On May 18 and 19, Bob Uhlig of Halvorson Design joins a team of experts for the East Boston Flood Prevention Design Workshop, sponsored by ULI Boston/New England and NOAH (Neighborhood of Affordable Housing). The goal of this event is to work with the community to create a shared and inclusive vision for protecting East Boston from sea level rise and coastal storm flooding.
Robert Barton of Greenovate recaps some of the feedback received at the second open house for Climate Ready South Boston, an extensive resilience study by Arcadis, Halvorson Design, the Woods Hole Group, and CivicMoxie for the City of Boston to develop strategies to prepare for the short and long-term impacts of climate change and stormwater surges.
Halvorson Design is especially pleased to be attending the Society for College & University Planning's Northeast Regional Conference this year at Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
Since 2012, our designers have been working with WPI to create dynamic landscapes that reinforce the university's identity, enliven the academic community and enhance campus connectivity in the Worcester hills.
Learn more about our work at Worcester Polytech here, and look for us at the SCUP Conference, March 5 - 7th!
Join Bob Uhlig at the BSA's Placemaking Network event on January 23 for a discussion of the Wharf District Public Realm Vision. Bob will be joined by Marc Margulies (Wharf District Council President, Margulies Perruzzi Architects) and Jill Valdes Harwood (Boston Harbor Now) for this panel discussion.
Sign up to attend: https://www.architects.org/programs-and-events/placemaking-network-41