APA Connecticut Chapter


Wednesday, October 24, 2018
10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. EDT

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The panel will discuss their efforts with the planning, design and strategic implementation of the “New Long Wharf”, a series of interrelated strategies to advance the responsible growth of this important business district. The goal is to support the social and economic development of the Long Wharf District through strategic focus on coastal resiliency, progressive economic strategies and community engagement -with assistance from Long Wharf’s thriving business community and residents of the Hill neighborhood.  This project is part of a larger grant from the State of Connecticut’s OPM to improve the Long Wharf District. Work already completed in the district via the grant include the state’s first cycle track and improvements to Long Wharf Drive’s 30-truck “Food Truck Paradise” area. 



Eric C.Y. Fang

Mr. Fang is AIA, AICP, LEED AP and a Principal at Perkins Eastman and co-leader of the firm’s Planning and Urban design, and Transportation and Infrastructure practices. He has led major urban design and planning projects throughout the world, including Arverne by the Sea, a widely-cited model for TOD ... Read More

Hande McCaw

A Senior Coastal and Oceanographic Engineer with GZA GeoEnvironmental, Inc. Ms. McCaw provides beach and shoreline transformation and restoration, storm surge/wave/sediment transport numerical modeling expertise as well as technical modeling support, staff training and project management for GZA’s coastal hydraulics and extreme flooding practice. Ms. McCaw has ... Read More

Contact Info

Jeanne Davies, ctriverplanner@gmail.com