** Regional Parks are often doubled as Community Parks and are factored into this area. Upper Falmouth Windsor Forks Mill Section Vaughan Ellershouse Ardoise Three Mile Plains St. Croix Brooklyn Scotch Village Garlands Crossing Falmouth Avondale Centre Burlington Summerville Cheverie Walton Map 5: Gap Analysis of Park Types Overview Grid 1:225,00052.5 10km0 4.0 Inventory + Opportunities 41Open Space Plan Designs, layout, maps and writing by me except for the concept plan right. [ 7 ]
  8. 8. STRATEGIC PLANNING project: south shore housing needs assessment project description In partnership with David Harrison, I investigated the housing needs of people in each of the six participating municipalities in the project. The deliverable was a profile of the housing needs and opportunities in each municipality. Profiles featured data analytics, a map of vacant lands, a pilot project for the creation or encouragement of affordable housing, and an “Idea Bank”of various pilot project ideas. Designs, layout, maps and writing by me. [ 8 ]
  9. 9. HOUSING NEEDS my role I collected, created, analyzed and presented demographic data from sources such as Stats Can, Housing NS and CMHC. I created the maps and completed the final document production. As part of the team, I conducted focus group interviews, community engagement sessions, and meetings with all related Municipal Councils. This project received the“Best Comprehensive Plan”award from the Atlantic Planners Institute“Planning Excellence Awards”in 2016. Designs, layout, maps and writing by me. [ 9 ]
  10. 10. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY DENSITY BONUSING STUDY PREPARED BY: TEAL ARCHITECTS TODERIAN URBAN WORKS CANTWELL COMPANY LTD. CORIOLIS CONSULTING CORP. October 08, 2015 project description In partnership with Brent Toderian, planner, and Ross Cantwell, economist, we determined the money that could be charged per square metre of additional development in various 18 | Density Bonusing Study | What is Density Bonusing? 32m 25m Pre-Bonus Height Limit Post-Bonus Height Limit 23m 19m Density Bonus Existing Building Density Bonus Footprint: 95sm Density Bonus Coverage: 11.9% Post-Bonus FAR: 2.22 + (0.119 x 3 storeys) = 2.58 Density Bonus Footprints: 114sm + 423sm Density Bonus Coverage: 14.3% + 53% Post-Bonus FAR: 2.22 + (0.143 x 4 storeys) + (0.53 x 1 storey) = 3.33 5m 19m Additional FAR Achieved Through Outward Extension Maximum FAR Permitted In Policy Achieved Through Height Increase With Outward Extension 19m 6m 29m 14.6m Site: 800sm Building Footprint: 437sm Coverage: 55.5% Pre-Bonus FAR: 0.555 x 4 storeys = 2.22 Post-Bonus FAR: 0.555 x 6 storeys = 3.33 Maximum FAR Permitted in Policy Achieved Through Height Increase Figure 2. Floor Area Ratio (FAR) achieved through height or outward extension. parts of Halifax’s Regional Centre. We analyzed the existing density bonus program used in Downtown Halifax, and made suggestions regarding‘on what to spend acquired public benefit’and ‘who chooses on what to spend the benefit’for the potential program in the Centre Area. STRATEGIC PLANNING project: density bonus study for halifax regional municipality Writing, design ideas and chart by me. [ 10 ]
  11. 11. URBAN STUDIES Figure 4. Ways to fund community amenities and services in HRM. - ROADS - PIPES (PRIVATE PROPERTY) What is Density Bonusing? | Density Bonusing Study | 29 my role I was the acting project manager, coordinated all team members for document production and completed editing. I arranged and attended all client meetings, completed progress tracking reports, arranged travel details for out-of-town team members, and designed a tour for both the team and client. I curated the background information that included the history of density bonusing in Halifax, a definition of‘what is density bonusing’, the ways community amenities and benefits are funded and I completed the mapping of study sub-areas. Writing, design ideas and chart by me. [ 11 ]
  12. 12. project description After difficulties developing a two-unit house on North Street, I used GIS technology and existing Land Use By-laws to review how widespread our difficulties were in the Halifax Regional Centre. I found that multi-unit, low rise zones were largely not being used for their intended purposes of promoting two- to four-unit residential buildings. They were instead encouraging single family houses and the character of pre-1950 streets. Development dollars and site densities were almost all in the hands of larger companies. A successful partnership with the Credit Union Atlantic was formed to create the Home Value Program, which offers homeowners and potential homeowners a complimentary planning and design consult and financing advice. Target populations are elderly homeowners, young families and small-time investors. 6Achieving 2031 Growth Targets | Presented by TEAL Architects Atlantic Planning Institute Annual Conference | 5 October 2015 2 units permitted SFD permitted Ground Oriented Density Zone (R-2) Halifax, NS 8Achieving 2031 Growth Targets | Presented by TEAL Architects Atlantic Planning Institute Annual Conference | 5 October 2015 existing building - additional volume or height not permitted STRATEGIC PLANNING project: ground oriented density study and program Mapping, streetview and presentation by me. [ 12 ]
  13. 13. URBAN STUDIES my role I completed most aspects of this project under the guidance of my supervisor and owner of TEAL Architects+Planners, Tom Emodi. From the initial review of the land use by-law and identification of properties enabled for two+ units, I also prepared eight presentations for a variety of audiences, including: Ecology Action Centre, Halifax Regional Municipality Mayor’s Office and Urban Deisgn Team, FUSION Halifax, Atlantic Planners Institute, the Credit Union Atlantic, the Strategic Urban Partnership and members of the public. I also completed promotional mailout materials. Home Value Program life events, return on investment, timeline, financial cost ... IT’S A GO :) inquiry call planning review home meeting financing (pre-approval) go, no-go decision contract Design (D) construction Documents (cD) financing (full approval) permit approval construction (ca) fee: $0.00 Home Value Program life events, return on investment, timeline, financial cost ... IT’S A GO :) inquiry call planning review home meeting financing (pre-approval) go, no-go decision contract Design (D) construction Documents (cD) financing (full approval) permit approval construction (ca) fee: $0.00 Home Value Program life events, return on investment, timeline, financial cost ... IT’S A GO :) inquiry call planning review home meeting financing (pre-approval) go, no-go decision contract Design (D) construction Documents (cD) financing (full approval) permit approval construction (ca) fee: $0.00 Mapping, streetview and presentation by me. [ 13 ]
  14. 14. DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS project:‘black-binney place’ ST. MATTHEW’S UNITED CHURCH COMMISSIONAIRES NOVA SCOTIA SITE PLAN APPROVAL | PRE-APPLICATION | FEBRUARY 2014 B L A C K - B I N N E Y P L A C E 37 2. PROJECT INFORMATION DESIGN RATIONALE Matthew’s Mews: Matthew’s Mews, the proposed mid-block pedestrian path, meets universal accessibility objectives for public space. The path will be well used by people walking from Barrington Street to any of the three lobbies at the Hollis Street level. However, for heritage conser- vation objectives, it would be better for the path to follow the natural topography and arrive at a series of steps down to Hollis Street at the existing Eastern boundary of St. Matthew’s property. This trade-off between universal accessibility and heritage objectives will be explored further during the next phases of design development. The ramped landscaped pathway connects St. Matthew’s South Court with Black-Binney House South Court. Its alignment is at the Southern boundary of the properties, adjacent to Government House. The pathway provides universal access from Barrington Street to Hollis Street, descending over three storeys (38ft or 11.6m) using a 12 per cent incline and landings spaced to enable wheelchair travel. One side of the experience of Matthew’s Mews reveals the restored heritage stonework of the North wall of Government House gardens. This wall provides an historic character to the walk between Barrington and Hollis Streets. To achieve the necessary shallow incline there are two ‘switch backs’ in the journey. One of these, about a third of the way down, enables access to a meeting room traditionally offered by St. Matthew’s Church for use by community groups. This room is secured from the rest of the development as necessary. The second ‘switch back’ occurs at the end of the journey and forms cover to external bicycle parking (underneath of the ramp) in the South Forecourt of Black-Binney House. (Internal bicycle parking is also found under the ramp that is accessed from within the vestibule.) To allow a direct route for people wishing to avoid the ‘switch backs’, roughly one-third of the way down the ramp steps allows a choice of path forward. Image 4.6: Matthew’s Mews looking East Partners: Location: Building Cost: Public Benefit: Area: ○○ St. Matthew’s Church, Commissionaires NS, TEAL Architects, KWR Approvals, Canoe Realty ○○ Downtown Halifax ○○ $55M ○○ $5M ○○ Residential: 153 units Retail: 3000SF Office: 16000SF Wind Study: Site Survey, Traffic: Heritage Impact: Service Capacity: Structural, Mechanical: Cost Estimating: ○○ RWDI ○○ SDMM ○○ ERA ○○ exp. ○○ Campbell Comeau ○○ Hanscomb; CBCL Ltd. Writing and layout by me. Images by TEAL Architects+Planners Inc. [ 14 ]
  15. 15. DOWNTOWN HALIFAX private sector my role For three years, I was the planner working with the senior planner and senior architect on the team. I attended all internal and client meetings to provide planning policy and process advice. I completed a policy background study to determine highest and best uses for the site. I also passed on my observations of the 15-person client team to my senior team members after client meetings. I prepared the 185 page ‘preapplication’document and submitted to HRM for review. 48 2. PROJECT INFORMATION PUBLIC BENEFIT: POLICY 89 PEDESTRIAN PATHWAYS A pedestrian connection will enable access across the heritage site along the South side from Barrington Street to Hollis Street. This desired connection will exit in approximate distance from the HRM-designated connection through the Keith Hall property across Hollis Street. PUBLIC ROOFTOP LOOKOUT Halifax’s first public rooftop lookout will encourage tourists and citizens alike to explore the city and gaze to the Halifax Harbour and the Atlan- tic Ocean from the city’s skyline. A restaurant will add a special place to gather at the iconic site. URBAN GREEN SPACE Pedestrians will be encouraged to use the St. Matthew’s North and South Courts in their restored conditions for passive recreation. Downtown employees will be invited to rest and eat in the gardens and new patios during lunch hours and passers-by can rest on their journey from Spring Garden Road to the Waterfront. Image 5.3: Proposed pedestrian connection 53 3. CULTURE HERITAGE 1472 Hollis Street, Halifax, NSBLACK-BINNEY HOUSE ARCHITECT: N/A BUILT: 1819 STYLE: Georgian - Palladian-inspired HISTORY: Built by John Black, a native of Aberdeen- shire, Scotland and an active Georgian entrepreneur. As early as 1790, Black had secured a contract from the Admiralty to cut timber in New Brunswick for ship’s masts. Between 1806 and 1811 he shared the contract with his brother William, before moving to Halifax and leaving William in charge at Saint John. Black was a successful merchant and Executive Councillor (1813-23). In 1812, he was the co-owner of the HMS Caledonia, the first Halifax vessel to be commissioned as a privateer for the ensuing war with the former American Colonies. The house was later lived in by James Boyle Uniacke and his wife Rosina Jane (daughter of John Black). Uniacke led a distinguished political life as Provincial Treasurer, Attorney General and later Premier of Nova Scotia (1845-54). They lived here for some years until 1855. From 1858-1887, the house was owned and occupied by the Anglican Bishop of Nova Scotia, the Rt. Rev Hibbert Binney and his wife Mary Bliss. Bishop Binney sold the back of his estate to the Presbyterians for St. Matthew’s Church. In 1890, John Naylor bought the house from the Binney estate and converted it to an office and chamber apartments. While the Black–Binney House was known as the Dover Apartments, the interior was damaged by fire in 1965. Colonel S.C. Oland, first Commandant and first Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Nova Scotia Division, purchased the property and had it restored in 1965 and opened as the Headquarters of the Nova Scotia Division, Canadian Corps of Commissionaires in 1967. CNS is the leading security provider in Nova Scotia and the largest private sector employer of veterans. A not-for-profit corporation, CNS offers a wide range of security services includ- ing professional guarding, monitoring and surveillance, threat risk assessment, investigation, by-law enforcement, identification and fingerprinting services, and security training. Its clients include a broad spectrum of public and private sector organisations. DESIGNATIONS: • National Historic Site of Canada -(Designation Date: 17/5/1965) • Municipal Heritage Property (Plaque on right side of Hollis street façade) Image 6.0: Black-Binney House looking west Writing and layout by me. Images by TEAL Architects+Planners Inc. [ 15 ]
  16. 16. Developer: Architecture+Planning Location: Action: New Area: ○○ Westwood ○○ TEAL Architects ○○ Downtown Halifax ○○ renovation and addition ○○ Retail: 1000SF Office: 1500S Landscaped roof Survey; Service Capacity Study: Structural; Traffic Study: Electrical: Purpose: ○○ SDMM ○○ Campbell Comeau ○○ Rick Barber ○○ barrier-free access ○○ improved space utilization ○○ contemporary design DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS DOWNTOWN project: 5770 spring garden road private sector my role As the project manager and planner for this approval I coordinated all studies, meetings, correspondences and the final application creation in order to achieve approval from the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM) Design Review Committee (DRC) on time for construction in April 2012. (Note: construction did not actually go ahead after approvals). Writing, mapping and layout by me. Images by TEAL Architects+Planners Inc. 5 Known as the ‘Royal Bank Building’, 5466 Spring Garden Road was built for the Royal Bank in 1921 and an addition was made mid-century. The bulding has a basement plus two storeys, and is home to one eating establishment, one commercial retail space and one commercial office space. It is on a prominent and popular corner of Downtown Halifax across from the almost- completed Central Library. However, space within the existing building is under-used and several levels are not accessible to wheelchair, stroller nor walker users. C U R R E N T U S E5 4 6 6 S pring garden r oad Site plan approval application February 17, 2014 [ 16 ]
  17. 17. BEDFORD HIGHWAY SHORE DRIVE DIVISION STREET SPRING STREET SHIPYARD ROAD FIRSTAVENUE BEDFORD BASIN 4 T 1 S 3 T 2 T 4 T 2 T 4 T 2 T 14 1 S 2 T 5 S 5 T 1 S 1 S 2 T 2 T 1 S 1 S 15 A 1 5 S 8 A 1 S 9 T MAP 2: dWellinG Unit COUntS And tyPeS // SHORE DRIVE NEIGHBOURHOOD 8 site for proposed townhouse-style dwellings number of dwellings per site A T apartment style dwellings townhouse or semi-detached style dwellings S single-detached style dwellings 50 m Sources: NS Property Online, ExploreHRM, Google Maps Prepared by: Teresa Thomas, TEAL Architects March 12, 2015 Style And denSity DIScuSSION Existing buildings 5 units 5 units 4 units total (prEvious): 14 rEntal apartmEnt units Existing buildings 5 units 5 units 4 units total (prEvious): 14 rEntal apartmEnt units my role As planner, I determined the highest and best use of the land for the neighbourhood using municipal plans and a study of the neighbourhood. Using the Public Archives I researched the possibility of heritage importance. I arranged a meeting with the local Councilor to understand how his voters may respond and how he would interpret this project. DEVELOPMENT APPROVALS SUBURBAN project: shore drive, bedford private sector I arranged a meeting with Municipal planning staff to discuss an application for a plan amendment and development agreement, and created the presentation. Due to their strict policies they had a hard time believing in this project. I advised the client of next steps and the project is still on hold. Writing, mapping and layout by me. Images by TEAL Architects+Planners Inc. [ 17 ]
  18. 18. GIS Services: cartography, graphics, data creation and management, data analytics. cres)* es)** Municipal Neighbourhood Parks (1km) Municipal Community Parks (5km) Place of Residence Water Highway 101 Arterial Roads Non-Municipal Neighbourhood Parks (1km) Non-Municipal Community Parks (5km) Local Roads Grid SubsetA2 Windsor ften used otal area 1ha (398 o this area. Upper Falmouth Windsor Forks Mill Section Vaughan Ellershouse Ardoise Three Mile Plains St. Croix Brooklyn Scotch Village Garlands Crossing Falmouth Avondale Centre Burlington Summerville Cheverie Walton Map 5: Gap Analysis of Park Types Overview Grid 1:225,00052.5 10km0 4.0 Inventory + Opportunities 41 Mapping and data management by me. [ 18 ]
  19. 19. RFPs Services: team creation, workplan, budgeting, methods, document creation. Shipyards Landing Bridgewater Cover Letter 6 1.0 Executive Summary 8 1.1 Overview of Company 8 1.2 Similar work in the Municipal Sector 9 1.3 Summary of Understanding 10 1.4 Quote Highlights 11 2.0 Qualifications 14 2.1 Professional Experience 14 2.2 List of Clients 16 2.3 Intention to Use Students 19 3.0 References 23 4.0 Method 26 4.1 Tasks 27 4.1 Workplan and Schedule 32 5.0 Detailed and Itemized Pricing 36 Appendices 39 A1 Curricula Vitae 39 A2 Insurance and Certifications 45 Contents 32 Bridgewater Community Engagment Services Quotex 4.3 Workplan, Schedule and Fees August November FEES project weeks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 TT RG TE dates 04 - 0811 - 1518 - 2225 - 29 01 -05 08 -12 15 - 1922 - 2629 - 0205 - 0912 - 1619 - 2326 - 3003 - 0710 - 1417 - 2124 - 28 31 -04 07 -11 14 - 1821 - 2528 - 0205 - 0912 - 1619 - 2326 - 30 $/hr 90 90 120 TASKS 1 Project start date and Kick off meeting 2.0 2.0 2.0 2 Design and Operate Survey 2 3.0 3 Brochure Design and Distribution 2.0 3.0 4 Website and Social Media Campgain 1.0 5 Newspaper and Radio Advertising NP NP NP/R NP/R NP 1.0 6 Map and Poster Design 4.0 2.0 1.0 7 Photography Contest 2.0 8 Senior's Stroll 2.0 2.0 9 Growing Green Festival+Jane's Walk 5.0 5.0 1.0 10 Afterglow Art Festival BWS 11 Consultation Sessions S/C S/P 3.0 3.0 12 Analysis of Engagement Data 7.0 7.0 13 Presentation of Engagement Results 1.0 1.0 2.0 TOTAL HOURS PER PERSON 29.0 29.0 6.0 NOTES (numbering corresponds with numbering of tasks) FEE ALLOCATION PER PERSON 2,610.00 2,610.00 720.00 1 With staff to identify suitable dates and agree on project details / requirements 2 TEAL will first create the survey, and at the end of November will collect the results TOTAL FEE ALLOCATION 3 TEAL designs, Town of Bridgewater student distributes FEE CONTINGENCY (7 hours at $90)* 4 Ongoing throughout the entire consultation process HST (15%) 5 Two Newspaper ads before events, radio ads the week before GGF and consultations PROPOSED MAXIMUM FEE (including HST)* 6 For the GGF and public engagement sessions *Fee contingency will not be used without prior client approval. 7 First implimentation of online voting and conditions, then the contest may begin 8 Guided by TEAL and Town of Bridgewater staff 9 TEAL leads a walk with Town of Bridgewater staff member and also operates a booth at the festival 10 Staff present the photos entered in the contest so far and engage the public 11 One each for Staff and Council. Then a stakeholder session in the morning, followed by a public session in the evening. 12 TEAL drafts report, Town of Bridgewater staff comment, TEAL edits 13 Presentation can be moved to accommodate holiday schedules, if required. KEY R Radio Advertising NP Newspaper Advertising S/C Staff/Council Consultation S/P Stakeholder/Public Consultation BWS Led by Bridgewater Staff Bridgewater Community Engagement Services | Proposed Schedule and Fees TEAL Architects+Planners Inc.04-Jul-16 5,940.00$ 630.00$ 985.50$ 7,555.50$ July September October December Workplan, Schedule and Fees 32 Bridgewater Community Engagment Services Quotex 4.3 Workplan, Schedule and Fees Augus project weeks 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 dates 04 - 0811 - 1518 - 2225 - 29 01 -05 08 -12 15 - 1 TASKS 1 Project start date and Kick off meeting 2 Design and Operate Survey 3 Brochure Design and Distribution 4 Website and Social Media Campgain 5 Newspaper and Radio Advertising NP NP 6 Map and Poster Design 7 Photography Contest 8 Senior's Stroll 9 Growing Green Festival+Jane's Walk 10 Afterglow Art Festival 11 Consultation Sessions S/C 12 Analysis of Engagement Data 13 Presentation of Engagement Results NOTES (numbering corresponds with numbering of tasks) 1 With staff to identify suitable dates and agree on project details / requirements 2 TEAL will first create the survey, and at the end of November will collect the results 3 TEAL designs, Town of Bridgewater student distributes 4 Ongoing throughout the entire consultation process 5 Two Newspaper ads before events, radio ads the week before GGF and consultations 6 For the GGF and public engagement sessions 7 First implimentation of online voting and conditions, then the contest may begin 8 Guided by TEAL and Town of Bridgewater staff 9 TEAL leads a walk with Town of Bridgewater staff member and also operates a booth at the festival 10 Staff present the photos entered in the contest so far and engage the public 11 One each for Staff and Council. Then a stakeholder session in the morning, followed by a public session in 12 TEAL drafts report, Town of Bridgewater staff comment, TEAL edits 13 Presentation can be moved to accommodate holiday schedules, if required. KEY R Radio Advertising NP Newspaper Advertising S/C Staff/Council Consultation S/P Stakeholder/Public Consultation BWS Led by Bridgewater Staff Bridgewater Community Engagement Services | Proposed Schedule and Fees July Budget, layout and writing by me. [ 19 ]
  20. 20. 902 449 9228 teresathomas05@gmail.com 338 Nepean Street, Ottawa CONTACT [ 20 ]

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