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Drew Kane, AICP

80 WE BSTE R AVE 1H

T: 1 (404) 931.0573

Urban Designer & Planner

SOM E RVI LLE, MA 02143

E: kaneharvest@gmail.com

A S S O C I AT I O N S

E D U C AT I O N

American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP)

Georgia Institute of Technology / Atlanta, GA 2002 – 2004 College of Architecture: Master of City and Regional Planning / Specialization: Urban Design Graduate Research Assistant / MCRP Planning Association President Teaching Assistant: Cortona, Italy

American Planning Association (APA) Massachusetts Planning Association (APAMA) Livable Streets Alliance

University of Georgia / Athens, GA Franklin College of Arts and Sciences: Bachelor of Arts in Art History Presidential Scholar / Hope Scholar / Study Abroad: Cortona, Italy

AWA R D S

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Malden River Greenway: 2018 Green Infrastructure Award, Congress for the New Urbanism - New England Chapter (Utile, Inc)

Utile, Inc. / Boston, MA Mar.13 – present Associate / Project Manager / Senior Urban Designer and Planner ++ Manage signature projects and research initiatives for the urban design and planning studio ++ Provide senior direction of urban design and planning staff ++ Author proposals, assemble project teams, and determine future geographic markets ++ Currently directing multi-disciplinary teams for projects in Boston, MA, Detroit, MI and Somerville, MA

Union Square Neighborhood Plan: 2016 Urbanism Award, Congress for the New Urbanism - New England Chapter (Utile, Inc) Union Square Neighborhood Plan: 2015 Comprehensive Planning Award, American Planning Association - Massachusetts Chapter (Utile, Inc.) The Green Line: 2009 Award of Excellence, Georgia Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects (the HOK Planning Group) King Abdullah University of Science and Technology: 2008 Charter Award, Congress for New Urbanism (the HOK Planning Group) ADVISORY COMMITTEES

Central Square Advisory Committee: Cambridge, Massachusetts Emerald Network: Livable Streets Alliance, Boston, Massachusetts

1996 – 2000

Chan Krieger Sieniewicz | NBBJ / Cambridge, MA Apr.10 – Mar.13 Associate / Urban Designer ++ Responsible for project coordination, client interaction, production oversight and staff management ++ Managed large scale infrastructure and urban redevelopment projects in New Haven, CT and Philadelphia, PA ++ Directed university campus planning projects from detailed facility planning to urban design master plans. ++ Authored, prepared and coordinated RFP/RFQs EDAW | AECOM / Atlanta, GA Jul.08 – Nov.09 Urban Designer ++ Instrumental in the development of citywide urban design, planning and transit projects in Atlanta, including the regeneration of a former rail line for parks, trails and future transit. ++ Created design guidelines and plan reports for MARTA, (Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority and assorted private clients ++ Authored design guidelines for Miami-Dade Comprehensive Plan update ++ Assisted in marketing and proposal writing for design and planning services HOK: the HOK Planning Group / Atlanta, GA Jan.07 – Jul.08 Urban Designer ++ Co-led design workshops for public, community based projects, as well as private client master plans ++ Primary contact for clients on day-to-day production and project development ++ Worked with city officials and public/private partnerships for urban infil development in Downtown Atlanta


Drew Kane, AICP

80 WE BSTE R AVE 1H

T: 1 (404) 931.0573

Urban Designer & Planner

SOM E RVI LLE, MA 02143

E: kaneharvest@gmail.com

P U B L I C AT I O N S & S P E A K I N G

“Wooster Square, New Haven: Preserving Neighborhood Character in the TOD Era”, SNEAPA Conference, Fall 2017 “Building on Local Identity”, Zube Lecture Series, University of Massachusetts, Amherst “Identity as Placemaking”, Mass Development TA Connects Workshop “Landscape of Contrast: The Integration of Environmental Design and Industrial Development”’ Boston Society of Architects Lecture Series “Immigrant Communities: Transforming the Strip”, Building Metropolitan Atlanta, Congress for the New Urbanism National Publication “Learning from Buford Highway Via Las Vegas”, Here Magazine, Vol. 2, 2006. “Basic Skills You Need for the Long Haul”, Georgia Planning Association DESIGN REVIEW CRITIC

Harvard Graduate School of Design

Cooper Carry, Inc. / New York, NY and Atlanta, GA May.04 – Jan.07 Urban Designer ++ Assisted in the design development of large scale master plans for greenfield, grayfield and brownfield projects ++ Created design guidelines and standards for both new towns and redevelopment plans ++ Design and rendering of plans by multiple mediums (hand and digital) ++ Responsible for the creation of graphic design and presentation material Georgia Museum of Art / Athens, GA Sept.01 – Aug.02 Curatorial Assistant ++ Reported immediately to the director of the museum and departmental curators ++ Conducted research on permanent collections and exhibitions ++ Contact for artists, galleries and institutions ++ Authored essays for exhibition catalogues TEACHING & RESEARCH:

Boston Architectural College / Boston, MA Jan.13 – Jul.14 Adjunct Faculty ++ Instructor for urban design studios focusing on corridor development and public space. Georgia Institute of Technology / Atlanta, Georgia Graduate Research Assistant ++ Assisted in land preservation research and programming.

Aug.02 – May.03

University of Georgia / Cortona, Italy Jun.01– Aug.01 | Jun.03 – Aug.03 Teaching and Program Assistant ++ Teaching assistant for undergraduate and graduate level art history courses Lectured on Italian art, architecture and urban space. SKILLS

Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) SketchUp, AutoCAD, GIS (ArcMap). Microsoft Office, professional and academic research, technical writing, public speaking and presentation.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Urban design, active transportation and mobility, history of urban form, development policy, and everyday urbanism

Northeastern University Boston Architectural College

LINKS

issuu.com/drewkane drewkane.com


Drew Kane, AICP

80 WE BSTE R AVE 1H

T: 1 (404) 931.0573

Urban Designer & Planner

SOM E RVI LLE, MA 02143

E: kaneharvest@gmail.com

R E L E VA N T P R O J E C T E X P E R I E N C E

Utile, Inc. ++ Eastern Market Framework Plan (current): Detroit, MI: Development and growth strategy for Detroit’s primary food production district and public market. ++ Brush Park Plan and Form-Based Code: Detroit, Michigan: A form-based zoning code for the Brush Park neighborhood based on building typologies and public realm standards. ++ Malden River Greenway: Boston, Massachusetts: Vision planning for a multi-use riverfront path on a former industrialized channel along the Mystic River. ++ Chelsea Municipal Harbor Plan (current): Chelsea, MA ++ Union Square Neighborhood Plan: Somerville, Massachusetts - A year-long community planning process that resulted in a consensus based plan, including new streetscapes and public space, and the redevelopment of a pre-existing industrial area. ++ Imagine Boston 2030: Waterfront Planning: Boston, Massachusetts ++ Boston Marine Industrial Park Master Plan: Boston, Massachusetts - A plan to maintain an industrial presence in the urban core while allowing for commercial development. ++ Hartford Downtown North/Downtown West: Hartford, Connecticut - A master plan for an underutilized portion of downtown, consisting of infill, new streetscapes, and open space. Chan Krieger Sieniewicz / NBBJ ++ Northeastern University Institutional Master Plan: Boston, Massachusetts ++ Lower Schuylkill Master Plan: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - An industrial redevelopment plan for ~4,000 acres of land southwest of Center City. The project consisted of new road networks, a waterfront open space systems, and a market analysis. ++ New Haven Route 34: New Haven, Connecticut - A large scale infrastructure project involving the removal of Route 34 in Downtown New Haven, and replacing it with surface streets and new air-rights development. ++ New Haven Route 34 Bicycle Network Plan: New Haven, Connecticut EDAW / AECOM ++ The BeltLine (Subarea 5 and 6): Atlanta, Georgia - The repurposing of an abandoned circumferential rail line around Downtown Atlanta into new trails, open space, and development. ++ The BeltLine Tier 1 EIS (Trail and Transit Alignment): Atlanta, Georgia ++ MARTA Transit Oriented Development Guidelines: Atlanta, Georgia - Design and development guidelines for all transit stations within the MARTA system. ++ Miami-Dade County Comprehensive Plan – Design Element: Miami-Dade County, Florida HOK: the HOK Planning Group ++ The Green Line: Atlanta, Georgia - Air rights planning and design in Downtown Atlanta over existing rail ROW for future mixed use development and open space. ++ Aj Joharah Master Plan: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia ++ Fort McPherson Land Use and Community Outreach Plan: Atlanta, Georgia Cooper Carry, Inc. ++ Jekyll Island Redevelopment Plan and Design Guidelines: Jekyll Island, Georgia ++ Heritage Fields TOD Master Planning and Design Standards: Irvine, California - A TOD master plan adjacent to the Orange County Great Park ++ Turner Field District Redevelopment: Atlanta, Georgia ++ Willets Point Redevelopment Master Plan: Flushing, New York

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