September 23, 2014
If you are still interested in getting your professional headshot at the event tonight there are several slots still available for signup at the event on a first-come basis.
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September 23, 2014 144 West Colfax Ave.
Online ticket sales are closed. Tickets will be available at the door.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing everyone tonight!
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Schedule for the event:
|Trade Show / Networking Hour||5:00 – 6:30 pm|
|Presentation Introductions||6:30 – 6:45 pm|
|Mary Margaret Jones Presentation||6:45 – 8:00 pm|
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The Emerging Professionals Coalition of AIA Colorado has organized an multi-disciplinary event to get as many people from all fields, disciplines, industries, etc. of design in one spot to network and meet new people; for the future leaders of tomorrow to meet and build relationships today!
Women in Design is looking forward to welcoming Landscape Architect, Mary Margaret Jones, President of Hargreaves Associates. as the 2014 Keystone Speaker this fall. In weeks prior to the event, WID will post a few blogs about her career and some examples of her impressive resume. This is the second blog in the series.
Penn’s Landing, Philadelphia, PA
Hargreaves Associates and its team worked with the DRWC planning committee, stakeholder agencies and neighborhood groups over a nine month period to develop a conceptual framework for the redevelopment of Penn’s Landing with an emphasis on an integrated approach to the overall public realm and development strategy, transportation systems, structural deck systems and concept for a world class 21st century urban park that will catalyze the creation of vibrant waterfront neighborhoods at Marina Basin and the Market Street site. Our work included the exploration of a wide range of program ideas and test fits to determine the appropriate mix and scale of amenities throughout the new Penn’s Landing District. The project will reconnect Center City to the Delaware River via a new 12 acre I-95 highway cap, and includes a total 34.15 acres of waterfront open space within a new 45 acre neighborhood.
Below are a few renderings of the proposed site.