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Derek Dauphin More materials: www.DerekDauphin.com Navigation: Click on items or turn to page numbers listed for more details

Contact Information 1300 SW Park Avenue, Apt. 813 Portland, OR 97201 Email: dsdauphin@gmail.com Phone: 503-860-7123

Skills • Writing: Case studies, plans, reports, and grants • Project management including staff coordination • Quantitative, qualitative, and GIS data analysis

Education

• Master of Urban and Regional Planning, Portland State University – June 2013 • Bachelor of Science cum laude, Psychology (Honors), University of Washington – March 2006 • Bachelor of Science cum laude, Evolutionary Biology, University of Washington – March 2006

Software • Adobe InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash 2-3, 6-8, 11-16 • SketchUp and Podium 15 • Esri ArcGIS Suite 10x 4, 14

• Real estate market analysis and proforma creation • Urban design and site planning • Web development, print design, and social media campaigning • Production of hand drawn and photomorph visualizations • Presenting and public speaking

Honors, Awards, & Grants • Kawase Scholar (2012)

• Institute for Sustainable Solutions Leadership Award (2012) • Institute for Sustainable Solutions Program Grant (2013)

• Envision Tomorrow 4

• Solutions Generator Grants (2012 and 2013)

• Web and social media 3 , 5, 13

• USA-Scotland Scholarship (2008)

• Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project 4

• Phi Beta Kappa (2006)

• SPSS 6, 12

• Mary Gates Research Training Grant (2004 and 2005)

Work Experience Design Lead, Jan 2013 - Present 2-3 Mill Street Community Planning Portland, OR Urban Planner, Dec 2012 - Present 4 Fregonese Associates Portland, OR Graduate Research Assistant, Sept 2012 - Jun 2013 5 PSU-China Innovations in Urbanization Portland State University, Portland, OR Planning Intern, Jul - Sept 2012 6-7 China Academy of Urban Planning & Design Chongqing, China Research Intern, Dec 2011 - Jul 2012 8 Cogan Owens Cogan LLC Portland, OR Project Manager & Sustainability Advisor, Nov 2010 - Jul 2011 9 University Campus Suffolk Ipswich, UK Project Manager, May 2008 - Sept 2010 10 University of Edinburgh Edinburgh, UK

Projects & Other Activities Oregon Climate Conversation 11 Oregon Environmental Council

N. Williams Site Development 14-15 Portland State University

Transport PSU 12 Portland State University

Green Investment Fund 16 Bureau of Planning & Sustainability

The Greenest Places 13 Portland State University

Membership Committee Member Willamette Pedestrian Coalition “Musée du quai Branly, Paris” by Derek Dauphin


Resume and Portfolio ▪ Summer 2013

Derek Dauphin ▪ Urban Planning and Design

Design Lead - Mill Street Planning

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The Project

Learn more: www.millstreetplanning.com Plan, Report, and Toolkit Products ALLEY

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“Alley Allies” is a Portland State University Master of Urban and Regional Planning capstone project in partnership with the Foster Green EcoDistrict and local neighborhood associations to reimagine alleys in the neighborhoods along Portland’s Foster Road corridor: Foster-Powell, Mt. Scott-Arleta, and Lents.

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Alleys are seen by many as a liability, but they can be a huge asset to the community if used to provide amenities such as shared gardening or urban agriculture space, safe walking and cycling paths, dogwalking, linear parks, outdoor seating for cafes/restaurants, or hosting neighborhood events like block parties.

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Process Diagram I led a team in the creation of concept plans as well as the project’s products. I designed the final products as magazines to make them easy-to-read, enjoyable, and exciting for residents and non-profits. Some of the elements I was directly responsible for include:

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Research Best Practices, Regulations, & Guidelines Conduct Inventory Select Alleys for Pilot Visions Community Engagement: Info & Assessment Community Engagement: Events Coffee Klatches

• Logo design and branding

Workshop Event Vetting

• Photography and photovisualizations (photomorphs)

Info Analysis & Pilot Alley Vision Creation Analyze Community Input

• Site plans and visualizations for design charrette

Create Pilot Alley Visions, Consult Technical Advisors

Final Products

• Plan layout and interactive PDF toolkit production

Inventory

• Wordpress site creation and Twitter campaign

Guide Pilot Visions Final Presentation

Our team conducted a 6-month public outreach program including a community design charrette. We developed the implementation strategy with neighborhood associations, non-profits, and City agencies, that I continue to be involved with as a consultant. Return to Resume Page

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March 13th Final Workplan Submitted

March 17th Initial Public Outreach Complete

March 29th April 5th First Round of Second Round of Klatches Klatches


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Derek Dauphin â&#x2013;Ş Urban Planning and Design

Design Lead - Mill Street Planning

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Alley Concept Photomorph Based on Community Input

Multi-Lingual Wordpress Site

Site Diagrams and Illustrations

Community Design Charrette Winding path Lighting Wayfinding sign Potential ADU Raingarden Homes/buildings Seating

Hand drawn style maps were used for the Community Workshop event to indicate to residents they were viewing draft plans and their input would shape the final product.

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Urban Planner - Fregonese Associates The Firm

Example Scenario Planning Map and Prototype

Fregonese Associates is a nationally renowned planning firm based in Portland, Oregon. The firm has made a name for itself at both the regional and local scale. Fregoneseâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unique regional scenario planning approach uses extensive community involvement to shape long-range plans. The firm has also won awards for small scale transit oriented development and sustainability planning projects. At Fregonese, Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve worked independently and with teams on local and regional projects throughout the country. My involvement in selected projects is described below. â&#x20AC;˘ Austin, Texas: Wrote summary for planning project to better coordinate the development of Austinâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s fast growing South Shore Central sub-district.

Scenario Planning Report: Austin South Shore Central Scenario Planning Report

Scenario Planning Report

â&#x20AC;˘ Kansas City, Missouri: Market analysis, prototype development, and photosimulations for downtown revitalization. Included research on adaptive reuse and feasibility for specific sites.

Austin South Shore Central

Austin South Shore Central

Appendix: Full Scenario Indicator Data *OEJDBUPS Total population

This scenario reflects the current development regulations that govern development in the South Shore area. Existing regulations examined by the model include: base zoning, waterfront overlay, PUDs (individual parcels), square footage maximums, height limits, impervious cover limits, FAR limits, and setback requirements.

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Appendix: Full Scenario Indicator Data

Read the report: http://www.austintexas.gov/waterfront

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â&#x20AC;˘ City of Beaverton, Oregon: Involved in site planning and urban design for development sites. Worked with team on public outreach including workshops and social media.

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Scenario Planning Report

Envision Tomorrow Plus was used to create three scenarios: a base scenario using existing zoning and standards, a scenario based on input from the American Institute of Architectâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Sustainable Design Assessment Team (SDAT) charette, and a scenario constructed by University of Texas/School of Architecture/Texas Futures Lab.

Scenario 1: Base Zoning Build Out

â&#x20AC;˘ Cook County Forest Preserves, Illinois: Wrote sections of the final plan that discussed demographic changes and accessibility requirements including necessary policies for the Forest Preserves in the century ahead.

â&#x20AC;˘ Metro Southwest Corridor, Oregon: Site planning and prototype/proforma creation for three development sites.

Austin South Shore Central

Three Scenarios for South Shore Central

Population and Housing

â&#x20AC;˘ Central Valley, California: Scenario planning for the 11-county region including incorporating public outreach data and policies from local planning departments.


Derek Dauphin ▪ Urban Planning and Design

Resume and Portfolio ▪ Summer 2013

Graduate Research Assistant - PSU-China Innovations in Urbanization Program The Program

Portland Planners in China Panel Event

The PSU-China Innovations in Urbanization program facilitates research between Portland State University planning faculty and students and Chinese institutions. The program creates opportunities for student and faculty exchanges between the two countries including a year-long residency program for senior Chinese planners to visit Portland, and summer internships for PSU planning graduate students to work alongside Chinese planners at institutions throughout the country. I was selected for this role after taking the initiative to establish contacts between PSU and Chongqing University during my internship in that Chinese city. My successes in this role are described below. • Coordination of the Chinese planner residency program and the 2013 summer internship program.

Program Website Showing the Summer Internship Program

• Organized a weekly public seminar series with speakers from across the country, the UK, and China. My outreach and marketing efforts resulted in regular attendance by 20-40 professionals from the Portland area. • Organized a discussion forum for university faculty and students to engage with visiting Chinese planners. • Wrote winning proposal for a $6,000 Institute for Sustainable Solutions grant to support the internship program. • Established new research opportunities in China and linkages with US- and China-based organizations. • Organized panels of Portland planners that had worked in China to present on their experiences. • Rebuilt and maintained Drupal-based website.

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Resume and Portfolio ▪ Summer 2013

Planning Intern - China Academy of Urban Planning & Design (CAUPD) The Program

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“Two Shores, Three Corridors” Development Strategy

Each year, the PSU-China Innovations in Urbanization program selects six graduate students for internships at planning institutes throughout China. Students work with expert Chinese planners on large-scale projects in the world’s largest and fastest developing cities including Beijing, Shenzhen, and Chongqing.

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Lianglukou

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I was placed with China’s CAUPD planning institute in Chongqing, China’s fastest growing city. During my internship I worked on two projects described below, and developed workshops to train Chinese planners in traditional Western planning techniques including public participation, qualitative research, and an overview of some of the applications of GIS analysis. • Yuzhong 2020 Strategic Plan: I worked with a senior planner to establish planning projects that will guide development in Chongqing’s historic central district, Yuzhong. I identified projects for the District Planning Bureau in six categories including sustainability goals, tourism projects, and economic development strategies. Products included spatial economic analyses, case studies, recommendations for future programs, and urban design for the district’s shore areas and central corridor.

This map shows my strategy for linking Yuzhong District’s business and research centers with new riverfront transit and pedestrian corridors (yellow and blue) as well as a reorganization of the district’s east-west corridor (red) linked to a tourism campaign.

Conducting the Pilot Quality of Life Study

• Quality of Life Study: CAUPD is working with UBC and UCLA professor John Friedman to conduct the nation’s first large-scale quality of life study in the five largest cities. Working with CAUPD staff, I developed the first pilot study and research tool, and conducted field research in one of the city’s densest neighborhoods.

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Derek Dauphin ▪ Urban Planning and Design

Planning Intern - China Academy of Urban Planning & Design (CAUPD) Analysis of Yuzhong District’s Topography

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Research Intern - Cogan Owens Cogan The Project

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Cogan Owens Cogan (COC) was founded in the 1970s by Arnold Cogan, one of the author’s of Oregon’s unique Land Use System. Since that time the group has worked on many of the state’s largest and most influential projects, often providing project management and public participation leadership for larger teams. During my time at COC, I was involved with outreach for a number of projects including the Oregon Sustainable Transportation Initiative and the Oregon Global Warming Commission. I also led my own research project focusing on the potential for aligning state, metro, and city sustainability policies to promote economic development while reducing carbon emissions. My activities related to this project are described below. • Conducted interviews with leaders of agencies, organizations and non-profits in sustainability, renewable energy, workforce development, and economic development. • Researched existing policies, strategies, and planning documents with goals related to sustainability, carbon emission reductions, and economic development. • Organized and facilitated a discussion forum with interviewees as well as additional leaders and stakeholders.

I created this diagram to simplify the complex web of organizations involved in carbon reduction and economic development efforts in Oregon. The yellow triangular shape represents the need for a linking organization or initiative to connect the private, public, and non-profit/academic actors with the opportunities resulting from energy, land use, and transportation policies at the Portland, Metro, and Oregon levels of government.

• Wrote a report that pulled together the results of this research as well as recommendations for organizing government efforts that support both economic development and sustainability objectives.

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Project Manager & Sustainability Advisor - University Campus Suffolk The University

The James Hehir Biotechnology Building

University Campus Suffolk is a new university outside London created as a venture of two well regarded British universities. With leadership from some of the UK’s best universities, and an ideal location near London, Cambridge, and the UK’s largest concentration wind energy companies, UCS has undergone rapid development, particularly in the areas of biotechnology and renewable energy. At UCS I served as both the Project Manager of a large £2 million research program and as the university’s Sustainability Advisor. Both roles are outlined below. Project Manager • Hired, trained, and managed a team of nine post-doctoral and technical research staff. • Managed the grant’s funds and liaised with the project’s corporate funding partners and other stakeholders. • Established strategic partnerships with research units at other universities and companies. • Wrote grant updates and project reports, including academic journal articles.

Sustainability Advisor • Co-authored university-wide carbon management plan. • Developed proposal for program that linked university faculty, students, and low carbon technology firms. • Represented university in collaboration with UK offshore wind energy provider ScottishPower.

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I established my research program in the James Hehir building, designed specifically to house UCS’s new programs in biotechnology and community. The building itself achieved BREEAM Outstanding, equivalent to LEED Platinum status, and was part of the university’s campus-wide carbon management strategy I co-authored. Photo credit: Cátia Marques

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Project Manager - University of Edinburgh The University

The Edinburgh New Royal Infirmary and Anne Rowling Clinic

The University of Edinburgh is one of the world’s oldest and most well regarded universities. Today, the university is home to many of the UK’s top programs, numerous national research institutes and centers with large endowments from private sector, UK, and EU organizations. Top programs include renewable energy, information technology, and medical research. I spent almost four years working at the University of Edinburgh, both as a researcher and a project manager. My achievements as a project manager are described below. In my last 6 months at the University of Edinburgh, I was offered a scholarship and graduate school placements with the Engineering School before leaving to take a position as Sustainability Advisor and Project Manager at University Campus Suffolk. • Hired and supervised a team of 14 staff. • Wrote workplan for £3.5 million program and produced quarterly reports. • Analyzed complex datasets and produced presentations for public consumption.

The combined medical facilities in the area called “Little France” shown above presents one of the largest concentrations of healthcare professionals in the UK, including training programs in public health. I worked at this site for three years and was involved in the training of medical students in addition to my main duties described to the left. Photo credit: Keppie Architects

• Managed expectations and interactions with Scottish National government and UK non-profit funding bodies. • Achieved all milestones and met all deadlines. • Developed intellectual property in coordination with the University’s Business Development team. • Wrote successful grant for an additional £2 million from private investors.

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Oregon Climate Conversation - Oregon Environmental Council The Project

Example Diagram from the Background Report Climate Conversations - Emission & Reduction Goals

The Oregon Climate Conversation will be a unique meeting of minds from the private and non-profit sectors to develop action items for reducing Oregon’s carbon emissions. A series of meetings are planned to follow up on goals outlined in the first. The overarching goal of the Climate Conversation series is the adoption of a carbon tax to provide a market signal that leads to reduced emissions as well as a source of funding for large-scale carbon reduction strategies. Linking Oregon’s achievements with those of neighboring states (and provinces) can result in large-scale change.

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I was brought on for this project based on my prior experience studying Portland, Metro, and State strategies that link economic development and carbon reduction goals and strategies. Building on this understanding, I formed a small group of graduate students and served as project manager to produce a background report for the Conversation events. The goal of this document is to provide the context for action that links historic achievements in Oregon with current policies and increasing public support.

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I designed this diagram to cleanly convey the connection between carbon emissions and reduction targets at all levels of government and in the context of west coast states’ and British Columbia’s emissions.

My team will be involved with the event, including a report of the action items and next steps for implementing organizations and partners.

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Transport PSU The Project

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“Transport PSU” was an Institute for Sustainable Solutions funded project that sought to establish a dedicated funding mechanism for Portland State University’s student transit pass. As part of the project, we investigated expanding the pass’s benefits to other non-auto transportation options such as improvements for cyclists and pedestrians.

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The Greenest Places - Havana, Cuba

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Learn more: www.thegreenestplaces.com

The Opportunity Through a graduate study abroad course, a group of planning masters students was granted visas to travel to Havana, Cuba and learn about the city’s sustainable urban redevelopment and historic preservation programs directly from the practitioners. City’s leaders presented to our group, gave tours and interviews. Independent study prior to the trip and during our time in Cuba allowed us to increase the depth of our analysis. Our project involved four graduate planning students, one film student, and a Spanish-speaking undergraduate. Instead of writing a report on historic preservation as a means of sustainable development, we filmed all presentations, tours, and interviews. We used these materials to develop a multi-media experience that covers many of Havana’s innovations and successes as well as lingering social problems that need to be addressed. The project was funded by the Institute for Sustainable Solutions. Overall, the project allowed me to develop my skills in visual storytelling. I designed the online site using SquareSpace to serve as an interactive and graphicsbased approach to conveying large amounts of research from our visit in Havana. The site’s narrative is non-linear, with visitors having the choice of moving through pages by image gallery or by table of contents.

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North Williams Site Development - Site Planning Course

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Green Investment Fund - Bureau of Planning & Sustainability The Program The Green Investment Fund (GIF) was a green building grants program that provided approximately $500,000 each year between 2005 and 2009, funding 36 residential and commercial projects. Funding was used to improve the sustainability performance of both smalland large-scale developments, from green walls for individual residential homes to solar and wind energy production facilities for high-rise towers.

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If a high-rise building topped by wind turbines on 40-foot masts, ecoroofs and rainwater storage tanks sounds like something from a science-fiction movie, think again. 12W, a new mixed-use tower, aspired to greener heights through a comprehensive approach to stormwater management, high-efficiency systems and use of recycled and reclaimed materials. Several of the tenants, including a prominent architectural firm, collected data on the building’s performance to help inform future projects. With its holistic approach to urban livability, occupant health and community-focused design, 12W is bringing the future a lot closer to the present.

Patrons of Portland’s historic downtown library are able to check out more than books. As part of a major roof renovation, Multnomah County covered approximately 7,400 square foot with a modular ecoroof system. Thousands of visitors each day can now witness how ecoroofs manage stormwater, attract wildlife and reduce energy use.

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The Green Building Team oversaw the GIF program and all correspondence on the grants. At the end of the program, they had a huge amount of materials they believed would be useful to others undertaking green building projects, but were unsure how best to present them. I worked with Bureau staff to develop a set of guides, one for each project. The product I designed is an interactive PDF that draws together all documentation for the projects. These details, often including costing and architectural or engineering schematics, were published as a resource for the green building industry. Assessment reports are also included and show the energy performance and/or water savings that resulted from the improvements.

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View the reports at: http://www.portlandoregon.gov/bps/42134

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