You can watch our Rocky Mountain Green Virtual Presentation, May 1, 1:15 pm
“Build Great Places Through Regenerative and Resilient Community Design”, from the comfort of your home.
Here’s the link to register-
Building a regenerative and resilient community is different than “Branding” a community. Community is not a billboard entry feature, a catchy advertising campaign or a colorful web site. It’s about people-assembling, interacting and moving-creating places for communities to thrive and grow.
Integrating techniques like total hydrology planning and ecosystem design into the community master planning, site development, park and open space design will create a more resilient physical community infrastructure.
Diversity in land use, housing types and values in a mixed-use setting will contributes to cultural diversity, a balance of jobs and housing, creating resilient, regenerative communities, and economic stability.
Designing for “complete streets “with a focus on the movement of people, not cars, is needed for transportation resiliency. Integrating multi-modal transportation options into community design creates more access to transit and greater system redundancy.
We will look at compelling community design solutions that are:
- Contextual: the design should be reflective of the character of the site and its surroundings
- Temporal: create quality regenerative solutions that will evolve and stand the test of time
- Regenerative and Resilient: responsive to changes in the environment and patterns of use.