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20 14 Cathleen Consilio Urban Planning


CATHLEEN CONSILIO

P: 330.807.2650 E: consilch@mail.uc.edu

EDUCATION

WORK EXPERIENCE

2013 Fall Semester University of Amsterdam

Price Hill Will Intern Spring Semester 2014 Community Engagement Worked mostly on data entry for donors and contributions for the new data base.

2010 to Present University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati OH College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning Class of 2015 Site Planning, Land Use,Transportation, Hands on Studio Work Deans List in 2011-2013 SKILLS Technical GIS (Geographic Information System), Adobe Illustrator, Adobe InDesign,Adobe Photoshop, Google SketchUp, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, Microsoft Excell, Basic Knowledge of AutoCAD 2012 Non-Technical Strong people skills, team work oriented, organization skills, time management, leadership

Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens Intern June 2012- December 2012 Worked in the Horticultural Department. Projects included Replant Moscow and Woody Plants Brochures. Experience in nurseries, green houses, and landscape. Acme Fresh Market Part-time 2007-2010, Summer of 2011 Cashier Strong service skills and working with people. INTERESTS Helping communities reach their full potential through excellence in economic development and transportation planning.


CONTENT Spring 2014- Wasson Way Framework Summer 2013- Short Vine Program Coordination Spring 2012- AutoCad Fall 2011- Devou Park Winter 2011- Evanston Fall 2010- Hand Renderings


WASSON WAY:

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Hyde Park-Rookwood Opportunities & Constraints

Opportunities Rookwood Pavilion & Commons

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Key: Opportunities Vacant Lot Trail Entry Points

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Connectors Landmarks

Major Intersections Congestion Privacy Tight Width

Strong Residential Community Access to I-71

The Wasson Way is a proposed transit and bike trail that would start in Evanston and go out past Marrimont. My section of the proposed path is Hyde Park which includes Rookwood Commons and Pavilion, I-71, Withrow High School and Recreation Center, as well as Hyde Park Square. In this diagram we look at the opportunities and constraints of the future path including connection to Rookwood and the intersection of Madison and Edwards.

Constraints:

Existing Commercial Existing Green Space

General: Existing Institutional Half Mile Buffer Primary Roads Wasson Way Trail


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WASSON WAY:

Hyde Park-Rookwood Framework

Wheeling Bike Ramp Bike and Pedestrian Median Islands Rookwood Pavilion & Commons

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www.bicyclenetwork.com.au/general/bike-futures/91988

Salt Lake City Intermodal Hub

http://www.billpeduto.com/2012/09/21/chicagos-sweeping-new-pedestrian-safety-plan/

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Mixed Use, Steamboat Springs CO

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http://www.ascentconstruction.com/projects/transportation

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Proposed Transit Hub Proposed Trail Entrances Proposed Bike Trail Extensions

http://www.esapc.com/portfolio.php?category_id=3

Proposed Median Islands Half Mile Radius

Connectors

After organizing the opportunities and constraints of the Wasson Way proposed path, we then pulled out features for different projects that could emerge. One of the major projects include reconstruction of the intersection of Madison and Edwards creating a more pedestrian and bike friendly roadway. A second major project would be the designing of a TOD (transit oriented development) along the trial at existing commercial areas.


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Community Engagement Programming Location:

Key New Plaza

In the summer of 2013, groups of planners were teamed up fine art students and assigned to work on Short Vine St. which is located in Corryville and close proximity to the University of Cincinnati. For our project we decided to make the street an entertainment district along with a community engagement programming to bring more students to the neighborhood. Below is a list of proposed events that would be held throughout the year.

Green Space Street Event Space

Cycle-In Cinema By working with UC Cycling Club to create a bike generated movie for students and other community members. Held during warm months, could offer as a fundraiser

Concert Series Sping and summer concerts held in the plaza ranging from CCM jazz to other local bands. Concerts will be free or a small fee depending on perfor-

Theater Performances Theatre performances held by CCM groups during the summer for students and residents.

Yoga on the Green Weekly yoga classes during spring, summer, and fall seasons. Small cost, possible discount to students. Teachers may come from the rec.

Tail Gating Students coming together to tail gate before home football games. May have RallyCats or cheerleaders as a apart of event. Vendors (food, beer, gear), games (corn hole) and music.

Ramp Contest Annual ramp contest ran by Cincy SnowCats, the University’s ski and snowboard club.

Party on the Plaza Once a year, Pop-up Party on the Plaza. Featuring live music, food trucks, retail, and beer tasting, local breweries. Park(ing) Day Park(ing) Day is a national event where artist transform a parking space into public space for a day. This event would be placed in the meter spots along Short Vine. Create a contest between the different design schools and artists of Cincinnati. Small fee to enter.


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AUTOCAD PROJECT: Sketch Concept

AutoCAD in the spring 2012, we created a mixed-use development in downtown Cincinnati. We used AutoCAD, GIS, and GoogleEarth to create this sketch concept. The concept expresses ideas for the new development such as the community park.

Green space with walking path and fountain as a walkway from parking to building

Revamped parking with added streetscape.

Mixed-use development with a focus on entertainment and retail.

Mixed use development. Commercial on the bottom floor with apartments on the top floors.

Small Community park for tenets and costumers.

Commercial buildings along Elliot that will be accompanied by on street parking.


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AUTOCAD PROJECT: Site Plan & Elevation

After the concept was developed, I created a more structured site plan and site elevation. The site plan (on the right) shows the dimensions of the buildings, parking spaces, and the change of direction of the roads. The site plan was designed using AutoCAD along with Adobe Illustrator. The site elevation (below) shows an example of how the buildings would be designed with commercial on the first level and businesses and residential on the upper floors. This elevation was designed in AutoCAD and Adobe Photoshop.


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AUTOCAD PROJECT: 3-D Renderings

These 3-D renderings were created in AutoCAD. They show the height of the existing and the new building of the development. Besides the height of the buildings, the uses of the floors of buildings are shown. Commercial areas are located on the first level of the buildings with office space and residential units on the upper floors.

Render 1

Render 2

Residential Office Commercial

Existing


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GIS PROJECT: Violent Crime Rates of Over-The-Rhine and Surrounding Neighborhoods: A Comparison of 2006 and 2009.

Question: Has the violent crime in Over-The-Rhine decreased, increased, or dispersed into surrounding neighborhoods?

Violent Crimes in Over-The-Rhine & Surrounding Neighborhoods (2006) Violent Crimes in Over-The-Rhine & Surrounding Neighborhoods (2006)

Violent Crime in Over-The-Rhine & Surrounding Neighborhoods (2009)

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Problem: It is know that Over-The-Rhine is one of the most violent neighborhood in America, but in the past years there has been redevelopment of the area. I wanted to see if the violent crime has decreased because of the development or has spread into the surrounding neighborhoods as a result of displacement.

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Conclusion: The conclusion would be that the crime of Over-The-Rhine increase dramatically over that three year span along with the surrounding neighborhoods. This increase may be due to the Recession of the economy that started in 2008. It has been another three years, so we could reassess the neighborhoods to see if there was anymore change of violent crimes.

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Results: I expected that the crime would have somewhat decreased over the years but to this was not the case. The violent crime within the neighborhood of Over-The-Rhine more than doubled over the three year span. Not only did Over-The-Rhine’s violent crime increase but the surrounding neighborhoods also all increased.

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Cathleen Consilio: Winter 2011-2012

In the winter of 2011-2012, I did a small study on the violent crimes in Over-The-Rhine and surrounding neighborhoods in Cincinnati,OH. I received the data in an excel sheet and exported the crime data into GIS (Geographic Information Systems. Cincinnati has been working on decreasing the high crime rate and I questioned if the crime was decreasing, dispersing, or increasing. I mapped out the crimes in GIS and created the graphs within Microsoft Excel. This poster was created through Adobe Illustrator.


DEVOU PARK:

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Physical Analysis

Key

Key Heavy Vegetation Med. Vegetation Light Vegetation

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In the Autumn of 2011, our class was challenged to create neighborhood developments within the area of Devou Park in Covington, Kentucky. My Partner, Jimmy Rosen, and I first started to make a physical analysis of the park to gain a better understanding of the potential opportunities and challenges we would face in the future. To make these physical analysis maps we combined maps and topologogy from GIS, Geographic Information System, and then used Adobe Illustrator to show levels of vegetation, slope, and physical attributions such as water run off.

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DEVOU PARK:

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Sustainable Analysis Pros:

Pros:

Proximity to developments increase access to existing infrastructure.

Gentle Slope.

Cons:

Pros: Proximity to developments increase access to existing infrastructure.

Cons:

Water Runoff.

Valley and Lake.

Cons: Heavily used railroad tracks. Key

Pros: Opportunities Cons: Constraints Low Suitability

Pros: High elevation with good views.

Medium Suitability High Suitability Main Roads Sewers Water Main

Cons: Highly vegetated nature preserve.

Cons: Existing Golf Course.

Following the analysis of Devou’s physical attributions (slope, vegetation, and water run off) we created a suitability map. This suitability map depicts the most suitable areas to develop on, followed by less suitable, and low suitable. We also showed some constraints of the park, such as high vegetation and potentials of the park, such as the view of Cincinnati. To create this map we used the pen tool in Illustrator to outline the areas of suitability.


DEVOU PARK:

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Road Layout Proposal

Key no outline to (14pt) color box

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use this sample key for all maps and diagrams

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After completing the park suitability analysis and receiving our section of the park, indicated by map in top left corner, Jimmy and I started the design process. The highly dense vegetation and swales dictated where we could develop. When designing our neighborhood we wanted to focus on connectivity and green space.


DEVOU PARK:

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Proposed Neighborhood Design

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DEVOU PARK:

Proposed Neighborhood Design There were three main components to our design of the neighborhood. The first expressed in the segment above is the abundance of green space and walkability. There is a centralized park with walking paths that connect all the homes and mixed use commercial buildings. It was important to us that each building had direct access to green space. The second component show in the middle is the mixed use building. We wanted to make sure that the parking was in the rear of buildings that shield the pavement and cars from the community. Thirdly, last example, we wanted to show the housing and how it connects to the green space. I designed theses renderings by hand using colored pencils

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EVANSTON:

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GIS Analysis

Cincinnati Race Map

Hamilton County Race Map

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In the Winter of 2010-2011, we did revamp projects for different business districts within Cincinnati. My partner, Jimmy Rosen, and I had the neighborhood of Evanston. This was the first time we ever used GIS, so we did analysis of Hamilton County, Cincinnati, and our neighborhood Evanston. Above a some examples of the GIS work I did for the project.


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EVANSTON: Google SketchUp

As apart of the revamp project we used Google Sketchup to duplicate buildings within the business district. To the right shows my Google Sketchup version of an apartment building. Below is a picture of the actual apartment building.


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PRINCIPLES OF DESIGN: Hand Renderings

Hand Rendering using slope; pen and pencil.

Hand Rendering of section of Short Vine; pencil and pen.


THANK YOU!

Consilio 2014  

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