Integrating Green Infrastructure into Pittsburgh’s Urban Fabric

APA Pennsylvania Chapter

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Friday, July 13, 2018
1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. EDT

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Overview

Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority recently completed a comprehensive Sewershed Urban Design Study to integrate high performing green infrastructure into the city’s urban design and planning efforts. The sewershed plans identify key elements in creating networked GI systems and demonstrates how these infrastructure improvements leverage additional neighborhood benefits. The presentation focuses on how networked or shed-based systems for rainwater management marry engineering, data-driven decision-making tools to create landscapes, urban places, and projects in a replicable way.

Resource URL

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/445872147360634114

Speakers

Christine Mondor

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Megan Zeigler, MLA

As a Green Infrastructure Technical Associate Project Manager for the Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority, Megan is responsible for establishing design standards and protocols for how to construct, operate and maintain new green stormwater facilities within the City of Pittsburgh. As the Authority’s GIS Program is being developed, a ... Read More

Contact Info

Christine Dersi, info@ohioplanning.org