Gulf Coast Green - Tim Duggan

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Gulf Coast Green speakers, Tim Duggan and Ritchie Katko, presented " Making it Right: A Progress Report on Recovery in New Orleans" on 4/15/2010 in Houston, Texas

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  • MIR started by partnering with nine community-based nonprofits in the L9. Only outside entity to sign MOU outlining partnership with the community. Pic – BP signs MOU
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  • 3831713070_d4eae2b479_o.jpg Flickr Image Name: Community Group Meeting II
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  • Gulf Coast Green - Tim Duggan

    1. 6. Make It Right Mission Statement Be a catalyst for redevelopment of the Lower 9th Ward by building a neighborhood of safe, healthy homes inspired by Cradle to Cradle thinking with an emphasis on quality of design preserving the spirit of the community's culture
    2. 9. Implementation
    3. 11. Design Architects Local John Williams – Architect of Record Billes Studio BILD Studio Concordia Building Studio Eskew Dumez Ripple Waggoner & Ball Trahan Architects National BNIM Frank Gehry Associates Kieran Timberlake Ray Kappe Morphosis William McDonough + Partners Pugh & Scarpa International David Adjaye Hitoshi Abe Constructs Elemental Graft MVRDV Shigeru Ban
    4. 24. DURABILITY THROUGH ENGINEERING
    5. 29. PERVIOUS PAVEMENT
    6. 33. RAIN GARDENS
    7. 38. <ul><li>Create a comprehensive green approach to the urban design and landscape fabric of the Lower Ninth Ward. </li></ul><ul><li>provide garden designs for a number of houses within the Make It Right Project that provide resources for making gardens throughout the neighborhood. </li></ul><ul><li>create detailed strategies for addressing infrastructure and public space issues for the Lower Ninth Ward. </li></ul><ul><li>Ideas that are regenerative , relating to both contemporary problems and ones that may occur within the next fifty to one hundred years. </li></ul>
    8. 48. Implementation
    9. 50. Civic infrastructure
    10. 56. LOWER NINTH WARD SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE <ul><li>STORMWATER CONTROL </li></ul><ul><ul><li>- CONTIGUOUS & NON-CONTIGUOUS APPLICATIONS </li></ul></ul><ul><li>RETAIN/DETAIN A 10 YEAR STORM EVENT </li></ul><ul><li>- CISTERNS </li></ul><ul><li>- RAIN GARDENS & BIO SWALES </li></ul><ul><li>- PERVIOUS PAVEMENT </li></ul><ul><li>- SUB-SURFACE STORAGE </li></ul>
    11. 58. Multi-disciplinary team Make it right William mcdonough + partners Walter hood Siteworks Olsson associates Dj + pela Bnim architects BKI
    12. 66. GREEN COLLAR JOBS WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT HORTICULTURAL INFRASTRUCTURE WETLAND REGENERATION STORMWATER INNOVATION
    13. 67. Ecological infrastructure
    14. 69. Implementation
    15. 70. Implementation
    16. 75. Implementation
    17. 79. Implementation
    18. 80. Implementation
    19. 81. Implementation
    20. 82. Implementation
    21. 83. Implementation
    22. 84. Implementation
    23. 85. TIM DUGGAN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT MAKE IT RIGHT FOUNDATION [email_address] RITCHIE KATKO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT MAKE IT RIGHT FOUNDATION [email_address] 504.620.3200

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