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LETTER OF INTEREST EXECUTIVE SUMMARY TEAM ORGANIZATION AND CAPACITY Organizational Structure Roles and Responsibilities Confirmation of Availability List of Recently Completed Projects On Time/ On Budget SPECIALIZED EXPERTISE OF TEAM Key Firm Profiles and Keys Staff Bios DBE Goals (see Attachments @ End) PROJECT EXPERIENCE Relevant Project Experience, including waterfront permitting and high quality design products and visuals PROJECT APPROACH Approach to the Scope of Work Detailed Schedules REFERENCES ATTACHMENTS


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September 10, 2009 Re: RFQ- New Riverfront Park plan Members of the selection committee. On behalf of our team we thank you for the opportunity to express our interest in the opportunity to continuing working with the greater Nashville community in the next big step in realizing a new riverfront destination for Nashville and the surrounding region. Hargreaves Associates is no stranger to Nashville and its ambitions and we wish to continue where we left off. Hargreaves Associates and our team have successfully completed numerous large scale and complex waterfront projects throughout the region and nation, ranging from $20 million to well over $125 million. Our experience for some of the most iconic riverfront public spaces in the US are those that have incorporated strong and successful design visions with the long-term character and identity that transcend functional, short-range problem solving and programming. Many of our riverfront projects have become iconic, character-defining spaces within their respective cities, even becoming major catalysts to redevelopment and revitalization. We believe our team has the unique set of experience, qualifications and vision to chart such a course for Nashville. It is with these thoughts in mind, along with the following portfolio of qualifications, that Hargreaves Associates is pleased to express our sincere interest in the Nashville Riverfront Park plan. As requested, we agree to and hereby accept the terms and conditions of the Request for Qualifications and the MDHA-issued Addendum. We look forward to hearing from you and if there is anything else we can do, please let us know. Regards,

Gavin McMillan PRINCIPAL gmcmillan@hargreaves.com HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES 118 MAGAZINE STREET CAMBRIDGE, MA 02139 617 661 0070 T


An Understanding of Place and Process

The Tennessee and the Ohio; the Potomac and the North Canadian; the Detroit, the Willamette and the Mississippi; like the Cumberland as it flows through downtown Nashville, all are iconic rivers with characteristics as unique as the communities that rest upon their banks. All are also rivers that Hargreaves Associates have come to know through our work on public riverfronts in over two dozen different communities in the US and abroad. Through our initial planning and design work, we understand that Nashville faces many of the same questions and challenges each of these communities faced when contemplating public reinvestment in the riverfront. Challenges and questions such as: how to envision a park that successfully “connects” the community to a river many have forgotten or simply cannot access; how to turn potential obstacles of riverplain-based park activities and construction into an opportunity, how to engage the unique, local historical and cultural identity of place in manner that is meaningful to both lifelong residents and new visitors; how to generate value to achieve not only public open space, but to do so in a manner that becomes a catalyst for economic investment, how to unite broad interests and stakeholder platforms into implementing the singular vision, and how to do all the of this in a manner that works with ecological systems and regional character to create an environmentally sustainable park for generations who follow. In short, we understand that the Nashville riverfront is not a simple “open space” development that only exists on paper; rather, it is a complex space that requires these challenges to be addressed through leadership, experience, design and creativity.

The Right Balance

The project team is a remarkable ensemble of international expertise and local knowledge and experience. Hargreaves Associates will lead a riverfront team with the proper qualifications in critical areas of landscape architecture, civil/transportation/waterfront engineering, and architecture, sustainable systems and related fields. With our extensive national and international portfolio, we recognize the importance of local knowledge in seeing a project through to completion. We’re proud of the fact that over 75% of our project team is comprised of Tennessee consultants. In the process of assembling the right team, we first looked to those offices that have a reputation for being collaborative, strive for client satisfaction and principal-level involvement, and have an openminded, diverse practice with a culture of innovation, experimentation and progressive thinking. What we found are project partners in some of the best local design and engineering practices; offices that know how to do great work and win an award or two, but are really proud of their work right here in Nashville. In the final analysis of the project team, it was a pleasant surprise to learn


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that nearly 50% of the anticipated project scope will be performed by DBE-qualified firms. Not only has the team provided an inspiring and creative Master Plan but the skills and experience BSF in place to design, engineer, permit and construct the project in a timely manner. The project team has that “right balance” of creative vision and pragmatic and practical expertise.

For the Riverfront to be a Knockout … Nashville needs to deliver a One-Two Punch!

Once completed, we know that Nashville’s New Riverfront Park could be truly outstanding with all the benefits of greener infrastructure, more sustainable resources, healthier citizens, happier children, stronger communities, satisfied users, smarter growth and economic development. It could be a riverfront destination that Nashville can be finally proud of. What stands in the way is a very challenging site that has proven resistant to change - as decades of shelved plans can attest to. To break this resistance, Nashville needs to deliver a strong and effective combination of both design intent and implementation – a “One-Two Punch”. As most of the field investigation work is yet to be done, it is not simply a matter of implementing the master plan. As the discovery of less obvious site information – geology, archeology, history, endangered & threatened species, remediation, flood modeling, traffic etc – is developed, it will be necessary for the design to respond, develop and change. That is how designed places become unique while also overcoming constraints. This is how to build upon the investment to date...with fresh eyes. However, for the design to change without compromising the design intent or breaching stakeholder & community trust or slowing the project down, Nashville needs a Consultant Team that already understands the site, knows what the design intent is and already has goodwill established with the stakeholders and community. This project team really understands the local community, and the things that are important here. We are not “starting over” with the community; rather, we are building on the ideas and strategies that were laid out in the Master Plan and need to be followed. There is no danger of “reinventing the wheel” with this team; and there should be a seamless transition from the Master Plan to Schematic Design to Construction Documents to Ribbon-cutting! During 2005, Metro Parks & Recreation, the US Army Corp of Engineers and our Consultant Team delivered the first punch to all the reasons not to do anything on the river. These efforts exceeded all expectations. We stand on the threshold of the next phase of work and ask Nashville to continue with our Team as their partner and deliver the second punch to create a riverfront that is a “Knockout”.


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team combines international experience with local knowledge and community understanding. Hargreaves Associates will lead a project team with the proper qualiďŹ cations in critical areas of landscape architecture, civil/transportation/waterfront engineering, and architecture, sustainable systems and related ďŹ elds. The project team’s skills span the spectrum from design to regulatory permitting to sustainable design and construction.

We have assembled a core team of expertise to work along-side the MDHA project leadership that is speciďŹ c to the unique needs of the Nashville Riverfront. In doing so we strive for the following;

Balance – of leadership with expertise, Personable – senior people are hands-on, Diversity – in gender, ethnicity, age and viewpoint Multidisciplinary but independent – with collaboration at the core to avoid “group think� and “one-mind dominance� See the big picture, yet understand the details – to ensure we bring the plan to life, yet pragmatic with the know how to get it built


Hargreaves Associates is leading the team because we first started out exclusively planning and designing special parks downtown - particularly cities with waterfronts. Over 25 years these public spaces and infrastructure investments have proven themselves as catalysts to surrounding development and we have since focused on successfully leveraging the built environment of public infrastructure and private development to work hand in hand. The features and benefits of the team created for the Nashville Riverfront are; It is lead by Hargreaves Associates - the most innovative firm experienced in waterfronts not only nationally but also in Tennessee – so the probability of a very successful outcome for the residents and visitors of Nashville is great, It reflects a balance between national and local expertise – so the outcome can be truly local and also nationally significant, It continues with the same core group of firms and people who developed the Riverfront Concept Plan – so the goodwill with the public and the good relationships established with regulators will continued without interruption, It ensures that all the field group firms and support group firms have worked with the core group firms on other projects – so there is no learning curve It promotes independent expertise from many firms of people who are managed collectively – so the people who are good at what they do are vested in the project regardless of their corporate affiliations and who are unlikely to be constrained by “group think”, It includes a majority of firms who are located in Tennessee, with over 75% of the team located locally, right here in Nashville-Davidson County.

Nearly 50% of the anticipated project scope will be performed by MDHA certified DBE-qualified firms. It is team with active participants in the greater Nashville design and civic communities


TEAM ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Led by Hargreaves Associates, the consultant team is made up of 19 firms organized into 3 groups with key responsibilities:

The Core Group – will be the responsible for client/stakeholder interface, design direction, and permitting. The majority of the firms and the personnel are the same who lead the preceding Riverfront Concept Plan process, Hargreaves Associates EOA Architects Hawkins Partners Kennedy Coulter Rushing Watson Moffatt and Nichol Barge Cauthen and Associates

Lead Design/Project Management Architecture Landscape Architecture Public Participation Marine Engineering, FEMA Modeling Civil & Stormwater Eng./ Permitting

The Field Group –will be responsible for undertaking the various surveys and site investigations necessary for design, permitting and estimating costs, New South Associates TTL, Inc Thornton and Associates CEC, Inc.

Cultural and Historic Resource Survey Geotechnical Engineering Topographic Survey Ecological and Aquatic Resource Survey Bathymetric and Sidescan Sonor Survey

The Support Group –will be responsible for testing the design direction and adding their specialized expertise that is embedded within the Concept Plan projects. Hodgson and Douglas LAM Partners CEC, Inc. Commercial Aquatic Engineers ETM Associates EMC Structural Engineers Power Management Corporation RPM Transportation Consultants Wilmot Associates Blue Tractor Design Group

Landscape Architecture Lighting Design Remediation Eng. & TDEC Permitting Sustainable Water Features Park Programming/ Operations & Mntce. Structural Engineering MEP Engineering Multimodal Transportation and Parking Sustainable Practices and Green Building Interactive Media, Mobile Technology, & Graphic Design


SCHEDULE OF CURRENT AND PAST PROJECTS The vast majority of Hargreaves Associates work focuses upon work in the public realm on projects that are, either in whole or in part, similar in scale, complexity, time sensitivity and civic program to that of the Nashville Riverfront. The following is a list of similar scope and magnitude The list documents recent significant works of the Hargreaves Associates portfolio of the past 5 years, along with other signature, “time-tested” projects form our portfolio.

ON TIME, ON BUDGET Hargreaves Associates takes great pride in our “on-schedule, on-budget record”. We have an excellent record of meeting project schedules, including intensive schedules developed for fast-track projects where there is no compromise in the schedule. These projects include some of the most visible, time-sensitive projects in the world, including the 2000 Sydney Olympics and the 2012 London Olympics. We believe that it is critical to develop realistic schedules that take into account adequate review periods, meetings and presentations, and other tasks that require advance planning and notice. It is also important to build into the schedule a degree of flexibility in the timing of deliverables, allowing buy-in from the appropriate parties. We have implemented and embrace project management tools and systems that ensure the highest quality process and product, and ensure on-time, on-budget practices. Throughout the project, Hargreaves Associates will maintain a high degree of coordination and communication amongst our team members and between our team and MDHA. This ongoing assessment of project status and progress is the best way to ensure that the project will stay on schedule and critical deadlines will be met. We use weekly in-house project status review meetings to further ensure that the all projects stay on schedule and meet or exceed our internal production quality standards.

Urban Design, Public Parks & Plazas Adamstown Parks Competition, Dublin, Ireland Al Faisaliah Development Project Competition, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia American Indian Cultural Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Arts of Collin County, Allen, Texas Austin Federal Courthouse, Austin, Texas Bayfront Park, San Francisco, California Belo Garden, Dallas, Texas Brightwater Environmental Education and Community Center, Seattle, Washington Brightwater Habitat Restoration, Seattle ,Washington Byxbee Park, Palo Alto, California Candlestick Point State Recreation Area, San Francisco, California Center for Environmental Sciences and Technology Management, Albany, New York Condor Street Urban Wild, East Boston, Massachusetts Coney Island Urban Design Plan, Brooklyn, New York Connecticut Science Center, Hartford, Connecticut Crissy Field, San Francisco, California Cupertino Civic Center, Cupertino, California Dallas Downtown Park Master Plan, Dallas, Texas Davenport Arts Walk, Davenport, Iowa Discovery Green, Houston, Texas East Darling Harbor Competition, Sydney, Australia Fair Park Comprehensive Development Plan, Dallas, Texas Governors Island Open Space Competition, New York, New York Hunters Point Shipyard Waterfront Park Project, San Francisco, California International Quilt Study Center, Omaha, Nebraska Lake Union Park, Seattle, Washington Lane Field, San Diego, California London Olympics 2012 Public Doman and Legacy Park, London, UK Los Angeles State Historic Park – Cornfields, Los Angeles, California New York City World Trade Center Site Competition, New York, New York North Tract Park, Arlington, Virginia Oklahoma City Central Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma One Island East, Hong Kong, China Parkview West, Chicago, Illinois RiverSphere – Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana San Diego Community Plan Update, San Diego, California Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Shelby Farms Park Competition, Memphis, Tennessee Shepherds Bush Common Competition, London, England SKANSKA Sustainable Communities, London, England South Pointe Park, Miami Beach, Florida Sydney Olympics 2000 Public Domain, Sydney, Australia South Waterfront Neighborhood Park, Portland, Oregon Spaces for Peace, New York, New York Steeplechase Plaza, Brooklyn, New York Sydney 2000 Olympics Public Domain, Sydney, Australia Taikoo Shing Cityplaza. Hong Kong, China William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Little Rock, Arkansas

Waterfronts It is critical to develop realistic schedules that take into account adequate review periods, meetings and presentations, and other tasks that require advance planning and notice. It is also important to build into the schedule a degree of flexibility in the timing of deliverables, allowing buy-in from the appropriate parties. For a project like the Nashville Riverfront, early ‘constructability’ review of the preferred design concept along with a realistic assessment of the budget and permittign considerations are essential so as to not rally support around project elements that are ultimately unachievable. Cost trending is critical to the success of the project. Hargreaves has a substantial database of cost data from built projects and other professional resources. Detailed cost estimates are done at each milestone during the design process and tested with budget and project goals. We frequently reevaluate the project cost goals with the client to determine where cost control measures need to take place. Formal estimates with the Construction Manager are also performed during the design phases to ensure that we are meeting our client goals.

Abu Dhabi Beaches, Abu Dhabi, Dubai Astir Palace Resort Hotel, Athens, Greece Baton Rouge Riverfront Master Plan, Baton Rouge, Louisiana Bayfront Park, San Francisco, California Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga Renaissance Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee Cincinnati Riverfront Park, Cincinnati, Ohio East Darling Harbor Competition, Sydney, Australia Feheheel Kuwait Waterfront, Feheheel, Kuwait Governors Island Open Space Competition, New York, New York Gwanggyo New Town Waterfront, Seoul, Korea Knoxville South Waterfront, Knoxville, Tennessee KyungKeo Development Competition, Seoul, Korea Lake Union Park, Seattle, Washington Louisville Waterfront Park, Louisville, Kentucky Louisville Waterfront Park Phase II Louisville Waterfront Park Phase III Kentucky Abraham Lincoln Memorial Mission Rock Sea Wall 337, San Francisco, California Nashville Riverfront Park Master Plan, Nashville, Tennessee NOLA Reinventing the Crescent Poplar Point Park, Washington D.C. Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Development Program, Los Angeles, California Reflections at Keppel Bay, Keppel Bay Precinct, Singapore RiverSphere – Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana RiverVision Master Plan, Rock Island, Illinois and Davenport, Iowa San Luis Rey River Park Master Plan, San Diego, California Singapore Marina Bay, Singapore South Pointe Park, Miami, Florida Stone Lock Waterfront Development, Sacramento, California Trinity River Corridor Project, Dallas, Texas Waterfront Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Xochimilco Master Plan Competition, Mexico City, Mexico


CRISSY FIELD, San Francisco, CA Hargreaves Associates


2000 SYDNEY OLYMPICS, Sydney, AUS Hargreaves Associates


AVAILABILITY

field group

HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES George Hargreaves, Design Director Gavin McMillan, Project Principal in Charge Glenn Allen, Principal- QC Matthew Tucker, Senior Associate Rachel Loeffler, Associate

15% 40% 10% 100% 100%

EOA ARCHITECTS Gary Everton, FAIA, LEED AP Sheila Dial, AIA, LEED AP Michael Murdock, AIA, LEED AP Tracey Ford, AIA, LEED AP

10% 30% 15% 50%

support group

core group

We have reviewed staff availability for each of the project team members. We are pleased to confirm that all of members of the project team have sufficient capacity to take on the expected scope of work as required for the Nashville Riverfront.

CEC, INC Jeff Duke, CPESC, Principal-Ecologist Marty Knuth, P.G, V.P & Principal- Brownfields Greg Styborski, Project Manager- Aquatic Survey Tim Nehu, Project Manager- Ecologist Jose Garcia, Project Manager- Ecologist Mike Horsely, Project Manager- Brownfields

50% 25% 25% 25% 25% 25%

WILMOT, Inc. Tiffany Wilmot, LEED AP

15%

RPM TRANSPORTATION Robert P. Murphy, P.E., P.T.O.E., R.L.S. Daniel J. Spann, P.E., P.T.O.E. Gerald G. Bolden, P.E., P.T.O.E. Jeffrey L. Hammond, P.E.

40% 55% 65% 60%

HAWKINS PARTNERS Gary Hawkins, Principal Brian Phelps, Associate Sara Putney, Project Manager Chris Whitis, Designer

25% 30% 30% 40%

KCRW Ann Coulter, Principal Jim Kennedy, Principal Stroud Watson, Principal Christian Rushing, Principal

25% 15% 15% 20%

BARGE CAUTHEN AND ASSOCIATES Dan Barge III, P.E, Principal Civil Engineer Barry K. Quinn, P.E., CFM, Senior Civil Engineer John Gore, P.E., LEED AP, Project Manager

30% 65% 80%

MOFFAT & NICHOL Jeff Shelden, PE Senior Marine Engineer Tim Reid, PE Senior QA/QC/ Civil Engineer Peter Elkan, Project Manager/Marine Engineer Patrick Grainey, PE Structural Engineer Mikele Winters, PE Structural Engineer

10% 10% 35% 25% 25%

LAM PARTNERS Keith J. Yancey, AIA, P.E., LC, IALD, Principal

15%

CAE Greg Stoks, Principal Edward Benck, Principal

10% 25%

NEW SOUTH & ASSOCIATES J. W. (Joe) Joseph, PhD, RPA Principal Invetigator David Price, Historian/ Arch. Historian

15% 50%

BLUE TRACTOR John Thomas, Principal

TTL,Inc. Larry Weber, PG, Principal Dan Terranova, PE Project Manager Rick Heckel, Senior Consultant Sam Vinson, PG Senior Geologist Michael Wall, PE Geotechnical Engineer

25% 25% 10% 50% 100%

THORNTON & ASSOCIATES Erly J. Thornton Jr., President, R.L.S Jeffrey K. KIimbro, R.L.S Brian A. McCain P.L.S.

full availablity as reqd

POWER MANAGEMENT full availablity as reqd. John M. Gore, P.E., President, LEED AP, CxA Judson H. Adams, P.E., V.P. LEED AP, CxA-Electrical C. Louis Hall, P.E -Mechanical Richard Van Dyke, P.E., CxA, CEM, Senior Mechanical Grayson H. Adams, P.E., LEED AP- Mechanical Jeffery L. Pinkston, P.E.- Mechanical Engineer EMC STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS P. Scholes, P.E., Principal Mark E. Buchanan, P.E., Principal Johnny E. Johnson Jr., P.E., Principal Daniel K. Borsos, P.E., Principal

full availablity as reqd

full availablity as reqd

ETM ASSOCIATES E. Timothy Marshall, ASLA, President, Tsz Ting Liu (Desiree) Stephen Hobbs, Project Manager

10% 30% 45%

DOUGLAS & HODGSON ASSOCIATES Jim Douglas, ASLA, Partner in Charge Joe Hodgson, ASLA QC Richie Jones, ALSA, Project Manager Matthew Scott Robert Waits Catherine Spivey

15% 10% 30% 25% 20% 15%


SOUTH POINTE PARK, Miami Beach, FL Hargreaves Associates


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Hargreaves Associates is an established international leader in the design and master planning of urban space. The firm has enjoyed particular success in unifying disparate building types and disconnected places within a cohesive identity, incorporating and celebrating layers of site history, regional character, environmental processes, and unique programming needs of the respective projects. The firm is comprised of two senior Principals, eleven Principals, seven Senior Associates, eight Associates, and thirty-four other full-time professionals. The work includes a wide range of urban design, waterfronts, public parks, academic, corporate, institutional, and residential planning and design projects. Hargreaves Associates’ projects encompass a wide range of scales and locations, both national and international. Several significant projects include: the Sydney 2000 Olympics Public Domain in Australia; Louisville Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky; The Master Plan for the University of Cincinnati and the designs for University Commons and Campus Green at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio; Guadalupe River Park in San Jose, California; Crissy Field in San Francisco and the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. Projects recently completed through construction include the Duke University Student Center Plaza in Durham, North Carolina; Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront in Chattanooga, Tennessee the Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Main Street at the University of Cincinnati, Ohio. Our 12 acre Houston Downtown Park is currently under construction, as well as the Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Facility in Seattle, Washington. New commissions include the recently awarded: Gardiner Expressway and Lake Shore Boulevard Reconfiguration and the Lower Yonge Redevelopment Framework both in Toronto, Canada; the London 2012 Olympics Public Domain and Legacy Park in the UK; the New Orleans Reinventing the Crescent Riverfront Master Plan in New Orleans, Louisiana; and the Los Angeles State Historic Park in Los Angeles, California; the Charles Hostler Student Recreation Center in Beirut, Lebanon; and The University of Massachusetts Boston Master Plan in Boston, Massachusetts; One Island East Plaza in Hong Kong; Belo Garden and Plaza in downtown Dallas, Texas; Keppel Bay Condominiums in Singapore; and waterfront master plans for Nashville, Tennessee; Knoxville, Tennessee and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The implementation of work in such diverse locations is enabled both by travel and by digital transfer of drawing and image files, which is a routine component of the firm’s practice.


As with the initial riverfront planning efforts, Gavin McMillan will serve as Principal in Charge in our Cambridge,Massachusetts office. Gavin will provide strategic leadership of the entire project team. Gavin will also be responsible for critical points of contact throughout the course of the project. Gavin will attend all critical project meetings and presentations. Also located in Cambridge, Matthew Tucker will serve as Project Manager and will lead the day-to-day work of the project team. Matthew will be the day-to-day contact and will attend all project meetings and presentations. Rachel Loeffler will serve as Job Captain and will continue her role in the project through direct involvement in all aspects of the project and shepherd significant components of the project through to completion. Gavin, Matt and Rachel are unique in that they are equally comfortable at the drawing board, in front of the dais or in the construction trailer. George Hargreaves, FASLA serves as Design Director and is responsible for strategic design direction and frequent design review. George will attend critical project meetings and public events concerning project design. Additional Hargreaves Associates’ project team members will provide specific expertise based on particular project challenges or quality control review.

The Nashville Project team is comprised of a core group of existing consultants who were project partners on the Master Plan. This includes continuing our valued relationship with Gary Hawkins of Hawkins Partners (HPI) and Gary Everton of EOA Architects. HPI will provide local landscape architectural expertise and Gary Everton will do the same for architecture. Both Gary’s will act as a local project liaison, utilizing their long-standing relationships with local stakeholders to assist in moving the project forward on the right path and to help steer the project away from “potholes” or speed bumps. Ann Coulter of KCRW will continue her invaluable role of helping to orchestrate the exchange of public opinion and to help be a barometer of public and political opinion. Moffat Nichol will lead the riverfront engineering aspects of the project and will call upon their international expertise in waterfront engineering andpermitting to help move key elementT of the riverfront plan through permitting. The core team is joined by Dan Barge III and Barry Quinn of #arge Cauthen. Aside from the deep experience in civil and stormwater engineering that will be critical to achieving the sustainable green infrastructure vision of the project, both Dan and Barry will work aside the project team in guiding the project through local permitting channels and will assist in keeping quality control of the field work in check. The following pages clearly demonstrate the specialized expertise of the project team members and a brief profile and bio describing the roles and responsibilities of each office and the respective qualifications of the project key staff. We believe the suite of project skills and qualifications reveals a diverse range of qualifications required to see the riverfront vision implemented.


CORE GROUP

HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES Cambridge, MA

Role: Lead Design Consultant + Project Management Hargreaves Associates is a professional consulting firm comprised of landscape architects and planners with offices in San Francisco, Cambridge, New York City, and London. The firm is comprised of two senior Principals, eleven Principals, seven Senior Associates, eight Associates, and thirty-four other full-time professionals. The firm has developed an impressive body of work that focuses on revitalizing waterfronts in the public realm. Since its founding in 1983, Hargreaves Associates has received over two dozen national American Society of Landscape Architecture awards, numerous international awards and been published throughout the world. The work is characterized by a philosophy of strong, simple design that responds in innovative ways to the unique set of forces exerted upon each site from cultural, economic and environmental processes. This design philosophy is integrated with a clear understanding of costs, current construction techniques, and scheduling, with an all-important emphasis on the clients’ needs and goals. The firm excels at taking master plans through the design process and then though construction to demonstrate how obstacles can be overcome and how innovation can be implemented. Hargreaves Associates have also developed an open way of working with regulators and involve them as part of the project team which has achieved record permit processing times in Tennessee regardless of the environmental or even the cultural complexities of a site. George Hargreaves, FASLA Design Director With 30 years of experience designing highly successful landscape architecture projects, George Hargreaves leads the design of all projects, and his involvement extends from master planning to schematic design through construction. George is a tenured professor of Landscape Architecture and is past chairman of the department of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he has taught since 1986. His work has been published nationally and internationally and has won numerous design awards. Role: Review and direction of all project design.

Gavin McMillan Principal in Charge Gavin started practicing over 25 years ago and worked on the design of the 1988 World’s Fair and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. His particular area of expertise is transforming challenging sites into valued cultural and natural places as evidenced in cities he worked for. His award winning work has led him to projects around the globe, contributing articles in the Urban Land Institute & Earth Pledge Foundation publications, speaking on landscape & urban design issues, judging excellence in development awards and as a studio instructor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design. Role: Strategic oversight and leadership of the overall project team

Matthew J. Tucker Project ManagerA native of the Loess Hills bioregion of western Iowa, Matthew has a sustained interest in the diverse landscape patterns and processes of place. He is a designer with a strong background in ecologically and culturally sensitive site design and planning. With over a decade of experience on complex projects, his work focuses upon post-industrial landscapes, urban ecology and hydrology, and the application of sustainable design and construction principles. At Hargreaves Associates, Role: Day-to-day management of the Hargreaves Project Team and the project consultants.

Rachel Loeffler Job Captain Rachel is interested in public parks, large scale landscape systems, post industrial landscapes, temporality and spatial perception. She was born and raised in the Cumberland Plateau. Rachel holds dual degrees in architecture and landscape architecture. She has been proud to be a part of Hargreaves Associates for the past five years, and has found extra meaning working on projects in her home state. Rachel continues to bridge theory and practice as she develops and teaches advanced architecture studios for the Boston Architectural College. Role: Day-to-day management of key project elements and internal Hargreaves staff.


GEORGE HARGREAVES, FASLA, RAAR SENIOR PRINCIPAL/DESIGN DIRECTOR

VISTING PROFESSOR / CRITIC University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 1991 Harvard University, Cambridge MA 1987-88, 1988-89 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 1985 University of Illinois, Champaign, IL 1984 Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, CA 1981 FELLOW American Society of Landscape Architects

George Hargreaves is the Design Director of Hargreaves Associates, a professional consulting firm comprised of landscape architects and planners with offices in San Francisco, California, Cambridge, Massachusetts, New York City, and London. Under his design direction, Hargreaves Associates has received 34 national awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), six from the American Institute of Architects (AIA), five from the Waterfront Center, and three from Progressive Architecture. His work, and the work of Hargreaves Associates, have been and continue to be published and exhibited nationally and internationally. Mr. Hargreaves was an artist in residence at the American Academy of Rome in 2009. He taught at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University for 20 years, tenured there for 12 years, and served as the chairman of the Department of Landscape Architecture from 1996 to 2003. He is the co-editor and author of “Large Parks,” a book that explores large urban parks in depth as complex cultural spaces, where key issues of landscape discourse, ecological challenges, social history, urban relations, and place-making.

NATIONAL JURIES/BOARDS US President’s Award 2000, Chair Urban Design and Landscape Architecture, 1999 Chair, Designed Landscape Forum, 1996 Editorial Advisory Board, Landscape Architecture Magazine, 1996-98 American Academy in Rome, Rome Prize 1996 Veronica Green Prize in Urban Design 1996 Executive Board, Designed Landscape Forum 1995 American Institute of Architects, California and Mexico Joint Awards Program 1994 Visionary Landscapes of the 21st Century, Landscape Architecture Magazine 1991 Chairman, American Society of Landscape Architects, Professional Awards of Excellence 1988 American Academy in Rome, Rome Prize 1988 American Society of Landscape Architects, Professional Awards of Excellence 1987 Design Arts Program, National Endowment for the Arts 1986

EDUCATION Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction, 1979 University of Georgia School of Environmental Design Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, Magna Cum Laude, (1976)1977 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Hargreaves Associates, San Francisco, CA; New York, NY; Cambridge, MA; and London, UK The SWA Group, Sausalito, CA Cheshire Design Group, Chester, England

EXHIBITIONS “Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape”, Crissy Field, The Museum of Modern Art 2005 “Large Parks: New Perspectives,”: Large Parks Conference, Harvard Design School 2003 “Revelatory Landscapes,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, 2000 “Olympics 2000,” Sydney RAIA, London RBIA, Hong Kong HKIA, 2000 “Manufactured Sites,” Harvard Graduate School of Design 1998

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Peter Louis Hornbeck Professor in Practice of Landscape Architecture, 1996-2008 Chairman, Department of Landscape Architecture, Harvard University Graduate School of Design Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1996-2003 Adjunct Professor of Landscape Architecture Harvard University Graduate School of Design Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1991-1996 1


GEORGE HARGREAVES, FASLA

LECTURES “The 21st Century Park and the Contemporary City”, 2009 Spring Conference, Forum for Urban Design, New York, New York 2009 “Landscape Alchemy” The American Academy in Rome, Italy 2009 “Large Parks: A Designers Perspective” University of Pennsylvania 2008; London, UK 2008 “Large Parks: A Designers Perspective” Tulane University, Louisiana 2007; Seoul, Korea 2007 “Interpretation and Measurement” Groundswell: Constructing the Contemporary Landscape Symposium, The Cooper Union 2005 ; Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning Guest Lecturer, Utah State University 2005; 2005 International Architectural Culture Festival, Busan, South Korea. “Large and Small” The New York Botanical Garden Lecture Series 2004 “NYC 2012: Olympic Village” with Thom Mayne, The New York Architectural League 2004 “Large Parks” International Federation of Landscape Architects Conference, Buenos Aires 2004 “Large Parks: New Perspectives,”: Large Parks Conference, Harvard Design School 2003 “Governors Island: Designing an Urban Vision,” Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, New York, October 2002 “Large Parks: 17th to 21st Century,” Creating Green Environments Conference, Honolulu, Hawaii, September 2002 “Mayor’s Forum,” Urban Land Institute May 2002 “Examining Scale and Landscape Architecture”: California State Parks, 2002; Yale University 2002 “Foundation of Good Urban Design—The Land and Landscapes as Form and Determinants in Urban Design,” AIA Dallas Conference, January 2002 “Meaning, Making and Medium”: Florida ASLA Conference, Featured Speaker, Tampa, Florida 2000; North Carolina State University 2000; Colorado State University 2000; New Jersey Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Keynote Address, Atlantic City, New Jersey 2000, University of Arkansas 1999

“Le Festival International des Jardins de Chaumont-surLoire Chaumont-sur-loire, France 1996 “Landscape: A Concept,” Oliver Art Center, California College of Arts and Crafts Oakland, CA 1995 “Facing Eden: 100 Years of Landscape Art in the Bay Area,” DeYoung Museum San Francisco, CA 1995 “(Re)made Landscapes,” deSingel International Antwerp, Belgium 1995 “Urban Hydrographies,” Louisville Waterfront, Guadalupe River, Parque Tejo e Trancão (Lisbon), Portland Eastbank Riverfront. University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia PA 1994 “Constructed Ground—Byxbee Park,” University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA 1993 “Specific Landscapes,” Solo Exhibition Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1987; Ohio State University, 1988; University of Minnesota, 1988; University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada, 1988; Penn State University, 1989; North Carolina University, 1989; California Polytechnic State University, 1989 “Six Views: Contemporary Landscape Architecture,” Visual Arts Center, California State University Fullerton, California 1986 INDIVIDUAL PUBLICATIONS “Large Parks: A Designers Perspective” with Julia Czerniak, Princeton Architectural Press, 2007. “Prospect Green,” with Kendra Taylor, Garten + Landschaft, October 1996 “Most Influential Landscapes,” Landscape Journal. Fall 1993 Guest Editor, Landscape Architecture Magazine, 1988 ASLA Awards Issue “In Pursuit of the Real,” Six Views: Contemporary Landscape Architecture (exhibition catalog)—Dextra Frankel, et al, California State University Fullerton, CA 1986 “Post Modernism Looks Beyond Itself,” Landscape Architecture, July 1983 INDIVIDUAL AWARDS Finalist, Cooper Hewitt National Design Awards 2002 Distinguished Alumnus Award, University of Georgia 1997 ASLA Certificate of Honor for Excellence in the Study of Landscape Architecture 1977 Hubert B. Owens Fellowship 1977 2


GEORGE HARGREAVES, FASLA

“Attitudes Toward Landscape”: University of California, Berkeley, California 1986 “Public Space”: American Institute of Architects, Los Angeles, California 1985 “Landscapes of the Mind”: University of Utah, A.C.S.A. Western Regional; Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah 1985; Art and Landscape Conference, Miami, Florida 1984; Cultural Center Art Forum, Chicago, Illinois 1984; University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana, Illinois 1985; University of Virginia, School of Architecture, Charlottesville, Virginia 1985; Landscape Architecture National Student Convention, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa 1984 “New Landscapes”: American Society of Landscape Architects Convention, Indianapolis, Indiana 1983; American Institute of Architects, Oklahoma, American Society of Landscape Architects, Tulsa, Oklahoma 1983; American Society of Landscape Architects Convention, Honolulu, Hawaii 1982

“Meaning and Making in Landscape Architecture”: American Institute of Architects/San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California 1998; Urban Waterfront Conference, Darlinghurst, Australia 1998; American Institute of Landscape Architects, Sydney, Australia 1998; Landscape Institute, London, England 1998; Colegio do Aquieectos de Catalunya, Barcelona, Spain 1998; Universidad de Palermo de Buenos Aires 1997 “(Re)made Landscapes”: Rencontres de Chaumont sur loire, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France 1996; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 1996; Museum of Contemporary Arts, Sydney, Australia 1996; deSingel International, Antwerp, Belgium 1995; University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 1994; Toronto Design Exchange, Toronto, Canada 1994; Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 1994; Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1994; Royal Institute of British Architects, London, England 1993; University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia 1993; University of Idaho, Moscow, Idaho 1992 “Landscapes in Motion”: International Federation of Landscape Architects, Keynote Address, Bangkok, Thailand 1995; Big Sky Conference, Keynote Address, Sydney, Australia 1995 “Nurturing Nature: Reclaiming the Landscape”: deYoung Museum, San Francisco, California 1995 “Specific Landscapes”: University of California, Berkeley, California 1991; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 1991; Newport Beach Art Museum, Newport Beach, California 1990; Pennsylvania State University, College Park, Pennsylvania 1989; Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia 1988; University of Minnesota, St. Paul, Minnesota 1988; Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 1988; Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, Massachusetts 1988 “Public Art”: Philadelphia Fine Arts Commission, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1987 “In Pursuit of the Real”: Washington University, St. Louis, Missouri 1987; University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico 1986; University of North Carolina at Charlotte, North Carolina 1986; Fine Arts Symposium, San Francisco Fine Arts Commission, San Francisco, California 1986; Vincent Lecture, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia 1986 3


GAVIN McMILLAN PRINCIPAL

Gavin started practicing over 25 years ago and worked on the design of the 1988 World’s Fair and the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. His particular area of expertise is transforming challenging sites into valued cultural and natural places as evidenced in cities he worked for. His award winning work has led him to projects around the globe, contributing articles in the Urban Land Institute & Earth Pledge Foundation publications, speaking on landscape & urban design issues, judging excellence in development awards and as a studio instructor at Harvard’s School of Design. EDUCATION QLD University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia Graduate Diploma of Landscape Architecture, 1988 QLD Institute of Technology, Brisbane, Australia Bachelor of Applied Science, 1983 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Hargreaves Associates, USA New Ground Environmental Design, Australia Belt Collins Australia, Sydney, Australia Belt Collins International, Singapore Landplan Studio Pty. Ltd., Brisbane, Australia P. Clarke and Associates, Brisbane, Australia AWARDS

CMAA Award for Innovation in Masonry P. Behan Memorial Prize for Landscape Design SGAP Prize for Landscape Design PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

“Environmental Issues for Waterfronts,” ULI, Remaking the Urban Waterfront, 2004 “Sydney 2000” Sustainable Architecture White Papers, 2000 “An Australian Landscape for the Sydney Olympiad,” Landscape Australia, 1995 “Home Grown Garden,” House and Garden, 1995 “Paving and Landscapes,” Australian Concrete Construction, 1994 “Landscape 2000,” BOMA magazine, 1993 LECTURES

“Landscape and Brownfields”, National Brownfields Conference, Boston, 2007

“Creating & Recreating Environmentally Sensitive Landscapes” Cities & their Quality of Life, Water & Environment Conference, Santander, Spain 2006 “Waterfronts Intepreting History”, APA National Conference, San Antonio, 2006 “Public Art Challenges,” City Forum, Chattanooga, Tennessee 2005 “Getting Dirty,” Brownfields Revisited Series, Clemson Architecture Center, Charleston 2004 “Imagining Riverfronts,” Davenport, Iowa, 2003 “Interior Plants,” Facilities Manager’s Conference, 1996 “The Role of Plant Guidelines for Homebush Bay,” Olympic Coordination Committee Seminar, 1995 “Designing for the Australian Landscape,” AIH Seminar, 1994 PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Nashville Riverfront Nashville, Tennessee Knoxville South Waterfront Knoxville, Tennessee South Point Park Miami Beach, Florida 21st Century Chattanooga Waterfront Chattanooga, Tennessee Hershey Medical Center, Cancer Institute Hershey Pennsylvania Blaxland Riverfront Park Sydney, Australia North Tract Park Arlington, Virginia Louisville Waterfront Park Phase 2 and 3 Louisville, Kentucky General Motors Warren Technical Center Master Plan Detroit, Michigan Sydney Olympics 2000 Sydney, Australia Sydney International Athletic & Aquatic Centers Sydney, Australia Gold Coast Commercial Centre and Marina Hong Kong BMI City Jakarta, Indonesia World’s Fair 1988 Brisbane, Australia


MATTHEW TUCKER SENIOR ASSOCIATE

A native of the Loess Hills bioregion of western Iowa, Matthew has a sustained interest in the diverse landscape patterns and processes of place. He is a designer with a strong background in ecologically and culturally sensitive site design and planning. With over a decade of experience on complex projects, his work focuses upon post-industrial landscapes, urban ecology and hydrology, and the application of sustainable design and construction principles. At Hargreaves Associates, Matthew is responsible for project coordination and leadership through all project phases. EDUCATION

Harvard University Graduate School of Design Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction, 2001 Iowa State University Bachelor of Landscape Architecture & Environmental Studies, 1995 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Hargreaves Associates; Cambridge, MA Conservation Design Forum; Chicago, IL, Principal Land and Community Associates; Charlottesville, VA & Ames, IA EDSA; Orlando, FL ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

H.W.S. Cleveland Visiting Professor, University of Minnesota, 2006 Lecturer, Iowa State University, College of Design, 1998-99, 2003-06 Lecturer, University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. 2005 Studio Critic and Senior Thesis Advisor, Purdue University. 2003-05 AWARDS

President’s Award; Illinois ASLA, Chicago River Master Plan, 2003 Merit Planning Award; Boston Society of Landscape Architects, 2001 Charles Eliot Traveling Fellowship; Harvard University, 2001 Certificate of Merit; ASLA, 2001 Certificate of Honor; ASLA, 1995

PUBLICATIONS

"Queens Botanic Garden: Multicultural Revitalization of Water”, in “Restoration Design: Rehabilitating Damaged Cultural Landscapes”. Robert L. France ed. forthcoming 2006 “Waterscapes: Planning, Building and Designing with Water” Landforum International No 13. (book review) 2003. “Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design”, Landscape Architecture Magazine (book review) Feb. 2003 “Creating Wetlands: Design Principles and Practices for Landscape Architects and Urban Planners” Robert L. France. WW Norton Publishing 2002 “The News” Land Forum International No. 10. 2001 “Environmental Restoration: Ethics, Theory and Practice” Land Forum International No. 9 (book review). 2001 PROJECT EXPERIENCE

North Tract Park, Arlington, VA American Indian Cultural Center, Oklahoma City, OK under previous employment:

University of Georgia School of Art Corridor Master Plan, Athens, GA Iowa State University Veterinary Medicine Master Plan, Ames, IA Watershed Center of the Ozarks, Springfield, MO Queens Botanic Garden Master Plan, Queens, NY, Sylvan Slough Riverfront Parks, Rock Island and Moline, IL Marquette and Humboldt Parks, Chicago, IL US Highway AIA Corridor Improvements, Daytona, FL Racine Arts and Entertainment District Master Plan, Racine, WS Chicago River Master Plan, Chicago, IL Coeur D’Alene EcoPark, Coeur D’Alene, ID Grand Casino Tunica; Tunica, MS Chicago Botanic Garden, Glencoe, IL HON Industries Sustainable Development Guidelines, Muscatine, IA Brown v. Board of Education National Historic Site, Topeka, KS


HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES

RACHEL LOEFFLER ASSOCIATE A native of the Cumberland Plateau, Rachel Loeffler is dedicated to bridging theory and practice. She possesses a breadth of experience in design, planning, and construction. At Hargreaves Associates, she has contributed to a range of projects encompassing brownfield remediation, large waterfront parks, public parks, university campuses, and rooftop gardens. Currently, she is managing the Hershey Children’s Hospital and Oncology Center projects. Most recently, she completed the production of the Nashville Riverfront Adventure Park and Concept Plan, and North Tract Park construction documentation. As an architecture professor, Rachel leads graduate students in the pursuit of conceptual development, large scale systems, networks of urbanization, temporality, and spatial perception. EDUCATION Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Master of Landscape Architecture, 2005 Washington University in St. Louis

Bachelor of Arts, Architecture, Magna Cum Laude, 2000 Santa Reparata International School of Art, Florence, Italy,

Summer Study Abroad: 1999 PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Hargreaves Associates; Cambridge, MA Hawkins Partners; Nashville, TN ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE Boston Architectural Center

Advanced Architecture Studio Instructor Fall 2008/2007 Sustain This: Urban Farm/ Community Center Spring 2008 Gene Splicing Urban Form; B1 Architecture Studios, C1 Architecture Studios Design Critic 2005- 2008 Wentworth Institute of Technology

Design Critic 2006-2008 Harvard Graduate School of Design

Career Discovery, Design Critic 2005 Core Landscape Studio Mid-review Design Critic 2005 PUBLICATIONS AND AWARDS Drosscape, Alan Berger, Princeton Architectural Press, 2006

Research assistant developed diagrams, methods of analysis, mappings Landscape Urbanism Reader, Charles Waldheim, Princeton Architectural Press, 2006,

Diagrams republished from Drosscape Nansha Coastal City: Landscape and Urbanism in the Pearl River Delta, eds. Alan Berger and Margaret Crawford, Harvard Graduate School of Design, 2006

Research, mappings, studio project Studio Works, Publications and Exhibitions 2002, 2004, 2005, Harvard Graduate School of Design Penny White Fellowship 2004, Harvard Graduate School of Design Options Studios Nansha, China; Harlow, UK


GLENN ALLEN, ASLA

PRINCIPAL

With over 25 years of experience in large scale, complex landscape architecture projects, Glenn Allen, Principal-in-Charge for the London office, recently completed the firm’s work on the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas, the Shaw Center in Baton Rouge Louisiana and the Chattanooga Waterfront Park in Tennessee. In addition to these projects, he continues to lead Louisville Waterfront Park Phase III and the University of Cincinnati UC/21 Master Plan. Glenn has served as Principal-in-Charge for such award-winning projects as Sydney Olympics 2000 and Parque do Tejo e Trancão in Portugal. Mr. Allen lectures widely and has served as a visiting juror at schools worldwide. EDUCATION

Louisiana State University Master of Landscape Architecture University of Virginia Bachelor of Landscape Architecture PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Hargreaves Associates ; San Francisco, CA; New York, NY; Cambridge, MA; London, UK The SWA Group; Sausalito, CA PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION

Registered Landscape Architect in Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. VISITING JUROR

The University of New South Wales, Department of Landscape Architecture, Spring 1997 The University of Idaho, School of Architecture, Fall 1995 Louisiana State University, College of Environmental Design, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Fall 1987, Spring 1991 University of California, Berkeley, College of Environmental Design, Berkeley, California, Spring 1987, Fall 1987, Fall 1989, Spring 1990, Fall 1992 Harvard University, Graduate School of Design, Fall 1994, Fall 2000, Fall 2002, Spring 2003

ORGANIZATIONS

Peer Review Committee of the GSA Fellow, Institute for Urban Design Member, Architectural League of New York Member, American Society of Landscape Architects Member, International Federation of Landscape Architects Member, American Planning Association INTERVIEWS/ PUBLICATIONS

"Handbook of Water Sensitive Planning and Design," Robert France, editor, 2002 "Master Concept Design for the Public Domain at Homebush Bay: The Public Workshop Process," "Olympic Plaza and the Fig Grove," "The Northern Water Feature," Landscape Australia, Special Issue: Sydney 2000 Olympic Site, Homebush Bay, Volume 22, No. 3, 2000 “Sydney 2000—The Northern Water Feature,” Sustainable Architecture White Paper, Earth Pledge Foundation, New York, NY, 2000 LECTURES

“Imagining Dallas: Gardens for the City, Gardens for the Soul,” The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture, 2003 "Reclaiming Cities' Underutilized Assets," The Mayor's Institute on City Design, Washington, D.C., 2000 "Water Sensitive Ecological Planning and Design Symposium," Harvard University Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, February 2000 "Sprawl and Public Space: Readressing the Mall," National Endowment for the Arts & The Woodrow Wilson Center Washington, D.C., Februrary, 2000 "Design and the Olympic Experience: The Public Domain at Homebush Bay," University of Melbourne, School of Architecture, Building and Planning, Melbourne, Australia, 1998 "The Edge-Landscapes Remade," Australian Institute of Landscape Architects Tusculum, Sydney, Australia, 1998 "Dynamic Synthesis-Hargreaves Associates in Australia," Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization International Conference, Sydney, Australia, 1997 “New Wave California,” California Council of Landscape Architects Conference, Monterey, CA, May 1988 “Six Views - Contemporary Landscape Architecture,” California State University, Fullerton, CA, 1986


GLENN ALLEN

PROJECT EXPERIENCE

William J. Clinton Presidential Center Little Rock, AR The Shaw Center Baton Rouge, LA Charles Hostler Student Center, American University in Beirut Beirut, Lebanon Cincinnati Museum of Art Cincinnati, OH The 21st Century Waterfront Master Plan Chattanooga, TN Louisville Waterfront Park Louisville, KY The University of Cincinnati Cincinnati, OH Master Plan UC/21 Master Plan 2000 MainStreet Center for Behavioral & Social Sciences Library Square Aronoff School of Design Campus Green University Commons College of Business Administration College of Applied Sciences Eden Quad University of Vermont, Master Plan Burlington, VT Henderson Riverfront Henderson, KY Monogahela Wharf Pittsburgh, PA Biomedical Sciences Research Building, University of Michigan Ann Arbor, MI National Museum of Innovation Tokyo, Japan Sydney Olympics 2000 Sydney, Australia Circular Quay Australia 路Sydney, 2

Connecticut Center for Science and the Environment Hartford, CT Drexel University Philladelphia, PA Master Plan 32nd Street Plaza The Guadalupe River Park San Jose, CA Candlestick Point Park San Francisco, CA The Dayton Residence Minneapolis, MN Green Earth Science Building, Stanford University Palo Alto, CA Genessee Crossroads Master Plan Rochester, NY Portland Eastbank Riverfront Master Plan Portland, OR Todos Santos Park Concord, CA Sapporo Dome Sapporo, Japan Pittsburgh Waterfront Masterplan Pittsburgh, PA Old Westbury Gardens Westbury, Long Island, NY


CORE GROUP

EOA ARCHITECTS Nashville, TN

Role: Architecture Everton Oglesby Architects provides outstanding responsive design balanced with exceptional client service, EOA always strives to achieve excellence – in both design and client service. EOA involves the client as an active participant in the design process and in approving critical decisions. EOA strives to create spaces and architecture that will encourage targeted responses of the building’s occupants. EOA takes a holistic approach to designing architecture for the human spirit and personal interaction – translating concept, style and materials into a higher level of project success – by moving beyond a focus solely on the quantitative elements like program, budget and schedule, to also give consideration to the qualitative, human elements of a program, a building and, ultimately, the client and users. Their architecture strives to reinforce our client’s distinctive brand/purpose/business strategy. They believe all aspects of a building – its architecture, interiors, lighting, graphics, and its hard and soft landscape should be integrated. Gary Everton, FAIA, Principal in Charge, Everton Oglesby Architects PLLC Gary has distinguished himself by his infectious attitude of sharing his design talents through mentorship, lectures, committee leadership, design juries and his own work to benefit the community and profession. Gary’s extensive experience and command of the issues associated with a large range of projects enables him to not only draw upon lessons learned from one project type to another but also for him to be open to every project being treated as a unique design opportunity. Project examples include a low cost, industrial designed storage facility needing to minimize its operating budget, adaptive reuse of an old church into the firm’s inspiring office, a new resort hotel and convention center located in a rural community miles from utility service, an in your face educational facility attracting high school students to get their college degree, a high rise LEED Silver office building and a publicly funded urban transit station

Sheila Dial, AIA, LEED AP, Associate, Everton Oglesby Architects PLLC Since working with EOA, Sheila has focused on award winning multi-family design with local, regional and national awards for projects such as Row 8.9n Urban Rowhouses, Ireland 28 Townhouses, Scott Avenue Townhomes, 807 18th Condominiums, The Stahlman Building Residences and 5th & Main Mixed Use Development. In 2004, Row 8.9n has honored with the “Best in American Living Award – HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence,” presented by the National Association of Home Builders and in 2003, the “Grand Award,” Builder Choice Awards, presented by Builder Magazine. Sheila became an Associate in 2004 and has continued to lead the firm in issues such as sustainability, BIM, LEED project certification and urban renewal. Sheila has been dedicated to continuing education throughout her career and is very active in professional and community organizations. Sheila was installed as President of the AIA Middle Tennessee chapter in 2009.

Tracey Ford, AIA, LEED AP Tracey’s local designs have focused on high-profile public projects for Metro Parks and Recreation, including the East Park Community Center and the Three Nature Centers project – all award winning. Sustainability in projects is a critical focus; she shares sustainability concepts with the larger community as a Board member of the USGBC Middle TN and teaching LEED AP classes for the wider architectural/engineering community.

Relevant projects Nashville Riverfront Master Plan, Nashville, TN East Park Community Center, Nashville, TN Shelby Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Master Plan, Nashville, TN Gateway Boulevard Design Guidelines, Nashville, TN The Pinnacle at Symphony Place, Nashville, TN Shelby Bottoms Nature Center, Beaman Nature Center and Bells Bend Nature Center, Nashville, TN


GARY L. EVERTON, FAIA, LEED® AP Registration / Affiliations Licensed Architect, Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards LEED Accredited Professional American Institute of Architects, Fellow American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter American Institute of Architects, Tennessee Board of Directors

Education Bachelor of Architecture, University of Tennessee, 1976 Chancellor's Citation for Extraordinary Academic Achievement Personality High energy – people magnet type of leader, quick thinker, creative mind, wry sense of humor, life of the party, “The Entertainer”. Enjoys Being with people, funny stories, golf, thought provoking challenges, always has a song playing in his mind – (often found humming), traveling and experiencing new exciting places, free-hand sketching…and Laugh USA on XM radio.

Professional Activities Metro Public Arts Committee Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Metropolitan Historical Commission Nashville Downtown Partnership Green Hills YMCA, Board of Directors Woodmont Baptist Church Urban Design Forum National Trust for Historic Preservation U.S. Green Building Council The DISTRICT Board of Directors Professional Experience Gary’s extensive experience and command of the issues associated with a large range of projects enables him to not only draw upon lessons learned from one project type to another but also for him to be open to every project being treated as a unique design opportunity. Representative Projects EOA Architects PLLC Nashville, Tennessee, 1991 – Present Principal Major projects include: The Pinnacle at Symphony Place Shelby Park Master Plan 111 & 411 Broadway Renovations Smith & Cashion Law Offices VU College Halls Phase Two Nashville Riverfront Master Plan 5th & Main Mixed Use Development Stahlman Building Redevelopment Westmoreland Mixed-Use Development Subarea 9/Center City Master Plan Franklin Boulevard Design Guidelines Hope Gardens Neighborhood Master Plan 12th South Master Plan Customs House Historic Renovations East Park Community Center Metro Parks Three Nature Centers Music City Central Transit Station Marriott Courtyard Downtown Nashville Clarksville TN Master Plan

EOA Architects PLLC

Nashville, Tennessee


MICHAEL MURDOCK, AIA, LEED® AP Registration / Affiliations Licensed Architect, Tennessee, California Member, National Council of Architectural Registration Boards American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter Nashville Committee on Foreign Relations Professional Activities AIA Middle Tennessee, Chairperson, Programs Committee

Education Master of Architecture Harvard University Graduate School of Design, 1985 Bachelor of Science in Architecture University of Texas at Arlington, 1981 Personality Creative thinker/problem solver, thoughtful listener, challenge seeker, thinks big picture but likes the details, objective communicator Enjoys Music and sports activities - piano and golf, planning big family trips and playing with the kids, experiencing new places and studying architecture, movies and theater performances, weekend dates with the significant other, finding innovative restaurants, reading and thinking

Professional Experience In his role as associate and project manager Michael brings the experience of working in varying architectural practices in Texas, Boston, San Francisco, Los Angeles and now Nashville. That experience has also enabled him to participate in a diverse range of building types and unique client relationships that have informed his collaborative approach to meeting the goals and objectives of the client and the demands of developing quality architecture. Michael is experienced in all aspects of design and coordination from programming and concept design through to the construction administration phase of a project. Michael has worked on a broad scale of project types and sizes ranging from large performing arts centers intended to re-energize a downtown community to the single family home improving the quality of life of its inhabitants, including: • • • • • • • • • •

Automotive Corporate Headquarters Civic/Public – libraries, performing arts, museums, civic/community centers and other government buildings Education Healthcare Hospitality Multi-Family Residential/Mixed-use Recreational Religious Tenant Build-out

Representative Projects EOA Architects PLLC Nashville, Tennessee 2002 - present Associate / Project Manager Major projects include: Three Nature Centers, Nashville TN Hendersonville Library, Hendersonville TN St. Andrew’s-Sewanee Science Bldg, Sewanee TN Holiday Inn Select - Vanderbilt, Nashville TN St. Augustine’s Chapel, Nashville TN RE/MAX Office Building, Bowling Green KY Faith Lutheran Church, Spring Hill TN BMW of North America, LLC - Nationwide GSA Raleigh Courthouse, Raleigh NC Tennessee Technical University Nursing Building

EOA Architects PLLC

Nashville, Tennessee


SHEILA DIAL, AIA, LEED® AP Registration / Affiliations Registered Architect, State of Tennessee American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter Urban Land Institute Nashville Urban Design Forum Middle Tennessee Young Architects Forum USGBC – LEED Accredited Professional

Education Bachelor of Architecture, University of Tennessee, 1997 Politechnika Krakowska, Krakow, Poland, Polish Exchange Program, Architecture and Urban Studies, 1996 Art Institute of Atlanta, Degree in Interior Design, 1992 Personality Creative, outgoing, adventurous and hard-working Enjoys Sheila enjoys traveling to South America to visit family. Any place that has natural beauty and is hard to get to, photography and community service…and helping others discover great architecture.

Professional Activities President, AIA Middle Tennessee Chapter, 2009 O’More College of Design – Interior Design Advisory Committee Nashville Emerging Leaders (NEL) – Class of 2008; Programs Committee Co-Chair 2009 ‘The District’, Board of Directors, 2005 – Present ‘Live It Up’ Downtown Residential Tour Committee, 2004-2007 Excellence in Development Bd of Directors 2003-05 AIA Middle Tenn. Board of Directors 2004-Present ‘Rebuilding Together’ – Volunteer, 2003 - Present ‘Chattanooga Excellence in Masonry’ Jury 2003-2004 Director of Young Architects Forum – 2003-2005 Middle Tennessee Chapter ‘Kentuckiana Masonry Institute Architectural Awards Program’ Jury – Awards for 2002 Pencil Foundation – Reading Volunteer, 2001-2002 ‘The American Institute of Architects’ year 2001 Institute Honor Awards for Architecture Jury ‘IDP – Outstanding Firm Award’ Jury – 2000 R/UDAT – Volunteer and Participant – 1999 University of Tennessee, Bronze Medal Jury, 1999 University of Arkansas, Conference and Symposium – Participant and Juror, 1997 Professional Experience Since working with EOA, Sheila has focused on award winning multi-family design with local, regional and national awards for projects such as Row 8.9n Urban Rowhouses, which was honored with the “Best in American Living Award – HUD Secretary’s Award for Excellence,” presented by the National Association of Home Builders and in 2003, the “Grand Award,” Builder Choice Awards, presented by Builder Magazine. Representative Projects EOA Architects PLLC Nashville, Tennessee 1997 – Present Associate / Project Architect Major projects include: MDHA Trolley Barn Conceptual Design The Nashville Riverfront Master Plan 5th & Main Mixed-Use Development (Phase One) Rolling Mill Hill Master Plan Gateway Boulevard Design Guidelines Saab Cars USA, Facility Design and Guidelines 100-Acre Corporate Office Park Master Plan Subarea 9 – Franklin Boulevard Guidelines

EOA Architects, PLLC

Nashville, Tennessee


TRACEY FORD, AIA, LEED® AP Registration / Affiliations Registered Architect, State of Tennessee American Institute of Architects, Middle Tennessee Chapter USGBC LEED Accredited Professional Middle Tennessee Young Architects Forum Professional Activities USGBC, Middle Tennessee Chapter, Board of Directors Nashville Emerging Leaders Group Tennessee Women in Science and Technology Volunteer International Academy of Design - Interior Design Jury – 2008 – Present East Nashville Jewelry Guild

Education Centre College, Danville, Kentucky Bachelor of Science, Major in Mathematics 1993 Master of Architecture Georgia Institute of Technology, College of Architecture 1997 Personality Loves the point where math meets emotion in design – creative, passionate, invested Enjoys Adding a bit of funk and delight to efficiency and function, pilates and yoga, traveling abroad, jewelry design

Professional Experience Tracey distinguished herself in graduate school by placing third in the international design competition - the Paris Prize for Public Architecture. At EOA Architects, she continued nationwide design excellence as a BMW & MINI field designer. Tracey led in the design and launch of a new BMW CenterNet website accessed by all dealers and BMW corporate nationwide. The challenge included selection and design of material construction elements and architectural branding requirements for BMW dealerships. She was the project design architect for over 18 dealerships across the nation. Tracey’s local designs have focused on highprofile public projects for Metro Parks and Recreation, including the East Park Community Center and the Three Nature Centers project – all award winning. Sustainability in projects is a critical focus for Tracey. She shares sustainability concepts with the larger community as a Board member of the USGBC Middle TN and teaching LEED AP classes for the wider architectural/engineering community. Representative Projects EOA Architects PLLC Nashville, Tennessee, 1998-Present Project Architect/Team Leader Major projects include: Shelby Park Master Plan Shelby Bottoms Nature Center Beaman Park Nature Center Bells Bend Nature Center East Academy Master Plan BMW North America – nationwide projects MINI USA – nationwide projects Hendersonville Public Library East Park Community Center Vanderbilt University – Owen Graduate School of Management St. Andrew’s-Sewanee School

EOA Architects PLLC

Nashville, Tennessee


CORE GROUP

HAWKINS PARTNERS Nashville, TN

Role: Local Landscape Architecture Hawkins Partners, Inc (HPI) is a landscape architecture and planning firm located in the heart of downtown Nashville. The firm began in 1986. HPI provides expertise in urban design, master planning, sustainable design, heritage planning, environmental graphics, parks and greenway design and bicycle and pedestrian planning. The firm currently has a staff of 11 people, including 8 registered landscape architects and 4 LEED accredited professionals. Gary Hawkins, Principal Gary is a founding Principal in the firm and holds degrees from the University of Tennessee and Louisiana State University. With over twenty five years of dedicated leadership in the firm and a breadth of urban design and landscape architectural project experience, Gary helps to guide the talents of an award winning design studio now recognized across the Southeast for innovative and sustainable land planning and landscape architectural solutions. He is an inspired proponent of Nashville’s downtown, preservation, sustainable development, good urbanism, and smart growth principles and continues to help shape public support for community-building. Gary will serve as the principal-in-charge for HPI.

Brian Phelps, Associate Brian will serve as HPI’s project manager. He has over 15 years of experience in landscape architecture and planning and has been with HPI for 10 years. He has been project manager for the Nashville Riverfront Master Plan, Cumberland River Master Plan, and the Rolling Mill Infrastructure Improvements.

Sara Putney, Project Manager Sara is a project manager and registered landscape architect in the State of Tennessee with several years of experience designing and managing a range of commercial, residential and recreation projects. In addition to specializing in park and recreation design, greenways, and environmental graphics, Sara is also skilled in GIS, visual arts and graphic design. She holds a distinguished degree in landscape architecture from Michigan State University with a specialization in Environmental Studies. Sara is a member of ASLA and an accredited LEED 2.2 professional.

Chris Whitis, Designer Chris is a skilled designer, urban planner and photographer with a focus on environmental quality in the built environment. His experience is highlighted with several large-scale urban planning and design projects, as well as modern residential design. He is a strong supporter of alternative and public transportation, and an active participant in Nashville’s urban design dialog. Chris is a graduate of Ball State University, with a Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture. He is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism and a registered landscape architect in the State of Tennessee.

Relevant projects: Nashville Riverfront Master Plan, Nashville, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) Shelby Street Pedestrian Bridge, Nashville, TN Nashville Public Square, Nashville, TN Schermerhorn Symphony Center, Nashville, TN Tennessee Titans Stadium/LP Field, Nashville, TN Cumberland River Greenway Master Plan


Hawkins Partners, Inc.

Gary Hawkins

Resume

ASLA Principal

Gary is a founding Principal in the firm and holds degrees from the University of Tennessee and Louisiana State University. With over twenty five years of dedicated leadership in the firm and a breadth of urban design and landscape architectural project experience, Gary helps to guide the talents of an award winning design studio of twelve professionals now recognized across the Southeast for innovative and sustainable land planning and landscape architectural solutions. He is an inspired proponent of preservation, sustainable development, good urbanism, and smart growth principles and continues to help shape public support for community-building.

Principal Founding Principal of Hawkins Partners, Inc., 1986

Professional Registration State of Alabama, registration no. 279 State of Tennessee, registration no. 359 State of Mississippi, registration no. 253 State of Ohio, registration no. 165 State of Georgia, registration no. 977 State of Virginia, registration no. 0406 000384

Selected Current Organizations American Society of Landscape Architects. Member Urban Land Institute. Member, 2007 - Present The DISTRICT Organization. Board of Directors, 1993 - Present Metro Historic Zoning Commission. Board of Directors, 1993 - Present

Education Louisiana State University, School of Landscape Architecture, Master of Landscape Architecture, 1982 University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Bachelor of Science in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design, first in class, 1978

Selected Previous Experience Associate Landscape Architect Nimrod Long and Associates, Inc. Birmingham, AL, 1983-1986 Landscape Architect Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannnon, Nashville, TN, 1982-1983

Selected Project Experience Nashville Riverfront Master Plan, Nashville, TN Downtown Greenway Master Plan, Nashville, TN Sounds Ballpark, Nashville, TN Public Square, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Infrastructure, Nashville, TN Cumberland River Greenway Master Plan, Nashville, TN Metro Nashville/Davidson Co. Parks and Greenways Master Plan, Davidson Co., TN 105 Broadway, Suite 100 • Nashville, Tennessee 37201 • Phone 615.255.5218 • Fax 615.254.1424 • www.hawkinspartners.com


Hawkins Partners, Inc.

Brian Phelps

Resume

ASLA Associate

Brian is a forward-thinking, creative designer who consistently pursues innovative strategies and promotes new technologies. An HPI associate, he specializes in mixed-use developments, green roof design, sustainable site strategies and bicycle and pedestrian facilities. Brian is an accomplished photographer, an active member of several professional organizations, and an advocate for alternative transportation and thoughtful urban design. Brian holds a distinguished degree in landscape architecture from Ohio State University. He is a registered landscape architect in the State of Tennessee and a LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional.

Associate Associate in the firm of Hawkins Partners, Inc., 1998 - Present

Professional Registration State of Tennessee, registration no. 615 USGBC LEED 2.0 Accredited Professional

Selected Current Organizations American Society of Landscape Architects. Member, 1995 - Present Urban Land Institute, Member, 2008 - Present US Green Building Council, Middle TN Programming Chairperson, 2008 - Present Nashville Emerging Leaders (NEL), Class of 2009 Transit Now, Founding Member, 2008 - Present TN Chapter of ASLA, President, 1996 - 1998 TN Chapter of ASLA, Middle TN Chair, 1995 - 1996 ReLeaf Nashville, Post-Tornado Reforestation Plan Community Design Team, 1996 - 1998

Education Ohio State University, Columbus, OH Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture, cum laude, 1989 - 1993 Tongji University, Shanghai, China Ohio State University Summer Quarter Study Abroad Program, 1993

Selected Previous Experience Planner RM Plan Group, Nashville, TN, 1993-1998

Selected Project Experience Nashville Riverfront Master Plan, Nashville, TN LP Field/East Bank Greenway, Nashville, TN Sounds Ballpark, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Master Plan, Nashville, TN Nashville/Davidson Co. Parks and Greenway Master Plan, Nashville, TN Cumberland River Greenway Master Plan, Nashville, TN

105 Broadway, Suite 100 • Nashville, Tennessee 37201 • Phone 615.255.5218 • Fax 615.254.1424 • www.hawkinspartners.com


Hawkins Partners, Inc.

Sara Putney

ASLA

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Landscape Architect Designer Sara is a project manager and registered landscape architect in the State of Tennessee with several years of experience designing and managing a range of commercial, residential and recreation projects. In addition to specializing in park and recreation design, greenways, and environmental graphics, Sara is also skilled in GIS, visual arts and graphic design. She holds a distinguished degree in landscape architecture from Michigan State University with a specialization in Environmental Studies. Sara is a member of ASLA and an accredited LEED 2.2 professional.

Landscape Architect Designer Landscape Architect Designer in the firm of Hawkins Partners, Inc., 2003 - Present

Professional Registration State of Tennessee, registration no. 785 USGBC LEED 2.2 Accredited Professional

Selected Current Organizations American Society of Landscape Architects. Member, 2003 - Present Landscape Architecture Club, 1998 - 2002 SIGMA Lambda Alpha, 2002

Education Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with a Specialization in Environmental Studies, 2002

Selected Previous Experience Landscape Architect I Lake County Forest Preserve District, Grayslake, IL 2002-2003

Selected Project Experience Public Square, Nashville, TN Historic Shelby Bridge Restoration, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Infrastructure, Nashville, TN Shelby Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN Richland Creek Greenway, Nashville, TN Warner Park, Nashville, TN Richland Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN Bellevue Greenway, Nashville, TN Hendersonville Master Plan, Hendersonville, TN White Bridge Renovation, Nashville, TN

105 Broadway, Suite 100 • Nashville, Tennessee 37201 • Phone 615.255.5218 • Fax 615.254.1424 • www.hawkinspartners.com


Hawkins Partners, Inc.

Chris Whitis

ASLA

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Landscape Architect Designer Chris is a skilled designer, urban planner and photographer with a focus on environmental quality in the built environment. His experience is highlighted with several largescale urban planning and design projects, as well as modern residential design. He is a strong supporter of alternative and public transportation, and an active participant in Nashville’s urban design dialog. Chris is a graduate of Ball State University, with a Bachelors degree in Landscape Architecture. He is a member of the Congress for the New Urbanism and a registered landscape architect in the State of Tennessee.

Landscape Architect Designer Landscape Architect Designer in the firm of Hawkins Partners, Inc., 2003 - Present

Professional Registration State of Tennessee, registration no. 817

Selected Current Organizations Congress for the New Urbanism. Member, 2004 - Present

Education Ball State University, Munice, IN Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, 2003

Selected Project Experience Public Square, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Infrastructure, Nashville, TN Rolling Mill Hill Greenway, Nashville, TN Sounds Ballpark, Nashville, TN Pinnacle at Symphony Place, Nashville, TN Deaderick Streetscape, Nashville, TN Green Infrastructure Master Plan, Nashville, TN

105 Broadway, Suite 100 • Nashville, Tennessee 37201 • Phone 615.255.5218 • Fax 615.254.1424 • www.hawkinspartners.com


CORE GROUP

KENNEDY COULTER RUSHING WATSON Chattanooga, TN

Role: Public Participation Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson is a group of professionals whose passion and vocation is the revitalization of downtowns as a first step toward building healthy and sustainable cities. With collectively over a century of experience in the design and planning of urban spaces, KCRW has a reputation for helping cities reinvent themselves through visionary plans based on sound principles that emerge from the collective wisdom and identity of their citizens. In addition, we are known for moving beyond planning to effective and determined implementation.

Ann Coulter, Principal Ann has more than 20 years experience in the public and private sectors creating and leading participatory planning process and turning plans in to completed projects. A founding principal with KCRW, she has led citizen input processes for the firm in Nashville, Knoxville and Memphis and was project manager for the Kingsport Landing Master Plan.

Jim Kennedy, President Jim is the President of Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson. His specialty with KCRW is planning and conducting public and private citizen input and strategic planning processes. He led the public relations and marketing campaigns for the Chattanooga Do

Stroud Watson, Principal 40 years of work has garnered international recognition. A founding principal of KCRW, his work with the firm includes providing peer urban design review to downtown and waterfront projects in Knoxville and Nashville, and urban design direction in Knoxville, Kingsport and Memphis, TN.

Relevant projects Knoxville South Waterfront Plan ,Knoxville, TN, (with Hargreaves Associates) Kingsport Landing ,Kingsport, TN Nashville Riverfront Concept Plan, Nashville, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) Cumberland Avenue Corridor Study, Knoxville, TN 21st Century Waterfront Plan, Chattanooga, TN (with Hargreaves Associates)


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James O. Kennedy Principal, Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson, LLC. Chattanooga, TN Bachelor’s in English Literature, Hamilton College, New York Years of experience: 20 Relevant Project Experience: • Cumberland River Redevelopment Plan – Nashville, TN 2007 • Knoxville South Waterfront Plan – Knoxville, TN 2007 • Kingsport Landing Master Plan – Kingsport, TN 2007 Licensure: None Project Role/Responsibility: Assist with citizen engagement and stakeholder consultation/communication. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE President, Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson, Chattanooga, TN. 2001 - Present Established as Kennedy & Associates in 2001, the firm specializes in strategic planning for cities and the organizations, institutions and associations that they comprise. KCRW’s client list includes urban redevelopment initiatives, universities, independent and public schools, tourism associations, cultural institutions and other non-profit organizations. Chief Executive Officer, Chattanooga Area Chamber of Commerce/Chamber Foundation, Chattanooga 1998 - 2001 As CEO of the 125-year old Chamber, managed the organization’s mandated transition from a member services association to an economic development agency. Achievements include: •

Directed the Chamber’s partnership with Harvard Business School Professor Michael E. Porter in creating the Chattanooga Regional Growth Initiative, an eightcounty growth plan projected to deliver $1,000,000,000 in regional investment in the first five years.

Enlisted project participation from regional businesses, governments, and economic development organizations.

Launched the first cooperative Chamber/private sector funding campaign for economic development in fifteen years, targeting $3,000,000 in private contributions over three years.

Directed and coached the Chamber’s multi-location staff in supporting the initiative while continuing routine operations.

Restored financial stability, moving from $160,000 deficit to balanced budget P&L in three years.


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President, Chattanooga Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, Chattanooga 1992 - 1998 Directing a multi-level professional staff, united area visitor attractions in a joint marketing program that increased external funding and elevated Chattanooga as a business and tourism destination. Achievements include: •

Established a consistent funding stream for the CVB from assignment of lodging tax revenues, through negotiation and agreement with the County Board of Commissioners.

Established a private co-op advertising program that saw revenues grow by 168% over six years; Developed a partnership with the Tennessee Department of Tourism to assist in funding for CVB marketing programs, which increased 150% over six years.

Created the first East Tennessee marketing co-op to fund and implement regional marketing strategies.

Directed the construction of a magnet Visitors’ Center on the river, near the destination Chattanooga Aquarium.

Presided over a tourism collaboration that earned Chattanooga the designation as one of America’s top ten destinations for a family vacation (Family Fun Magazine).

Executive Director – Chattanooga Downtown Partnership, Chattanooga 1990 - 1992 Created the Chattanooga Downtown Partnership, a division of the RiverCity Company, as a singular agency to animate, beautify, and promote the Chattanooga downtown area surrounding the new, multi-million dollar Aquarium, while continuing as Public Relations Director for the parent company. Achievements include: •

Secured foundation funding for first three years, created marketing materials and hired staff to implement the Downtown Animation Plan.

Enlisted the downtown retail community in support of the Partnership, growing active participation from 5 merchants to more than 50 in two years.

In its first two years, the Partnership effectively brought downtown merchants, building owners and public services together to begin the downtown revitalization that has been chronicled around the globe and now serves as a model for urban renaissance.

Director of Public Relations, RiverCity Company, Chattanooga 1988 - 1992 Developed and implemented the public relations campaign for the pre-opening of the Tennessee Aquarium and related riverfront development. Achievements include: • Established an integrated message for promotion of Chattanooga riverfront development, including the world’s first freshwater aquarium, and the design and development of the adjacent Ross’s Landing Park and Plaza – a unique collaboration among landscape architects, urban designers and artists – and additional RiverCity projects.


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Developed and directed state-wide and national media relations surrounding the projects.

Represented RiverCity on community boards, including the Convention & Visitors’ Bureau, the Center City Corporation, and the Chattanooga News Bureau Marketing Action Team.

Various Management and Creative Positions, Miller-Reid Advertising, Chattanooga 1979- 1988 Creative Director: 1982 – 1988; Copywriter: 1981; Account Executive: 1979 - 1980. In progressively more responsible positions, I helped the Agency grow into what became Tennessee’s largest agency in billings. Director of Training – Houston Coca-Cola Bottling Company, Houston, TX 1977 - 1979 Designed, implemented, and delivered training for front-line personnel, including route truck drivers, forklift operators, telephone sales personnel, and front-line supervisors. English and Drama Teacher – Baylor School, Chattanooga, TN 1974 - 1977 Developed curriculum and taught grades 7 through 12 in English literature, Shakespeare, and contemporary drama, and directed the theater program, staging two major productions annually; coached soccer.

EDUCATION BA, English Literature, Hamilton College, Clinton, NY – 1974

PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS American Chamber of Commerce Executives, 1998-2001 Baylor School Parent Alliance Board of Directors 2006-2007 Baylor School Annual Fund Parents Campaign (Chair) 2006-2007 Catholic Charities of Chattanooga Board of Directors, 1998-2005 Chattanooga Center City Corporation Board of Directors, 1988-1991 (Chair, 1991) Chattanooga Symphony & Opera Association Board of Directors, 1991-1996 Chattanooga Theatre Centre Board of Directors, 1984-1993 Community Research Council Board of Directors, 2004-2008 Greater Chatta Sports & Events Committee Board of Directors, 1993-Present (Chair 2008-10) Hunter Museum of Art Board of Trustees, 2001-2007, volunteer 2008-present International Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus, 1992-1998 Memorial Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees 2007-Present Partners in Education Volunteer, Howard Elementary School, 2000-2003 Read20 Volunteer 2007-Present Rotary Club of Chattanooga Member 1992-Present Rotary Club Board of Directors 2007-08 Southeast Tennessee Job Placement Consortium volunteer 2000-Present St. Jude Church Stewardship Committee 1998-2000 St. Peter’s Episcopal School Board of Trustees, 2005-Present (President 2008-09)


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Tennessee Association of Convention & Visitors Bureaus Board of Directors, 1994-1998 Tennessee River Gorge Trust Board of Directors, 1989-1992 Tennessee Tourism Roundtable Board of Directors, 1995-1998 Tivoli/Auditorium Promotions Association, 1989-1993 Trust for Public Land, Chattanooga Advisory Council, 2004-2006


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Ann Coulter Principal, Kennedy Coulter Rushing & Watson, LLC. Chattanooga, TN Master of Arts in Political Science, University of Missouri Loeb Fellow in Advance Environmental Design, Harvard Graduate School of Design Years experience: 30 Relevant Project Experience: • Cumberland River Redevelopment Plan – Nashville, TN 2007 • Knoxville South Waterfront Plan – Knoxville, TN 2007 • Kingsport Landing Master Plan – Kingsport, TN 2007 Licensure: None Project Role/Responsibility: Lead on citizen engagement and stakeholder consultation/communication Professional Experience 2005 – Present Principal, Kennedy Coulter Rushing and Watson, LLC. Chattanooga, Tennessee A strategic and urban planning and design firm. Since inception of the firm, which has among its principals over 100 years of experience in planning and design, Ann Coulter has led citizen input processes associated with Knoxville’s South Waterfront Plan and Nashville’s Cumberland River Waterfront Master Plan. The firm provided planning, urban design and citizen participation expertise for the 2007 study of the Knoxville’s downtown Cumberland Avenue Corridor. Ann was project manager for the Kingsport Waterfront Master Plan. Ann also led a multidisciplinary design team in creating an Urban Design Plan for the Main Street District in Chattanooga in 2007. This is now the city’s most rapidly revitalizing multicultural district. The State of Tennessee contracted with KCRW to complete a feasibility study for the creation of a statewide heritage craft center in 2008. Coulter serves as the first Turley Fellow at the University of Memphis to advance high quality redevelopment of the University District. And she recently created a statewide professional advisory group for the University of Memphis City and Regional Planning Program. She is currently working for a local foundation to create a school centered revitalization plan for a historically minority community in South Chattanooga. 2000 – 2005

RiverCity Company Chattanooga, Tennessee Chattanooga’s private, non-profit downtown development firm. Created in 1986 to lead downtown revitalization efforts, it completed a five year strategic plan that included opening the 21st Century Waterfront, a $120 million set of public and private improvements to Chattanooga’s downtown waterfront. Executive Vice President. • Led planning process for redesign of Riverfront Parkway; four lane limited access highway separating downtown from the Tennessee River. • Led 21st Century Waterfront planning process for redevelopment of 129 acres of public and private improvements along the downtown waterfront. • Coordinated planning and implementation effort to create two new downtown public elementary schools as part of strategy to bring residents back to downtown. • Co-instructor for graduate course on The Regional City, Harvard Design School, winter 2004.


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1995 – 2000

Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency Chattanooga, Tennessee Regional long-range land use and transportation planning agency for eleven local governments. Operating entity of the Urban Design Studio. Executive Director • Led planning process for local compliance with Tennessee’s growth planning legislation resulting in long range growth boundaries for all local municipalities, 1999. • Created and led Futurescape ’96, a countywide public planning process. More than 2000 citizens participated in a Visual Preference Survey and written survey to establish community preferences for land use development. • Created the Transportation Design Institute, 1997, a yearlong series of workshops and presentations to raise the level of understanding and appreciation for creative transportation approaches to growth and development. Presenters included Walter Kulash, Allan Jacobs and Earl Blumenauer. • Led Imagine Eastgate, May 1998, a community planning process to reinvigorate an inner ring suburban mall. Project received national award from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Consultants: Dover, Kohl and Partners, Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin Lopez Reinhart, Inc. • Led corridor study for four-mile section of interstate highway in Chattanooga to develop more urban alternatives to state widening plan. Consultants: Parsons Brinkerhoff Quade and Douglas, and Glatting Jackson Kercher Anglin Lopez Reinhart, Inc. • Developed the City’s first landscape ordinance and mixed-use urban development zone.

1993 – 1995

City of Chattanooga, Office of Economic and Community Development Chattanooga, Tennessee Director • Established community review process for distribution of Community Development Block Grants. • Created M. L. King District Task Force to use stakeholder input for a central city historic district development plan. Recommendations resulted in changing the major downtown one-way street pair into two-way boulevards. • Led office from being low to high performing according to HUD standards.

1988-1993

Consultant Chattanooga, Tennessee Providing grant writing, strategic planning, fundraising, and program evaluation services. Clients included; City of Chattanooga, Siskin Memorial Foundation, Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Chattanooga State Technical Community College, other local agencies and educational institutions.

1979 – 1988

Southeast Tennessee Private Industry Council Chattanooga, Tennessee Management Information System Director Created multi-county service delivery system for a new agency established by federal legislation for youth services and adult job development and training.


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Education 1975

Bachelor of Science, Political Science and Sociology. Graduated cum laude. Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN.

1978

Master of Arts, Political Science. Supporting fields in anthropology and Russian. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

2003-2004

Loeb Fellow, Harvard Graduate School of Design. Cambridge, MA

Service and Recognition 2008

Appointed to four-state Tennessee Tombigbee Waterway Authority by Gov. Phil Bredesen of Tennessee

2006

Named first Turley Fellow for Urban Revitalization at the University of Memphis. Three year appointment for advancing the district revitalization goals of the University’s urban campus.

2005

Named a Leadership Faculty Fellow for the University of Chattanooga Doctorate in Learning and Leadership.

2003-2004

Named one of ten international recipients of Loeb Fellowship. Two-semester fellowship at the Harvard Design School, Cambridge, MA, awarded on an annual basis to leading midcareer professionals in the fields of planning, design and urban revitalization.

2000 – 2002

Member of the first Tennessee Valley Authority Regional Resource Stewardship Council. One of 20 members from seven states under the Federal Advisory Committee Act to advise TVA on its resource stewardship responsibilities. Chairperson of Public Lands Committee.

1994 – 2006

Founding Board Member of Chattanooga Women’s Leadership Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the number of female leaders throughout the community. President 2005-6.

1995 – 1996

Chattanooga’s participant in two-year strategic planning process, “In Pursuit of Livability,” sponsored by HUD and Partners for Livable Communities.

Organizations Member of the Board of Directors for: • Women’s Fund of Greater Chattanooga, first Board Chair • Women’s Leadership Institute, past-President • Tennessee Land Trust, Southeast Region Member of: • American Planning Association, Urban Design and Preservation Division • Tennessee Chapter of American Planning Association

Presentations & Publications 2/09

Article: Number, Inc. Independent Arts Journal, “Public Art and Cultural Heritage”


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9/08

Presentation, National Assembly of State Arts Agencies, Chattanooga Tennessee: Collaborative Economic Revitalization.

6/08

Chattanooga Times Free Press, Guest Editorial, “A Brazilian City on the Move”

5/08

Presenter and Consultant: Urban Revitalization Planning Sessions funded by World Bank and City of Betim, Brazil. “Models for Citizen Involvement in Revitalization, Betim, Brazil.

9/07

Presenter, Panelist, Tennessee American Planning Association Conference, Memphis, Tennessee. The University of Memphis as an Anchor Institution.

4/07

Convener and Panelist at University of Memphis Symposium: Urban Design and Placemaking: A Dialogue for Change, author of Symposium report.

5/06

“Conversion of Riverfront Parkway,” Presentation at Georgia Tech Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, Transportation Design for Communities, Atlanta GA.

5/06

“One Road,” premier of documentary short film on Cherokee public art project in Chattanooga, producer and writer, The Soul of Place Conference at Harvard Design School, Cambridge MA.

4/06

“Rebirth of Downtown Waterfronts,” Presentation at National Conference of the American Planning Association, San Antonio, TX.

4/06

“The Leadership of Placemaking,” Presentation at Leadership Luncheon Series, Memphis TN.

3/06

“Redeveloping Baton Rouge, The Challenge”, Presentation Bruner-Loeb Forum, Baton Rouge, LA.

8/05

“Chattanooga, A City Built To Music”, Presentation, Tennessee Chapter of the American Institute of Architects, Nashville, TN.

4/04

“Citizen Inclusion and Social Change.” Presentation, Harvard Design School, Cambridge, MA.

2/04

“The Loeb Fellowship, Planning and Design at Harvard.” American Planning Association, Urban Design and Preservation News, Vol. 2004, No.2.

10/03

“The Power of Change in a Mid-sized City.” Presentation, Harvard Design School, Cambridge, MA.


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Stroud Watson Principal, Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson, LLC. Chattanooga, TN Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania Years of Experience: 40+ Relevant Project Experience: • Cumberland River Redevelopment Plan - Nashville, TN 2007 • Knoxville South Waterfront Plan – Knoxville, TN 2007 • Kingsport Landing Master Plan – Kingsport, TN 2007 Licensure: None Project Role/Responsibility: Peer review in Urban Design and Planning Professional Experience Principal, Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson, a strategic and urban planning and design firm, the principals of which have over 100 years of experience in planning and design. Urban Design Consultant on Chattanooga’s Riverfront, as well as on numerous previous projects and as the recipient of numerous awards in Urban Design, Mr. Watson is eminently qualified to consult on waterfront projects. Recent related projects (including the Chattanooga project) are: Consultant to Tennessee Aquarium for Phase II of Development. A 3-D IMAX Theatre/Office Building opened 5/96. Provided leadership and conducted a state-wide competition for selection of the architect. Consultant to City of Florence, Alabama, 1993-1995. Serving on the Heritage Riverwalk Commission. Ross’s Landing Park and Plaza, Chattanooga, Tennessee,1989. A Park Plaza Committee was formed by the City, County and The RiverCity Company to oversee the programming, design and implementation of the Ross’s Landing Park and Plaza, which also contains the Tennessee Aquarium. Mr. Watson was the Design Director of the project. EDAW and SITE were chosen as the Project Team. Completed Schematic Design in August, 1989; project opened to the public simultaneously with the Tennessee Aquarium in May, 1992. National Endowment for the Arts Program - Pride in Place, New Bern, North Carolina, 1987-88. Project Team Leader for Urban Design Framework and Implementation Strategy. Report presented in Autumn, 1987. Recommendations were accepted by the City. Resulted in an RFP for 9 blocks, including 6 blocks on the waterfront. Mr. Watson continues to advise the Swiss Bear Development Corporation. The Tennessee Aquarium, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1987. Design Director working directly with the Architect C7A through design development. Project opened to the public in May, 1992. River Edge Park Urban Design Framework, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1986. The Urban Design Consultancy prepared for The RiverCity Company - a Master Plan for Ross’s Landing - the first approved plan for the waterfront. Tennessee Riverpark Master Plan, Chattanooga, 1985. In conjunction with Carr, Lynch Associates, Inc.; several phases of the plan have been completed and new phases are in design and construction. Miller Plaza, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1984-86. Design Consultant for the City and the Lyndhurst Foundation with Koetter, Kim & Associates, Boston. Design implementation of Miller Plaza was completed in 1988.


Stroud Watson Page 2 of 4 Miller Park District Urban Design Guidelines, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1982-1985. Developed in association with Koetter, Kim & Associates for the heart of the city. A Master Plan for a 5-block mixed-use development including approximately 500,000 square feet of office, 100,000 square feet of commercial and 150 housing units. Moccasin Bend Task Force, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1982-1985. Formulated the Brief, RFP’s, and worked directly with Carr, Lynch & Associates in preparation of the Tennessee Riverpark Master Plan, a public park and economic growth structure along 22 miles of the Tennessee River at Chattanooga. Milton Keynes, England, 1975-1981. Coordinator of City Planning, Design & Implementation. Specifically produced in the Urban Design Unit, City Structure, a critique of the City to date and a set of principles to guide its future.

Education 1965 Master of Architecture, University of Pennsylvania 1960 Bachelor of Architecture, University of Illinois with Honors

Professional Practice – Architecture/Urban Design 2005 Consultant, The RiverCity Company (Downtown Development) 2005 Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson, LLC 1990-2005 Director, Planning & Design Studio 1984 Director, Urban Design Consultancy, Chattanooga, Tennessee 1993-1995 Consultant, City of Florence, Alabama River Heritage Commission 1994 Board Member/Founder Cornerstones, Inc. (Historic Preservation) 1995 University of Arkansas Housing Charrette 1994-1995 Faculty/Mayors Institute on Urban Design (Southeast) 1993/94/95 Southern Design Arts Task Force (Southern Arts Federation) 1979-1982 Coordinator of City Design, Planning & Implementation, Milton Keynes, England (A New Town) 1975-1979 Senior Architect, Urban Design Director, Milton Keynes, England (A New Town) 1974-1975 Senior Design Associate, Charles R. Sutton & Assoc., AIA, Honolulu, Hawaii 1971-1974 Principal Partner & Founder, Design & Planning, Interisland Architects & Planners, Castries, St. Lucia 1967 Urban Design Consultant, Tucson Planning Authority, Tucson, AZ 1966-1969 Own Environmental Design Practice, Tucson, Arizona 1965 Design Advisor, Vincent Kling & Assoc., Philadelphia, PA 1962 Designer, Perkins & Will Partnership, Chicago, Illinois

Teaching 1984-2002 Professor of Architecture, University of Tennessee 1981 Director of Urban Design Studio, UT School of Architecture 1992/96 Visiting Professor, Cracow University of Technology, Poland 1985-1986 Chairman of Board of Advisors, UT School of Architecture 1981-1983 Associate Professor of Architecture, University of Tennessee 1971 Advisor to United Nations Architectural Education Program; Castries, St. Lucia 1968 Senior Architecture Critic, 5th Year Graduate Curriculum, University of Arizona 1965-1967 Assistant Professor of Architecture, University of Arizona 1963-1994 Head Lecturer, 2nd Year Architecture Design, University of Illinois Visiting Lecturer/Design Critic - University of Hawaii; Washington State University; University of Southern California; University of North Carolina, Charlotte; California Institute of Technology; Oxford Polytechnic, Oxford, England; Urban Design Institute, London, England; University of Virginia; Georgia Institute of Technology; Seaside Institute, Seaside, Florida.


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Publications 2002-2005 21st Century Waterfront Plan 2005 The Downtown Plan Chattanooga 2025 1995 South Central Business District Plan with Peter Calthorpe “Zero Emissions and More in Chattanooga Places, C. Saum 1994 Northshore Plan (including Coolidge Park) IMAX Competition, Competitions Magazine, Winter 1994 “Pardon Me Boy, Is that the Chattanooga Downtown Plan,” Town & Country (UK) “Building on Success,” Competitions Magazine “A New Wave of Aquarium Brings the Ocean Ashore,” Smithsonian 1993 Chattanooga Profile “The Power to Make Places” - National Endowment for the Arts Design Arts Program, Leslie Gallery Dilworth, FAIA 1992 “River Renaissance,” Southern Living 1986 2nd Annual International Conference Making Cities Livable, “Figural Space/Public Realm, Transformation of Downtown Chattanooga, June 11-14, Venice, Italy 1985 Urban Design Guidelines, City of Chattanooga, Volume I and II, July, Urban Design Consultancy in Association with Koetter, Kim & Associates 1983 “Transformation Before Innovation,” University of Tennessee Journal of Architecture, Volume 7, Winter 1984 1982 “Let’s Go Downtown Chattanooga,” Tennessee Architecture,Volume I, Fall 1982 1980 City Structure, MKDC, Lloyds Court, CMK, England 1977 City Future, 8 Year Implementation Strategy, MKDC, Wavendon, England

Relevant Architecture 2000 Crabtree Condo, Southside residence for Kristina and Tom, Chattanooga, Tennessee 2000 Cowart Place Townhomes, Chattanooga Neighborhood Enterprise, Chattanooga, Tennessee 1999 Jack’s Alley, Mixed Use Urban Intervention for Chattanooga Land Company, Chattanooga 1996 Bayside Intervention, a retreat for Brenda and Bill, Ono Island, Alabama 1995 Bluff Edge, a Residence for G.C. McLean, Signal Mt., TN 1992 Inner City Courtyard, a Residence for an Architect, an Artist and a Musician, Chattanooga 1991 Arcadia Revisited, a Residence for a Musician and Lawyer, Signal Mountain, TN 1989 Beside Waterside, a Cottage for Alice & Rick, Seaside, Florida 1988 Villa Equus, a Residence for the Dean of the UTK Veterinary College, Knoxville, Tennessee 1987 Our House, a Residence for Cynthia & Bryony, Signal Mountain, Tennessee 1985 Miller Plaza & Pavilion, Phase One of Miller Park District Guidelines with Koetter, Kim & Associates

Recognition 2009 2005 2001 1998 1997 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1995 1993

Professor Emeritus – University of Tennessee AIA Chattanooga Chapter Appreciation Award AIA Thomas Jefferson Award for Public Architecture APA/AICP Outstanding Planning Implementation Award, Tennessee Riverpark ACSA Distinguished Professor of Architecture Riverfront/Downtown Planning & Design Center, Presidential Award of Merit for Distinguished Service, Tennessee American Institute of Architects Chancellor’s Honor Award, Research and Creative Achievement Tennessee Higher Education Community Service Recognition Award Finalist for Building Communities of Opportunity - National Excellence Awards for City Summit (Habitat II) Great American Public Places/Tennessee Riverwalk, UI, New York West Virginia Annual Architectural Design Award Program Juror Award of Excellence for Comprehensive Planning by Tennessee Chapter of American Planning Association


Stroud Watson Page 4 of 4 1992 Scenic Cities Beautification Commission Award 1991 Design Innovation Grants Panel/National Endowment for the Arts 1990 Design for Housing Forum, Baltimore, Maryland, National Endowment for the Arts & American Architecture Foundation 1990 Fellow, Urban Design Institute 1989 Alabama AIA Annual Architectural Design Award Program Juror 1988 ACSA Faculty Design Award 1987 Presidential Award of Merit for Distinguished Service,Tennessee American Institute of Architects 1987 35th Annual Progressive Architecture Urban Design Award 1986 Fulbright Hays Fellowship; Architecture, Urban Design & Planning; New Delhi, India 1969 Plym Fellow in Architecture, University of Illinois 1964 Graduate Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania 1959-1960 Design Honors, University of Illinois 1959 Regional Paris Prize, Lloyd Warren Fellowship


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Christian Rushing, AICP LEED AP Principal, Kennedy Coulter Rushing & Watson, LLC. Chattanooga, TN Master of Community Planning, Auburn University Years experience: 10 Project Role/ Responsibility: Peer review in Urban Design and Planning • Cumberland River Redevelopment Plan – Nashville, TN 2007 • Knoxville South Waterfront Plan – Knoxville, TN 2007 • Kingsport Landing Master Plan – Kingsport, TN 2007 Licensure: AICP, LEED AP Professional Experience 2005- Present Kennedy, Coulter, Rushing & Watson- Principal Chattanooga, TN An urban planning and design firm with over 100 years of experience among its principals. Since the founding of the firm I have served as a principal for projects including the Kingsport Landing riverfront plan, the Cumberland Avenue Urban Design Plan in Knoxville, TN, and facility planning for the State of Tennessee Heritage Craft Center, I was heavily involved in plan implementation in LaGrange, GA, and have been responsible for design and maintenance of the public input website for the Knoxville South Waterfront planning effort.

2005- Present Private Development- Building Designer, Developer Chattanooga, TN Outside of my work with my namesake firm, I have designed and served as developer of a residential development in downtown Chattanooga. The Madison Street development produced Tennessee’s first LEED Platinum homes. The homes also garnered the award for “Green Development of the Year” in 2008 from the Tennessee chapter of the American Planning Association. I am also the designer and a development partner for a LEED for Homes certified townhome development.

2001- 2005 Chattanooga Downtown Planning & Design Studio- Senior Planner/Urban Designer In this position I was responsible for numerous urban design studies and written design guidelines. My work included the Award-winning Chattanooga Downtown Plan and the $120 million 21st Century Waterfront Plan which was completed in 2005. I was also responsible for making presentations to various boards, community groups, and elected officials. I made extensive use of computer software including MAYA, SketchUp, AutoCad, Adobe Creative Suite, and ArcView. 1999-2001 Chattanooga/Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency- Senior Planner In my capacity as Senior Planner I was responsible for a broad range of planning activities that occur in a Metropolitan planning agency. I was responsible for helping to produce our response to the state mandated Urban Growth Plan. I also produced conceptual designs for a number of streetscape and neighborhood parks. This organization also serves as Chattanooga’s TPO, and in that capacity I worked on the long-range transportation plan for the County. On a monthly basis


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   I made recommendations to the Planning Commission regarding zoning and subdivision requests. Education 1998 Master of Community Planning Auburn University, Auburn, AL 1996 Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Design The University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM Organization & Affiliations American Institute of Certified Planners LEED Accredited Professional American Planning Association-Chattanooga Chapter President 2001 Auburn Planning Student Association, President 1997 Awards & Recognition Green Development of the Year 2008 - Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association Plan of the year 2005 - Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association Winner of the Jefferson Heights Park Pavilion Design Competition, 2009


CORE GROUP

BARGE CAUTHEN & ASSOCIATES Nashville, TN

Role: Civil and Stormwater Engineering; Local Permitting Dan Barge III and John Cauthen founded Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc., (BC&A) in January of 1994 to provide civil engineering, architecture, planning, and management services to public and private sector clients. BC&A was founded on the principle of maintaining direct participation in each project by a principal of the firm to ensure the highest quality of service to our clients. The result of this foundation proved quite successful. BC&A is an information-based, task-oriented firm, driven by professional associates with a clearly-focused mission: to provide a cost-effective design focusing on our clients’ vision and development needs. In the 15 years that BC&A has been operating, they have participated in the design and/or planning of over 5,000 projects in Tennessee. Eighty-four percent of BC&A’s 2008 revenue was attributed to repeat business giving us a strong indication of our clients’ satisfaction that reinforces the belief in the founding principle of direct participation. Dan Barge III, PE, Principal Dan’s a licensed civil engineer, has over 30 years of experience in civil engineering, specializing in site planning and development of commercial, industrial, and residential projects. Mr. Barge’s career in civil engineering began at Barge, Waggoner, Sumner and Cannon in 1976 where he steadily progressed to surveyor, technician and finally, a client manager in 1985. Dan Barge III was named a vice president in 1992. His assignments have varied from being a field engineer at the 1982 World’s Fair in Knoxville, a design engineer contracted to Nissan Motor Manufacturing Corporation during their plant construction and startup, and client/project manager on civil engineering efforts of the $36 million Nashville Thermal Transfer Corporation expansion in 1984. Dan was also the project civil engineer for Nashville’s Riverfront Park Water Taxi Station that involved Section 404 permitting, as well as the 12 South Redevelopment Plan working in conjunction with Hawkins Partners, Inc.

Barry K. Quinn P.E., CFM, Senior Civil Engineer, Certified Floodplain Manager Mr. Quinn achieved his B.S., cum laude in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Technological University in 1984. He is a Professional Engineer registered in Tennessee, Ohio and Alabama, and is also a Certified Floodplain Manager (CFM). Barry also holds a professional surveyor’s license in Ohio (currently inactive). Barry began his employment in 2007 as Vice President with Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc. Prior to that, he was employed by Barge Waggoner Sumner and Cannon, Inc. in the Nashville and Ohio offices from 1978 through 2007 in various positions. His background includes over 30 years of consulting experience ranging from land surveying, construction inspection and design, to project management of a wide variety of project and client types. Specific technical capabilities include highway design, hydrology/ hydraulics, flood studies, dams, grading, water and sanitary sewer design and land surveying. Barry is currently a member of the Association of State Floodplain Managers (ASFPM), the Kiwanis Club Downtown Nashville and the American Society of Civil Engineers. He is married to Beth Quinn, who works as a Registered Nurse at Saint Thomas Hospital. They have two children, ages 20 and 17.

John Gore, P.E., LEED AP, Project Manager Mr. Gore achieved his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Tennessee Tech, Cookeville, Tennessee in 1998. He is a registered Professional Engineer (Tennessee No. 108856) and a LEED Accredited Professional. In 2001, John began his employment with Barge Cauthen & Associates, Inc. as a Project Engineer. John’s diverse experience in civil engineering includes large campus commercial developments, small urban style residential developments, industrial development and institutional projects. John was the project engineer on a $70 million project, The Hill Center in Green Hills which opened September 1, 2007. He also was the design engineer and project manager for the infrastructure and many of the sites in the Bedford Avenue Design Overlay, a 15-acre mixed use infill redevelopment in Nashville. This overlay included the Freeman-Webb office building, Tennessee’s first LEED Gold building. John specializes in mixed-use, urban infill and redevelopment projects and is LEED certified, providing owners with efficient, sustainable designs. Prior to his employment with Barge Cauthen & Associates, he was employed by Honeycutt Engineering, Inc. John is currently a member of the Urban Land Institute, the Nashville Chapter of USGBC, and the Tennessee and the Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers. He is married to Pippa Gore, who runs a cloth diaper delivery service. They have a 4 year old daughter and live in East Nashville.

Relevant projects: BICENTENNIAL GREENWAY LINK, Nashville, TN (with Hawkins Partners) EAST BANK LANDING-SHELBY STREET BRIDGE, Nashville, TN (with Hawkins Partners) LILY’S GARDEN (ADA ACCESSIBLE PLAYGROUND, Nashville, TN (with Hawkins Partners) FRANKLIN BICENTENNIAL PARK, Franklin TN 60-ACRE COMMUNITY PARK AND GREENWAYS TRAIL, Oneida, TN SOUTH INGLEWOOD PARK IMPROVEMENTS, Nashville, TN BLEDSOE CREEK STATE PARK – BIRDSONG NATURE TRAIL, Sumner County, TNBOARDWALK AND PARKING IMPROVEMENTS, BIG CYPRESS TREE STATE PARK, Greenfield, TN HILL CENTER AT GREEN HILLS, Nashville, TN


CORE GROUP

MOFFAT NICHOL Raleigh, NC

Role: Marine Engineering and Structures; Permitting Moffatt & Nichol (M&N) is a full service civil engineering design firm provide services in the following key areas of expertise: port and transportation planning; environmental planning; coastal and water resources engineering; and construction management, supervision, and inspection. M&N has completed feasibility studies, preliminary and final designs for nearly 2,500 waterfront projects worldwide, which have included marinas, small craft harbors, bulkheads, docks and wharves for recreation and commercial facilities. In recent years, M&N has become a leader in the engineering design of urban waterfront development projects. M&N is recognized throughout the world for its role in the development of coastal and inland urban, park and recreational waterfronts throughout the United States and the Caribbean. Because of our specialized expertise, we have consistently been invited to serve on the teams of the major waterfront planning and architecture firms for projects similar to the Nashville Riverfront Development. Jeff Shelden, PE Senior Marine Engineer Mr. Shelden has 25 years of experience serving as Structural/Coastal Engineer on a wide variety of commercial, military, and urban waterfront projects providing, in particular, fender and mooring system analysis and design. In addition to mooring and fender systems, his broad background includes planning and design of marinas, piers, bulkheads, shore protection, dredging, beach nourishment, railroad and crane rail replacement; determination of wind and wave loadings; computer modeling; structural analysis; field investigations; and surveying.

Tim Reid, PE Senior QA/QC/ Civil Engineer Mr. Reid has provided civil engineering services for a variety of urban waterfront and marina projects throughout the Eastern United States. His 25 years of civil engineering experience includes planning, design, and construction document preparation for a variety of projects such as stormwater management facilities, drainage systems, military & industrial pavements, site development, traffic staging and control, highways, utilities (water, sewer and fuel), and erosion control plans.

Peter Elkan, PE Project Manager/Marine Engineer Mr. Elkan has over 13 years of experience as a Marine Engineer working on a wide variety of urban waterfront and marina projects. His broad background covers the planning, design and preparation of planning documents for urban waterfronts and marinas including floating dock systems, piers, bulkheads, shore protection, and dredging, water quality analyses and the acquisition of permits from regulatory agencies. Mr. Elkan will serve as project manager for the Nashville Riverfront.

Patrick Grainey, PE Structural Engineer Since joining M&N in 1997, Mr. Graney’s experience includes project management, planning, inspection, design, cost estimating, construction document preparation and post-construction-award services for a variety of waterfront structure projects including piers, floating docks, wharves, bulkheads, crane beams, and bridges. As a certified diver, he regularly leads underwater/topside structural inspections conducted by M & N.

Mikele Winters, PE Structural Engineer Mr. Winters joined M&N in 1997 to provide structural engineering for waterfront and transportation structures. Since then he has provided inspection, planning, preliminary and final design, construction document preparation, bid support and post-constructionaward services for a variety of structures in commercial, military, civil works, and recreational projects.

Relevant projects: Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) North Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA Knoxville South Waterfront Redevelopment, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Little Rock, AR (with Hargreaves Associates) Point Pleasant Riverfront Park, Pt. Pleasant, WV New Orleans Riverfront Master Plan, LA (with Hargreaves Associates) General Motors World Headquarters Riverfront Plaza & Promenade (with Hargreaves Associates)


MOFFATT & NICHOL PETER J. ELKAN, P.E. Marine Engineer REGISTRATION: Professional Engineer:

North Carolina, (#24720), 2000, Exp. 12/31/09 Florida (#53153), 1999, Exp. 2/28/11

EDUCATION: M.S., Environmental Policy and Management, University of North Carolina, 2000 M.S., Coastal & Hydraulic Engineering: University of California, Berkeley, 1994 B.S., Civil Engineering: Union College, 1993. Graduated cum laude. EXPERIENCE: Mr. Elkan has over 13 years of experience as a Marine Engineer working on a wide variety of urban waterfront and marina projects. His broad background covers the planning, design and preparation of planning documents for urban waterfronts and marinas including floating dock systems, piers, bulkheads, shore protection, and dredging, water quality analyses and the acquisition of permits from regulatory agencies. • • •

Marina Planning and Engineering Design Hydrodynamic, Water Quality and Floodplain Analysis NEPA/SEPA Documentation

REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Alexandria Riverfront Master Plan and Schematic Design, Alexandria, VA. Project Manager and technical lead for M&N in support of planning and schematic design for the City of Alexandria Riverfront redevelopment. As a subcontractor to EDAW/AECOM, M&N completed a structural engineering conditions assessment of over 30,000 linear feet of shoreline treatment (bulkheads, sawalls), fixed piers and floating structures for public access and the marina. Peter lead meetings with Federal (USACE, EPA, USCG) and State (VDEQ, VMRC, VIMS) regulatory agencies to establish navigation and environmental permitting and design constraints along the Potomac River. Completed assessment of regional boating market, identifying trends in the boating market with regards to slip demand, vessel class/size, slip pricing, support facilities and amenities. M&N is continue to lead the conceptual and schematic design for marina, waterfront access and shoreline stabilization. Covington Riverfront Shoreline Protection, Covington, KY. Marine Engineering Representative for an interdisciplinary design team working on behalf of the City of Covington. In conjunction with an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant, the primary goal of the project is to develop a design strategy which will provide debris deflection and shoreline stabilization on the Ohio River while facilitating community use of approximately 2500 linear feet of riverfront in downtown Covington. As part of this effort develop and applied a Delft-3D hydrodynamic model to evaluate alternative debris deflection strategies and establish design criteria for shoreline stabilization. Design and Environmental Assessment for Marina & Industrial Park, Perquimans County, NC. Serving as Project Manager on behalf of the North Carolina State Department of Commerce, to complete conceptual and schematic design for a new inland marina, nearshore public marina and site


MOFFATT & NICHOL PETER J. ELKAN, P.E. Hydraulic/Coastal Engineer EXPERIENCE (continued): development of a marine industrial park. The marina will include a phased construction of up to 20 acre cut basin on approximately a 100 acre site. Managing the field investigations, conducting site analysis and overseeing the in support of the development of an Environmental Assessment (EA). Feasibility Study for Marina & Industrial Park, Horry County, SC. Worked on behalf of the Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development Corporation, to complete conceptual design evaluation for construction of a marine industrial park sited on the Waccamaw River in South Carolina. Developed conceptual design layout and coordinated economic evaluation of the potential development and benefits for siting of a boat building facility in Horry County, SC. Cumberland Riverfront Master Plan and Conceptual Design, Nashville, TN. Marine Engineering Representative for an interdisciplinary design team lead by an international landscape architectural firm. The goal of the project is to identify a planning strategy which will facilitate community redevelopment along the riverfront in downtown Nashville. The master plan addresses issues related to ecosystem restoration, shoreline preservation, commercial navigation, public water access, recreational boating, land use/zoning, and economic redevelopment. Knoxville Riverfront Urban Redevelopment Plan and Schematic Design, Knoxville, TN. As part of an urban redevelopment team, lead waterfront engineering during this project’s planning and design phases that examined alternatives to improve the South Knoxville waterfront (approximately 3 miles along the Tennessee River with existing commercial residential and industrial uses). Waterfront elements of the design included a pile supported riverwalk, boat access, pedestrian bridge and public transient slips and private marina. Mr. Elkan and the team worked closely with the USACE and Tennessee Valley Authority staff to identify permitting and regulatory constraints. Mr Elkan oversaw the development and application of a hydraulic model and worked towards securing a no-rise certification for the provides improvements. New Orleans Riverfront Master Plan and Conceptual Design, New Orleans, LA. Mr. Elkan served as a marine engineering representative for an interdisciplinary design team. The project is a joint effort with the Port of New Orleans and New Orleans Building Corporation. The scope is to develop a master plan vision for redevelopment of 4.5 miles of the city’s riverfront, stretching from Jackson Avenue to Poland Avenue. The master plan addresses issues related to transportation, commercial navigation, public water access, recreational boating, land use/zoning, and economic redevelopment. M&N is addressing specific concerns regarding the integration of cruise ship terminal facilities with other commercial and recreational waterfront uses. Baton Rouge Riverfront Master Plan and Conceptual Design, Baton Rouge, LA. Representative on an interdisciplinary design team tasked with developing an integrated conceptual design for consolidating public open spaces and coordinating public/private investment and development. Responsible for establishing marine navigation requirements and environmental management and ecosystem restoration design.


MOFFATT & NICHOL PATRICK R. GRANEY Structural Engineer REGISTRATION: Professional Engineer: Georgia, North Carolina EDUCATION: M.C.E., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering): North Carolina State University, 1997. B.S., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering): North Carolina State University, 1995. EXPERIENCE: Mr. Graney joined M&N following completion of his MCE from North Carolina State University in structural engineering in December 1997. Since joining M&N, Mr. Graney’s experience includes project management, planning, inspection, design, cost estimating, construction document preparation and post-construction-award services for a variety of waterfront structure projects including piers, floating docks, wharves, bulkheads, crane beams, and bridges. As a certified diver, he regularly leads underwater/topside structural inspections conducted by Moffatt & Nichol. His master’s degree studies involved concrete, steel, and wood structure analysis/design and included finite element analysis, structural dynamics and foundation engineering. Representative waterfront structure experience includes: Covington Riverfront Shoreline Protection, Covington, KY. Marine structural engineering representative for design team working on behalf of the City of Covington. Developed conceptual design for floating and fixed piled supported waterfront structures that for range of water level and dynamic loading conditions from normal pool to flood (40 feet above normal pool) conditions. In conjunction with an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant, the primary goal of the project is to develop a design strategy which will provide debris deflection and shoreline stabilization on the Ohio River while facilitating community use of approximately 2500 linear feet of riverfront in downtown Covington. Paulus Hook Ferry Pier & Terminal, Jersey City, NJ. Lead Structural Engineer for planning, design, construction documents, and construction support services to create a new ferry terminal comprised of new fixed and floating piers to support ferry service, private helistop, and support structure for the historic Colgate Clock. For the planning study, he developed multiple alternatives for the ferry pier including input as permit support. For the selected design alternative, provided design and construction documents for a 325-ft-long, steel pipe pile foundation, concrete superstructure ferry pier which included the guide pile system for floating ferry docks. Beau Rivage Substructure Enclosure, Biloxi, MS. Project Manager/ Structural Engineer for planning, design, permitting and construction documents to improve security and mitigate sedimentation problems occurring within an existing barge basin. M&N designed a vertical pilesupported concrete cap on top of the existing steel sheet pile wall to prevent wave overtopping. The concrete cap extends from -4.0 to +5.0 ft NGVD (the 100-yr return period flood elevation). The concrete wall extensions are designed to resist environmental loads (wave, currents, etc.), mitigate sediment accretion in the basin, and prevent unauthorized access by a vessel into the basin


MOFFATT & NICHOL PATRICK R. GRANEY Structural Engineer Page -Two EXPERIENCE (continued): Shoreline Repairs, USCG Training Center Yorktown, VA. Project Manager/ Structural Engineer for inspection, demolition and repair design for approximately 4000 feet of storm damaged shoreline. Repair design involved installing 700 feet of anchored steel sheet pile bulkhead and 3400 feet of riprap revetment. The anchored bulkhead design utilizes soil anchors supported by a concrete wale system. Assisted with construction bidding services. Meridian Seawall Repairs, Tampa, FL. Structural Engineer for demolition and design of a new marina and seawall, including construction documents and opinion of probable cost. Seawall design involved installing over 500 feet of new composite anchored sheet pile. The anchored bulkhead design utilizes traditional anchor rods and sheet pile deadmen. Assisted with bidding services and responding to Contractor RFIs. ESSO Clifton Terminal Energy Dock, Nassau, Bahamas. Project Manager/ Structural Engineer for design, construction document preparation and construction support for a new concrete mooring/berthing facility and access pier for loading a 171 foot fuel tanker. Mooring facility included four concrete dolphins supported on steel pipe piles with mooring bollards and buckling fenders. Access to the facility for the pipelines and personnel is provided by a 114 feet long by 7 feet wide steel access walkway and pipe rack supported on 28 inch diameter steel pipe piles. Wharf H-5, US Navy, Pearl Harbor, HI. Project Manager for design, construction document preparation and construction support for a 150 feet long concrete pile support wharf and anchored steel sheet pile bulkhead. Provided berthing and mooring design for various size vessels calling at the facility. Design involved demolition of existing timber wharf and installation of new anchored steel sheet pile bulkhead required to replace existing deteriorated steel bulkhead. The concrete wharf and piles were designed for both vertical loads and horizontal anchoring loads from the steel sheet pile bulkhead. RiverScape, Dayton, OH. RiverScape, Dayton, OH. Structural Engineer for the project’s design and construction observation. Developed design alternatives involving schematic design for riverside bulkhead and travelways, and breaches to be cut into the existing floodwall to allow access to the walkway. Provide preliminary opinions of probable costs for these components. North Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA. Structural Engineer for preliminary design, underwater/topside inspection of existing, and final design of waterfront structures associated with redevelopment of Pittsburgh’s downtown waterfront. Provided final design of water taxi land access ramps (2) involving steel sheet pile bulkhead to form the ramp’s perimeter, interior fill material, and interlocking pavers topping the ramp. Design mooring posts and foundations for berthing water taxis. Assisted preparation of construction documents. Atlantis II Superyacht Marina, Nassau, Bahamas. Structural Engineer, assisted design and construction document preparation for this world-class, superyacht marina facility. Provided marina configuration and design of perimeter bulkheads. Marina constructed in the “dry” by excavating land, constructing marina, and then opening its connection with the ocean to flood it.


MOFFATT & NICHOL PATRICK R. GRANEY Structural Engineer Page -Three EXPERIENCE (continued): Crane Pier, Hart-Miller Island, Baltimore, MD. Lead Structural Engineer for topside/underwater inspection of 100-ft-long concrete crane pier and two associated mooring dolphins. Prepared condition assessment report that evaluated pier/dolphins and provided repair/replacement alternatives with opinions of probable costs. Subsequently, provided preliminary/final design and construction documents for pier repairs and dolphin replacement. Pier is 100 ft long and comprised of concrete cast-in-place deck supported by precast girders and 14-in-diam concrete piles. Dolphins comprised of precast concrete piles with cast-in-place concrete cap supporting mooring bollard and providing a MV fender unit on its seaward face. Multi-User Fuel Station, Georgia Ports Authority, Savannah, GA. Construction Manager for utility installation, site work and fuel island construction for one 12,000 gallon and one 15,000 gallon double-wall fiberglass underground fuel storage tanks and associated vehicle fueling and truck loading accessories. Responsible for all bidding, contract administration and coordination between three separate contractors performing the work.


MOFFATT & NICHOL TIMOTHY R. REID Senior Civil Engineer REGISTRATION: Professional Engineer: Ohio, Kentucky, Louisiana, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Virginia, Florida, Puerto Rico EDUCATION: B.S., Civil Engineering: North Carolina State University, 1984 EXPERIENCE: Since joining M&N in 1990, Mr. Reid has provided project management and/or civil engineering services for a variety of urban waterfront and marina projects throughout the Eastern United States. His project management experience includes team assembly, direction of personnel and subcontractors, client relations, proposal preparation, manpower estimates, project oversight and other administrative duties. In addition, his civil engineering experience also includes planning, design, and construction document preparation for a variety of projects such as stormwater management facilities, drainage systems, military & industrial pavements, site development, traffic staging and control, highways, utilities (water, sewer and fuel), and erosion control plans. Examples of urban waterfront and other civil engineering experience include: Covington Riverfront Shoreline Protection, Covington, KY. Developed alternatives for conceptual designs for approximately 2500 linear feet of shoreline along the Ohio River in the City of Covington, Kentucky. Worked with landscape architects and structural engineers in preparing concepts that would protect the shoreline for flood events on the Ohio River while also deflecting debris away from waterfront amenities. Designs had to accommodate flood stages up to 40 feet above normal pool. The designs incorporated a mix of floating and fixed structures to meet project requirements for stabilization and to meet public access demands to the waterfront during ~80% of the flood events. Downtown Louisville Waterfront Redevelopment, Louisville, KY. Project Civil Engineer for design and construction document preparation for components of a 67-acre Linear Park including site grading, utility layouts for the small boat harbor, dredging, drainage systems, and sedimentation and erosion control measures. For the park’s 17.5-acre Great Lawn, he developed the grading plan for this grassy park that stretches 330 lf along the river and projects 120 ft out into the river on an pilesupported platform. He designed dredging for shoreline reconfiguration including 4 bank-cut inlets – one inlet included a 20-slip small craft harbor. For the harbor, he also provided utility layout and design for water and fire protection and assisted in the floating dock system layout. For the project’s Water Feature, he also provided engineering layout for its mechanical elements composed of a river inlet which projects inland 250 feet to its waterfall/concrete-encased steel sheet pile cutoff wall. The project’s drainage system design involved redirection of an existing 72-in-diam storm drain; drain remained in service during project construction.


MOFFATT & NICHOL TIMOTHY R. REID Senior Civil Engineer Page -Two EXPERIENCE (continued): Chattanooga Watefront Master Plan & Design, Chattanooga, TN. Civil Engineer for Master Planning, preliminary/final design, and construction document preparation for riverfront site work components of the project including a riverwalk, city pier, floating dock systems (commercial & pleasure vessel), riverboat berths, river-access ramp, and multiple on-grade walkways, terraces and steps. Site work included four outfall extensions - three of which involved drop structures with drops of 15 to 20 feet. Also provided design for site demolition and excavation/fill. RiverScape, Dayton, OH. As part of downtown revitalization plan, designed bulkhead along river’s edge to provide pedestrian travelways under normal conditions while allowing heavy equipment access for post-flood cleanup. Worked with Miami Conservancy District, Architect, and City to develop alternatives to allow the riverwalk to incorporate breaches cut into the existing dike along the riverbank. Assisted in design development of a moveable floodwall and a gated floodwall for closure of manmade dike “breaches” during flood events. Breaches were designed to allow pedestrian access to the river through the existing dike system. Moveable floodwall designed to close off a 180-ft-long breach utilizing a “water sausage”. Gated floodwall designed to swing closed to complete the adjacent dike system and utilizes back-pressure from floodwaters to provide a positive seal. Gate remains hidden from view during normal river conditions. Inner Harbor Marina, Baltimore, MD. Designed horizontal/vertical location of waterlines, valves, water meters and backflow preventers on a highly developed multi-level site. Sized floating dock fire line system for required outlet pressure. Located fuel lines, vaults, leak detection monitors and valves to service floating pier fueling station. Wrote specifications and estimated construction costs for utility items. Developed erosion control plans to prevent sediment from entering the harbor according to Baltimore regulations. Reviewed shop drawings and construction submittals. Renovation of Marjorie Park and Bayshore Marinas, Tampa, FL. Civil Engineer completing design of landside components involved with renovation of these two urban marinas (116 slips total). For Marjorie Marina, designed new fueling facility (fuel tanks, lines and floating fuel dock), new sewer pumpout facility, and site utilities for the floating docks and renovated building. Marina utilities involved power, water, and CATV. Building utilities involved power, water, and sewer. For Bayshore Marina, designed utilities associated with floating dock renovation and addition of a floating restroom/ shower/laundry facility. Marina utilities encompassed power, water, and CATV; restroom utilities were water, sewer, and power. Replace Wharf and Convert to Cruise Ship Terminal, Berths 271-273, Tampa, FL. Developed drainage, sediment basin and erosion control plans for backland site cleared for future cruise ship terminal. Sediment basin was designed to store and slowly release 10-yr event into the Garrison Channel over an 18- to 24-hr period. Wharf drainage system consisted of a trench drain that dumped into a sediment basin; existing site drainage was utilized where possible. Piping was designed to accommodate wharf and any future site development. Existing site drainage was utilized where possible; wharf drainage system consisted of trench drain that fed a sediment basin. Piping designed to accommodate the wharf and future site development.


MOFFATT & NICHOL JEFFREY G. SHELDEN Senior Structural/Coastal Engineer REGISTRATION: Professional Engineer:

Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, West Virginia, Missouri

EDUCATION: M.S.. Civil Engineering: North Carolina State University, 1985 B.S., Civil Engineering: University of Virginia, 1984 (graduated with highest distinction) EXPERIENCE: Mr. Shelden has served as Structural/Coastal Engineer on a wide variety of commercial, military, and urban waterfront projects providing, in particular, fender and mooring system analysis and design for a wide variety of vessels ranging from small recreational vessels through large riverboats up to large nuclear-powered aircraft carriers. In addition to mooring and fender systems, his broad background includes planning and design of marinas, piers, bulkheads, shore protection, dredging, beach nourishment, railroad and crane rail replacement; determination of wind and wave loadings; computer modeling; structural analysis; field investigations; and surveying. Typically, mooring and berthing analyses have included the determination of wind, wave and current forces as well as determination of associated loads for fixed/floating pier systems in dozens of locations throughout the world. He has developed computer programs to perform wave refraction, calculate wave forces and determine ship mooring loads. Representative urban waterfront experience includes: Louisville Downtown Waterfront Development, Louisville, KY. Structural Engineer for several aspects of the large waterfront development project on the Ohio River including development of a fender system incorporated into the edge design of riverfront wharves. Fender system was designed to protect the wharves from potential impact and damage from large tows that travel near the park as they enter and leave the Ohio River’s McAlpine Lock. Fender system design was complicated by aesthetic concerns for the wharves and, as a result, was concealed behind a fascia of limestone panels. System was designed to protect the structures under barge tow impacts with expected damages easily repaired. In addition to the wharf fender systems, he provided mooring analyses for berthing large riverboats including an impact analysis of barges to be moored upriver as protection for the riverboat berths. Also provided design and layout of guide piles and floating dock system for 20-slip small craft marina to house river patrol, fire boats and other necessary small craft. Marina floating dock system involved telescoping guide piles to keep the marina in place during elevated flood stages of the Ohio River. Design requirements included providing shoreline and dock system access conforming to the Americans with Disabilities Act requirements. Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, TN. For the project’s riverfront components, Project Manager for master planning, schematic design, permit drawings, and design development, final design, construction documents & construction services. Project included riverwalk, cruise ship berth, new pier, marina dock replacement, new, replacement & relocation of various floating dock systems, and assorted waterfront utilities.


MOFFATT & NICHOL JEFFREY G. SHELDEN Structural/Coastal Engineer Page -Two EXPERIENCE (continued): Southport Waterfront Development Plan, Southport, NC. As part of an AIA Urban Design Assistance Team, he provided waterfront and marine design expertise for the waterfront elements of the City’s Development Plan. Recommended that the town enhance its image as a destination point for watercraft by building and expanding docks, building a waterfront promenade, and considering the implementation of a water taxi service while maintaining the historic nature of the waterfront. Other recommendations included adding docks with the capability to berth intracoastal cruise ships, dinner boats and water taxis, and boat slips for short-term stays. Recommended maintaining openviews of the water along the waterfront and that any new facilities be designed to minimize impacts on the environmentally-sensitive areas. North Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA. Structural Engineer for analysis and design of several different mooring systems for a wide range of vessels. Separate systems were designed for large riverboats providing river cruises, small recreational vessels, and moorings for historic vessels. Historic vessels moorings were provided for the World War II vessels USS Requin, a submarine, and USS Stewart, a destroyer escort. Point Pleasant Waterfront Park, Point Pleasant, WV. Hydraulic Engineer for design of riverbank riprap and other slope protection, marina dredging, and site scour/sediment analyses involving a numerical 2-D model of the Ohio River. Due to the park's alteration of the streambank, this 2-D model was also used to predict water level changes resulting from construction. The USACE required that the park have no effect on river levels during 100-year flood conditions – a "no rise" certification indicating that FEMA flood maps would not be altered. Structural Engineer for analysis & design of mooring systems for riverboats & small recreational vessels along the shoreline of this Ohio River waterfront park. Riverboats provide Ohio River cruises. Marjorie Park/Bayshore Marinas, Tampa, FL. Structural Engineer for topside inspection to determine existing conditions and prepared two alternate conceptual layouts including preliminary opinions of probable cost. Attended pre-application meeting with FL DEP, USACE, Tampa Port Authority, and the City as well as meetings with the City to review draft submittals. Alternative designs considered fixed/floating dock mixture, single/double loaded slip mix, boat types and size distribution, renovations of existing docks, addition of a floating breakwater, new floating docks, new fueling facility, sewer pumpout facility, covered slips, observation pier & gazebo, seawall repairs, new seawall, providing slip utility services, dredging and disposal, and inclusion of transient docks; existing dock and boat ramp demolition; and building renovation to house a snack shop, ship store, Harbor Master's office, restrooms, laundry and lockers. Inner Harbor East/Lady Maryland Maritime Foundation Marinas, Baltimore, MD. Civil/ Structural Engineer for construction administration during rehabilitation of two marinas totaling 250 slips located in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. Assisted City inspectors during construction of improvements by providing review of shop drawings and other contractor submittals as well as provided coordination between contractor and City inspectors.


MOFFATT & NICHOL MIKELE E. WINTERS Structural Engineer REGISTRATION: Professional Engineer: North Carolina (#26433) EDUCATION: M.C.E., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering): North Carolina State University, 1996. B.S., Civil Engineering (Structural Engineering): North Carolina State University, 1994. EXPERIENCE: Mr. Winters joined M&N in 1997 to provide structural engineering for waterfront and transportation structures. Since then he has provided inspection, planning, preliminary and final design, construction document preparation, bid support and post-construction-award services for a variety of structures in commercial, military, civil works, and recreational projects. This experience includes structural modeling, analysis, and evaluation of a range of waterfront structures such as piers, riverwalks, wharves, bulkheads, and cofferdams as well as bridges. Mr. Winter’s Master’s Degree focused on concrete, wood and steel design. Representative experience includes: Gallants Channel Waterfront “2006 Tall Ships Event” Site Preparation, Beaufort, NC. Project Manager for field investigation, data collection, project meetings, schematic design, final design, construction document preparation, and construction support services for the development of a ~30acre site to serve as an extension of the NC Maritime Museum and to host the “2006 Tall Ships Event.” Project included new bulkhead/pile-supported boardwalk along water’s edge, boardwalk access ramp over existing wetlands, fender piles, riprap scour protection, new gravel parking lot, access road improvements, “green lawn” between boat basin and timber dock, and stormwater detention facility to handle site runoff. North Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, PA. Structural Engineer for the waterfront structures associated with this new downtown riverfront park. These structures are primarily a riverwalk, river causeway, river overlooks, quay structures, piers and mooring and berthing facilities. Riverwalk is comprised of a steel sheet pile bulkhead at the shoreline backed by a concrete slab-on-grade walkway. The project’s Market Street Pier is a steel pipe pile, concrete deck structure projecting 90 ft into the Allegheny River that involves an architectural treatment so that it looks like a cable stayed bridge. At the Pirates’ and Steelers’ Stadiums, two boat ramps are designed to provide docking locations for the Gateway Clipper Service, a local passenger ferry service, as well as a second amphibious vessel passenger service. Various mooring/berthing locations were designed along the Riverfront Park for historic vessels, large steamboats, water taxis, or recreational vessels. Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, TN. Structural Engineer for Master Planning, schematic design, permit drawings, design development, final design and construction document preparation for waterfront structures included as part of this urban waterfront park development. Structures included riverwalk (1100 ft), pier, new marina, riverboat moorings, commercial floating dock system relocation, marina floating dock system replacement and river access ramp for amphibious tour boats. Riverwalk involved a slab-on-grade section and a pilesupported section. New marina and floating dock relocation required development of performance specification. Site work included four outfall extensions - three of which involved drop structures with drops of 15 to 20 feet.


MOFFATT & NICHOL MIKELE E. WINTERS Structural Engineer Page - Two EXPERIENCE (continued): Point Pleasant Riverfront Park, Pt. Pleasant, WV. As Structural Engineer, he assisted planning and design of bulkheaded riverwalk along the Ohio River and pile-support esplanade that extends into the river. Riverwalk includes riverboat moorings and landside vehicle access ramp. Also provided concept and layout for guide pile system to support floating docks in new marina. RiverScape, Dayton, OH. Structural Engineer for development of the project’s Master Plan. Developed conceptual design alternatives involving schematic design for riverside bulkhead and travelways, and breaches to be cut into the existing floodwall to allow access to the walkway. William J. Clinton Presidential Center, Little Rock, AR. Structural Engineer for preparation of planning, design, and construction documents for the various waterfront structures included in the development. These structures included riverfront bulkhead, various piers, and pile-supported terraces fronting the river. PNCT, Elizabeth Channel, Newark, NJ. Structural Engineer for numerical modeling/analysis of a ballasted concrete deck/timber substructure wharf. Provided recommendations for upgrades needed to support 100-ft-gauge container cranes. Provided final design and assisted construction document preparation for repairs to the main wharf structure and crane rail beams with special emphasis on seismic design criteria. Landside crane beam upgrade involved concrete crack/spall repair as well as an 1800-ft-long extension supported by 18-in-diam, battered steel pipe piles. Waterside crane beam was replaced and extended (2300 lf total) utilizing a concrete beam atop 20-in-diam steel pipe piles. Designed miscellaneous utility and drainage vaults throughout the 14-acre container storage yard. Provided opinions of probable costs for these items. New Multipurpose Wharf, Dredging & Backland Development, Wharf No. 33, Port of Houston, TX. Structural Engineer for planning and design of new wharf comprised of a concrete pile-supported flat-plate relieving platform supporting a rigid concrete pavement. During planning phase, developed design criteria and schematic structural configuration for 3 wharf alternatives at two different lengths. Completed turning basin feasibility study for new 1800-ft-diam basin in Houston Ship Channel. Designed relieving platform including crane rail foundations and anchored steel sheet pile cutoff wall at the shoreline. Prepared construction documents and provided submittal review during construction and record drawing preparation as well as other PCAS. New Auto/Multi-Purpose Berth, Port of Wilmington, DE. Structural Engineer for planning and design of new auto/multi-purpose berth on the Delaware River. For the chosen concrete slab, flat plate structural alternative, he assisted final design and construction documents for an 875-ft-long by 115-ft-wide wharf supported by 26-in-diam steel pipe piles. Concrete slab was designed with an emphasis on crack control.


SUPPORT GROUP

Hodgson and Douglas Nashville, TN

Role: Landscape Architecture Hodgson and Douglas, LLC is a locally owned Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Design firm. Partners Joe Hodgson, RLA, ASLA, and Jim Douglas, RLA, ASLA, established the firm in 1985. Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has had considerable experience in park design, both in Nashville and other communities Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has past experience working with several of the team members including Hawkins Partners, Barge Cauthen Associates, and EOA, and Thornton and Associates. We believe that our knowledge of each of these firms and their principals will aid in effective communication. Hodgson and Douglas, LLC ALSO has established long term relationships with public agencies that will be required for effective communication and coordination including, NES, Dept. of Public Works, Metro Parks Dept., MTA, T-DOT, and Metro Planning Department. Jim Douglas, RLA, ASLA Partner Jim Douglas is a registered Landscape Architect in Tennessee. He received a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture, Magna Cum Laude from the University of Georgia and a Masters Degree in Urban Design from Harvard University. He has 31 years of professional experience in the practice of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Design. He has a particular interest in Urban Design after completing his Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. Jim is very involved in The Nashville Civic Design Center and is the immediate past President of the Board. He is a member of the Metro Arts Commission’s Public Arts Committee that is currently reviewing locations for future public art in downtown Nashville. He has been an active member of the Friends of Warner Park’s Advisory Board for 20 years. Recent experience has included the River Walk in downtown Clarksville, Tennessee, East Nashville Civic Square, Vanderbilt University Stadium Plaza, and downtown Gallatin, Tennessee Master Plan. Presently he is working on an update of the downtown Clarksville, Tennessee Design Guidelines and the Dominican Campus Master Plan. His personal interests include cycling in urban and rural areas, hiking and travel.

Joe Hodgson, RLA, ASLA Partner Joe is a registered Landscape Architect in Tennessee, as well as Ohio, Kentucky, Florida, Georgia and Texas. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Georgia. He has over 34 years of professional experience in the practice of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Design. Recent experience has included campus design at Belmont University, The University of the South and Montgomery Bell Academy. Presently he is helping Montgomery Bell Academy plan their lakeside mountain retreat center on the Cumberland Plateau. Joe directed the firm’s efforts on the Bicentennial Mall / Downtown Greenway and the Bell South Plaza and Garden. Recent volunteer efforts have included the design and management of Watkins Park and Edmondson Park in inner-city Nashville. His personal interests include woodworking, photography, and hiking in the Tennessee hills.

Richie Jones, RLA, LEED AP Landscape Architectural Project Manager Richie Jones is a registered Landscape Architect in Tennessee, as well as a LEED Accredited Professional. He graduated Magna Cum Laude, with Honors from The University of Georgia. He has over 6 years professional experience in the practice of Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Design. He has a particular interest in Urban Design with a focus on sustainability and green roofing. He is a member of Nashville’s Civic Design Forum, ReDiscover East Urban Design Committee, and Nashville Street Life Project, an advocacy group for the creation of quality public space within Nashville. Recent experience has included urban design for the River Walk in downtown Clarksville, Tennessee, design and project management for The Police Headquarters for the City of Franklin, Tennessee, a LEED Gold registered building including Tennessee’s largest all native green-roof, and design and project management for the renovation of the Tennessee Tower Snodgrass Plaza, a 40,000 s.f. green roof over occupied office space. His personal interests include blogging, fiction writing and golfing.

Relevant projects: Phase II River District Master Plan, Clarksville, TN Tennessee River Park – Phases III and IV, Nashville, TN Capitol Hill/Bicentennial Mall, Nashville, TN Music Row Round About, Nashville, TN Warner Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN Richland Creek Greenway Conceptual Plans, Nashville, TN Edmondson Park, Nashville, TN Belle Meade Bikeway and Pedestrian Improvement Plan, Belle Meade, TN


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC RESUME JAMES OGBURN DOUGLAS, ASLA Partner-In-Charge: Coordination with Owner EDUCATION: Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Master of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, 1978. University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture 1976 (Magna Cum Laude). Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina, 1971-1973. REGISTRATION: Landscape Architect: TN TENNESSEE LA LICENSE # 387 (exp: 9/30/09) MEMBERSHIPS: American Society of Landscape Architects Advisory Board of Directors: Friends of Warner Park Urban Design Forum, Nashville, TN Downtown Partnership, Committee Chair 1998 Metro Nashville Arts Commission - Public Art Committee Board Member Nashville Civic Design Center, President of the Board EXPERIENCE: Hodgson & Douglas 1985 - Present Nashville, Tennessee Warner Park Master Plan, Nashville, TN Warner Park Nature Center Master Plan, Nashville, TN Edwin Warner Park Site Improvements, Nashville, TN Natchez Trace Entrance, Nashville, TN 3 Nature Centers, Nashville, TN Vanderbilt University Master Plan, Nashville, TN Belmont University Athletic Facilities, Nashville, TN Peabody College Master Plan, Nashville, TN Grassland Park, Williamson County, TN Belle Meade Bicycle Pathway, Nashville, TN Belle Meade Sidewalk Plan, Nashville, TN Music Row Streetscape Improvements, Nashville, TN Tusculum College Campus Master Plan, Greenville, TN Village at Vanderbilt, Nashville, TN Hillsboro Village Streetscape Improvements, Nashville, TN Franklin Streetscape Master Plan, Franklin, TN City of Cookeville Streetscape Improvements, Cookeville, TN City of Pulaski Streetscape Improvements, Pulaski, TN Austin Peay State University Landscape Master Plan, Clarksville, TN


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC RESUME JOSEPH McEVER HODGSON, RLA, ASLA Partner-In-Charge: Quality Control EDUCATION: University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, School of Environmental Design, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, 1975 (Cum Laude). REGISTRATIONS: Landscape Architect: TN (Lic. #263 – exp. 4/11), OH (Lic. #0401094 exp. – 10/09) KY (Lic. #307 – exp. 6/10), FL (Lic. #679 – exp. 11/09), GA (Lic. # 431 exp. – 12/10), TX (Lic. # 1864 exp. – 3/10)

C.L.A.R.B. certified (Council Record 4079) MEMBERSHIPS: American Society of Landscape Architects Rotary Club of Nashville Board Member - Oak Hill School 1996-2000 Oak Hill School Vice Chair, Chairman Building Committee 1999-2000 EXPERIENCE: Hodgson and Douglas 1985 - Present Nashville, Tennessee Partner-in-Charge of the following projects: Tennessee River Park Phase IV, Chattanooga, TN Riverfront to Bicentennial Mall Greenway, Nashville, TN Capitol Hill/Bicentennial Mall Master Plan, Nashville, TN Capitol Hill Master Plan, Phase I Implementation, Nashville, TN Belle Meade Plantation Reforestation , Nashville, TN Chattanooga Conference Center, Chattanooga, TN Sub Area 9 Plan, Nashville, TN Farmers Market Renovation and Relocation, Nashville, TN Shelby/Demonbreun Corridor Study, Nashville, TN Cool Springs Master Plan, Franklin, TN YMCA Day Camp - Percy Priest Lake Area, Nashville, TN Belle Meade Plantation, Nashville, TN Cool Springs Residential Subdivision, Brentwood, TN Gresham, Smith & Partners 1977 - 1985 Nashville, Tennessee Master Planning, Site Planning, Project Management, Marketing, Land Use Studies, Urban Design, Recreation Planning. Projects included: Cumberland Master Plan, New Kent, VA Krutch Park, Knoxville, TN Long Hunter State Park, Nashville, TN Capitol Hill Landscape Master Plan, Nashville, TN Center City Master Plan, Nashville, TN


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC RESUME RICHIE JONES, RLA Project Management EDUCATION: University of Georgia, Athens Bachelor of Landscape Architecture with Honors December, 2002 Magna Cum Laude REGISTRATION: Landscape Architect: TN TENNESSEE LA LICENSE # 865 (exp: 05/31/11) MEMBERSHIPS: Urban Design Forum Middle Tennessee Green Building Council Committee Member: Middle Tennessee Green Building Council Public Policy Committee Junior Achievement EXPERIENCE: Hodgson and Douglas, LLC January, 2003 - Present Music Row Streetscape Improvements, Nashville, TN East Nashville Civic Square Master Plan, Nashville, TN Forrest Hills Cultural Master Plan, Forrest Hills, TN Eight / Nine Corporate Centre - Crescent Resources, Franklin, TN Stonegate Corporate Center, Murfreesboro, TN T-DOT I-24 Landscape Planting Plan Guthrie Plaza, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY University of the South, Sewanee Causeway, Sewanee, TN Western Kentucky University Design Guidelines, Bowling Green, KY The Chattanoogan Conference Center, Chattanooga, TN McCallie School Master Plan, Chattanooga, TN Montgomery Bell Academy Fields, Nashville, TN National HealthCare Retirement Facility, Franklin, TN Cumberland Heights, Nashville, TN Van Meter Fountain, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY Austin Peay State University Landscape Master Plan, Clarksville, TN North-South Pedestrian Mall Master Plan, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY Herr Residence, Monteagle, TN Tennessee State University Avon Williams Campus Master Plan, Nashville, TN Webb School of Knoxville, Science Building and Founders Commons, Knoxville, TN Van Meter Overlook and Arboretum Master Plan, Bowling Green, KY


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC RESUME MATTHEW DELL SCOTT Project Production EDUCATION: Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, Master of Landscape Architecture 2006. Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama, Bachelor of Environmental Science and Design 2004 EXPERIENCE: Hodgson & Douglas 2006 - Present Nashville, Tennessee -Embassy Suites Hotel and Conference Center, Murfreesboro, TN -Nashville State Community College, Nashville, TN -Rhea Medical, Dayton, TN -First Presbyterian Church, Nashville, TN -Orr Residence, Belle Meade, TN -Mallory Park, Nashville, TN -Daviess County Public Library, Owensboro, KY -Calvary United Methodist Church Columbarium, Nashville, TN -Velocity in the Gulch, Nashville, TN


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC RESUME ROBERT WAITS Project Production EDUCATION: Mississippi State University, Starkville Bachelor of Landscape Architecture May, 2002 Cum Laude MEMBERSHIPS: MSASLA Chapter Vice President Member: American Society of Landscape Architects EXPERIENCE: Hodgson and Douglas, LLC April, 2007 - Present Lipscomb University Student Center, Nashville, TN Forest Hills Entry Signage, Forest Hills, TN McCrory and Associates, LLC Fall 2005 - April, 2007 Twisted Oak Master Plan, Madison, MS Chenal Entrance Design, Madison, MS Draperton Office Park, Ridgeland, MS East Parkway Master Plan, Batesville, MS Madison Avenue Master Plan, Madison, MS TWB Planning Group Spring 2003 – Fall 2005 Reunion Golf and Country Club, Madison, MS Grandview Rezoning, Madison, MS Renaissance Rezoning, Ridgeland MS Stonebridge Entrance Design, Madison, MS Overton Moore Landscape Architect Spring 2002 – Spring 2003 McRae Residence Master Plan, Jackson, MS Charles Johnson Park Trail System, Monroe, LA


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS RESUME CATHERINE ELIZABETH SPIVEY Project Production EDUCATION: University of Georgia, Athens Bachelor of Landscape Architecture May, 2007 MEMBERSHIP: UGA Chapter of ASLA Vice President of Public Relations American Society of Landscape Architects EXPERIENCE: Hodgson and Douglas, LLC September, 2007 – Present Loveless Event Hall, Nashville, TN Brentwood Baptist Church, Brentwood, TN Belmont Residence Hall, Nashville, TN Lipscomb University Residence Quad, Nashville, TN


SUPPORT GROUP

CEC, Inc. Franklin, TN

Role: Ecological and Aquatic Resource Survey; Bathymetric and Sidescan Sonor Survey; Remediation Eng. & TDEC Permitting Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) is a multi-disciplined civil engineering and environmental consulting firm providing technical consulting services to private industry, real estate developers, architects, and public agencies/authorities. CEC was founded on the concept that our clients want, and today’s complex projects require, in-depth principal or senior-level personnel involvement. CEC’s experienced professional ecologists, scientists, and engineers will prove to be a valuable asset to the development of the Nashville Riverfront project. Our team of specialists has the in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements and most up-to-date project experience to produce positive, timely results. CEC professionals have established close working relationships with state and federal regulatory authorities. This has been accomplished through the timely response to agency concerns and the establishment of a technical rapport. CEC has determined that complete, timely submissions are the key to obtaining approvals for complex projects. Jeff Duke, CPESC, Principal Ecologist Mr. Duke is a principal ecologist with over 20 years experience managing and performing ecological, water quality assessments, and Clean Water Act Permitting projects. Mr. Duke has tremendous experience in the regulatory permitting and compliance arena dealing with Section 404/401 of the Clean Water Act, Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, and NPDES issues, both point source and non-point source stormwater discharges. His areas of expertise include wetland ecology and delineation, wetland mitigation banking, fisheries, benthic macroinvertebrate surveys, threatened/endangered species, water quality investigations, watershed studies, and ecological assessments. His various 404/401 permitting experience deals with projects related to large-scale master planned developments, municipal developments, water withdrawal issues, linear transportation and corridor projects, water supply reservoirs, stream and wetland restoration. Jeff Duke will serve as the overall point-of-contact for CEC and CEC Project Coordinator. Jeff will coordiante efforts related to the Ecological Studies and Clean Water Act Permitting

Marty Knuth, P.G. Vice President Mr. Knuth, a Vice President with CEC, has over 20 years of environmental consulting experience, including environmental assessments of a wide range of industrial and commercial facilities across the U.S.. He has been extensively involved in the investigation, remediation and re-use of many “brownfield” sites in Pennsylvania under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (Act 2), which is the state’s Brownfield program. Marty will coordiante the teams efforts related to Brownfields adn TDEC permitting.

Gregory Styborski, Project Manager Mr. Styborski is a Project Manager, and Task Leader for aquatic and hydrographic surveys at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC). He manages projects, leads field surveys, and supervises field technicians and project scientists. Mr. Styborski has over 17 years of experience in conducting ecological and hydrographic surveys, including benthic macroinvertebrate and fishery surveys, freshwater mussel resource evaluations, water quality assessments, bathymetric surveys, remote sensing, and search and recovery investigations through the use of side scan imaging sonar. Mr. Styborski is a United States Coast Guard Licensed Captain, PADI Advanced Openwater Diver, and a United States Fish & Wildlife Service Approved Mussel Surveyor and serves as CEC’s in-house Malacologist for transportation, commercial sand & gravel dredging, and riverfront development projects. He performs aquatic investigations for the chemical, mining, solid waste, paper, transportation, and electric power industries. He has performed numerous hydrographic surveys which require operational and interpretive knowledge of side scan imaging sonars, sub-bottom profilers, thermal depth sounders, recording fathometers, magnetometers and global positioning systems.

Relevant projects: Clarksville Marina at Fairgrounds Park, Clarksville, TN Harpeth Shoals Marina, Ashland City, TN Aquatic Resource Inventories, Pittsburgh, PA Statewide Environmental Assessment for Transportation Projects Statewide, TDOT Nashville Zoo Stream Restoration and Water Resource Planning, Nashville, TN Lower Tennessee River Clean Water Act and Section 10 Permitting, Paducah, KY Franklin Battlefield Stream Restoration, Franklin, TN LTV South Side Works, URA of Pittsburgh, PA


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JEFFREY T. DUKE, CPESC EDUCATION M.S., Biology, Aquatic Ecology, University of Alabama, 1989 B.S., Biology/Psychology, University of Alabama, 1986 REGISTRATION Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control - #2210 TRAINING/CERTIFICATIONS River Restoration and Fluvial Geomorphology Bioengineering for Streambank Erosion Control

PRINCIPAL ECOLOGIST Project Role: CEC Project Coordinator, Ecological Studies, Clean Water Act Permitting Mr. Duke is a principal ecologist with over 20 years experience managing and performing ecological, water quality assessments, and Clean Water Act Permitting projects. Mr. Duke has tremendous experience in the regulatory permitting and compliance arena dealing with Section 404/401 of the Clean Water Act, Section 10 of the Rivers and Harbors Act of 1899, and NPDES issues, both point source and nonpoint source stormwater discharges. His areas of expertise include wetland ecology and delineation, wetland mitigation banking, fisheries, benthic macroinvertebrate surveys, threatened/endangered species, water quality investigations, watershed studies, and ecological assessments. His various 404/401 permitting experience deals with projects related to large-scale master planned developments, municipal developments, water withdrawal issues, linear transportation and corridor projects, water supply reservoirs, stream and wetland restoration. A brief summary of Mr. Duke’s professional experience includes the following: 

City of Clarksville, TN, Clarksville Marina at Fairgrounds Park — CEC performed the ecological assessment, wetland inventory, and stream assessment for the proposed marina. Following the ecological studies, CEC prepared the Section 401/404 Clean Water Act permit application packages for submittal to the Corps of Engineers and TDEC. CEC prepared a detailed stream and wetland mitigation and performed construction administration for the completion of the mitigation plan. CEC also conducted a sediment characterization of the dredged material.

Tennessee Department of Transportation, Ecology Contract — Project manager for CEC’s contract with the Tennessee Department of Transportation for Ecological and Environmental Documentation Reporting. CEC has been successful in winning the TDOT contract for 8 years and Mr. Duke has managed each contract with the total over $4M in work orders throughout this period. The contract involves projects ranging from simple bridge replacements to new linear transportation routes in excess of 25-miles in length through previously undeveloped terrain. All deliverables to TDOT are in support of Clean Water Act and Aquatic Resource Alteration Permits. CEC has been involved in performing the ecological and environmental documentation for one of Tennessee’s most controversial transportation projects in State Route 840. Specific tasks associated with this roadway alignment are described below.

TDOT State Route 840 Ecology and Environmental Assessment and Documentation for Section 404 Permitting — CEC was tasked with preparing the Ecological and Environmental Assessment for two (2) sections of SR-840 in southwest Williamson County. The project evaluation totaled 16.872 miles of roadway alignment through undeveloped rural terrain. The tasks associated with performing the assessment including wetland determination and delineation, stream classification, stream determinations, endangered and threatened species review and inventory, stream restoration and mitigation plans, natural channel design, preparation of a Storm Water Pollution

Wetland Engineering and River Restoration Wetland Plant Identification Design Methods for Channel Protection and Streambank Stabilization Wetland Delineation, Soils, and Hydrology National Wetlands Engineering Workshop 40-Hour Hazwoper, Site Worker with Annual Refreshers (29 CFR 1910.120) Bioassessment Strategies and Implications of Biocriteria/Rapid Bioassessment

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TDOT State Route 840 Impact Mitigation (Franklin Battlefield) — CEC was tasked with preparing stream restoration plans for two streams located on the historic Franklin Battlefield site. The stream restoration project was selected by TDOT and TDEC as acceptable stream mitigation for impacts to streams on SR-840. The site of the Franklin Battlefield has been modified by development, specifically the Franklin Country Club and the creation of an 18-hole golf course. The golf course channelized sections of the two streams, impounded Carnton Creek with three ponds used as water features for the golf course, and removed much of the riparian zone in long reaches. Furthermore, severe bank erosion is occurring throughout much of both creek. CEC's design team of hydrologists, engineers, AutoCAD designers, and biologists are near completion of the design plans that will be reviewed by TDOT, City of Franklin, and the historic architects to make sure the plan meets the need for stream restoration and the historic theme of returning the site to the near 1860's era layout.

Caney Fork Creek Reservoir Permitting, Portland, TN — The project was for the permitting of a proposed water supply reservoir on Caney Fork Creek near Portland, Tennessee. The project involved numerous tasks including regulatory liaison with both Federal and State Agencies, utilization of the RBP and IBI protocols to characterize resident fish and benthic macroinvertebrate populations, collection of monthly flow and in-situ water quality data. Collected continuous temperature date to document pre-reservoir stream conditions and to model anticipated conditions in the proposed reservoir. The project also involved a great deal of public relations work associated with locating and securing stream/wetland mitigation sites required as a condition of the pending permits. The 404/401 permits were issued and the projects mitigation was performed that included stream mitigation, restoration, and bank stabilization.

Harpeth Shoals Marina, Ashland City, TN, Environmental Permitting and Assessment — CEC prepared the Environmental Assessment (EA) for submittal to the Cheatham Lake Resource Managers Office and Real Estate Division of the Nashville District Corps of Engineers. CEC also prepared the Section 401/404 permit application packages for the Corps of Engineers Regulatory Branch and TDEC.

Clean Water Act Permitting, Nashville, TN — Mr. Duke prepared the environmental permitting and assessment for the Mills Corporation for the Opry Mills retail development project. The existing streams aquatic community, fishes and macroinvertebrates, and water quality was characterized to provide a basis for the permitting process. A stream restoration plan was prepared and approved by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the Tennessee Division of Water Pollution Control.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Tennessee Chapter American Fisheries Society (TNAFS) International Erosion Control Association (IECA) Tennssee Chapter American Water Resources Assocsion (TNAWRA)

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MARTIN C. KNUTH, P.G. EDUCATION MS, Geology, The University of Akron, 1985 BS, Geology, State University of New York, 1982 REGISTRATIONS Professional Geologist – PA Reg. #PG-002633G Exp. 9/30/11 Professional Geologist – KS Reg. #702 Exp. 6/30/10

VICE PRESIDENT Project Role: Principal - Brownfields Mr. Knuth, a Vice President with CEC, has over 20 years of environmental consulting experience, including environmental assessments of a wide range of industrial and commercial facilities across the U.S.. He has been extensively involved in the investigation, remediation and re-use of many ―brownfield‖ sites in Pennsylvania under the Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (Act 2), which is the state’s Brownfield program. Notable Act 2 projects in the Pennsylvania region that he has managed include:          

South Side Works, Pittsburgh’s South Side Former LTV Steel Hazelwood Coke Plant, Hazelwood Pittsburgh Casino, Pittsburgh’s North Side Lectromelt, Lawrenceville Former LTV Steel Aliquippa Coke Plant, Alliquippa Former LTV Steel Midland Coke Plant, Midland Flint Ink, Sharpsburg CDR Pigments, Ridgway Cyclops Steel, Titusville Former RB&W Facility, Moon Township

In addition to these Pennsylvania Act 2 projects, he has also completed similar projects in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois and Kansas. PROJECT EXPERIENCE 

Managed the Act 2 site-specific investigation/remediation of the 126-acre LTV South Side Works in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The facility was the location of steel-melting and rolling mill operations. The site was acquired by the Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh and has been developed into an office park, sports complex, residential housing, and commercial stores. The project was a Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection Showcase Site in 1998 and a US EPA Region III Phoenix Award winner in 2002.

Managed the Act 2 Special Industrial Area investigation/remediation of the River’s Casino in Pittsburgh. The site is a former steel manufacturing facility that is planned for redevelopment as a casino. The site is in the Pittsburgh North Side Enterprise Zone and so is eligible for Special Industrial Area status.

Managed the Act 2 Special Industrial Area investigation of the 72-acre former LTV Aliquippa Coke Plant. The investigation included the assessment of soil and groundwater conditions, impact on an adjacent public water supply and assessment of potential soil vapor impacts using an emission isolation flux chamber.

Managed the Act 2 site-specific investigation/remediation of a 176-acre coke

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan plant in Hazelwood, Pennsylvania for LTV Steel Co. Inc. The coke plant was idled in 1998 and demolished in 1999 to 2000. The investigation included installation and sampling of over 50 monitoring wells, several dozen soil borings, river water sampling, bioattenuation analysis, LNAPL recovery, and removal of buried coal tar. The study showed that LNAPL and groundwater contamination were confined to a buried valley where biological activity was effective in degrading contaminants. 

Managed the Act 2 site-specific investigation of the 37-acre former LTV Steel East Mills dump site in Midland, Pennsylvania. The abandoned dump was formerly used by LTV Steel Co. to dispose of various steel manufacturing wastes. The site groundwater had been impacted by an upgradient, offsite source of TCE.

Managed the Act 2 site-specific investigation of a former Lectromelt furnace manufacturing facility in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The investigation included soil and groundwater investigations, waste disposal, asbestos abatement, and demolition of the multi-story manufacturing facility in preparation for construction of new warehouse space.

Managed the Act 2 investigation and remediation of the former RB&W facility in Moon Township, Pennsylvania. The site was formerly used to manufacture screws and has been impacted by oil releases to soil and groundwater. The facility is immediately adjacent to a municipal wellfield and the Ohio River, so concerns about groundwater and surface water exist. The project also included asbestos abatement and building demolition.

Managed the investigation/remediation of releases from a gas station into fractured limestone. The release resulted in free-product discharge from a spring nearly one-half mile from the station. The spring water was collected and treated with UV-treatment and activated carbon prior to discharge to a stream. The site is the largest claim site under the Underground Storage Tank Indemnification Fund (USTIF) in the state of Pennsylvania, with a final cost of $2 million.

Managed the Act 2 site-specific investigation/remediation of a former pigment manufacturing plant in Ridgway, Pennsylvania. The plant manufactured printing pigments and, historically, fluorescein powder. The work included removal of buried drums, delineation of a buried waste impoundment, and risk analysis and benthic macroinvertebrate surveys to assess stream water quality due to fluorescein seepage into the stream. Remediation of the site included capping the former impoundment and construction of an erosion protection wall along a stream bank.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan GREGORY M. STYBORSKI PROJECT MANAGER EDUCATION B.S., Environmental Studies/ Geography, Edinboro University of Pennsylvania CERTIFICATIONS/TRAINING OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER Training Licensed Boat Captain - U.S. Coast Guard, License #828255 Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission Approved Fish and Mussel Surveyor for Pennsylvania, 2002 United States Fish & Wildlife Service Approved Mussel Surveyor for Pennsylvania, 2001 Pennsylvania Scientific Collecting Permit No. 070, Type III PADI, Professional Association of Diving Instructors, Advanced Open Water Diver Propagation and Restoration of Freshwater Mussels Workshop, USFWS Training Center, 2002 Freshwater Bivalves of Pennsylvania Identification Courses, Carnegie Museum, 1992, 1993

Project Role: Bathymetric Survey and Side Scan Sonar Mr. Styborski is a Project Manager, and Task Leader for aquatic and hydrographic surveys at Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC). He manages projects, leads field surveys, and supervises field technicians and project scientists. Mr. Styborski has over 17 years of experience in conducting ecological and hydrographic surveys, including benthic macroinvertebrate and fishery surveys, freshwater mussel resource evaluations, water quality assessments, bathymetric surveys, remote sensing, and search and recovery investigations through the use of side scan imaging sonar. Mr. Styborski is a United States Coast Guard Licensed Captain, PADI Advanced Openwater Diver, and a United States Fish & Wildlife Service Approved Mussel Surveyor and serves as CEC’s in-house Malacologist for transportation, commercial sand & gravel dredging, and riverfront development projects. He performs aquatic investigations for the chemical, mining, solid waste, paper, transportation, and electric power industries. He has performed numerous hydrographic surveys which require operational and interpretive knowledge of side scan imaging sonars, sub-bottom profilers, thermal depth sounders, recording fathometers, magnetometers and global positioning systems. He has interacted on several projects with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, EPA Region III, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission, and Ohio Division of Natural Resources. His experience ranges from small-scale aquatic investigations (benthic macroinvertebrates, fish, freshwater mussels) to complex aquatic resource characterization and environmental impact studies on large river systems. Site experience includes U.S. Army installations, Superfund and RCRA sites, port and harbor sites, chemical and industrial manufacturing facilities, landfills, and electric generating power stations. Mr. Styborski is versed in proposal and budget preparation, job scheduling, sampling plan execution, client communications, and report preparation. PROJECT EXPERIENCE 

Mr. Styborski has performed numerous hydrographic surveys whereas bathymetric data collected during the surveys were used to produce river and lake bottom contour maps, and sediment accumulation isopach maps. Consecutive years of data were compared to calculate sediment accumulation volumes using sophisticated software applications. For data collection, a thermal depth sounder integrated real-time GPS in conjunction with data logging software was used to collect simultaneous depth and GPS measurements every 1-second. This in turn allowed for a large amount of data to be collected in a short period of time, coupled with minimal post-processing of data using software applications for contouring, allowed for the production of very precise mapping.

As the field team leader, Mr. Styborski participated in an Aquatic Resource Characterization Study for the ORSANCO, PADEP and the PAFBC. Several inventory techniques were used to collect information on habitat conditions within the 10 navigational pools (110 river miles) surrounding the Pittsburgh area, including sections of the Allegheny, Monongahela and Ohio Rivers.

40-Hour Wetland Delineation Training, Wetland Training Institute, 2002 Applied Supervision Training, USFWS Training Center, 2005 Red Cross CPR, First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogen Training

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan Shoreline videography was used to study near shore cover and riverbank composition, and bottom relief data were gathered using side scan imaging sonar. Sonar substrate signatures were ground truthed through the use of underwater video and substrate sampling and analysis. A differential Global Positioning System (GPS) provided the locational information needed to spatially reference inventory data into a Geographical Information System (GIS). The GIS database is currently being used by regulatory agencies for resource protection, research, and management of the three rivers area. 

Mr. Styborski performed a side scan sonar survey of the Ohio and Allegheny Rivers, by the request of and in cooperation with the USACOE and USCG, to identify potential underwater obstructions (e.g., barges, houseboats) within the navigational channels of these rivers. This high importance emergency response search and recovery effort was performed as a result of a flood in January of 1996 in the Pittsburgh region, which resulted in numerous barges, and recreational boats to sink. The rivers were closed until this survey was completed identifying all obstructions to navigation.

As the lead scientist, Mr. Styborski performed a project at the Armstrong Power Station on the Allegheny River in which ecological investigations were performed prior to the filling-in of a mid-river dredge hole with aggregate located in the Allegheny River adjacent to the power plant. The close proximity of the dredge hole to the intake structure resulted in increased silt, debris, and leaf matter to be drawn in to the plant’s cooling system. CEC performed day and night electrofishing, hoop and gill net surveys, dissolved oxygen monitoring, underwater video of the substrate, and a qualitative mussel survey. Bathymetric and side scan data collection were also performed to assist in documenting the habitat conditions of the area. CEC reported the findings to the regulatory agencies for review. Bathymetric and isopach maps were created, and used to calculate sediment fill volume estimates, and to assist operators by providing locational and depth information to be used during the filling process.

Through the use of side scanning sonar Mr. Styborski successfully located a $65,000 water quality monitoring station for ORSANCO which was sunken on the bottom of the Ohio River as the result of heavy river flows and debris loads. Side scan sonar data was interpreted on-site, and a marker beacon was deployed on the submerged station for later recovery by commercial divers.

Mr. Styborski operated and interpreted side scan sonar imaging data during a high importance search and recovery effort in which a metal fuel tank was successfully located while submerged in the navigation channel of the Monongahela River. Due to the abnormally low flow river conditions, the submerged tank punctured a tanker barge during navigation, resulting in a spill of 4,000 gallons of heating oil in to the Monongahela River. As a result of this nine river mile search effort, the tank was successfully located by CEC and subsequently removed by the USACOE to restore safe navigation.

Mr. Styborski has been the lead investigator for over 20 sediment core sampling projects performed in lakes, lagoons, and rivers. These surveys are routinely performed prior to dredging of sediments to characterize the substrates, and identify the chemical constituents, if present. CEC has also

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan delineated the extent of migration of contaminants at specific sites. Select projects include PPG Industries, in Lake Charles, Louisiana and Mobile Oil Company, located in Boston Harbor, Massachusetts, and several power plants and river industry terminals 

Mr. Styborski assisted in the implementation of an Aquatic Monitoring Program for Duquesne Light’s Beaver Valley Nuclear Power Station located on the Ohio River in Shippingport, PA. Sampling of benthic macroinvertebrates, fish and ichyoplankton were performed, in conjunction with Corbicula fluminea (Asian clam) and Dreissana polymorpha (Zebra mussel) Monitoring.

As a malacologist, Mr. Styborski has performed mussel resource evaluations and threatened and endangered mussel species surveys by method of diving for the commercial sand and gravel dredging industry in Western Pennsylvania. The USACOE require underwater investigations for freshwater mussels as a permit requirement prior to dredging sand and gravel reserves from the Allegheny and Ohio Rivers. Bathymetric and side scan imaging sonar surveys were also performed to evaluate the potential aggregate resources, and provide bottom contouring mapping.

Mr. Styborski has served as a field team leader and malacologist for over twelve threatened and endangered mussel species surveys conducted on French Creek, the Juniata River and the Allegheny River for PADOT proposed bridge replacement projects and municipalities. This work included investigative field studies including diving, taxonomic identifications of freshwater mussels, regulatory agency coordination, and report preparation.

As lead Malacologist, Mr. Styborski performed an endangered mussel survey and relocation effort at the Sugarcreek Borough Sanitary Sewer Facility located on French Creek in Franklin, Venango County, Pennsylvania. As a permit condition to perform repairs to the sanitary sewer, freshwater mussels in the project area were collected and translocated to a suitable mussel relocation site in accordance with the objectives outlined in the USFWS Section 7 ―Biological Opinion on the Impacts of the Sugarcreek Borough Pipeline Project on the Northern Riffleshell and Clubshell‖. CEC successfully relocated 91 living mussels, representing 10 mussel species, and including 10 endangered Northern Riffleshell mussels.

As the field team leader for a PCB bioaccumulation study at the U.S. Army Woodbridge Research Facility in Woodbridge, Virginia, select fish species from various water bodies present at the decommissioned military base were collected by electrofishing and gill netting. In addition, live boxes were utilized to deploy mussels at 10 designated locations, and mussels were removed on a monthly basis for tissue analysis. This data was used for a human health risk assessment associated with the consumption of indigenous fish and shellfish.

AWARDS AND HONORS ―Service Beyond The Call of Duty" awarded by the Port of Pittsburgh Commission (for work performed during the Flood of 1996 in the Pittsburgh Three Rivers Area)

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan ―Public Service Commendation‖ awarded by the USCG, Pittsburgh District (for distinguished activities and promotion of marine safety in the Pittsburgh Area) PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Pennsylvania Lake Management Society Freshwater Mollusk Conservation Society PADI Diving Society

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan TIMOTHY J. NEHUS EDUCATION M.S., Biology (Fisheries),Tennessee Technological University, 1995 B.S., Biology, Arkansas Technological University, 1987 TRAINING/ CERTIFICATIONS Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA), Physical Habitat Assessments (QHEI) Ohio EPA, Fish Assessments (Headwater, Wading, Boat) – IBI, MIwb. US Army Corps of Engineers Wetland Delineation and Management US Fish and Wildlife Service, Permit to collect and relocate specific threatened and endangered species, Scientific Collection Permit TE108584-4

Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency Scieintific Collection Permit # 1193

PROJECT MANAGER / ECOLOGIST Project Role: Listed Species and Ecological Assessments Mr. Nehus has more than 22 years experience as a biologist on a multitude of environmental projects. Senior scientist on a number of projects for NPDES permit compliance monitoring including municipal sewage treatment plants, pulp paper mills, and military ordnance facilities. He has conducted numerous sediment assessments of streams impacted by construction activities. His areas of expertise include ecological field surveys (benthic macroinvertebrates, freshwater mussels, and fish), wetlands delineation and critical habitat surveys for state and federally listed species. Mr. Nehus assisted in the development and maintenance of the Tennessee Valley Authority Benthic Data Base. He has extensive experience in the taxonomy and systematics of aquatic invertebrates, freshwater mussels and fish used in training and supervising other biologists and lab technicians. SELECTED PROJECT EXPERIENCE 

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) I-65 Bridge over Duck River - Conducted preliminary field survey of freshwater mussels in the vicinity of the proposed I-65 bridge improvements. Prepared Biological Assessment for freshwater mussels listed by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service as threatened or endangered and known to occur in the area.

TDOT Sediment Assessments - Projects included SR-32 (Claiborne County), SR-840 re-assessment (Dickson and Williamson Counties) and SR385 (Shelby County). Conducted field surveys to determine sediment impacts to streams receiving runoff from roadway construction.

TDOT Ecological Assessments - Conducted field surveys and prepared reports on numerous bridge replacements, roadway improvements and new linear transportation corridors statewide. Field surveys involved the identification and documentation of aquatic resources, wetlands, and threatened or endangered species and/or their critical habitat. Results were provided in the format requested by TDOT (Scope A, Form G, Form J, Form N, or Biological Assessment).

Maury County Water System - Conducted field survey to determine the possible presence of critical habitat for state and federally listed plants and animals within the construction zone of proposed improvements to the water system of Maury County. Prepared Biological Assessment for the plants and animals listed by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service as threatened or endangered and known to occur in the area.

Land Developers and Contractors within Davidson County, Tennessee Contracted by numerous land developers and contractors to collect and relocate Nashville Crayfish (Orconectes shoupi) from Mill Creek and its tributaries. Collection and relocation methods are designed to meet the stipulations of ARAP permits as well as those of the U. S. Fish and Wildlife collection permit.

Aerojet Ordnance Tennessee, NPDES Compliance - Conducted benthic macroinvertebrate field collections and habitat assessment of Little Limestone Creek in Washington County, Tennessee. Interpreted data and

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan prepared report in accordance with EPA’s Rapid Bioassessment Protocols for use in Wadeable Streams and Rivers. 

Royal Oak Charcoal, NPDES Compliance - Conducted benthic macroinvertebrate field collections and habitat assessment of Meadow Creek in Cumberland County, Tennessee. Interpreted data and prepared report in accordance with EPA’s Rapid Bioassessment Protocols for use in Wadeable Streams and Rivers.

Bowater Newsprint, NPDES Compliance - Collection of fish from the Hiwassee River in Bradley County, Tennessee. Fish were collected using electrofishing methods and fish tissue samples were prepared in accordance with EPA’s Guidance for Assessing Chemical Contaminant Data for use in Fish Advisories, Volume 1, Fish Sampling and Analysis.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS American Fisheries Society (AFS) North American Benthological Society (NABS) PROFESSIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS Layzer, J.B., T.J. Nehus, W.L. Pennington, J.A. Gore, and J.M. Nestler. 1989. Seasonal Composition of the Drift below a Peaking Hydroelectric Project. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management, 3;29-34. Nehus, T.J., J.B. Layzer, and W.L. Pennington. 1989. Effects of Peaking Hydroelectric Generation on Macroinvertebrate Drift in the Caney Fork River. Bulletin of the North American Benthological Society G(1):112. Nehus, T.J., J.B. Layzer, and W.L. Pennington. 1989. Importance of Reservoir Biota to Stream Drift in Center Hill Tailwater. The ASB Bulletin 36(2):109. Nehus, T.J. 1995. The Influence of Peaking Hydroelectric Discharges on the Normal Drift Patterns of Benthic Macroinvertebrates in the Caney Fork River. MS Thesis, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, Tennessee

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan JOSE GARCIA PROJECT MANAGER/ECOLOGIST Project Role: Ecological Assessment and Permitting EDUCATION B.S., Biology, Middle Tennessee State University, 1997 TRAINING/ CERTIFICATIONS

Certified Hazardous Materials Manger (CHMM) TDEC Level I Erosion Prevention and Sediment Control Course

Mr. Garcia has over 12 years of experience with water quality and aquatic resources alteration permitting and regulatory compliance, ecological assessments, aquatic impact mitigation and pollutant investigations. He specializes in wetland delineation, stream and wetland mitigation and studies of aquatic ecosystems; conducting rare, threatened, and endangered (RTE) species surveys, evaluating erosion control measures, mitigation plans; stream and reservoir water quality sampling; monitoring soil, sediment, and surface water. Mr. Garcia has experience managing Phase I Environmental Site Assessments & Phase II Sampling’s throughout the United States, Europe and South America. Recently, Mr. Garcia has been responsible for the preparation of Environmental Assessments in accordance with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). SELECTED PROJECT EXPERIENCE 

TDOT Sediment Assessments - Projects included SR-32 (Claiborne County). Conducted field surveys to determine sediment impacts to streams receiving runoff from roadway construction. Assisted with the construction activities to stabilize banks and performed oversight of contractors performing stream restoration and sediment removal activities on remediation efforts.

TDOT Ecological Assessments - Conducted field surveys and prepared reports on numerous bridge replacements, roadway improvements, and new linear corridor alignments. Field surveys involved the identification and documentation of aquatic resources, wetlands, streams, springs, and threatened or endangered species and/or their critical habitat.

TDOT State Route 840 Stream Impact Mitigation; Williamson, Dickson, and Hickman Counties, Tennessee Member of field crew locating appropriate sites on landowner property to mitigate more than 8,000 feet of stream impact resulting from culvert construction. Participated in design mitigation features, including cattle exclusion, alternate watering systems, and defined crossings.

Wetland Assessments/Delineations/Permitting; Multiple Locations Wetland assessments were performed for clients to determine whether properties designated as their project sites contained wetlands that may be impacted by the project. Wetland delineations were conducted on sites which were determined to have wetland related issues. Delineations were performed in accordance with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) 1987 delineation manual.

Southeast Ventures; Nashville, Tennessee Performed a wetland assessment of a 10-acre parcel and delineated 0.24acre of wetland. Prepared a TDEC 401 individual permit application for the

40-Hour Hazwoper, Site Worker (29 CFR 1910.120) with Annual 8 hour Refreshers Duke University Environmental Leadership Program Implementation of the National Environmental Policy Act Duke University Environmental Leadership Program Socioeconomic Impact Analysis Under NEPA

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan loss of an isolated wetland. Permit was approved for use of a mitigation bank as compensation.

Environmental Assessments USACE, Louisville District Prepared three EAs under contract with the Louisville District: th

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159 Multi-functional Aviation Brigade Complex and 101 Airborne Division Road Realignment (2006): Served as Project Manager for the th preparation of an Environmental Assessment (EA) for the proposed 159 st Multi-functional Aviation Brigade Complex and the 101 Airborne Division Road Realignment project. Performed field surveys and data-gathering on more than 200 acres regarding potential impacts to the human and natural environment. Direct, indirect and cumulative impacts were considered. The EA resulted in a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI). Expansion of U.S. Highway 79, Stewart and Montgomery Counties, Tennessee (2006): Served as Project Manager for the preparation of an EA for properties to be acquired by the Fort Campbell Military Reservation (Fort Campbell) due to the realignment of Highway 79. Performed field surveys and data-gathering on more than 200 acres of property located south of the Fort Campbell boundary. Impacts to the human and natural environment were considered. Direct, indirect and cumulative impacts were considered. The EA resulted in a FONSI.

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Tennessee State University Preconstruction Environmental Assessment. Mr. Garcia served as project manager and primary author of a Preconstruction Environmental Assessment (PEA) in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) and Section 9 of the Special Terms and Conditions C – 1890 Facilities Program, Section 1447 of the U.S Department of Agriculture – Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service. The PEA was prepared for the Tennessee State University Agricultural IT Building. Mr. Garcia performed data-gathering and report preparation regarding potential impacts to the human and natural environment. Direct, indirect and cumulative impacts were considered. The PEA resulted in a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI).

United States Post Office – Port Huron Main Post Office. Mr. Garcia served as primary author for the preparation of an EA in compliance the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) and the United States Postal Service facilities environmental guide for the proposed New Main Post Office project to be constructed in the Port Huron Township. Performed data-gathering and report preparation regarding potential impacts to the human and natural environment. Coordinated with federal and state regulators, which included the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Section 7 requirements), and consulted with the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office in accordance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Direct, indirect and cumulative impacts were considered. The EA resulted in a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI).

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan MICHAEL HORSLEY EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Geology, Emphasis in Hydrology

PROJECT MANAGER / GEOLOGIST Project Role: Environmental and Remedial Action Plan

Western Kentucky University

Mr. Horsley is a Registered Professional Geologist in the State of Tennessee with 15 years experience in the environmental field conducting and supervising environmental investigation and remediation projects in karst and non-karst terrains. Mr. Horsley was responsible for the closure of numerous Tennessee, Alabama, Indiana, Kentucky, Mississippi, and Georgia petroleum UST sites and has performed groundwater modeling activities on several projects. Mr. Horsley has performed and supervised numerous Phase I and II assessments and has performed hydrogeologic investigations at several solid waste landfills in the state of Tennessee.

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PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Registered Professional Geologist, Tennessee, #3329

Solvent Facilities Assessment, groundwater monitoring, and remediation design at active solvent distribution centers. The projects involved the investigation of both soil and water using both direct push technology and auger drilling technology. Semi-annual groundwater monitoring is being performed, and a remediation plan is being developed and/or utilized.

OSHA 40 Hour Health & Safety Training

Litigation Support by providing expert witness, sampling techniques, sample custody, and management of data for several environmentally sensitive cases.

OSHA Management and Supervisor Training

Management and performance of several solid waste facilities groundwater monitoring programs in the State of Tennessee. The management includes communication with clients and regulatory staffs, budget maintenance, review of technical reports, and timely completion of monitoring reports.

Management and performance of several solid waste facilities Assessment Activities including groundwater, landfill gas, and leachate issues. The projects have included investigation, monitoring, and corrective action. The projects have also included alternate source demonstrations to demonstrate naturally occurring contaminants are impacting the sites.

Management, installation, and abandonment of numerous soil direct push technology holes, soil and bedrock borings, piezometers, vapor wells, monitor wells, and remediation wells in numerous states.

Management of several facilities in the Tennessee Voluntary Cleanup, Over-site, and Cleanup (VOAP) program within the State of Tennessee including Brownfield corrective actions in the State of Tennessee. A No Further Action letter was issued after both excavation and disposal of soil and the decontamination of building walls, floors, and ceilings of both PAH’s and PCB’s were performed.

Oversite of soil and bedrock borings and installation of monitor wells in a deep karst aquifer at one of the largest Brownfield sites in the United States.

Management and oversite of numerous remediation projects associated with the demolition of the former buildings within the footprint of the Tennessee Titans Stadium. Projects included Tennessee Special Waste and Hazardous Waste remediation and waste recycling.

Western Kentucky University Graduate Studies, Karst Geomorphology and Hydrology

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Confined Space Entry Training Application of Field Screening Techniques for Expediting and Improving UST Site Investigation and Remediation, US EPA Region IV Training Course Short Course, IBM-PC Applications for Groundwater Pollution and Hydrology, National Groundwater Association Training Course

The Nielsen Environmental Sampling Field Course

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SUPPORT GROUP

Commercial Aquatic Engineering Eden Prairie, MN

Role: Sustainable Water Features CAE has been involved in the design of over 1000 water features and are true experts in the field. Their expertise includes structural design, waterproofing, finishes, mechanical operating systems and electrical control systems. CAE has observed that the the human response to creative water features and aquatic recreation facilities is profound. They beleive that remarkable design and creativity of water amenities help to improve a community’s quality of life now and in the future. CAE will be working with the design team to develop the small scale, sustainable water features included in the Adeventure Playground. CAE will also work with the design team on the dramatic river fountain planned for the foot of Broadway Ave.

Greg Stoks, Principal Greg has been involved in the water entertainment industry since 1983 when he joined his father’s residential and commercial swimming pool business. In 1997, Commercial Aquatic Engineering (CAE) was formed with Greg as principal of the company. The company rapidly developed a reputation for being able to provide everything from design consultation to complete construction and maintenance services. Greg has a long history as a pioneer and innovator in the water entertainment industry and has been a featured speaker at many national conferences. He has been involved in over 1000 fountain and water feature design projects throughout the world, developing a true core competency in water feature design and construction.

Marty Knuth, P.G. Vice President Edward Benck is a 1983 graduate of Marquette University College of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. While at Marquette University, he focused his studies in the areas of fluid mechanics and the structure and properties of engineering materials. Edward has over 25 years experience developing and designing various custom engineered fluid handling systems. With an eye for aesthetics and an in-depth knowledge of fluid dynamics, Edward has created a marriage between the two. His diverse experience helps to balance the vision and needs of the client with the needs and opportunities of the site and surrounding environment. His technical ability, along with his hands-on experience relative to the design of water amenities, has helped define Commercial Aquatic Engineering as a leader in the design-build field. Coupled with his knowledge of fluid mechanics, Edward has over 15 years of direct experience in design, construction administration, contract negotiation and comprehensive project coordination. These skills provide specific design-build solutions for the development and implementation of large and small scale water entertainmentamenities that meet the financial and aesthetic goals of the client.

Relevant projects: Clarksville Marina at Fairgrounds Park, Clarksville, TN Harpeth Shoals Marina, Ashland City, TN Aquatic Resource Inventories, Pittsburgh, PA Revegetation and Streambank Stabilization, PA Statewide Environmental Assessment for Transportation Projects Statewide, TDOT Nashville Zoo Stream Restoration and Water Resource Planning, Nashville, TN Lower Tennessee River Clean Water Act and Section 10 Permitting, Paducah, KY Franklin Battlefield Stream Restoration, Franklin, TN LTV South Side Works, URA of Pittsburgh, PA


Principals Greg Stoks

Greg Stoks has been involved in the water entertainment industry since 1983 when he joined his father’s residential and commercial swimming pool business. In 1997, Commercial Aquatic Engineering was formed with Greg as principal of the company. The company rapidly developed a reputation for being able to provide everything from design consultation to complete construction and maintenance services. CAE was asked by Rainforest Café management to help simplify and redesign their signature water features to improve reliability, reduce installation complexity and improve system maintenance. Under Greg’s leadership, CAE responded with the development of UL listed, prefabricated mechanical systems and highly innovative prefabricated fountain structures. These new systems dramatically reduced field installation time and space requirements, improved reliability and were significantly easier to maintain than the original designs. Greg purchased CAE in 2000 with the vision that this new prefabricated approach would streamline the water feature development process allowing the company to provide competitively priced fountains throughout the United States. It became quickly apparent that architects generally lacked critical information needed for water features implementation. In response, Greg developed a concept validation and budgeting process to assist architects with initial water feature concepts, concept support documentation, functionality and performance reviews and budgeting analysis. In 2002, Greg founded Aquatic Recreation Company, (ARC), where he developed a full line of water play elements for the aquatic industry. Leveraging his twenty four years of experience in the aquatic industry, plus CAE’s water manipulation technologies and the new prefabricated mechanical systems for splash pads recirculation systems, ARC now offers over 100 water play attractions and interactive features that are unique to the industry. Greg has a long history as a pioneer and innovator in the water entertainment industry and has been a featured speaker at many national conferences. He has been involved in over a 1000 water feature design projects throughout the world, developing a true core competency in water feature design and construction.


Edward Benck is a 1983 graduate of Marquette University College of Engineering, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. While at Marquette University, he focused his studies in the areas of fluid mechanics and the structure and properties of engineering materials. Edward has over 25 years of experience developing and designing various custom engineered fluid handling systems. With an eye for aesthetics and an in-depth knowledge of fluid dynamics, Edward has created a marriage between the two. His diverse experience helps to balance the vision and needs of the client with the needs and opportunities of the site and surrounding environment. His technical ability, along with his hands-on experience relative to the design of water amenities has helped define Commercial Aquatic Engineering as a leader in the design-build field. Coupled with his knowledge of fluid mechanics, Edward has over 15 years of direct experience in design, construction administration, contract negotiation and comprehensive project coordination. These skills provide specific design-build solutions for the development and implementation of large and small scale water entertainment amenities that meet the financial and aesthetic goals of the client. In 2000 Edward purchased Commercial Aquatic Engineering and in 2002 founded Aquatic Recreation Company LLC along with his partner, Greg Stoks. Aquatic Recreation Company LLC provides custom and themed aquatic structures, turn key skid mounted feature and filtration pumping systems along with full design services to the commercial and municipal water park market. Both Commercial Aquatic Engineering and Aquatic Recreation Company LLC serve the aquatic industry by satisfying the needs specific to the application. On the whole, the human response to creative water features and aquatic recreation facilities is profound. Remarkable design and creativity of water amenities help to improve a community’s quality of life now and in the future.

Principals Edward Benck


SUPPORT GROUP

ETM Associates Highland Park, NJ

Role: Park Programming/ Park Operations and Maintenence Planning ETM isconcerned with all aspects of public space. Formed in 1997, ETM ASSOCIATES, LLC provides comprehensive services in the design and management of public spaces. The firm brings a wide range of professional, technical and entrepreneurial expertise to every project. ETM see’s the design, implementation, and ongoing management as a continuum of related professional activities. Through application of their professional skills, they strive to improve the quality of the relationship between those responsible for public space users. Timothy Marshall, principal and owner of ETM, has been involved with public space issues for more 25 years. Mr. Marshall was formerly the Deputy Administrator and Vice President for the Central Park Conservancy. As former Deputy Administrator and Vice President for New York City’s Central Park Conservancy, he was involved in the development of The Central Park Restoration and Management Plan, and was directly responsible for its ongoing implementation as well as the day-to-day management of Central Park, one of the world’s most important public spaces. Since forming ETM ASSOCIATES, LLC, he has served as the driving force behind an impressive list of significant national and international public space projects. For the Nashville Riverfront, ETM will conduct a quick overall assessment of the current Nashville Park’s M&O capabilities relative to future M&O of the riverfront and provide guidance and reocmemdnations for the M&O needs of the Riverfront, inlcuding annual budget/ FTE estimates. ETM will also provide suggestions with regards to events and activities for the Riverfront Park. ETM will also work with Metro and MHDA to review any opportunities for public-private partnerships or any other kind of management or operating model that would include roles for some or all of the other stakeholders. Timothy Marshall, RLA, ASLA, Principal Tim Marshall was formerly Vice President for the Central Park Conservancy and Deputy Administrator of Central Park for more than 13 years with direct responsibility for the daily management of the Park. Mr. Marshall was responsible for the development and implementation of the zone-based management strategy currently employed in Central Park and numerous other parks nationally. Mr. Marshall has extensive hands-on experience with park management and operations along with creative problem solving for park management and operations, funding and public/private involvement.

Tsz Ting Liu (Desiree), Landscape Designer, Project Manager Desiree provides research, analysis and graphic design for a number of ETM projects. She is currently working on a 10 Year Landscape Management and Maintenance Plan for the 2012 London Olympics. She recently completed management analysis and maintenance strategies for projects the Art Park in the United Arab Emirates and the Main Street Garden Park in Dallas, Texas. She is also providing support for the maintenance study that is currently underway for the City of Hampton Virginia. She has completed maintenance plans for Prospect Park in Brooklyn and several other NYC projects as well as the Heng Chung Tropical Botanical Garden in Taiwan. Desiree earned a B.S. form Rutgers University, Cook College in Landscape Architecture.

Stephen Hobbs, Landscape Designer, Project Manager Steve provides public space management research and analysis and graphic design for a number of ETM projects. He is currently preparing management analysis and maintenance strategies for the City of Hampton, Va. He is reviewing the maintenance and operations for the entire City and developing recommendations to improve city-wide maintenance efforts. He is also providing support for a number of projects currently underway in New York City. He recently completed a park-wide maintenance study for Prospect Park in Brooklyn. Steve has earned a B.S. form Rutgers University, Cook College in Landscape Architecture

Relevant projects: Olympic Park – 2012 Olympics, London, England (with Hargreaves Associates) High Line, NY, NY Hudson River Park, NY, NY Governors Island, NY Discovery Green, Houston, TX (with Hargreaves Associates) Three Rivers Park, Pittsburgh, PA Point State Park, Pittsburgh, PA


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C. PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN

Tsz Ting (Désirée) Liu EDUCATION Rutgers University, Cook College

Sept. 2001 – May 2004

Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture Minor degree in Political Science

Rutgers University, Livingston College SKILLS

Sept. 2000 – May 2001

Computing Skills: AutoCAD, Adobe Photoshop; Illustrator, InDesign, Microsoft Office, SketchUp Language Fluency: English, Chinese; Cantonese, Mandarin, Min-Namese/ Taiwanese, Basic Japanese

WORK EXPERIENCE ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C.

2005 - Present

Landscape Designer, Project Manager

• Responsible for research, analysis, graphic design and report writing for a number of ETM projects. • Current projects include preparing a long term 10 year landscape management report for the London 2012 Olympic Park, researching program opportunities for the Legislative Grounds at Edmonton, Alberta in Canada. • Previous projects include preparing management analysis and maintenance strategies for the Art Park in United Arab Emirates; Main Street Park in Dallas, Texas; Discovery Green Park in Houston, Texas; and High Line in New York City. • Completed maintenance plans include Prospect Park in Brooklyn, Governors Island in New York City and Heng Chun Tropical Botanical Garden in Kenting, Taiwan. • Other projects include preparing historic preservation report and analysis on Bass River State Forest Park, Garden State Parkway, Whippany Burying Grounds, and Vannatta Farmstead in New Jersey.

1202 Raritan Avenue Highland Park, NJ 08904-3643 USA

Phone: 732.572.6626 (NJ) Fax: 732.572.7161 Email: etm.desiree@verizon.net


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C. PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN

Stephen Hobbs EDUCATION Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, New Brunswick, NJ 2005-2008 BS Environmental Planning and Design, Landscape Architecture Option, Professionally accredited degree, GPA 3.5 Environmental Geomatics Certificate - 2009

SKILLS

Experience in drafting, design, rendering, grading, surveying, and digital media Digital media includes: AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite, ArcGIS, ERDAS, Microsoft Office and SketchUp

WORK EXPERIENCE ETM Associates, L.L.C., Highland Park, NJ Landscape Designer, Project Manager

2007-Present

Participate in work that focused on public space design Attende meetings to consult with clients and other project team members from a variety of professions Sketche conceptual designs and compiled project estimates Translate sketches of site plans and construction details into AutoCAD Augmente the existing file management system to improve productivity and consistency in all drafted material Utilize various digital medial to render site plans an prepare project booklets Honors and Activities Sigma Lamda Alpha Honor Society (2007) Dean’s List, Rutgers University (2006, 2008) Student Member ASLA

1202 Raritan Avenue Highland Park, NJ 08904-3643 USA

Phone: 732.572.6626 (NJ) Fax: 732.572.7161 Email: etm.steve@verizon.net


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C . PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN

TIMOTHY MARSHALL PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE • ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C. 1997-present President ETM Associates, L.L.C. specializes in Public Space Design, Public Space Management and Project Management. The firm provides a high level of experience and expertise in the disciplines of historic landscape preservation, landscape architecture, park planning, park management and public space funding. • CENTRAL PARK CONSERVANCY 1983-1997 CITY OF NEW YORK PARKS & RECREATION Deputy Central Park Administrator January-August 1996 Vice President for City & External Relations Senior manager responsible for the formulation and management of public policy with governmental authorities, community boards, civic groups, Parks & Recreation, Conservancy Board of Trustees and Conservancy Departmental Staff.

Deputy Central Park Administrator 1991-1997 Vice President for Capital Projects & Operations Senior manager responsible for the development and implementation of plans to manage, maintain and restore Central Park in the most efficient and effective manner within public policy guidelines.

Director of Capital Projects & Preservation 1985-1990 Managed the design and construction of all Central Park capital projects, both privately and publicly funded and coordinated all the details of the capital program.

Director of Construction & Preservation 1985-1988 Responsible for the coordination and supervision of a number of capital construction projects both in-house and contracted; developed a management information system to provide data essential to the control of projects; developed and supervised an in-house preservation program.

Restoration Coordinator 1983-1985 Responsible for the development and supervision of an in-house restoration graffiti removal program. 1202 Raritan Avenue Highland Park, NJ 08904-3643 USA

Phone: 732.572.6626 (NJ) Fax:� 732.572.7161 Email: �etmassoc.llc@verizon.net


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C . PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN

TIMOTHY MARSHALL EDUCATION • Rutgers University, Cook College 1983 B.S. Landscape Architecture • Merrill Lynch Training Seminar 1992 • Restore Program Williamsburg, VA 1983 • Registered Landscape Architect New York, New Jersey (AS000872) and Maryland

EXPERIENCE • ETM Associates, L.L.C. 1997-present President • Central Park Conservancy 1983-1996 Deputy Administrator January-August 1996 Vice President for City & External Relations Deputy Administrator 1991-1995 Vice President for Capital Projects & Operations Director of Capital Projects 1985-1990 Restoration Coordinator 1983-1985

EDUCATIONAL AWARDS • George H. Cook Honors Program • Honor Society of Sigma Lambda Alpha • Certificate of Merit, NJ Chapter of ASLA

1983 1983 1983

FELLOWSHIPS Atlantic Fellowship in Public Policy

September 1997-February 1998

1202 Raritan Avenue Highland Park, NJ 08904-3643 USA

Phone: 732.572.6626 (NJ) Fax:� 732.572.7161 Email: �etmassoc.llc@verizon.net


SUPPORT GROUP

EMC Structural Engineers Nashville, TN

Role: Structural Engineering EMC Structural Engineers, P.C., is a consulting engineering firm located in Nashville, Tennessee participating in the area of structural engineering. EMC provides services in structural design and analysis, value engineering, and investigations/forensics to the architectural and construction industry. EMC is committed to providing the highest quality of structural design services for its clients. This is accomplished through our principal involvement, experience, and use of state-of-the-art technical tools. Principal involvement in each project is standard at EMC. Principal structural engineers are involved in each project from early schematic designs through construction administration services. This gives each project the benefit of an engineer with 20-plus years of experience in every phase. Principals also serve as Project Managers, which improves communication and the flow of information on each project. This commitment allows EMC to provide our clients with structures designed to connect to and function for the project’s needs in every detail. EMC has expeience on a range of technically diverse projects throughout the nation and abroad, with completed construction costs ranging from $80 million to less than $250,000. EMC has experience in a wide range of building types including new construction, additions, and structural rehabilitations of historic buildings. Terry P. Scholes, P.E. Principal Mr. Scholes is one of the founders of the Firm. From his role as Director of Production, he has expanded production to become one of the most efficient production teams in the local area. Coordinating the use of computer-aided drafting along with computer-aided engineering has helped the production staff of the Firm to design highly efficient structures very quickly.

Mark E. Buchanan, P.E. Principal Mr. Buchanan is a principal with the Firm. From his role as Director of Design and Build projects and Director of Investigative/ Forensics Engineering, Mr. Buchanan is able to bring a keen sense of what is practical into his design and investigations. He is experienced in producing documents that are highly constructible. From this, he incorporates into design practical details for the project that reduces cost and expedites construction once it reaches the field.

Johnny E. Johnson Jr., P.E. Principal Mr. Johnson is a principal of EMC Structural Engineers, P.C. In addition to his regular design work, Mr. Johnson is the Director of Municipal Engineering, which involves heavy construction, such as bridges and water treatment facilities. As a designer, Mr. Johnson emphasizes the production of practical and easily built designs. With this emphasis, work in the field can be completed faster and with fewer potential difficulties.

Daniel K. Borsos, P.E. Principal Mr. Borsos is Chief Structural Engineer of the Firm. He is responsible for the application of all structural engineering fundamentals within the Firm. He has the ability to combine highly theoretical concepts with practical applications to produce highly efficient structures.Mr. Borsos’ specialties include seismic design, design of structures to resist high winds, renovation and value engineering. He has been selected to provide engineering consulting to the construction of several of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs. He has been able to adapt the original designs and update them with modern code requirements of seismicity and high winds.

Relevant projects: Franklin Bicentennial Park – Franklin, Tennessee Bicentennial Mall State Park – Nashville, Tennessee Rolling Mill Hill Greenway Switchback – Nashville, TN Three Nature Centers – Nashville, TN Recreation World – Franklin, Tennessee Pickneyville Park Building – Gwinnett County, Georgia


Terry P. Scholes, P.E. Principal Mr. Scholes is one of the founders of the Firm. From his role as Director of Production, he has expanded production to become one of the most efficient production teams in the local area. Coordinating the use of computer-aided drafting along with computer-aided engineering has helped the production staff of the Firm to design highly efficient structures very quickly. Relevant Experience: ⋅ Franklin Bicentennial Park – Franklin, TN This new park in a downtown urban setting includes a river walk, river overlooks, bridges, a large gathering pavilion, and miscellaneous support structures.

30 Years of Experience

Registered Professional Engineer Alabama, Arizona, California, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kentucky, Nevada, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Washington

Education B.S. – Belmont University, 1977 M.S. – University of Tennessee, 1979

Professional Affiliations American Concrete Institute American Institute of Architects, Affiliate American Institute of Steel Construction American Society of Professional Engineers Prestressed Concrete Institute

Honors and Awards Chi Epsilon Tau Beta Pi

⋅ Bicentennial Mall State Park – Nashville, TN This new state park located in downtown Nashville includes a history walk, a carillon at the Court of Three Stars, an amphitheater, numerous monuments, foundations and miscellaneous support structures. ⋅ Museum of African American Music, Art and Culture – Nashville, TN This museum is designed to house exhibits and educational space. The facility includes three large glass structures intended for special uses. The structure is a two-story structural steel building. ⋅ Rolling Mill Hill Greenway Switchback – Nashville, TN This structure is the link between the Historic Rolling Mill District to the Downtown Greenway. The switchback structure is a series of cantilevered steel bents with precast plank for the traffic surface. The design of the structure was to be as thin as possible to allow the bluff to be as visible as possible. ⋅ Three Nature Centers – Nashville, TN These three projects for the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation included nature centers located at Shelby Park, Bells Bend Park, and Beaman Park. The structures are wood framed buildings with one located in a flood plane and another located on a steep hillside in a very rustic setting. The sub-structure of these buildings were treated poles to elevate the buildings as high as 20 feet. The projects also included elevated walkways and ramps.


Mark E. Buchanan, P.E. Principal

Mr. Buchanan is a principal with the Firm. From his role as Director of Design and Build projects and Director of Investigative/Forensics Engineering, Mr. Buchanan is able to bring a keen sense of what is practical into his design and investigations. He is experienced in producing documents that are highly constructible. From this, he incorporates into design practical details for the project that reduces cost and expedites construction once it reaches the field. Some of Mr. Buchanan’s specialties include forensic/investigative engineering, industrial facilities, bridges, and wastewater treatment facilities. He is disciplined in investigating and diagnosing structural problems and designing practical remediation solutions. Relevant Experience:

30 Years of Experience

Registered Professional Engineer Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Tennessee, West Virginia

Education B.S. – Tennessee Technological University, 1978 Graduate Studies – University of Tennessee

Professional Affiliations American Society of Civil Engineers Associated Builders and Contractors, Affiliate National Academy of Forensic Engineers National Council of Engineering Examiners National Society of Professional Engineers

Honors and Awards Chi Epsilon Eagle Scout

⋅ YMCA Green Hills – Nashville, Tennessee Nine projects over the past twelve years. Projects include the 1994 addition and the 1999 addition and Teen Center. ⋅ YMCA Donelson-Hermitage - Nashville, Tennessee An addition to the existing structure comprised of load bearing masonry walls and steel joists. ⋅ YMCA Lodge III – Nashville, Tennessee New meeting facility including vaulted meeting space and auxiliary conference rooms with commercial kitchens and supplementary spaces to handle large groups. ⋅ YMCA Arts and Education Building – Nashville, Tennessee Design of four new structures at the YMCA Day Camp. Includes a roller rink, arts and education building, and exterior restrooms to supplement the Day Camp activities. ⋅ Small Consulting for Various YMCA Sites Work performed for the Harding Place, Harpeth, Concord Road, and Robertson County locations of the YMCA. ⋅ YMCA Bell Tower – Nashville, Tennessee ⋅ South Central Bell – Nashville, Tennessee Design of the tower and entertainment platform.


Johnny E. Johnson Jr., P.E. Principal Mr. Johnson is a principal of EMC Structural Engineers, P.C. In addition to his regular design work, Mr. Johnson is the Director of Municipal Engineering, which involves heavy construction, such as bridges and water treatment facilities. As a designer, Mr. Johnson emphasizes the production of practical and easily built designs. With this emphasis, work in the field can be completed faster and with fewer potential difficulties. Relevant Experience: ⋅ Club Drive Park – Lawrenceville, GA This project consisted of approximately 300 feet of an 8'0" wide walkway that connected to two octagon platforms, each which are approximately 650 square feet in plan size. The walkways and octagons were constructed in a man-made lake that is approximately five to 8 feet in depth. ⋅

23 Years of Experience

Registered Professional Engineer Kentucky, Michigan, North Carolina, Tennessee

Education B.S. – Tennessee Technological University, 1983 Graduate Studies – Tennessee Technological University

Professional Affiliations American Institute of Steel Construction

Honors and Awards Chi Epsilon

⋅ Frances Meadows Aquatic Center – Gainesville, GA This project is to be a 46,000 square foot structure that will contain an Olympic size pool, a therapy pool, activity rooms, a cardio/wellness area, and office space. The structure will utilize both steel framing and load bearing CMU. ⋅ Wellness and Aquatic Center –Cullman, AL This project will consist of an approximate 58,000 square foot structure that will contain a gymnasium, natatorium, wellness area, multi-purpose rooms, and office space. The structure will consist primarily of a metal deck and steel joist roof system supported by CMU walls. ⋅ MTSU Softball Complex – Murfreesboro, TN This project consists of a two-story structure that contains a pressbox and concession space. The structure has wood framed floors and roof that are supported by CMU walls. ⋅ MTSU Track & Field Improvements – Murfreesboro, TN This project consists of three single-story buildings located below a pressbox and a covered camera platform. The single-story structures are constructed with wood roof trusses bearing on CMU walls. The pressbox and camera deck are steel and wood framed with their support columns located such that they are independent of the single-story structures. The pressbox and camera deck tied into existing bleachers and stair towers.


Daniel K. Borsos, P.E. Principal Mr. Borsos is Chief Structural Engineer of the Firm. He is responsible for the application of all structural engineering fundamentals within the Firm. He has the ability to combine highly theoretical concepts with practical applications to produce highly efficient structures. Mr. Borsos’ specialties include seismic design, design of structures to resist high winds, renovation and value engineering. He has been selected to provide engineering consulting to the construction of several of Frank Lloyd Wright’s designs. He has been able to adapt the original designs and update them with modern code requirements of seismicity and high winds. Relevant Experience: ⋅ YMCA Northwest – Nashville, TN A new building addition of approximately 15,000 square feet that contains a gymnasium and a suspended running track as well as support facilities. ⋅

29 Years of Experience

Registered Professional Engineer Alabama, Missouri, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, Wyoming

Registered Civil Engineer California

Education B.S. – Tennessee Technological University, 1979 M.C.E. – North Carolina State University, 1981

Professional Affiliations American Institute of Steel Construction National Council of Engineering Examiners National Society of Professional Engineers

Honors and Awards Chi Epsilon Tau Beta Pi

⋅ YMCA East Nashville – Nashville, TN Additions and alterations to the existing facility. A gymnasium was added to the second floor of the existing building. ⋅ Boys and Girls Club – Nashville, TN Design of a new gymnasium and community center. ⋅ Pickneyville Park Building – Gwinnett County, GA Design of four concession and recreation buildings and two large pavilions. Exposed heavy timber trusses were used in several of the structures. The project included a posttensioned slab on grade roller hockey rink. ⋅ Lake Bottom Park Building – Columbus, GA Design of two concession and recreation buildings for little league baseball and football. ⋅ Cardinal Run Park Building – Lexington, KY Design of two large concession and recreation buildings.


SUPPORT GROUP

Power Management Corporation Nashville, TN

Role: MEP Engineering Power Management Corporation (PMC) is a full-service consulting engineering firm established in 1993. They offer HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection design and construction administration services as well as Commissioning Services and LEED Documentation Services. PMC completes approximately 225 projects per year throughout the Eastern United States. The construction value of these projects ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to tens of millions of dollars each. Power Management maintains design offices in Nashville, TN, and Apalachicola, FL. PMC presently has 14 full time employees including eight Professional Engineers, one Engineer in Training, four Designers, and an Operations Manager. They have three Certified Commissioning Agents (CxA) and six LEED Accredited Professionals. Our Professional Engineers have a combined experience of over 160 years. Power Management’s project experience includes the design of mechanical and electrical systems for virtually every type of facility including commercial, institutional, military, industrial, and healthcare. Many of their projects include critical power systems and on-site standby power systems.PMC is actively involved in Building Information Modeling and regularly produce designs using Autodesk Revit. PMC is at the forefront of sustainable design. Six of our professional engineers are LEED Accredited Professionals under the U.S. Green Building Council’s program. We regularly complete designs for facilities that become LEED certified. PMC designed Nashville’s first LEED Certified building and recently completed design of Tennessee’s first LEED Gold Building. Over PMC’s 15 year history they have had the privilege of successfully completing dozens of projects for the Nashville Metropolitan Government. John Gore, P.E., LEED AP, CxA, President Mr. Gore has served as President for Power Management Corporation since founding the firm in 1993. In his position of seniorlevel management, he has led the firm in establishing an excellent reputation for design and service. In addition to his 30 + years of experience as a consulting electrical engineer, Mr. Gore has hands-on construction experience. He was President and Chief Electrical Design Engineer of a turnkey electrical construction company for five years. From this diversity of experience, Mr. Gore has developed expertise in design and analysis of electrical power generation, power distribution and control, substations, power systems analysis, protective relaying, life safety systems, control and signaling systems, grounding and lightning protection systems. He also has a broad knowledge of project management, cost control, estimating, and conflict resolution experience.

Judson H. Adams, PE, LEED AP, CxA, Vice President, Electrical Engineer Mr. Adams has completed the design and commissioning of numerous commercial, industrial, and institutional projects. He has extensive design experience in the fields of lighting, emergency power systems, life safety systems, and power distribution systems. He is especially skilled in the areas of power quality and harmonic analysis. Mr. Adams graduated from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electrical Engineering.

C. Louis Hall, PE, Director of Mechanical Services, Mechanical Engineer With more than 32 years experience as a mechanical engineer, Mr. Hall has a significant background in mechanical design, design/ build and construction projects, and commissioning services. Mr. Hall has acquired extensive experience in the service and troubleshooting aspects of mechanical systems. Mr. Hall received his Bachelor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville.

Grayson H. Adams, PE, Mechanical Engineer Mr. Adams is experienced in the design of HVAC, plumbing and piping systems for industrial, institutional, and commercial facilities. He graduated from Auburn University in December 2000 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Relevant projects: McCabe Community Center, Nashville, TN Coleman Park Community Center, Nashville, TN Two-Rivers Golf Course Club House, Nashville, TN Water Street Marina, Apalachicola, FL Nashville Zoo Projects, Nashville, TN Currey Ingram Academy, Brentwood, TN


Grayson H. Adams, P.E., LEED AP POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Mechanical Engineer Education: • Auburn University, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, 2000 Registrations: • Tennessee • Florida

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Missouri North Carolina

Certifications: • LEED Accredited Professional; US Green Building Council Affiliations: • US Green Building Council • American Society of Plumbing Engineers • American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers • National Fire Protection Association • Society of Fire Protection Engineers Technical Training: • Building Energy Modeling • Hydronics Education Course • Revit MEP 2008 • Psychometrics • Hourly Analysis Program Load Estimation • NFPA Training and Professional Development of Fire Suppression Systems • Precision Air Conditioning Design • Plumbing Systems Design • PSMJ Project Management Training Professional Summary: Mr. Adams serves as a mechanical engineer for Power Management Corporation and has been with the company since July, 2001. He currently serves as the Production Manager of the Mechanical Department., and sits on the company advisory Board of Directors. Grayson has been the mechanical engineer of record for numerous types of projects including corporate office, healthcare, restaurants, educational, hospitality, religious, recreational, Industrial, and financial establishments. Additionally, Mr. Adams has expertise in the areas of HVAC and fire protection systems design for data center and critical systems facilities. He is also accomplished in computer aided energy modeling, and computational fluid dynamics. As a LEED Accredited Professional, he has been involved with numerous projects that are promoting energy efficiency, including six LEED projects in the last 18 months.


Jeffery L. Pinkston, P.E. POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Mechanical Engineer Education: Tennessee Technological University, Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering cum laude, 1981 Registrations: •

Tennessee

Affiliations: •

American Society of Heating, Refrigerating, and Air-Conditioning Engineers

Professional Summary: Mr. Pinkston serves as a mechanical engineer for Power Management Corporation. Jeffery has more than 25 years experience in the design of mechanical and HVAC systems for educational, commercial, institutional, and industrial projects. His experience includes design of ductwork, piping, controls, equipment selection, HVAC load calculations, and specifications writing. Mr. Pinkston served as Lead Mechanical Engineer for University School of Nashville’s Hassenfeld Library, which won the American Consulting Engineers Council Engineering of Tennessee Excellence Award in Building Technology Systems for 2005. Prior experience includes commercial HVAC systems design at Dunlap-Bumpas Associates and facilities engineering support at CALSPAN Corporation, AEDC Division.


John M. Gore, P.E., LEED AP, CxA POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION President Education: Vanderbilt University, Bachelor of Engineering, Electrical Engineering, 1970 Owen Graduate School of Management, Vanderbilt University, Masters Degree in Business Administration, 1984 Registrations: • Alabama • Arkansas • California • Colorado • Florida • Georgia • Indiana • Iowa

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Kentucky Louisiana Massachusetts Mississippi New Mexico North Carolina Ohio Oregon

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Pennsylvania South Carolina Tennessee Texas Virginia Washington West Virginia

Certifications: • LEED Accredited Professional; U S Green Building Council • Certified Commissioning Authority; AABC Commissioning Group • Certified Green Building Engineer; Association of Energy Engineers • Certified Cogeneration Professional; Association of Energy Engineers • Certified Energy Manager; Association of Energy Engineers • Certified Energy Procurement Professional; Association of Energy Engineers • Distributed Generation Certified Professional; Association of Energy Engineers Affiliations: • U.S. Green Building Council • Association of Energy Engineers • American Society for Healthcare Engineering • Florida Healthcare Engineering Association • Apalachicola Chamber of Commerce

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AABC Commissioning Group Associated Builders & Contractors Electric Generating Systems Association Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce National Society of Professional Engineers

Professional Summary: Mr. Gore has served as President for Power Management Corporation since founding the firm in 1993. In his position of senior-level management, he has led the firm in establishing an excellent reputation for design and service. In addition to his 30 + years of experience as a consulting electrical engineer, Mr. Gore has hands-on construction experience. He was President and Chief Electrical Design Engineer of a turnkey electrical construction company for five years. From this diversity of experience, Mr. Gore has developed expertise in design and analysis of electrical power generation, power distribution and control, substations, power systems analysis, protective relaying, life safety systems, control and signaling systems, grounding and lightning protection systems. He also has a broad knowledge of project management, cost control, estimating, and conflict resolution experience.


Judson H. Adams, P.E., LEED AP, CxA POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Vice-President, Director of Electrical Services Education: • Vanderbilt University, Bachelor of Electrical Engineering, 1996 Professional Engineer – Registered in the flowing States: • Tennessee • Missouri • Alabama • North Carolina • Georgia • Maryland Other Certifications: • LEED Accredited Professional; US Green Building Council • Certified Commissioning Authority; AABC Commissioning Group Affiliations: • Member – The Uptime Institue, Inc. • Member - U.S. Green Building Council • Member - Illuminating Engineering Society • Member - National Fire Protection Association • Member - Associated Builders and Contractors • Building/Fire Code Board of Adjustments and Appeals for the city of Franklin, Tennessee. Formal Training: • Revit MEP 2008 • NFPA Fire Protection Specialist Training • IESNA Lightning Education • NFPA Fire Alarm Systems Design • Construction Estimating • Emergency Power Systems Analysis and Design • Electrical Systems Design for Healthcare Facilities Professional Summary: Mr. Adams has been with Power Management Corporation Since May, 1995. He has served as Director of Electrical Services since January, 2001, and was promoted to Vice President in July, 2005. He became a principal in 2007. Since 2001, Mr. Adams has been the electrical engineer of record for over 1,000 construction projects. He has designed electrical systems for a wide variety of buildings, ranging from corporate office complexes, to multi-million dollar data centers, to mixed-use residential and retail facilities. He is especially skilled in lighting design, critical power systems, and data center infrastructure. Mr. Adams’s project involvement has given him a broad understanding of all divisions of construction, from groundbreaking to commissioning and acceptance. His experience includes comprehensive construction administration services on a wide variety of projects. In his capacity as Vice President, Mr. Adams supervises all PMC project managers to ensure well-coordinated projects, and to maintain high quality standards throughout each project.


C. Louis Hall, P.E. POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Director of Mechanical Services Education: • University of Tennessee, Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, 1964 Registrations/Certifications: • Alabama • Georgia • Kentucky

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Mississippi Tennessee

Affiliations: • U.S. Green Building Council • Associated Builders and Contractors Professional Summary: For more than 37 years as a mechanical engineer, Mr. Hall has gained experience in the design, installation, and maintenance of all types of HVAC, plumbing, and fire suppression systems. He has been involved in a variety of mechanical design, design/build and construction projects, and has acquired extensive experience in service and commissioning of mechanical systems. Louis has been Director of Mechanical Services at Power Management Corporation since 1998. He supervises mechanical engineers and coordinates electrical, civil, and architectural work with mechanical designs. In his capacity as Director, Mr. Hall works closely with the Director of Electrical Services to ensure well coordinated projects, and to maintain high quality standards. Mr. Hall has a significant background in contracting and project commissioning. For thirteen years, as President and Chief Design Engineer of a firm that specialized in mechanical contracting, he designed and installed many projects for all types of clients, including a large industrial defense contractor. He was President and Owner of a consulting engineering firm, where he personally commissioned over 120 new facilities throughout the U.S. for a large retail client. Currently, he is working on commissioning HVAC systems for multiple LEED projects. Mr. Hall’s knowledge of critical systems/data center air-conditioning is vast. He has been the engineer of record for most of the data center projects Power Management Corporation has designed. His expertise in hydronic piping systems has lead to many successful projects in the past ten years.


Richard Van Dyke, P.E., CxA, CEM POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Senior Mechanical Engineer Education: • Tennessee Technological University, Bachelor of Science Mechanical Engineering, 1983 Registrations: • • •

Tennessee Louisiana Ohio

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Virginia South Carolina Maryland

Technical Training: • Building Energy Modeling • Hydronics Education Course • Revit MEP 2008 • Psychometrics • Hourly Analysis Program Load Estimation • Plumbing Systems Design • Geothermal Design Affiliations: • Construction Specifications Institute • AEE – Association of Energy Engineers • NCEES – National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying • ACG -AABC Commissioning Group Professional Summary: Mr. Van Dyke serves as a mechanical engineer for Power Management Corporation. He is experienced in the design of a wide variety of HVAC, process piping and plumbing systems. In addition to his 25 + years of experience as a consulting mechanical engineer, Mr. Van Dyke has design experience in air conditioning and plumbing systems for all types of buildings and hands-on construction experience. He has spent seven years as custom machinery designer, several years in municipal and utility natural gas distribution piping design and industrial piping. He was President and Chief Mechanical Design Engineer of a Consulting Engineering firm for three years. From this diversity of experience, Mr. Van Dyke has developed expertise in design and analysis of mechanical air conditioning, heating ventilating, control systems, plumbing and fire protection systems. He also has a broad knowledge of project management, cost control and estimating experience. Mr. Van Dyke has recently acquired certification as an Energy Manager and a Commissioning Authority.


SUPPORT GROUP

RPM Transportation Consultants LLC Nashville, TN

Role: Multimodal Transportation Planning and Traffic Engineering RPM Transportation Consultants provides experienced, professional transportation and traffic planning and engineering services for municipal and private clients. By focusing its practice on transportation engineering and planning, the firm has developed outstanding expertise in design¬ing innovative solutions to problems caused by urban traffic congestion. RPM Transportation Consultants has successfully applied this approach in serving its public and private clients throughout the Tennessee and the Southeast. Since its formation in 1987, RPM Transportation Consultants has established a strong leadership role in the transportation consulting field. The firm has completed hundreds of traffic engineering, planning and parking studies and has extensive experience in ITS applications and traffic signal design and operations. Major projects that RPM Transportation RPM has established a reputation for developing innovative and creative solutions to traffic problems. Bicycle and pedestrian planning and design projects are an area of focus for RPM Transportation Consultants, which has completed many such projects in Tennessee. The firm’s expertise in this area has resulted in successful bicycle and pedestrian plans for Nashville/Davidson County, the Chattanooga area MPO, the Memphis area MPO, Sumner County, Wilson County, and the cities of Brentwood, Franklin, Gallatin, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, and Lebanon.

Robert P. Murphy, P.E., P.T.O.E., R.L.S. President, Robert Murphy is the President of RPM Transportation Consultants. He is a Senior Professional Engineer registered in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, and California. Robert is also a Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer and a Registered Land Surveyor in Tennessee. Robert has extensive experience in providing a wide spectrum of transportation and traffic planning design expertise. Since forming RPM twenty years ago, he has overseen, managed, and conducted hundreds of traffic impact studies, traffic signal warrant studies, parking studies, and transportation plans throughout his career. He has conducted numerous planning and design plans, traffic signal optimization studies, traffic signal design plans, and roadway signing plans. He has a strong reputation in the field of bikeway planning and design, traffic safety and accident analysis, capacity analysis, roadway geometric design, intersection design, traffic signal system analysis, parking lot and garage design, and parking analysis. Robert is highly regarded within the transportation community throughout Tennessee and the Southeast, and he has served on numerous national committees assisting in the review of national transportation engineering standards.

Daniel J. Spann, P.E., P.T.O.E.Project Engineer, Daniel Spann is a Project Engineer with RPM Transportation Consultants. Daniel has worked on numerous traffic impact studies, traffic signal warrant studies, and transportation plans throughout his career. He has several years of experience in roadway geometric design, intersection design, signal design, computer aided drafting, and computer applications for traffic engineering and roadway design. Daniel is also a proven expert in roundabout design having designed the first roundabout on the Middle-Tennessee State University campus.

Relevant projects: Music Row Master Plan & Design Study, Nashville, TN Country Music Hall of Fame Downtown Nashville Transportation Plan Vanderbilt University Medical Center Parking Study Metro Nashville-Davidson County Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways, Nashville, TN Subarea 9 Master Plan


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ROBERT P. MURPHY, P.E., P.T.O.E., R.L.S. President, RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 28 Years EDUCATION Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering with Transportation Engineering Minor, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer: Tennessee (17317), Georgia (21588), Kentucky (18527), and California (36938) Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer Registered Land Surveyor, Tennessee (1520) AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce National Society of Professional Engineers Urban Land Institute American Consulting Engineers Council American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) American Planning Association ITS Tennessee Association of Pedestrian and Bicycle Professionals

Robert Murphy is the President of RPM Transportation Consultants. He is a Senior Professional Engineer registered in Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, and California. Robert is also a Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer and a Registered Land Surveyor in Tennessee. Robert has extensive experience in providing a wide spectrum of transportation and traffic planning design expertise. Since forming RPM twenty years ago, he has overseen, managed, and conducted hundreds of traffic impact studies, traffic signal warrant studies, parking studies, and transportation plans throughout his career. He has conducted numerous planning and design plans, traffic signal optimization studies, traffic signal design plans, and roadway signing plans. He has a strong reputation in the field of bikeway planning and design, traffic safety and accident analysis, capacity analysis, roadway geometric design, intersection design, traffic signal system analysis, parking lot and garage design, and parking analysis. Robert is highly regarded within the transportation community throughout Tennessee and the Southeast, and he has served on numerous national committees assisting in the review of national transportation engineering standards. SELECTED RELEVANT PROJECTS  Music Row Master Plan & Design Study, Nashville, TN Principal-In-Charge for the designed traffic flow and parking improvements for an urban corridor linking Music Row to downtown Nashville. Through the reduction of general purpose travel lanes, pedestrian enhancements, parking improvements, and extensive streetscape improvements were incorporated into this roadway project as well as the development of Nashville’s first modern roundabout. 

Metro Nashville-Davidson County Strategic Plan for Sidewalks and Bikeways, Nashville, TN - Principal-In-Charge for the development of the Metro’s first Citywide Bicycle and Pedestrian Plan which contained an evaluation of the existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as provided comprehensive recommendations for future facilities. Key components of the plan include an extensive inventory and condition assessment of all existing sidewalks in Nashville and Davidson County. This inventory covered over 750 miles of existing sidewalks. Public outreach was a key factor in the success of the project.

Church Street and 2nd Avenue Streetscape, Nashville, TN: Principal-In-Charge for the traffic study and design of conversion of Church St. from one-way traffic to two-way traffic and 2nd Ave. from two-way to one-way. Work included roadway, streetscape and traffic signal design for 9 intersections.

TDOT Engineering Indefinite Delivery Signal Design Contract, TN: Principal-In-Charge since 2003 for the TDOT continuing contract for traffic signal, lighting, and ITS design services.

AWARDS 1996 - Marble J. Hensley Individual Activity Award, Southern District, ITE 2000 – Tennessee Section ITE Outstanding Individual Activity Award 2001 – Volunteer Award for Transportation, Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce

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RPM TRANSPORTATION CONSULTANTS, LLC DANIEL J. SPANN, P.E., P.T.O.E. Project Engineer, RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 13 Years EDUCATION Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, Tennessee Technological University, Cookeville, TN

Daniel Spann is a Project Engineer with RPM Transportation Consultants. Daniel has worked on numerous traffic impact studies, traffic signal warrant studies, and transportation plans throughout his career. He has several years of experience in roadway geometric design, intersection design, signal design, computer aided drafting, and computer applications for traffic engineering and roadway design. Daniel is also a proven expert in roundabout design having designed the first roundabout on the Middle-Tennessee State University campus.

REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer: Tennessee (106533) Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) National Society of Professional Engineers Tennessee Society of Professional Engineers

SELECTED RELEVANT PROJECTS  Middle Tennessee State University Roundabout, Murfreesboro, TN: Project manager and senior design engineer of a two-lane modern roundabout on the campus of Middle Tennessee State University. This intersection replaced a problematic four-way stop and was designed to accommodate university shuttles, bicycles, and pedestrians. 

State Route 96 and Royal Oaks Boulevard Intersection Improvements, Franklin, TN: Project manager and senior design engineer for traffic signal modifications and ITS improvements associated with the overall improvement of the intersection of State Route 96 and Royal Oaks Boulevard. Intersection improvements included additional laneage, sidewalk and pedestrian facilities, and the rerouting of existing fiber optic mains from overhead lines to underground conduit in addition to expanding the cities fiber optic network within the limits of the project.

Enon Springs and Lowry Street, Smyrna, TN: Project manager and senior design engineer, responsibilities included the design of intersection, traffic signal improvements, and RR preemption improvements associated with safety enhancements to an adjacent at grade RR crossing. Responsibilities also included coordination between CSX Railroad, the City, and TDOT.

State Route 96 Corridor Study and Traffic Signal Timing, Franklin, TN: Project manager and senior engineer, responsibilities included the evaluation and analyses of 19 signalized intersections along two of Franklin’s most heavily traveled corridors, State Route 96 and Royal Oaks Boulevard. Responsibilities included the development of a coordinated signal phasing and timing plan for the network.

Nashville Sounds Ballpark & Commercial Development, Nashville, TN – Project engineering in the undertaking of a traffic impact study for Metro Nashville as part of a development proposal to construct a new 10,000 seat Nashville Sounds Ballpark adjacent to Gateway Boulevard, east of 1st Avenue and the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville. In addition to the new ballpark facility, the ballpark development proposal also included 177,000 square feet of office, 500 residential units, and 35,000 square feet of commercial land uses.

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GERALD G. BOLDEN, P.E., P.T.O.E. Project Engineer, RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 13 Years EDUCATION Bachelor of Civil Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer: Tennessee (106514) and Alabama (24234) Certified Professional Traffic Operations Engineer AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) ITS Tennessee

Gerald Bolden is a Project Engineer with RPM Transportation Consultants. He has worked on numerous transportation studies, traffic signal design plans, and roadway signing plans. He has conducted numerous traffic signal warrant studies, traffic signal optimization studies, and traffic impact studies. Gerald has extensive experience in roadway geometric design, intersection design, parking lot and garage design, capacity analysis, traffic signal system analysis, parking studies, intelligent transportation systems, and computer applications for traffic engineering. SELECTED RELEVANT PROJECTS  Mt. Juliet Road Traffic Congestion and Safety Short-Term Improvement Plan, Mt. Juliet, TN: Lead Engineer in charge of the completion of the data collection, analysis and report preparation for a study on the safety and traffic operation along SR 171. The primary goal of the project was to alleviate traffic congestion and mitigate safety issues along the corridor. Mitigation strategies included revised signal timing plans, the construction of turn lanes, and improved radius returns at key intersections. 

South Young Street Improvements, Sparta, TN: Project Manager and Lead Engineer responsible for the preparation of roadway, drainage and sidewalk improvements plans, complete bid process and construction administration, for the minor arterial within the downtown area. The improvements consisted of widening the existing roadway, converting a portion of the corridor from an open ditch cross section to curb and gutter with a closed drainage system, providing sidewalk, ADA ramps and crosswalks throughout the corridor all within the existing right-of-way.

Bowling Green Intersection Design, Bowling Green, KY: Project Manager and Lead Engineer for the preparation of signal design plans, bidding process and construction administration for nineteen intersections with three design scenarios within Downtown Bowling Green. The design process included extensive coordination with the City’s utilities authority and Downtown redevelopment authority.

TDOT Engineering Indefinite Delivery Signal Design Contract, Various Locations, TN: Project Manager and Lead Engineer for all work orders as part of the on-call contract including preparation of traffic signal, lighting and ITS design services. Work orders have included design provisions for turn lane improvements, drainage improvements, new traffic signal installation, traffic signal modifications, pedestrian crosswalks, pedestrian signals, ADA ramps and landings, and roadway lighting.

Downtown Little Rock Traffic and Pedestrian Study, Little Rock, Arkansas: Project Engineer responsible for the data collection, traffic analysis and safety evaluation of the downtown Little Rock street network. The evaluation included more than 100 intersections for pedestrian safety and vehicle capacity.

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JEFFREY L. HAMMOND, P.E. Project Engineer, RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC YEARS OF EXPERIENCE 10 Years EDUCATION Master of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN REGISTRATIONS Professional Engineer: Tennessee (108370) and Kentucky (24606) AFFILIATIONS Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE) American Planning Association

Jeff Hammond is a Project Engineer with RPM Transportation Consultants. Jeff is a well-versed transportation engineer having experience in safety and capacity analysis for traffic studies, preliminary project design, travel demand modeling, ITS architecture development, transportation policy development, and preparation of traffic circulation and corridor studies. Jeff has developed innovative design and planning solutions to better understand walking and biking demand as well as how to improve non-motorized accommodations. His design experience includes intersection signalization plans and signing and marking plans for interstate segments, interchanges, individual intersections, and roundabouts. Jeff is an active member in the Tennessee Section of ITE and has held numerous offices and has received a number of awards for his outstanding contribution to the profession of transportation engineering in Tennessee. SELECTED RELEVANT PROJECTS  Brentwood On-Call Traffic Engineering, Brentwood, TN: Project engineer for various projects including a speed limit reduction study due to new intersection signalization, revisions to the City’s all-way stop policy, and development of a tiered traffic calming policy. 

Manson Pike Comprehensive Plan, Murfreesboro, TN: Project manager for this study which was completed in coordination with the City of Murfreesboro in one of the City’s fastest growing areas. The Comprehensive Plan included analysis of seven intersections within the Blackman community, including I-24 interchange ramp terminals. More than five systematic improvement alternatives were developed to accommodate significant new development and included roadway realignment, lane additions, signalization, and signal coordination. Improvement plans were presented at public and City commission meetings.

Deadwood Pedestrian and Circulation Plan, Deadwood, SD: Project engineer for this effort to develop and prioritize pedestrian related roadway and intersection improvements. An emphasis on data collection (including crash data) guided creative planning and conceptual design for more than 60 improvement projects. A series of public input meetings and coordination with a diverse steering team ensured necessary support throughout the process.

Iroquois Steeplechase Traffic, Parking, and Pedestrian Planning, Nashville, TN – Lead engineer for the traffic planning of the Iroquois Steeplechase, one of the premier steeplechasing events in the South. Planning efforts include accounting for special parking and pedestrian features of the Steeplechase including off-site shuttling, valet, and roadway contra-flow operations.

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SUPPORT GROUP

LAM Partners Cambridge, MA

Role: Lighting Design LAM Partners provides lighting design for architecture and outdoor environments. They combine the experience and professionalism nurtured over the 40-year history of the firm with the creativity, flexibility, responsiveness, and technical excellence demanded by today’s projects. LAM Partners beleives that successful lighting design is founded on the ability to understand our client’s design intention and to use lighting skillfully to realize that concept.With special expertise in daylighting, sun-control, and energy conservation, Lam Partners is well qualified to develop environmentally responsible designs. We practice both locally and internationally. Collaborative, multi-disciplinary, and capable of serving projects of virtually any size, LAM Partners has the resources necessary to serve project needs efficiently – and to meet deadlines.

Keith J. Yancey, IALD, AIA, LC, P.E. Principal Keith , a Principal at Lam Partners Inc in Cambridge, Massachusetts, will be the Principal in Charge for the Riverfront lighting design. Mr. Yancey received his Bachelor of Architectural Studies and Master of Architectural Engineering Degrees from Oklahoma State University. He is a registered architect and professional engineer with 17 years experience in the field, is NCQLP Lighting Certified, and a member of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the Illuminating Engineering Society (IES), and the International Association of Lighting Designers (IALD). His experience includes exterior floodlighting and highlighting of historic structures and museums, convention centers, college campuses, municipal parks, pedestrian malls, parking areas, and numerous office, retail and resort complexes. He has also provided lighting design for numerous hospitals, schools and universities and has designed original, comprehensive interior lighting systems for offices, churches, museums and libraries. Keith recently lectured at the 2008 AIA National Convention, with a presentation called “Taking Back the Sun: The Architect’s Role in Daylighting Design”.

Relevant projects: Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) South Pointe Park, Miami Beach, FL (with Hargreaves Associates) Knoxville South Waterfront, Knoxville, TN (with Hargreaves Associates) University of Cincinnati Main Street Open Space, Cincinnati, OH South Pointe Park, Miami Beach, FL (with Hargreaves Associates) Fan Pier Streetscapes and Waterfront Park, Boston, MA


KEITH J. YANCEY, AIA, P.E., LC, IALD Principal Education Oklahoma State University, Master of Architectural Engineering, 1984 Oklahoma State University, Bachelor of Architectural Studies, 1982 Professional Experience Lam Partners Inc, Cambridge, MA, 1999-Present Brinjac, Kambic & Associates, Philadelphia, PA, 1992-1999 Wallace and Watson Associates, Allentown, PA, 1989-1992 William Lam Associates, Inc., Cambridge, MA, 1985-1989 Professional Affiliations and Certifications International Association of Lighting Designers, Professional Member American Institute of Architects, Member Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, Member State of New York, Registered Architect, Registration 03022743 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Professional Engineer, Registration PE-044911-E NCQLP Lighting Certification, 2001 Teaching and Lectures Boston Architectural College, Interior Design Department, Lighting Design Instructor, 2002-Present Green Build Expo, Guest Speaker, November 2003 IESNA Northeast Regional Conference, “Boston: Beacon of Light�, Speaker, 2001 Philadelphia Lights 2000, Exterior Lighting Workshop, Speaker, 2000 Harrisburg Area Community College, Environmental Control Systems, Lecturer, 1992-1997 Northampton Community College, Introduction to Architecture, Lecturer, 1990 Texas A & M University, School of Architecture, Guest Speaker, 1990 Boston Architectural College, Architecture Department, Lecturer, 1986-1989 Harvard Graduate School of Design, Continuing Education Program, Intensive Lighting Workshops Co-instructor with William Lam, 1986-1988 Oklahoma State University, Environmental Control Systems, Assistant Professor, 1984-1985 Design Juries A|L Light + Architecture Design Awards, 2006 BSA Boston Building Enclosure Council Innovation Awards, 2007 AIA Rhode Island Annual Design Awards, 2007 Awards IALD Award of Excellence, 2006, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA A|L Virtuous Achievement Best Incorporation of Daylight, 2005, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA 28th Annual Cooper Lighting SOURCE Awards, 2004, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA IESNA-IIDA Award of Excellence, 2005, David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA IESNA-IIDA Award of Merit, 2005, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Boston, MA A|L Light + Architecture Outstanding Achievement Award, 2004, Oklahoma State Capitol Dome, Oklahoma City, OK


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Wilmot Inc Nashville, TN

Role: Sustainable Practices and Green Building Wilmot, Inc. is a green building consulting firm offering design, material specification and certification guidance to all design and construction efforts in the Riverfront scope. We specifically intend to provide Construction & Demolition recycling, recycled material reuse specification & procurement, and green building planning & facilitation as applicable. Wilmot has led recycling, recycled content and green building design efforts at the Titans Stadium, 5th & Main, Commerce Union Bank and most recently, planning for the Music City Center. Our performance on these projects met or exceeded achievement levels required by the LEED Rating Systems without exceeding project financial or time budgets. Our involvement often introduces savings to projects. Wilmot, Inc. is a 100% women-owned business

Tiffany Wilmot, LEED AP Ms. Wilmot has a several years of experience in green construction, project management and applying high performance building techniques. She is a licensed building contractor and will apply extensive leadership in large development projects, waste reduction planning and project implementation.

Relevant projects:Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee, Nashville, TN Selected as Green Building & Energy Co-Chair by Mayor Karl Dean to develop recommendations to make Nashville the “most sustainable city in the Southeast” U.S. Green Building Council – LEED NC projects David L. Lawrence Convention Center – 1st LEED Gold Convention Center 5th & Main, Nashville, TN Waste Prevention Planning, Nashville, TN Tennessee Titans Coliseum construction & demolition, Nashville, TN Recycling, material reuse markets, full-cost accounting model, Fort Campbell, TN Saturn Corporation Spring Hill, TN Music City Center, Nashville, TN Vice President Albert and Mrs. Tipper Gore residence, Nashville, TN


T i f f any W i l mot 3654 Knollwood Road, Nashville, Tennessee 37215 ● twilmot@wilmotinc.com p. 615.385.1220 ● f. 615.346.0142 ● www.wilmotinc.com

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Education

Green Building and Waste Prevention 1994-Present President Nashville, Tennessee

Master of Business Administration Georgia State University B.A., Public Policy Science Duke University

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Mayor’s Green Ribbon Committee, Nashville, TN o Selected as Green Building & Energy Co-Chair by Mayor Karl Dean to develop recommendations to make Nashville the “most sustainable city in the Southeast”

5th and Main – $50MM Multi-use complex [residential, commercial, infrastructure] o Developed and executed LEED compliance program for Solomon Builders o Managed LEED documentation, waste reduction and recycling (85%+)

Titan’s Coliseum [LP Field], Nashville, TN o Managed largest C&D recycling project in U.S. saving project $500,000 o 2½ year project (diverted) reclaimed 80,000 tons of material o Managed on-site staff and $1.2 million waste budget

Vice President Albert and Mrs. Tipper Gore, Nashville, TN o First LEED for Homes Renovation in the nation – Achieved Gold certification o Facilitated all LEED documentation and waste management o Improvements included: solar panels, low-flow fixtures, ground-source heat pumps, energy saving light fixtures & appliances, 10,000 gallon grey water & rainwater cistern and native/drought resistant plantings o Later hand-selected as LEED for Homes Provider Representative for Tennessee

David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Pittsburgh, PA o First convention center in the nation to attain a Gold LEED™ certification o Reclaimed significant amount C&D debris in a large congested downtown site o Project reused demolition material on a nearby site as fill to comply with LEED™

Ft. Campbell Army Base, Construction & Demolition Debris, Ft. Campbell, KY o Awarded national President’s Closing the Loop Award o Waste Characterization and analysis for 300 Korean War-era barracks buildings o Contractors’ Training Program on “How to Recycle Building Materials” o Developed web-based training program for waste reduction

Saturn Corporation, Spring Hill, TN o 19 Waste reduction projects completed save $2 million annually

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Selected by U.S. EPA to design demolition standards for GSA projects nationwide Designing education programs for schools, universities, USGBC, AIA, AGC, Net Impact

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U.S. Green Building Council National Recycling Coalition

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Nat. Assoc. of Environmental Professionals Tennessee Recycling Coalition


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New South Associates Nashville, TN Role: Cultural and Historic Resource Survey New South Associates (NSA) is a women-owned small business providing cultural resource consulting services. New South Associates’ has a permanent staff of 47 professionals that includes specialists in prehistoric and historic archaeology, history, architectural history, historic preservation planning, ethnobotany, zooarchaeology, lithic analysis, artifact curation, urban archaeology, oral history, the Cold War, physical anthropology, and cemetery studies, as well as computer, GIS, and graphics specialists. Our permanent personnel are supported by a large number of BA and MA degreed specialists who work with us on a project basis as technicians. New South Associates has conducted over 2,500 projects in its 21 years in business and has conducted numerous projects for city, county, and state agencies and services throughout the country. New South Associates’ project experience includes work on archaeological predictive modeling, survey, site evaluations/ testing, and data recovery mitigations; historic structures survey and evaluations; Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)/Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) documentations; site and organization histories including popular histories; Traditional Cultural Property (TCP) evaluations; the preparation cultural resource overviews; Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans; GIS studies; physical anthropology; cemetery studies and removals; subsistence studies for prehistoric and historic archaeological sites; the preparation of reports and brochures for public information; and the preparation of National Register of Historic Places nominations and documentations. J. W. (Joe) Joseph, PhD, RPA Project Manager/Principal Investigator Dr. J. W. (Joe) Joseph, RPA of New South Associates will serve as Project Manager for Cultural Resources. Dr. Joseph is a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) and has more than 31 years professional experience. He has directed research for the National Park Service; the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE); various State Historic Preservation Offices; Departments of Transportation; and a number of private clients. He served as Project Manager and Principal Investigator for on-call contracts with the Mobile District, Jacksonville District, Savannah District, and Wilmington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and has directed cultural resource work on a number of DoD installations. He has experience in historical archeology, urban archeology, historic preservation planning, architectural surveys, HABS/HAER documentation, Native American consultation, and public outreach. Dr. Joseph’s areas of expertise include history and anthropology of the American South, plantation archaeology, African-American archaeology, landscape archaeology, southern stoneware research, architectural history, public archaeology, and urban and industrial archaeology. Recently, Dr. Joseph acted as Project Manager, Principal Investigator, and co-author for the South Knoxville Waterfront Public Improvement Project. The study included the development of cultural contexts for the study area to act as background for future Cultural Resource studies, a specific Research Design to guide future Cultural Resource Surveys, and a phase I archaeological survey of three project sites.

David L. Price, Historan/Architectural Historian David Price will serve as Historian/Architectural Historian in New South Associates’ Nashville, Tennessee office. Mr. Price has five years of experience with New South Associates and has conducted professional projects and research for a variety of clients. During his graduate work he conducted projects for the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation and the Tennessee Preservation Trust. David has considerable experience in architectural resource surveys, National Register of Historic Places evaluations and nominations, historical research, urban and rural preservation planning, Civil Rights history, Civil War history, historic site planning, and public history outreach. David’s areas of expertise include architectural surveys, preservation planning, historic landscape studies, local history/community studies, and NRHP evaluations and nominations. Mr. Price also worked on the South Knoxville Waterfront Public Improvement Project conducting history research and co-authoring the reports.

Relevant projects South Knoxville Waterfront and Cherokee Trail Connector (with Hargreaves Associates) Site 40SV164 Testing at Riverwalk Park 21st Century Waterfront Project (with Hargreaves Associates) Ross’ Landing HAER (with Hargreaves Associates) Happy Valley Worker Camp, Roane County, Tennessee.


J. W. (JOE) JOSEPH, PhD, RPA PROJECT MANAGER/PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR NEW SOUTH ASSOCIATES, INC. 6150 East Ponce de Leon Avenue Stone Mountain, Georgia 30083 770.498.4155 x 102 (Phone) 770.498.3809 (Fax) jwjoseph@newsouthassoc.com EDUCATION: Ph.D., Historical Archeology, University of Pennsylvania, 1993 M.A., American Civilization, University of Pennsylvania, 1982 B.A., Anthropology, University of South Carolina, 1980 SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE: Dr. J. W. (Joe) Joseph, RPA of New South Associates will serve as Project Manager. Dr. Joseph is a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) and has more than 31 years professional experience. He has directed research for the National Park Service; the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Mobile, Jacksonville, Savannah, Wilmington, and Fort Worth districts; various State Historic Preservation Offices; Departments of Transportation; and a number of private clients. He served as Project Manager and Principal Investigator for on-call contracts with the Mobile District, Jacksonville District, Savannah District, and Wilmington District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and has directed cultural resource work on a number of DoD installations. He has experience in historical archeology, urban archeology, historic preservation planning, architectural surveys, HABS/HAER documentation, Native American consultation, and public outreach. He is the author of more than 151 technical reports, and currently has 22 research publications. Dr. Joseph’s areas of expertise include: •History and anthropology of the American South •African-American archaeology •Southern stoneware research •Public archaeology

•Plantation archeology •Landscape archaeology •Architectural history •Urban and Industrial archaeology

KEY SUPERVISORY EXPERIENCE: 2009 Project Manager and Principal Investigator. Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Mayagüez Armed Forces Reserve Center Site, Municipio Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. Work performed for Tetra Tech and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. 2008 Project Manager and Principal Investigator. Archaeological Data Recovery of Site 1Mb418, Gulf Brick and Tile Factory, Thyssenkrupp Steel Mill Development. Work performed for MACTEC and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. 2005 Project Manager and Principal Investigator. Moody Air Force Base Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plan Up-Date. Work performed for Geo-Marine and Moody Air Force Base. 1998-2003 Principal Investigator. Indefinite Quantity Contract with the USACE Jacksonville. 1998-2003 Principal Investigator. Indefinite Quantity Contract with the USACE Savannah.


SELECTED REPORTS AND PUBLICATIONS: A. Publications 2007 Agriculture in Colonial Charleston: Landuse, Landscape and the Lost Colonial City. Carolina Antiquities, 32(1-2):18-33.

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2005 "The Damn Yankee" – Stan South and the Search for Ethnic Identity. In In Praise of the Poet Archaeologist: Papers in Honor of Stanley South and His Five Decades of Historical Archaeology, edited by Linda F. Carnes-McNaughton and Carl Steen. Publications in South Carolina Archaeology 1, The Council of South Carolina Professional Archaeologists. B. Technical Reports 2009 Joseph, J.W., Hugh Tosteson, Hernan Bustello, and Christopher T. Espenshade. Phase I Cultural Resources Survey of the Mayagüez Armed Forces Reserve Center Site, Municipio Mayagüez, Puerto Rico. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Tetra Tech and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. 2008 Price, David, R. Jeannine Windham, J. W. Joseph, Hugh Matternes, Brad Botwick. Cultural Context, Archaeological Research Design, and Phase I Survey Results for Cherokee Trail Connector/Spring Water Center and Baker Creek Landing, Knoxville South Waterfront Project, City of Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Hargreaves and Associates and the Tennessee Valley Authority. 2008 Botwick, Brad, J.W. Joseph, Shawn Patch, David Price, and Mark Swanson. Archaeological Data Recovery of Site 1Mb418, Gulf Brick and Tile Factory, Thyssenkrupp Steel Mill Development. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to performed for MACTEC and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. 2006 Price, David and J. W. Joseph. An Architectural Survey of the Engineer Proving Ground, Fort Belvoir, Fairfax County, Virginia. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Tetra Tech and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. ADDITIONAL PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS: Author or co-author of one-hundred thirty-three (133) cultural resource management reports; three (3) cultural resource management plans; five (5) historic preservation plans; five (5) archaeological research designs; two (2) state-wide historic contexts, two (2) popular histories; one (1) historic ceramics analysis guide; twenty-two (2) professional publications; and thirty-one (38) presented papers and symposia. MEMBERSHIPS AND REGISTRATIONS: •Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) •Member, Society of Professional Archaeologists •Member, Southeastern Archaeological Conference •Member, Georgia Archaeological Society •Member, Archaeological Society of South Carolina •Member, Society for American Archaeology; Cultural Resources Task Force (1994-98); Georgia State Representative, Government Affairs Network (1996-98) •Member, Society for Historical Archaeology/Council for Underwater Archaeology (Associate Editor, Historical Archaeology, 2004-; Board of Directors, 2005-2007). •Member, Georgia Council of Professional Archeologists; Board of Directors (1988-90; 1994-96); President (1992-94)


DAVID L. PRICE HISTORIAN/ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN NEW SOUTH ASSOCIATES, INC. 18 South 11th Street Nashville, Tennessee 37206 615.262.4326 (Phone) 615.262.3338 (Fax) dprice@newsouthassoc.com EDUCATION: M.A., History with emphasis in Public History, Middle Tennessee State University, 2005 B.A., American Studies, University of the South, Sewanee, 1999 SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE: David Price is a Historian/Architectural Historian in New South Associates’ Nashville, Tennessee office. Mr. Price has four years of experience with New South Associates and has conducted professional projects and research for a variety of clients, including the University of the South, Sewanee, TN; Tennessee State University; the City of Gallatin, TN; The Land Trust for Tennessee; the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ Savannah and Wilmington districts; the United States Forest Service; the Federal Highway Administration; the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH); and private environmental engineering firms. During his graduate work he conducted projects for the MTSU Center for Historic Preservation and the Tennessee Preservation Trust. David has considerable experience in architectural resource surveys, National Register of Historic Places evaluations and nominations, historical research, urban and rural preservation planning, Civil Rights history, Civil War history, historic site planning, and public history outreach. David’s areas of expertise include: •Architectural surveys •Historic landscape studies •NRHP evaluations and nominations

•Preservation planning •Local history/community studies

TECHNICAL REPORTS: 2008 Price, David, R. Jeannine Windham, J. W. Joseph, Hugh Matternes, Brad Botwick. Cultural Context, Archaeological Research Design, and Phase I Survey Results for Cherokee Trail Connector/Spring Water Center and Baker Creek Landing, Knoxville South Waterfront Project, City of Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Hargreaves and Associates and the Tennessee Valley Authority. 2008 Valk, Diana, David Price, and Jennifer Matternes. Phase I Archaeological Survey of Parcel ED-3 and Historic Assessment of the Happy Valley Worker Camp, Roane County, Tennessee. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to SAIC for the Department of Energy. 2007 Price, David, Julie Coco, and Tracey Fedor. Beaman Park to Bells Bend: A Community Conservation Project. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to the Land Trust for Tennessee.


2007 Price, David, R. Jeanine Windham, J.W. Joseph, and Hugh Matternes. Cultural Context and Archaeological Research Design, South Knoxville Waterfront Project. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Hargreaves and Associates. 2007 Price, David. An Architectural Historical Assessment of the GSA Warehouse Property, Springfield, Virginia. New South Associates Inc. Report Submitted to Tetra Tech. 2007 Patch, Shawn and David Price. Archaeological and Historical Assessment of Selected Timber Stands in Occoneechee State Park (OSP) and Wildlife Management Area (OWMA). New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to the US Army Corps of Engineers, Wilmington. 2007 Price, David and Mary Beth Reed. “Home of the Engineers”: The History and Architecture of the Engineer Proving Ground, Fort Belvoir, Virginia. New South Associates, Inc. Popular history publication submitted to Tetra Tech and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Mobile District. 2007 Lockerman, Kristie and David Price. Historic Resources Survey , TSU Agricultural Extension Farm, Cheatham County, Tennessee. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Littlejohn Engineering, Nashville, TN. 2006 Messick, Denise P. and David Price. Historic Context, Ammunition Storage District, Glynco Naval Station. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Dial Cordy Associates and US Army Corps of Engineers, Savannah. 2006 Price, David and J. W. Joseph. An Architectural Survey of the Engineer Proving Ground, Fort Belvoir, Fairfax County, Virginia. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to Tetra Tech and the US Army Corps of Engineers-Mobile. 2006 Reed, Mary Beth and David Price. Experimental Mine Preservation Plan: Bruceton Research Center, Pittsburgh NIOSH Campus, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to General Services Administration Southeast Sunbelt Region by PotomacHudson Engineering, Inc. 2006 Price, David, Chris Espenshade, Mary Beth Reed and J. W. Joseph. Cultural Resources Assessment of the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) National Sites and Facilities: Cincinnati, Ohio; Morgantown, West Virginia; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; and Spokane, Washington. New South Associates, Inc. Report submitted to General Services Adminsitration and Potomac Hudson Engineering. PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS: •Board Member, Historic Nashville, Inc. •Member, Southeast Chapter of the Society of Architectural Historians •Member, Tennessee Preservation Trust •Member, National Trust for Historic Preservation •Member, Vernacular Architecture Forum


FIELD GROUP

TTL, Inc Nashville, TN

Role: Geotechnical Assessment and Engineering; Permitting Assistance TTL, Inc. is a major provider of geotechnical engineering, materials testing, and environmental site evaluation services. For over 40 years, TTL, Inc. has served our area by providing construction testing, environmental assessments and foundation investigations for all types of projects including some of the largest and most complex engineered works in our region. TTL’s Nashville office represents one of the more qualified groups of geotechnical professionals assembled in the area. Our efforts have helped shape the Nashville skyline and have lent assurance to the stability and longevity of much of the city’s constructed environment. TTL’s work incudes foundation studies for large structures, investigations of slope stability, treatment of sinkholes and other geologic hazards, preliminary geotechnical assessments for development property, failure investigations and forensic engineering. Our expertise involves the interaction of geology and geomorphology with ground based improvements and engineered designs. TTL has prepared U. S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Section 404, Individual Permit and Mitigation Plans for multi-acre, mixed-use commercial developments and large industrial facilities located adjacent to major, navigable waterways. TTL-developed plans have included on-site stream buffer enhancements, innovative storm-water management technology to protect threatened/endangered species, conservation easements to protect streams, wetlands and uplands from the encroachment of future development, as well as earthen dam, wetland and stream restoration. A unique assest to the project team is that TTL’s Principals and design professionals have an the unique character and history of the central Tennessee region an dlook forward to applying this understanding in both the geotechnical engineering, but also the more conceptual and thematic oppportunities for intepreting the regions unique geology and geomorphology as relavant to the Adventure Playgorund concept.

Lawrence C. Weber, P.G. Vice President Larry has over 35 years expereince in project consulting, project management, engineering geology, karst investigations, hydrogeologic studies, environmental site assessments, quarry investigations, seismic risk and liquefaction analysis. He has provided geotechnical and environmental consulting for all types of private, government, industrial and institutional facilities. Larry is past National President of the AIPG, is a member of the Geological Society of America, and serves on the Tennessee Economic Development Council.

Daniel D. Terranova, P.E., Geotechnical Discipline Leader Dan has 20 years of experience in project consulting, project management and geotechnical design for numerous projects throughout the United States. Experience with deep and shallow foundation designs in a variety of geologic settings. Performs slope stability analysis and seepage analysis; certified diver and performs underwater investigations for bridge foundations, outfalls, etc. Geotechnical consulting for all types of private, government, industrial and institutional facilities.

Michael Wall, P.E. Staff Engineer Michael performs a broad range of geotechnical engineering duties including site layout, soil logging, proposal and report preparation, and project management in the Nashville, Tennessee. Michael performs shallow foundation design, provides site preparation recommendations, performs settlement, slope stability analysis, and pavement design. Miachael received his B.S. in Biosystems Engineering in 2004 from Clemson University.

Relevant projects Music City Center, Nashville, TN, Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency Opry Mills Mall, Nashville, TN, Gaylord Entertainment Titan Practice Facilities, Nashville, TN Montgomery Biscuits Stadium, Montgomery, AL Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, City of Tuscaloosa Renaissance Park, Florence, Alabama, City of Florence


Lawrence C. Weber, P.G. Vice‐President  Nashville, TN    EDUCATION:   B. S. Education, Tennessee Technological University M. S. Geology, Eastern Kentucky University   EXPERIENCE:   35 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Project consulting, project management, engineering geology, karst investigations, hydrogeologic studies, environmental site assessments, quarry investigations, seismic risk and liquefaction analysis. Geotechnical and environmental consulting for all types of private, government, industrial and institutional facilities. KEY PROJECTS: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Private Clients; Southeast United States; Numerous Quarry investigations Saturn Automobile Manufacturing Facility; Spring Hill, TN; Foundation design and site preparation for new industrial plant and support buildings Opryland Hotel and Convention Center; Nashville, TN; Subsurface investigation & foundation recommendations for principal hotel and ancillary facilities Nashville Convention Center; Nashville, TN; Foundation study for facility covering two city blocks StoneCrest Medical Center; Smyrna, TN; Foundation study and material testing for new hospital Bass Pro Shops; Nashville, TN; Site study for large retail development Combined Sewer Overflow Lewis Street Tunnels; Nashville, TN; One mile bored tunnel Baptist Sunday School Board; Nashville, TN; Proposed offices and distribution facility One Nashville Place; Nashville, TN; High-rise office tower Nashville Thermal Transfer Corporation; Nashville, TN; Incineration plant and steam tunnels Peterbilt Motors Service Facility; Nashville, TN; Large garage for truck repairs Highway 64 Relocation; Polk County, TN; Highway alignment through mountains Spicewood Landfill Site; Nashville, TN; Hydrogeologic study for waste site Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital; Nashville, TN; Geotechnical Investigation and testing for new high rise hospital Vanderbilt’s Wesley Hall Multi-use Building; Nashville, TN; High-rise garage and commercial building The Adelicia; Foundation Investigation for new Highrise Condominium Larry Weber, P.G. 


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Vanderbilt’s Terrace Place Garage; Nashville, TN; Six-story Parking Garage The Pinnacle at Symphony Place; Nashville, TN Geotechnical studies, Environmental Assessments and Construction Testing services for 28-story office tower Vanderbilt’s Caper’s Avenue Garage; Nashville, TN; Six-story Parking Garage

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: • • • • •

Registered or Licensed Professional Geologist (PG): TN, GA, IN, VA, KY Certified Professional Geologist by American Institute of Professional Geologists: CPG # 7120 AIPG – past National President Geological Society of America – Member Tennessee Economic Development Council - Member

         

Larry Weber, P.G.   


Daniel D. Terranova, P.E. Geotechnical Discipline Leader  Nashville, TN    EDUCATION:   MEng Civil Engineering, 1988, University of Louisville   EXPERIENCE:   20 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Project consulting, project management and geotechnical design for numerous projects throughout the United States. Experience with deep and shallow foundation designs in a variety of geologic settings. Performs slope stability analysis and seepage analysis; certified diver and performs underwater investigations for bridge foundations, outfalls, etc. Geotechnical consulting for all types of private, government, industrial and institutional facilities. KEY PROJECTS: • Crossings at Spring Hill; Spring Hill, TN; Geotechnical Investigation for 63 +/- acres retail development • Skyline Commons; Nashville, TN; Geotechnical Investigation for a 75 acres development. Site development includes 100 foot cuts and 80 foot fills • Pinnacle Tower; Nashville, TN; Geotechnical investigation for a 33 story structure that includes below grade construction, ground water issues and column loads on the order of 7,000 kips. • Steele Property Dam Repair; Fly, TN; Geotechnical investigation pertaining to the evaluation of water seeps on the downstream face of the existing dam and provided recommendations to control water seeps. • Southern Land Company Developments; Williamson County, TN; Provide geotechnical consultation on several residential and retail developments. Areas of development include previously mined areas and colluvial soils. • State Route 109; Sumner County, TN; Geotechnical investigation for new roadway alignment and roadway widening for state route extending from Gallatin, TN to Portland, TN • Interchange-Briley Parkway @ Interstate-40; Davidson County, TN; Geotechnical investigation for interchange improvement, including recommendations for 14 retaining walls and 4 bridges. • State Route 111; Van Buren County, TN; Geotechnical investigation for seven miles of roadway widening • State Route 15; Lawrence County, TN; Geotechnical investigation for approximately 10 miles of new roadway alignment • State Route 125, Hardeman County, TN, Geotechnical investigation and recommendations for 4 new bridges crossing several tributaries of the Hatchie River • Interstate-40 Bridges, Davidson County, TN, Geotechnical investigation and recommendations associated with the widening of 4 bridges to accommodate improvements to the eastbound lanes of I-40 at Charlotte Pike Daniel D. Terranova, P.E.   


• Cambridge Downs; Brentwood, TN; Geotechnical investigation for the upgrade of an existing dam within a proposed residential development. • US 231 Bypass, Wilson County, TN, Geotechnical investigation and recommendations for new bridge over Interstate 40 and bridge crossing over Bartons Creek • Opry Mills Development, Nashville, TN; Geotechnical study for 1.4+ million square foot retail facility and infrastructure • Ashland City Bypass; Ashland City, TN; Geotechnical investigation for ¾ of a mile of new roadway alignment • Tennessee Dept. of Transportation; Underwater inspection of bridges, various locations throughout state • Columbia\HCA Hospitals; Multiple sites throughout United States; Geotechnical investigations for new facilities and additions to existing facilities • Springfield By-pass; Springfield, TN; Geotechnical investigation for two miles of new roadway alignment • State Route 6; Maury County, TN; Geotechnical investigation for six miles of new roadway alignment • PeeDee River Overflow Bridge; Florence, SC; Scour hole remediation design • Opryland Hotel and Convention Center; Nashville, TN; Geotechnical investigation for major addition • NASA Rocket Motor Facility; Luka, MS; Design of deep excavation and surcharge loading PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: • • •

Registered Professional Engineer (PE) in IN, KY, TN, and FL ASCE Tennessee Section – Member ASCE Tennessee Section Geotechnical Group – President

         

Daniel D. Terranova, P.E.   


Richard D. Heckel, P.E. Principal Geotechnical Engineer  Nashville, Tennessee    EDUCATION:   M. Eng., Civil Engineering (Specialized in Geotechnical Engineering), University of Louisville, 1983 B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Louisville, 1982   EXPERIENCE:   25 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Performed and directed geotechnical explorations for commercial buildings, heavy industrial structures, automotive plants, hospitals, roadways, schools, dams, airports, athletic facilities, and municipal solid waste landfills. Have developed design recommendations for shallow foundations on undisturbed soil, soil and rock fill, and weathered and un-weathered bedrock. Deep foundation experience includes: rock- and soil-bearing drilled piers; auger-cast, driven, and micro-piles; and rammed-aggregate piers. Subgrade stabilization techniques have included undercutting/replacement, bridging, aggregate reinforcement, cement stabilization, wick drains, stone columns, and sinkhole repair. Have analyzed load capacity for vertical, horizontal, and uplift loads, settlement/deformation, slope stability, and pavement layer thickness. Have significant experience in a wide variety of geologic settings including residual soils, sedimentary bedrock, colluvium, alluvium, coastal formations, and glacial deposits. Also have significant experience with geotechnical forensic evaluations for projects involving buildings, slopes, and pavements. Performed and directed construction materials engineering and testing for projects with construction budgets up to $400 million. Responsible for engineering evaluation and testing of sub-grade preparation, soil and rock fills, shallow and deep foundations, vertical and horizontal concrete works, fire proofing, structural steel, roofs, and asphalt and concrete pavements. KEY PROJECTS: •

LP Field, Nashville, TN – Senior Geotechnical Engineer during subsurface exploration for the 67,000-seat home of the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. Recommendations included driven H-piles to bedrock as the principal foundation type, use of rock anchors for structures with high uplift loads, and lateral capacity of piles and grade beam systems to resist horizontal loading.

Skyline Medical Center, Nashville, TN – Senior Geotechnical Engineer during construction of a multi-story hospital with cuts and fills up to 75 feet deep. Evaluated and designed the repairs for a steep slope that failed during construction. Also performed a testing program on the rock fill subgrade to refine the design of 20 acres of paving, resulting in a cost savings to the owner in excess of $250,000.

Lake Tansi Dam, Crossville, TN – Project engineer evaluating the cause of two sinkholes that formed on the surface of the 65-foot high earthen dam. Directed the subsurface exploration, developed an opinion about the cause of the sinkholes, and supervised remedial grouting. Richard Heckel P.E. 


Proposed Municipal Solid Waste Landfill, Blountville, Tennessee – Senior Geotechnical Engineer during hydrogeologic evaluation of a proposed landfill in karst terrain. The karst evaluation included geochemical testing of rock and ground-water samples, dye tracing, infrared photographic evaluation, and down-hole camera inspection of rock core holes. Prepared the geotechnical/geologic model for finite element modeling of the effects of multiple forms of ground subsidence on the performance of the landfill liner.

Automotive Plant Addition, Georgetown, Kentucky – On-site project engineer during construction of a major addition to an existing automotive plant. Services included engineering and testing of the subgrade, utility and basement wall backfill materials, drilled shafts, concrete, structural steel, built-up roofing, pavements, and blasting vibrations. Supervised a staff of three technicians and managed an on-site materials laboratory.

National Restaurant Chain, Various Sites across the U.S. – Principal engineer for services provided to a national restaurant chain on dozens of projects over a 15-year period. Projects included geotechnical explorations, Phase I and II environmental assessments, asbestos surveys, and construction materials engineering and testing. Performed review of reports prepared by other offices for compliance with the owner’s requirements and to maintain consistency.

Hillsboro Road Widening, Brentwood, Tennessee – Subsurface exploration for the widening of an approximately 3-mile long section of a major state highway. Provided recommendations for cut and fill slopes and analyzed slope stability for areas containing colluvial soils.

Central Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion, Nashville, Tennessee – Performed geotechnical explorations for a number of tanks and other structures as part of a major treatment plant expansion to meet EPA mandates. Monitored and evaluated the results of load tests on H-piles driven to limestone bedrock.

Elmwood Medical Complex, Metairie, Louisiana – Performed the geotechnical exploration for a nine-story hospital, part of which was to span over a two-story structure already under construction. Evaluated four different pile types for capacity and potential for ground heave. Monitored load testing of piles, performed slope inclinometer measurements near piles to evaluate ground disturbance caused by driving, and measured pore water pressures after driving test piles to evaluate when load tests could begin.

Truck Rental Company, Various Sites across the U.S. – Performed pavement condition evaluations for a national truck rental company for sites located throughout the southeastern and southern U.S. Developed repair plans and documents for bidding by potential contractors.

  PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: •

Registered Professional Engineer: Tennessee, Kentucky, Missouri, Mississippi, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Georgia, and Alabama

    Richard Heckel P.E.   


Samuel B. Vinson, P.G. Senior Registered Geologist  Nashville, TN    EDUCATION:   M. S. Geology, 1999, Vanderbilt University B. S. Geology, 1996, Western Kentucky University   EXPERIENCE:   12 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Geologic Consulting: Geologic Investigations & Evaluations, Quarry Investigations, analysis of bedrock core (stratigraphic correlation), ultimate strength, and weathering characteristics. Analysis of karst conditions, permitting & remediation. Site Specific Seismic & Shear Wave Analysis. Environmental Consulting: Phase I Environmental Site Assessments, Phase II. Groundwater Monitoring review of solid waste and hazardous waste facilities as per KY DEP Regulations. KEY PROJECTS: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •  

Private Clients; Geologic investigation of numerous Quarry sites in the southeast United States Hydrogeologic Study; Hydrogeologic investigation of Marshall County Quarry site in TN State Route 109; Gallatin, TN; Geologic Investigation and Core Logging Indian Lakes Roadway; Hendersonville, TN; Geotechnical investigation Mt. Juliet By-Pass; Mt. Juliet, TN; Geotechnical investigation Lebanon Karst Study; City of Lebanon, TN; Geophysical investigation Lebanon Karst Survey, Lebanon, TN; Karst Investigation using traditional and Geophysical Methods City of Gallatin Economic Development Agency; Gallatin, TN; 200+ acre Gallatin Industrial Center, Environmental investigation United States Tobacco; Franklin; KY; 140 acre, Environmental and Geotechnical investigation Dialysis Clinic, Inc.; Knoxville, TN; Environmental and Geotechnical investigation Thomas Industries, Inc.; Beaver Dam; KY; Quality Assurance Agent RCRA Site Wedgewood Cellular Tower; Nashville, TN; Limited Phase II Environmental Sampling Georgetown Medical Center; Georgetown, KY; Limited Phase II Environmental Sampling Franklin Simpson Industrial Board; Franklin, KY; Environmental investigation Stiles Development; Cool Springs, TN; Environmental investigation Samuel B. Vinson, P.G. 


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Crown Communications Cellular Towers; Geotechnical investigations for numerous Cellular sites in Tennessee Hohenwald Industrial Park; Hohenwald, TN; Geotechnical investigation Castle Heights Bank; Lebanon, TN; Geotechnical investigation Wingate Inn; Cool Springs, TN; Geotechnical investigation Rutherford County Board of Education; Geotechnical investigation for numerous school sites Sumner County Board of Education; Geotechnical investigation for numerous school sites Medical Office Building; Bowling Green, KY; Geotechnical investigation Daily Newspaper; Bowling Green, KY; Geotechnical Investigation Hillvie Heights Church; Bowling Green, KY; Geotechnical Investigation Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas; Beaumont & Orange, TX; Environmental investigation Rhodia Chemical; Nashville, TN; Geologic Investigation for Rail Spur Vanderbilt University; Nashville, TN; Geotechnical investigation for grandstand relocation Crown Tower – Nashville, TN; Geotechnical Investigation including aquifer pump test.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: • Professional Geologist (PG) in TN, KY and AL •

Association of Engineering Geologists – Member

President of the American Institute of Professional Geologist’s TN section (2003,), and both secretary and treasurer in 2004, President Elect 2008.

American Society of Civil Engineers – Member

Samuel B. Vinson, P.G.   


Michael Wall, P.E. Staff Engineer  Nashville, TN    EDUCATION:   B.S. Biosystems Engineering, 2004, Clemson University   EXPERIENCE:   5 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Performs Staff Geotechnical Engineering duties including site layout, soil logging, proposal and report preparation, and project management in the Nashville, Tennessee. Performs shallow foundation design, provides site preparation recommendations, performs settlement, slope stability analysis, and pavement design. KEY PROJECTS: • State Route 109; Sumner County, TN; Performed a long and short term slope stability analysis and provided recommendations for several sections along the proposed alignment near Gallatin, TN • Stones River Mall; Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN; Performed several geotechnical investigations and produced reports for new development around and within the existing mall • Wings of Liberty Museum; Fort Campbell Kentucky/Tennessee; Performed a geotechnical exploration and produced a report for a new 62,000 square foot museum on the base • Murfreesboro Medical Office Building; Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, TN; Performed a geotechnical exploration and project management for a new 25,000 square foot, 3 story medical office building with parking • The Velocity at the Gulch; Nashville, Davidson County, TN; Performed a geotechnical exploration for a new development featuring multi-story residential and parking structures in downtown Nashville, TN. • Port Royal Road Development; Spring Hill, Williamson County, TN; Performed a geotechnical exploration and report preparation for a 70 acre residential development • Griffin Plaza Development; Nashville, Davidson County, TN; Performed a geotechnical exploration for a new development including a 15 story residential condo structure (10 levels above grade, 5 levels below grade parking) located in the “Gulch” Region of downtown Nashville, TN. • Williamson County School Additions; Williamson County, TN; Performed geotechnical explorations for several school additions located in Williamson County, TN PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: • Tennessee Professional Engineer   Michael Wall, P.E.   


Kenneth M. Bailey, P.E., R.B.P. Branch Manager/Principal Engineer  Nashville, Tennessee    EDUCATION:   BSCE, University of Arkansas 1987 MSCE, University of Arkansas 1988   EXPERIENCE:   20 Years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Mr. Bailey has 20+ years of consulting and project management experience that include a number of environmental service lines. He has performed and been in a supervisory role for Phase I Environmental Assessments for commercial and industrial sites, Phase II subsurface investigations for petroleum and chemical releases, and the corrective action planning and remedial system design/installation activities associated with these projects. He has served as a regulatory agency liaison for numerous private and governmental clients on matters of site investigations/remediation and permit compliance under state-administered Underground Storage Tank (UST), Voluntary Cleanup Program (VCP), and Brownfield Programs across several states in the southeast U.S. He is currently a licensed engineer in four states (AL, MS, LA, and TN) and has received sanctioning as a Registered Brownfield Professional (RBP) from the Institute of Brownfield Professionals. Mr. Bailey’s additional experience includes the development of Spill Prevention Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) Plans, Facility Response Plans, risk-based Vulnerability Assessment and Emergency Response planning for water treatment facilities, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) services, National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit application and compliance, and Best Management Practices documents. Mr. Bailey has made numerous presentations and provided training to members of the regulated community across various industry sectors on matters of environmental issues and policy. KEY BROWNFIELD/VCP PROJECTS: • • • • •

Numerous UST Assessment / Remediation Projects (AL, MS, LA, and TN) Former Ring-Around Products Facility, Prattville, AL (Alabama VCP Program) Former Perfect Home Facility, Huntsville, AL (Alabama VCP Program) Former Global Steel Facility, Tuscaloosa, AL (Alabama VCP Program) Former Chem4 Facility, Demopolis, AL – (USEPA Brownfield Assessment Grant Application)

  Kenneth M. Bailey   


PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: • •

Licensed Professional Engineer in Alabama, Louisiana, Tennessee and Mississippi Registered Brownfield Professional – Institute of Brownfield Professionals

         

Kenneth M. Bailey   


Jonathan P. Hopkins, LEED AP Environmental Scientist  Nashville, TN    EDUCATION:   M.S. Environmental Studies, 2002, College of Charleston B. S. Environmental Science, 1999, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga   EXPERIENCE:   6 years   REPRESENTATIVE PROJECT EXPERIENCE: Environmental Consulting: Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments, project consulting, due diligence analysis and reports, baseline investigation reports, underground storage tank investigations (tank removal, monitoring, and closures), groundwater remediation and investigation, Brownfield consulting, geographic information systems analysis, wetland delineation and permitting, low-level mercury sampling, air emissions (stack) testing, coordination of TDEC’s Household Hazardous Waste Program. KEY PROJECTS: • • • • • • • • • • •

Music City Convention Center; Phase I ESA and Phase II environmental sampling activities. Wilson Bank and Trust, Pinnacle Financial Partners; Multiple Phase I ESAs throughout TN. Combs Industrial Services, Nashville, TN, Phase I Environmental Site Assessment and Phase II recommendations. University of Alabama, Phase I ESA Bryant Denny Stadium Averitt Express, Multiple Phase I ESAs around the U.S. U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); Phase I ESA and HUD environmental assessment (Northport, Alabama). The Pinnacle at Symphony Place; Nashville, TN; Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, and oversight for environmental remediation for a 30+ story commercial and residence use, high rise tower site in downtown Nashville. Wetland Delineation and Permitting; Middle TN, determine and delineate stream channels and wetland areas according to the 1987 US Army Corps of Delineation Manual. Harding Academy Sports Fields; Nashville, TN; Preliminary geotechnical investigation involving the advancement of 21 test pits to determine thickness of fill intervals across the property. Maury County Public Schools; Preliminary geotechnical & Phase I ESA’s of multiple sites for proposed school developments. Naval Weapons Station; Charleston, SC; Monitoring and assessment of groundwater contamination Instillation of air-sparge and soil vapor extraction systems to promote in situ remediation of soils and groundwater. Jonathan P. Hopkins, LEED AP 


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Magnolia Properties; Charleston, SC; Phase I, II, and III Environmental Site Investigations for EPA Region IV National Priorities List (NPL) sites. Soil and groundwater sampling and characterization. Coordination of state voluntary cleanup programs. Shell Oil Products; Charleston, SC; Quarterly groundwater sampling and product recovery activities. Various Gas Stations; South Carolina; Perform aggressive fluid vapor recovery (AFVR) events. Various wastewater treatment facilities; Collection of low-level mercury samples Sunland Construction Company; Charleston, SC; Oversight of bentonite slurry cleanup activities within critical areas of marsh habitat. Former Phillips 66 Service Station; Charleston, SC; Phase I & II ESA investigations Various Landfills; Florida, South Carolina, Georgia; Extract and collect groundwater samples per applicable state standards using various methods (peristaltic pumps, grunfos pumps, well wizards and bailers) Various Paper Mills and Incinerators; Assists with stack emission testing methods I-V.

PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATIONS/CERTIFICATIONS: •

40-Hour HAZWOPPER Training for Hazardous Waste Certification

         

Jonathan P. Hopkins, LEED AP   


FIELD GROUP

Thornton and Assocaites Nashville, TN

Role: Surveying Thornton & Associates was established in 1994. We have 3 registered and certified Land Surveyors and are registered in Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama, with over 75 years combined experience. Our staff consists of highly qualified and quality committed personnel to perform and fulfill all project requirements. We pride ourselves on the ability to perform on time and in precise detail, while remaining within a company or individual’s budget. Thornton & Associates, Inc. has provided services on numerous Indefinite Delivery Contracts, River Bank Reclamation’s, Metro Public Works projects and The Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program. Thornton & Associates, Inc. are proud to say that we have worked in three different states (TN, KY, & AL) simultaneously, during the month of July 2007. Thornton & Associates, Inc., (T&A) is a SBE/MBE firm certified by: Tennessee Department of Transportation Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority, Federal Aviation Administration and Metropolitan Government of Nashville, and Davidson County, Tennessee, MDHA certified as a Section 3 Business Concern, and is SBA Certified. For the Nashville Riverfront project, Thornton&Associates will provide complete topographical surveys and boundary surveys.

Erly J. Thornton, R.L.S. In 1987 Erly J. Thornton Jr., was chosen from among 25 Land Surveyors in the United States to be appointed to serve on the National Council of Engineering and Land Surveying Board to aid in the National Exam. Erly is a graduate of the Civil Engineering program at Tennessee State University. he has performed surveys in and around the Nashville area for the past three decades. Jeffry K. Kimbro, R.L.S. A graduate of the University of Tennessee at Knoxville School of Engineering, Mr Kimbro provides land surveying servces to a variety of clients. He is a member of the Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors and hs compelted Advanced AutoCAD Training at the Nashville State Technical Institute. He has performed surveying services for the MDHA Woods of Monticello project, the Music City Roundabout, and the Preston Taylor HOPE VI project. He has also compelted surveys for the Main Street Streetscape in Nashville, along with numerous topographical surveys for parks in Nashvile-Davidson County.

Relevant projects Nashville Convention Center, Nashville, TN, Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency Vine Hill Home HOPE VI Program Development. Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with Approximately Forty (40) Boundary Surveys and various Subdivision Plats for the Homestead Single Family Housing. Woods of Monticello, MDHA Sam Levy HOPE VI Project Preston Taylor HOPE VI Project Development, John Henry Hale HOPE VI Project Development Miscellaneous surveying Sservices for MDHA in connection with various Topographical Surveys for drainage and land development projects in Nashville Construction Stakeout for the Infrastructure at Rolling Mills


ERLY J. THORNTON, JR EDUCATION:

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* PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION: PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

Tennessee State University B.S. Civil Engineering, 1984 Georgia Tech Education Extension Services: Principals of site planning for Architects, Engineers, and Planners The University of Maryland University College: Basic economic development course R.L.S., Tennessee, 1979, Lic. No. 1123

American Society of Civil Engineering Tennessee Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors

SURVEY EXPERIENCE •

Land Surveying Services for the Vine Hill Home HOPE VI Program Development. The families living in old complex were relocated and existing units were demolished. This new project consists of a gated community with 74 duplex units, a high rise apartment and a community center.

Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with approximately thirty (40) boundary surveys and various subdivision plats for the Homestead Single Family Housing.

Land Surveying Services for the Preston Taylor HOPE VI Project Development, which includes the relocation of the families living there in the old complex. The existing units were demolished and single and multifamily residences built, renovation of Boyd Park, expanded community center, possible assisted living facility and a lab school joint campus at McKissack School.

Land Surveying Services for Parkway Terrace modernization and renovations for MDHA. This facility consisted of 125 apartment units; major part of the renovations will be to provide geothermal heating and cooling also improving ADA Guidelines Compliance.

Land Surveying Services in Decatur, Alabama for the 24-inch water line crossing the Tennessee River, which included Hydrographic Survey for the river and additional Topographic Surveys.


e mail: jeffkimbro@thorntonsurvey.com

JEFFREY K. KIMBRO EDUCATION:

University of Tennessee at Knoxville, Tennessee School of Engineering Nashville State Technical Institute Advanced AutoCAD Training

REGISTRATION:

R.L.S., Tennessee, 1994, Lic. No. 1756

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION:

Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: ♦ Woods of Monticello Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with the Woods of Monticello a 36 lot Single Family Development which included Boundary, Topographic Surveys, Construction Staking with Subdivision Plat. ♦ Music City Roundabout Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee The Topographical Survey, easement and Land Acquisition, Utility Relocation, Lane Study to construct a Landscape Traffic Rotary, crowned with a large piece of public art, Streetscape Enhancements, an expanded sidewalk, human-scaled streetlights and street trees, Nashville Davidson County, Tennessee. ♦ Preston Taylor HOPE VI Development Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services for the Preston Taylor HOPE VI Project Development, which includes the relocation of the families living in the old complex. The existing units were demolished and Single and Multi-Family residences were built, renovation of Boyd Park, expanded Community Center, possible Assisted Living Facility, and a Lab School Joint Campus at McKissack School. ♦ Main Street Streetscape Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services for the Streetscape for Landscaping, Decorative Crosswalks, Trash Receptacles, Benches Curbs and Sidewalks, and Traffic Signalization. ♦ Various Sidewalk Project, Streetscapes and Parks Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services: Topographical Surveys for Hartman Park, Downtown Park, Shelby Park, McFerrin Park, Metro Parks, Dudley Park, Fred Douglas Park and Harpeth Knoll Park. Boundary Survey for McFerrin Park, Construction Stakeout for Edgehill Community Park and Richland Park As Built.


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BRIAN A. McCAIN, P.L.S. PROFESSIONAL REGISTRATION:

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:

P.L.S., Tennessee, 2005, Lic. No. 2256 P.L.S., Alabama, 2006, Lic. No. 27726 P.L.S., Kentucky 2007, Lic. No. 3797

Tennessee Association of Professional Surveyors Alabama Society of Professional Land Surveyors Kentucky Society of Professional Land Surveyors National Society of Professional Surveyors

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE: ♦ John Henry Hale HOPE VI Development Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying for the John Henry Hale HOPE VI Project Development. This project includes the relocation of the families living in the old complex. The existing units will be demolished and Multi-Family residences will be built. Construction Stakeout for the Infrastructure and Building Layout. ♦ Rolling Mill Hill Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Construction Layout for the Infrastructure at Rolling Mills, A MDHA Project ♦ Homestead Single Family Housing Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with approximately Forty (40) Boundary Surveys and various Subdivision Plats for the Homestead Single Family Housing. ♦ Woodbine Commercial Area Streetscape Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services for the Streetscape for Decorative Crosswalks, Trash Receptacles, Traffic Signalization, Sidewalks and Landscaping. ♦ Various Sidewalk Project, Streetscapes and Parks Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee Land Surveying Services: Bellevue Middle School, Charlotte Park Elementary School Area, Hermitage Elementary School Area, Eighteenth Avenue Area, Old Matthews Road Area, Edmonson Pike Area, Second Avenue / Monroe Street Area, Cole Elementary Area and Haynes Middle School Area.


21ST CENTURY WATERFRONT, Chattanooga, TN Hargreaves Associates


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A single project does not has the exact set of circumstances that are identical to the unique characteristics of the Nashville riverfront. Like the peculiar flow and change found along every mile of the Cumberland, the Nashville riverfront has its own identity unlike any other place along the river. This results in a distinct combination of opportunities, scale and scope that define past, present- and future- of the riverfront.

A thorough knowledge and understanding of these unique elements- from why the river flows where it does, to the palimpsest of land use history along river edge- is critical to the success of taking the riverfront from a plan to “a place”. With the unique character of Nashville in mind, our team’s local knowledge and energy- coupled with expertise in making great waterfronts in Tennessee and throughout the world- reveal a suite of projects and places we believe have the similar qualities or issues to that of the Nashville Riverfront, and it’s program and opportunities its regulatory or physical constraints, as well as the broader context of how to integrate multiple projects into one cohesive whole. These similarities include: Knowing the work to-date, respecting the investment and build upon past successes...with fresh eyes Understanding how local experience and knowledge allows us to make the right decisions and lead the project through the right pathway to approval. Getting beyond the veneer and getting to “deep green”, through the integration of ecological systems, urban hydrology, hard infrastructure and long-term maintenance. Finding opportunities to get an ideas implemented and great spaces built- all on a challenging site that has proven resistant to change or when others think it can’t be done. Building great spaces that help people get to know and experience a place, while also serving as a catalyst for economic development and learning. The following pages clearly demonstrate the relevant project experience for each firm on the project team, including the team’s ability to accomplish reviews and permitting of waterfront-related projects. These projects could not be realized without the proper due experience in due diligence and permitting to see the project through.


HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES FIRM PROFILE

Hargreaves Associates is a professional consulting firm comprised of landscape architects and planners with offices in San Francisco, California, Cambridge, Massachusetts, and New York City. The firm is a California corporation employing eight principals, eight senior associates, ten associates, and twenty eight other full-time professionals. The work includes a wide range of urban design, waterfronts, public parks, academic, corporate, institutional, and residential planning and design projects, and the staff’s extensive range of expertise reflects the firm’s wide rage of project types. Since its founding in 1983, the firm has developed particular expertise in two areas: campus master planning and open space design; and reclamation of neglected or abandoned sites for public occupation, often on waterfronts or in urban cores. In all projects the firm’s work centers on planning and design that is specific to a site including its historical context, its natural processes and the uses aspired to for that site. The firm’s work embodies a commitment to ‘civic’ vitality and creative solutions that meld cultural desires, functional needs and site. Hargreaves Associates is an established international leader in the design of public open spaces. Hargreaves Associates has received 27 American Society of Landscape Architecture awards over the past 23 years. The firm has enjoyed particular success in unifying disparate building types and disconnected or abused open spaces within a cohesive civic identity, incorporating and celebrating layers of site history, regional character, environmental processes, and unique programming needs of the respective projects. We offer unsurpassed experience in open space projects addressing civic growth, the establishment of a strong overall image, the creation of places for play, gathering, learning and exchange, phasing strategies, and the resolution of functional issues related to community connections and circulation. The firm’s organization centers on projects. The principals and associates assigned to a project remain committed throughout that project’s life. Hargreaves Associates’ projects encompass a wide range of scales and locations, both national and international. Several significant projects include: participation on the winning team for the World Trade Center Site Competition in New York City; the Olympics 2000 in Sydney, Australia; the Native American Museum in Oklahoma City; the Louisville Waterfront Park in Louisville, Kentucky; University Commons and Campus Green at the University of Cincinnati in Cincinnati, Ohio; Guadalupe River Park in San Jose, California; Crissy Field in San Francisco;


HARGREAVES ASSOCIATES FIRM PROFILE

Grant Park Framework Plan in Chicago, Illinois; and recently completed constructing the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas; General Motors Global Headquarters Riverfront Promenade and Plaza in Detroit, Michigan; and Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront Park in Chattanooga, Tennessee. Recent commissions include South Lake Union Park and Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Facility, both in Seattle, Washington; Trinity River Park and a Downtown Parks Plan in Dallas, Texas; County Administration Center Waterfront Park in San Diego, California; the American University, Charles Hostler Student Recreation Center in Beirut, Lebanon; Drexel University Master Plan and Open Spaces in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Davenport and Rock Island Rivervision Plan in Illinois and Iowa; Duke University, Bryan Center Plaza in Raleigh, North Carolina; Pena Boulevard Master Plan at the Denver International Airport in Colorado; Millennium Point in New York City; 2200 M Street in Washington, DC; and The Shaw Center for the Arts in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The implementation of work in such diverse locations is enabled both by travel and by digital transfer of drawing and image files, which is a routine component of the firm’s practice. The firm’s 18 year’s of work on the University of Cincinnati Master Plan continues with the publication of its third edition, and the construction of a new central space: Main Street. Hargreaves Associates combines the skills of landscape architecture, planning, and urban design with related disciplines to create memorable environments. The work is characterized by a philosophy of strong, simple design that responds in innovative ways to the unique set of forces exerted upon each site from both cultural and environmental processes. This design philosophy is integrated with a clear understanding of costs, current construction techniques, and scheduling, with an all-important emphasis on the clients’ needs and goals.


DESIGN PHILOSOPHY

Hargreaves Associates has at its core a single overriding concern: connection— connection between culture and the environment, connection between the land and its people. Civilizations have long sought dominance over the landscape, pursuing agrarian and industrial wealth. In reaction, the last twenty-five years have brought about the emergence of an ecological approach to planning, the preservation and restoration of natural systems, and the notion of sustainable landscape. Our own built landscapes eschew these polarized approaches to the land — one potentially damaging to the balance of natural systems, the other blind to culture and remote from people's lives — seeking the in-between. Our work acknowledges the simple truth that "made" landscapes can never be natural. With increasing frequency our work deals with land which has been made and re-made. These projects reach toward real, visceral connections in an everyday environment. The scales of projects vary, from miles of urban riverway and hundreds of acres of waterfront or converted landfill at one end of the spectrum, to a single city block or small courtyard at the other. Through manipulation and amplification of environmental phenomena such as light, shadow, water, wind; residual environmental and industrial remnants; and topography and habitat, we strive to foster an awareness and understanding of the structural components of natural systems by direct interaction. This direct interaction is in contrast to the insular experience of a replication or restoration of “nature.” In this way the experience of these built landscapes may indeed be more real in their impact on people than landscapes of preservation or re-creation. In other instances, these landscapes may accentuate past, present and future fusions of culture and environment. At many different scales, an abstract archaeology surfaces to embrace fragments of previous human use such as those unearthed on an abandoned

industrial or agrarian site now converted to public use. This archaeology may also reveal elements of wilderness or pre-cultural dominance, or even the very forces which shape the earth. Without erasure, beyond recall, and outside the walls of the museum our connection with the land and landscape is exposed as the knotted bond it has been and will always be. Whether reductive or rich, highly programmed or passive, culturally interpretive or teeming with the phenomena of nature’s own systems, these built landscapes seek the power of connection to our day-to-day lives.


AWARDS

2008 Honor Award for Excellence in Analysis and Planning, 2008: New Orleans: Reinventing the Crescent, Louisiana, American Society of Landscape Architects Honor Award for Excellence in Master Planning and Urban Design, 2008: New Orleans: Reinventing the Crescent, Louisiana, American Institute of Architects Honor Award for Excellence in Architecture, 2008: Shaw Center for the Arts, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, American Institute of Architects, 2008 2007 Outstanding Planning Award, South Waterfront Vision Plan, Knoxville, Tennessee, Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association, 2007 Best in Landscape Catagory, University of Cincinnati Open Space, Cincinnati, Ohio, Ohio Area Golden Trowel Awards, 2007 Award of Excellence in Analysis and Planning, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2007: Hunters Point Waterfront Park Merit Award , Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects , 2007: Dallas Downtown Parks Master Plan, Dallas, Texas Institute Honor Awards for Regional and Urban Design, AIA, 2007. Balanced Vision Plan for the Trinity River Corridor. Institute Honor Awards for Architecture, AIA, 2007. University of Michigan, Biomedical Science Research Building 2006 Awards of Excellence, California Redevelopment Association (CRA), 2006: Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, Califronia. Grand Engineering Excellence Award,, American Council of Engineering Companies, North Carolina chapter, 2006

Association of Environmental Professionals (AEP) Award, 2006: San Luis Rey River Park, San Diego, California AIA Honor Award, 2006. William J. Clinton Presidential Center and Park, Little Rock, Arkansas. 2005 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2005: Brightwater Wastewater Treatment Facility, Seattle, Washington Honor Award for Design Excellence, AIA New England, 2005. Shaw Center for the Arts Honor Award for Design Excellence, AIA Gulf States, 2005. Shaw Center for the Arts Grand Award for Engineering Excellence, American Council of Engineering Companies North Carolina Chapter. 21st Century Waterfront Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Excellence on the Waterfront Award, The Waterfront Center, 2005. 21st Century Waterfront Park, Chattanooga, Tennessee. Project of the Year Award, Urban Land Institute in Atlanta, 2005: Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront , Chattanooga, Tennessee Tennessee Planners Award, Tennessee Chapter of the American Planning Association, 2005. Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront , Chattanooga, Tennessee Merit Award, Texas Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2005: Fair Park Comprehensive Development Plan, Dallas, Texas. 2004 Citation for Mixed Use Urban Development, Boston Society of Architects/ AIA Housing Design, 2004: RitzCarlton Hotel and Residences, Georgetown 2003 Award for Excellence, American Institute of Architects, 2003: Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences, Georgetown continued


AWARDS

Project of the Year Award, National Commercial Builders Council of the National Association of Home Builders, 2003: The Ritz-Carlton Hotel and Residences, Georgetown Citation, PA Awards, 2003: San Jose State University, Art Museum Competition Winner Honorable Mention, Rudy Brunner Award, 2003: Crissy Field

Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2000: Sydney Olympics 2000, Sydney, Australia Medallion Award, Northern California Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects, 2000: Plaza Park, San Jose, California Excellence Award, Association of Consulting Engineers Australia, 2000: The Northern Water Feature, Sydney Olympics 2000: Sydney, Australia

2002 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2002: Markings, San Jose, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2002: Crissy Field, San Francisco, California Phoenix Award Grand Prize, 2002: Louisville Waterfront Park Honor Award, American Institute of Architects, 2002: Pittsburgh Riverfront Park Master Plan

1999 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1999: The Dayton Residence, Minneapolis, Minnesota Environmental Excellence Award, Institute of Engineers, 1999: The Northern Water Feature, Sydney Olympics 2000, Sydney Australia

2001 First Place Civic Beautification Award, Civic Garden Center of Greater Cincinnati, 2001: Campus Green Honor Award, Waterfront Center, 2001: Crissy Field Competition Finalist, 2001: Fresh Kills Landfill to Landscape, Staten Island, New York People's Choice Award, Louisville Excentric Observer Magazine, 2001: Louisville Waterfront Park—best park, public art, Louisville, Kentucky Friedel Klussmann Award, San Francisco Beautiful, 2001: Crissy Field Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 2001: Louisville Waterfront Park, Louisville, Kentucky Competition Finalist, 2001: Tempe Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona Merit Award, Kentucky Chapter of American Society of Landscape Architects, 2001: Henderson Riverfront and Downtown Development Master Plan, Henderson, Kentucky 2000 President's Award, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, Master Concept Design, 2000; Sydney Olympics 2000, Sydney, Australia

1998 Project Award of Merit, Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, Master ConceptDesign for Homebush Bay Public Domain, Sydney, Australia Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Crissy Field, San Francisco, California Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, California Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Confluence Point, San Jose, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Sydney Olympics 2000 Master Concept Design, Sydney, Australia Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Boston City Hall Plaza, Boston, Massachusetts Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Library Square University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: Aronoff Center for Design and Art University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1998: La Terre En Marche, Chaumont-sur-Loire, France Silver Anchor Award, Friends of the Waterfront, 1998: Louisville Waterfront Park, Louisville, Kentucky continued


AWARDS

1997 Competition Finalist, 1997: University of California San Francisco Mission Bay Master Plan, San Francisco, California 1996 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1996: University of Cincinnati Master Plan, Cincinnati, Ohio 1995 Honor Award, The Waterfront Center, 1995: Parque do Tejo e Trancão, EXPO ‘98, Lisbon, Portugal Citation, Progressive Architecture, 42nd Annual Awards, 1995: Confluence Point, San Jose, California 1994 International Competition Winner, Parque EXPO ‘98, 1994: Parque do Tejo e Trancão, EXPO ‘98, Lisbon, Portugal Honor Award, The Waterfront Center, 1994: Portland Eastbank Master Plan, Portland, Oregon Honor Award, The Waterfront Center, 1994: Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1994: Candlestick Cultural Park, San Francisco, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1994: Portland Eastbank Master Plan, Portland, Oregon Design Competition Winner, 1994: Gap Corporate Campus, San Bruno, California Outstanding Achievement, City Livability Award, United States Conference of Mayors, 1994: Byxbee Park, Palo Alto, California Merit Award for Accessibility, California Department of Rehabilitation, 1994: Green Earth Sciences Research, Palo Alto, California 1993 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1993: Byxbee Park, Palo Alto, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1993: Plaza Park, San Jose, California Design Competition Winner, 1993: The Columbus Center, Baltimore, Maryland

1992 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1992: Guadalupe Gardens, San Jose, California Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1992: Hewlett Packard Courtyard, Palo Alto, California Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1992: Louisville Waterfront Master Plan, Louisville, Kentucky Merit Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1992: Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, California 1991 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1991: Villa Zapu, Napa, California Merit Award , Plaza Park Fountain, Preservation Action Council of San Jose, 1991: San Jose, California Achievement Award, Greater Cincinnati Beautiful Inc., 1991: McMicken Commons, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio Design Award, Progressive Architecture, 38th Annual Awards, 1991: College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio 1990 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, Northern California Chapter, 1990: Guadalupe River Park, San Jose, California Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, Northern California Chapter, 1990: Guadalupe Gardens, San Jose, California Award of Excellence, American Society of Landscape Architects, Northern California Chapter, 1990: Plaza Park, San Jose, California 1989 Commendation for Outstanding Public Landscape Design, California Garden Club, Santa Clara Valley District, 1989: Plaza Park, San Jose, California First Place Award for Special Effects, California Landscape Contractors Association, 1989: Plaza Park, San Jose, California Design Competition Winner, The Children’s Center for the Arts, 1989: Arts Park LA, Los Angeles, California continued


AWARDS

1988 The Grand Award, Pacific Coast Builders Gold Nugget Awards, 1988: Charleston Place, Mountain View, California Merit Award , American Society of Landscape Architects, 1988: Six Views, Exhibition, California State University, Fullerton Competition Winner, 1988: Fremont Civic Center, Fremont, California Competition Finalist, 1988: Post Office Square, Boston, Massachusetts 1987 Competition Finalist, 1987: Todos Santos Plaza, Concord, California 1986 Honorable Mention, 1986: Kent State May 4 Memorial Competition, Kent, Ohio 1985 Design Award, American Institute of Architects, 1985: Regent’s Square, La Jolla, California 1984 Honor Award, American Society of Landscape Architects, 1984: Fiddler’s Green Amphitheater, Englewood, Colorado Merit Award, Site Planning, Pacific Coast Builders Gold Nugget Awards, 1984: Lakewood Hills, Windsor, California Merit Award, Site Planning, Pacific Coast Builders Gold Nugget Awards, 1984: Stonefield at Fountaingrove, Santa Rosa, California Design Award, American Institute of Architects, Colorado Chapter, 1984: Harlequin Plaza, Englewood, Colorado

1983 The Henry Herring Memorial Medal, The National Sculpture Society New York, NY, 1983: Harlequin Plaza, Englewood, Colorado 1982 Award for Distinguished Architecture, Reliance Development Group, 1982: Harlequin Plaza, Englewood, Colorado


NASHVILLE WATERFRONT

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Standing firmly on previous community planning processes and over a hundred different city master plans, the Nashville Riverfront Master Plan unifies previous efforts while proposing a visionary intervention into Nashville’s Downtown. The project creates a 150 acre island by carving a new recreational waterway between the existing Titans stadium and inner I-24 loop. The stadium is surrounded by an urban forest sculpture park which doubles as parking for football events. The Urban Forest is connected to a series of a larger framework of public open spaces which stretch through the site. Development within the island is concentrated along a major new north/south boulevard which links fragmented portions of East Nashville. This development also defines a new active rivers edge with a multi-level Riverwalk framed by commercial, marina, and residential development.


NASHVILLE WATERFRONT

NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE


BATON ROUGE RIVERFRONT MASTER PLAN BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA This Master Plan for 2 miles of the Mississippi Riverfront in Downtown Baton Rouge is the central catalyst for the renaissance of the urban center of the capitol of Louisiana. Mayor Melvin L. “Kip” Holden’s vision is to develop a world-class riverfront which will reconnect the city to its historic waterfront and foster private sector investment. The River Terraces will be 10.35 acres of new waterfront parkland, built on pier structures in the Mississippi River beyond the levee. The plan includes the major redevelopment of a historic brickyard to include a new ball park, two new hotel complexes and downtown residential and retail developments. The design affords areas for hosting outdoor activities such as concerts, sporting events and art shows. In addition, it re-imagines the Old State Capitol as the civic center piece of downtown and creates a new Town Square for the City Governmental Complex along North Boulevard.


BATON ROUGE RIVERFRONT MASTER PLAN BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA


ABU DHABI BEACH PARKS

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES Hargreaves associates with GREC architects were commissioned by the Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC) Abu Dhabi to produce a set of guidelines and 2 concept designs for the beaches of Abu Dhabi. Conceived as beach parks rather than ‘traditional’ beach fronts Hargreaves sought to produce a new paradigm for Abu Dhabi’s beaches. Aesthetically the schemes seek a contemporary interpretation of traditional Islamic design principles, mixing expressive ‘calligraphic;’ form with symmetrical rectilinear patternation. Through combining the traditional beach environment with formal and informal sports, formal play, chilled swimming pools, promenades and a supporting retail zone the schemes achieve wide ranging appeal to the local population and the international tourist. The guidelines document equips the client with a set of robust but flexible rules for creating new beach environments throughout Abu Dhabi. It contains information on conceptual principles, program distribution, retail design, car parking, furniture types & distribution, hard & soft landscape and maintenance. With this document the TDIC can conceive, procure and manage its beaches for present and future generations.


ABU DHABI BEACH PARKS

ABU DHABI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES


21st CENTURY WATERFRONT PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE

Hargreaves Associates (with Schwartz Silver Architects) developed the master plan for these 129 acres of waterfront on both the north and south sides of the Tennessee River. The design identifies distinct district characters and creates a bold new waterfront for all of Chattanooga, grounded in those qualities of site and history that have made Chattanooga unique. The design recaptures the site of the original founding of Chattanooga and reconnects the city to its waterfront, incorporating 83 acres of open space and infrastructure and 46 acres of new mixeduse development, making the city’s goal of “living, working, playing and learning at the river” a reality.


21st CENTURY WATERFRONT PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE


21st CENTURY WATERFRONT PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE


CHATTANOOGA RENAISSANCE PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE

The 23.5acre Renaissance Park on Chattanooga’s North Shore has been designed and constructed on a former industrial site. An intermittent stream draining over 175 acres of urban watershed cuts through the park, contributing to significant non-source point pollution of the Tennessee River. Enamel frit waste cells left in the water table by previous owners threatened to leach a range of contaminants into the surrounding site and water systems. Buried waste was removed and stabilized chemically and geotechnically on site rather than be exported to landfills. A created wetland system now collects and cleans urban runoff generated on site and runoff brought onto the site via the North Market Street Branch stream, before release into the Tennessee. Finally, unstable and actively erosive stream and river banks have been stabilized with a unique vegetative revetment system and the use of fascines and live-staking, as well as a series of gabion structures and rip-rap armature.


CHATTANOOGA RENAISSANCE PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE


CHATTANOOGA RENAISSANCE PARK

CHATTANOOGA, TENNESSEE


WILLIAM J. CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS

Hargreaves Associates collaborated with Polshek Partnership Architects of New York for the site of the William J. Clinton Presidential Center in Little Rock, Arkansas. The prominent 30-acre riverfront Presidential Library and Museum site is located immediately adjacent to downtown Little Rock. The center features the new Library and Museum buildings set amidst a large, public riverfront park with sloping lawns, festival spaces, and both public and private thematic gardens.


WILLIAM J. CLINTON PRESIDENTIAL CENTER

LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS


GUADALUPE RIVER PARK

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA The Guadalupe River Park is a paradigm of a modern flood-control project integrated with a major recreation park and wildlife habitat expressed as culturally “made.” It assures nature a place in the center of San Jose — a legacy to last for generations. The River Park underlay consists of the grading plan for the flood-control channel itself; it provides the underlying structural spine for the design of the River Park. Undulating terraced banks and landforms create the obviously manmade and river-influenced backbone for the native riverbank landscape. The second level, or River Park overlay, consists of the plan for open spaces, events and habitat restoration currently being developed along the channel; these places make clear the relationship of humankind, technology and nature.


GUADALUPE RIVER PARK

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA


GUADALUPE RIVER PARK

SAN JOSE, CALIFORNIA


DISCOVERY GREEN

HOUSTON, TEXAS Hargreaves Associates (with Page Southerland Page Architects) designed and managed construction of this 12 acre, highlyprogrammed urban park, which has become the signature open space of downtown Houston. Located beside the George R. Brown Convention Center and the Hilton Americas, the park is also be the focus of proposed residential development, offering a wide range of opportunities for outdoor events and recreation, bringing activity back to the downtown. A 10,000 s.f. restaurant, cafĂŠ and park building with shaded outdoor dining spaces are sited along Crawford Promenade, the central pedestrian spine of the park. Park highlights include an iconic interactive fountain, pond and water gardens, custom designed playground, two acres of botanical gardens, and below grade parking with artist-designed entryways. An amphitheater landform with an outdoor stage frames the three acre Great Lawn and provides expansive views of the Houston skyline.


DISCOVERY GREEN

HOUSTON, TEXAS


DISCOVERY GREEN

HOUSTON, TEXAS


OLYMPIC GAMES MODE

LEGACY PARK MODE

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS

LONDON, UK Hargreaves Associates with LDA Design are currently developing detailed design for the open spaces in the Olympic Park both during and after the Games. The design will create a new kind of park that promotes sustainable and active living. In 2009 work will start on the parklands and public spaces that will help form part of the largest new urban park in London since the great Victorian era of park building. After the Games the Park will be made up of different areas suiting a variety of needs including allotments and other food-growing areas, meadows, wetlands, wooded valleys, orchards, new wildlife habitats and facilities for sports such as canoeing, mountain biking and climbing. New cycle and footpaths will connect the Lower Lea Valley with the River Thames for the ďŹ rst time. The Hargreaves Associates design team is developing plans to transform the former industrial area into a thriving park that boosts sustainable and active living, creates new wildlife habitats and anchors the regeneration of a neglected part of east London.


OLYMPIC GAMES MODE

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS LEGACY PARK MODE

LONDON, UK


OLYMPIC GAMES MODE

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS LEGACY PARK MODE

LONDON, UK


OLYMPIC GAMES MODE

LEGACY PARK MODE

OLYMPICS GAMES MODE MODEL

LONDON 2012 OLYMPICS

LONDON, UK


SOUTH POINTE PARK

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA Hargreaves Associates is working for the City of Miami Beach providing design and master plan services for 19 acre South Pointe Park. The existing park’s assets are substantial: expansive views across Government Cut, adjacency to lively residential neighborhoods, and direct access to both the bayfront and beachfront. However, the program amenities and design quality of the park require substantial intervention to capitalize on these assets and make the park a vibrant and successful place. Hargreaves Associates is developing a plan that includes a grand esplanade along Government Cut, a beach dune restoration area, children’s playground landscape, and a park pavilion, all anchored within a dramatic, serpentine landform that will serve as a place for viewing, a path for walking, and artful, iconic feature of the park.


SOUTH POINTE PARK

MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA


LOUISVILLE WATERFRONT PARK

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY The master plan and park design reclaims 120 acres of derelict industrial waterfront by re-engaging Louisville and the Ohio River. One million square feet of residential, ofďŹ ce, and retail space bracket the sloping centerpiece: the 12 acre Great Lawn. The Overlook is 30 feet above the Ohio and offers wide views across the river, back toward the city skyline and out over the Great Lawn and its events. The Park includes an expansive public gathering space, festival plaza and fountain overcoming barriers of expressway and roads to draw people to the river. The Wharf accommodates large riverboat docking, and also hosts an annual concert series. Festival Plaza was designed around Kentucky Derby festivals as well as seasonal vendors. Riverine landforms afford spectacular views of the river and city from elevated play meadows. The rising landforms enclose more intimate spaces, opening out to inlets and riparian habitat.


LOUISVILLE WATERFRONT PARK

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY


LOUISVILLE WATERFRONT PARK

LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY


REINVENTING THE CRESCENT

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA Hargreaves Associates collaborated with TEN Arquitectos, Chan Krieger Sieneiwicz, and Eskew+Dumez+Ripple, on the conceptual master plan for 4.5 miles of the New Orleans riverfront. 86% of the 174 acre project area was determined to be suitable solely for landscape due to regulations and ownership, resulting in a landscape-focused concept. A continuous route of pedestrian circulation along the Mississippi is punctuated with vehicular access and development opportunities, yielding new connections to the river and new park program at the river.


REINVENTING THE CRESCENT

NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA


EXECUTIVE SUMMARY EOA Architects PLLC 400 Fourth Avenue South Nashville, TN 37201 Phone 615.242.4004 Fax 615.256.9805 www.eoa-architects.com Principal Gary L. Everton, FAIA, LEED AP Striving for a better tomorrow today EOA Architects is an architectural, interior design and urban planning firm which positively impacts individual lives and shapes communities through the creation of award winning projects in a variety of specialty areas, including automotive, civic, educational, hospitality, mixed-use, office, residential, historic restoration/ rehabilitation, recreational, religious and retail projects. We also offer resources that address programming, master planning and feasibility studies as well as 3D building visualization, cost estimating and constructability. Our clients continue to select us because they enjoy the benefits from our collaborative design process which yields exemplary architectural solutions specifically tailored to their project’s unique needs. We build a team of talented staff who strive to be well informed of our client’s issues and understand those items and market conditions which are critical to the success of both our client and their building project. Working together, we minimize our client’s greatest challenges and the ordinary now becomes extraordinary. PURSUIT OF EXCELLENCE: Our Mission EOA Architects’ mission statement is outstanding responsive design balanced with exceptional client service, articulating that EOA always strives to achieve excellence – in both design and client service. We are an excellent design firm that involves our client as an active participant in the design process and in approving critical decisions. Our client’s satisfaction is of utmost importance to us as we don’t consider a project successful until our client also deems it successful, regardless of how many awards it may win. Additionally, we embrace diversity of people and ideas. Engaging various perspectives is healthy and critical to a holistic design process for delivery of a successful high-performance building. EOA’s collaborative design process utilizes full team charrettes with our clients, other design and specialty consultants and contractors, as well as regular in-house “crit” reviews. Innovative 3D/4D modeling (BIM)

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technology allows us to provide a more efficient / effective design and construction process that assists us in meeting our client’s expectations related to a building’s image, functionality, quality, first and life-cycle costs, energy consumption, sustainable practices, long-term operations and maintenance concerns, etc. DESIGN AND SUSTAINABILITY: Architecture That Makes a Difference EOA is driven by a passion to improve people’s lives through architecture. Our goal is to contribute to making the world a better place through the way we and our projects maximize positive impact on people’s lives and minimize negative impact on our global environment. For us, performance-based design recognizes that not only are material resources more scarce and expensive than ever and time is more valuable, but improving human performance is more essential for a company’s (ours and our client’s) success. Our architecture also strives to reinforce our client’s distinctive brand/purpose/business strategy. We recognize that architecturally branded environments can deliver our client’s brand promise to the public, revealing what the building owner or occupants value or represent. Done correctly, the site design and the building can be welcoming, secure, controlled, progressive, innovative, etc. We believe all aspects of a building – its architecture, interiors, lighting, graphics, and its hard and soft landscape should be integrated to reinforce the project’s targeted brand experience. For us it is not just a matter of design, but also doing our part in saving the environment, forging relationships, and helping people along the way. We call it "humanizing design®". We believe the architectural style of a building should be designed of its time to provide a visual diary of the day’s culture, predicated with a degree of tension between invention and memory, creatively solving the issues of today while respecting the rich heritage of the past. Our designs are not of a predetermined style, yet we seek contextual solutions (style, materials and constructability, etc.) that are well reasoned, intellectually and visually stimulating and contribute to the betterment of the community in which they reside. We are committed to creating artistically stimulating, distinctive sustainable designs that articulate the building’s purpose while enhancing the daily experience of all users and visitors.

Nashville, Tennessee


“One needs only look to last week’s citation of Metro’s Public Square as one of the top “greenroof” projects in North America. The architectural and engineering firms involved in the project, Hawkins Partners...should be commended for this accomplishment.” The Tennessean Editorial Opinion May 30, 2007

“The success of this project is a direct result of the hard work of a strong team and the entire city thanks you for your efforts.” Mayor Bill Purcell August 18, 2003 Referring the Shelby Bridge Opening

Hawkins Partners, Inc. is a full-service landscape architecture and planning office, based in the heart of Nashville’s historic downtown. Hawkins Partners (HPI) provides professional services in the analysis, planning, design, management and preservation of natural and built environments. Areas of expertise include: • • • • • • • • •

Sustainable Site Planning Urban Design Site Master Planning Community Planning Environmental Graphics Heritage Planning Parks and Greenways Pedestrian and Bikeway Master Planning Streetscape Design

Our enthusiasm continually drives us to seek new methods and best practices. We work closely with our clients and combine our technical and creative abilities to provide the product for which they strive. Collaboration is key, whether in our own office or as part of a larger multi-disciplinary team. The fundamentals of our practice entail crafting thoughtful site designs that reveal the sense of place unique to each commission. With a focus on longterm sustainability, we provide site solutions that satisfy the client’s needs while strengthening the relationship between cultural, social and natural systems.

of bioengineering techniques to naturally enhance storm water quality, using native plant materials, the investigation of new applications for recycled materials and development of protection and preservation strategies for sensitive ecosystems. As Urban Designers, HPI brings a unique skill set to the table that allows us to look at the functionality of place in all the complexity found in the urban situation. We analyze the streetscape, circulation patterns, building placement, and zoning regulations to provide a solution tailored to meet our clients’ needs. We do this by working with local officials and the community, while respecting the culture and history of place and invoking ecological and sustainable principles into our final designs. Our planning efforts shape visions for the physical, economic and social development of sites ranging from individual properties to towns, cities and regions. We are proponents of smart growth, new urbanism and providing longterm sustainable solutions. Our community participation process has proven to be highly successful in achieving broad public support for our projects. We strongly believe that implementation begins with the public input process. As a result, we have integrated various public input methods within the planning process, consistently pursuing innovative outreach strategies to engage audiences.

HPI approaches each project with a respect for the unique qualities found in every site, and an understanding of the natural and cultural processes that inform and shape those sites. Site sustainability is of utmost importance in our design philosophy, working with natural systems to ensure that any development is part of an integral site experience. Through detailed inventory and analysis, HPI allows the site itself to guide design.

Founding principals Kim and Gary Hawkins lead a dedicated staff of professionals including landscape architects, planners and graphic designers. Individual staff members have been selected to support a team-driven approach to creative problem-solving, each infusing the solution with their technical strengths. Our team, which includes seven registered landscape architects and four LEED accredited professionals, will collaborate with you to provide the expertise necessary to make your project a success.

For all projects large and small, HPI employs strong concepts as a basis for design development while developing cost-effective designs that mitigate the impact of development on the environment. Examples include implementation

Hawkins Partners, Inc. has been connecting people to community for over two decades. We can help you realize your vision, providing the expertise to make it reality.

105 Broadway, Suite 100 • Nashville, Tennessee 37201 • Phone 615.255.5218 • Fax 615.254.1424 • www.hawkinspartners.com


Riverfront Greenway NASHVILLE, TN Hawkins Partners provided a master plan and construction documents for a greenway along the Cumberland River. This greenway serves as an urban link between Riverfront Park and the Bicentennial Mall / Farmer’s Market, two significantly used existing parks. This greenway is rich with history including: old existing stone foundations along the bluff which date back to the 1880s; abandoned rail lines from the 1930s; Trail of Tears crossing in the 1830s; an abandoned power house; and two historic wharf locations that had been developed into the Riverfront Park and Riverfront Apartments. Through several phases, this greenway becomes an opportunity to educate the user of the historical aspects of this site through limited interpretative signage and construction detailing. Stonewalls, reminiscent of 1880s building foundations, are used in appearance and layout to recall the row houses typical of that era. The addition of these walls provides additional green space and brings the user out to the edge of the bluff. These walls are strategically placed to capture the views of the downtown skyline, the new NFL stadium, and the historically significant Shelby Bridge and the trestle train bridge. A pocket park was incorporated at the abandoned Power Plant / Steam Plant. This park serves as an anchor between Riverfront Park and the Bicentennial Mall. This space incorporates off street parking, a trailhead, future development for the historical building, and one of only a few opportunities for proximity to the river’s edge. Local art is utilized to serve as the axis / focal point of both First Avenue and Gay Street. Design services included design of overlooks, historically and culturally significant features explained through interpretive signage, local artwork, site furniture, and multi-use trails. Phase I construction completed February 2004. Phase I construction cost: $1.4 million.


NASHVILLE RIVERFRONT NASHVILLE, TN

Over a six month period starting in July of 2006, Hawkins Partners, Inc. was a part of the planning team led by Hargreaves and Associates which developed a twenty year $340 million vision for three miles of the Cumberland Riverfront that passes through the Nashville Central Business District. The plan took shape during a intensive public participation process that involved early charrettes by the Civic Design Center and a series of public meetings throughout the process. The final plan is an incremental and achievable vision that the community has embraced. The overall plan for the waterfront envisions the creation of an island on the East Bank. The island is created though the introduction of a canal running parallel to the Interstate System. The canal provides further opportunity for economic growth via mixed use development of office, residential and support retail around the existing LP Field. The plan also includes a broad interconnected series of parks, event spaces, piers, overlooks, playgrounds, wetlands, docking facilities and floating walkways to provide Nashville a continuous and expanded civic gathering space along the Cumberland River. A $40 million, 5 year, first phase plan provides a core group of amenities that can be quickly achieved. The additional two phases build incrementally upon this foundation.


1. Moffatt & Nichol (M&N) Firm Profile  M&N was founded in 1945 to provide design engineering services to the United States Navy and the growing commercial waterfront in Southern California. Today, the firm has grown to 25 offices around the world and is consistently ranked among the top firms for “Port and Marine Facility Design” by Engineering News-Record. Supporting waterfront infrastructure has been our core business for over 60 years. M&N remains tightly focused on our primary mission—providing excellence in service for ports and harbors. This singular focus is almost a throwback to an earlier era. Indeed, it is this excellence that sets us apart from all other firms that offer professional services to the port industry. We do not try to be all things to all clients. Rather, we are content to be known simply as the best port and harbor professional services firm in the marketplace today.

Moffatt & Nichol is the largest  dedicated waterfront facilities  engineering firm in North  America, with 75% of our revenue  coming from marine and port  facility projects.

There are multiple advantages to working with M&N. We are large enough to have both depth and breadth of technical capabilities and expertise, yet small enough to retain a sharp focus on water-related challenges. We offer clients a professional and experienced staff of civil, structural, mechanical, electrical, coastal, environmental and construction engineers. Since all key engineering design disciplines are represented on our staff, M&N is capable of providing innovative solutions founded on decades of practical engineering experience. M&N is recognized throughout the world as a leader in engineering for waterfront facilities. Many of our staff have an unparalleled level of knowledge in the field and are considered industry experts. These experts chair a number of committees and sit on various boards for waterfront engineering. Largest Dedicated Waterfront Engineering Firm in North America As the largest dedicated marine and port facilities engineering firm in North America, a significant number of M&N's waterfront structure projects involve design of bulkheads, wharves, piers, and mooring and fendering systems. We have provided waterfront structure design and/or Program Management services for nearly every major port authority in the U.S., as well as for the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard facilities. Our involvement with these types of projects covers a range of engineering services including inspection, analysis, evaluation, rehabilitation, design, construction documents preparation, construction surveillance, and forensic analysis. These services have involved a variety of conditions ranging from shallow-water marinas and boat basins to large deep-water commercial ports and military activities; from warm Caribbean and Indian Ocean waters to cold Arctic waters; and from freshwater locations such as the Great Lakes, smaller lakes, and rivers to saltwater locations along the coasts and various islands. Pioneers of the Urban Waterfront M&N began participating in urban waterfront development in the early 1960’s with the creation of Huntington Harbor in Southern California—an 880-acre residential marina development including 260 acres devoted to waterways and marinas. Since this original project over 45 years ago, M&N has become recognized throughout the world for our role in the revitalization and redevelopment of urban waterfronts, including the evolution of modern marina and small craft harbor design. These projects have ranged from new developments to 1  


redevelopment of aged existing facilities—with nearly all being the focus of urban renewal and revitalization efforts. Our urban waterfront portfolio includes destination resorts; riverside parks and open spaces; residential and municipal marina developments; ferry and water taxi terminals; boat ramps; boardwalks; promenades; historic, commercial, and recreational vessel moorings; wetlands enhancement; and a host of other uses. The firm’s expertise leads to attractive waterfront facilities that today are assuming their rightful role as places for recreation and relaxation, as well as catalysts for economic development.

2. Resumes – See Attached  Table 1. Key Personnel Assigned to Project

Personnel Jeff Shelden, PE

Discipline

Years of Experience

marine

22

civil

23

marine

13

Patrick Graney, PE

structural

14

Mikele Winters, PE

structural

14

Tim Reid, PE Peter Elkan, PE

 

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1. Similar Projects  Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront, Chattanooga, Tennessee As a subconsultant, M&N provided planning, schematic design, permit drawings, design development, final design, construction documents, and construction services for the riverfront components of the City’s 21st Century Waterfront project. These components included:  Site demolition riverward of the riverfront parkway realignment,  Site excavation/fill including dredging riverward of the proposed realignment,  New access ramp for “Duck” tour boats located west of the City Marina,  City Marina dock replacement/reconfiguration. Included gangways & guide piles associated with marina as well as utilities on the floating docks,  Relocation of existing floating dock from Ross’ Landing involving design of new gangway & guide pile system. Included addition of potable water & power.  On-grade riverwalk (1100 lf) from City Marina to east of Olgiati Bridge including removal/replacement of existing riprap & associated electrical connections for lighting,  New on-shore bollard, gangways, & utility connections for use by Southern Belle river cruise ship. Utility connections include power, telephone, potable water, sewage pumpout and double-contained dry fuel pipe system.  New city pier (200 ft long x 40 ft wide) including abutment & utility/transformer vaults,  New commercial floating dock including utilities (power & potable water) and piling,  Pile-supported riverwalk (1600 lf) from west of new pier to Market Street including riprap and power & potable water utility connections,  Floating dock system (570 lf) including power, potable water, and gangways  On-grade walkways, terraces & steps riverward of new parkway alignment, and  Landside electrical and water connections for Riverbend Festival. Construction services include:    

Assistance in pre-qualifying potential bidders for riverfront bid package Attendance at pre-bid meeting & assistance during bid process Site visits and observation reports during construction General assistance to client and contractor during construction


North Shore Riverfront Park, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania As part of the design team for this new downtown waterfront park, M&N was responsible for inspection, planning, design, construction document preparation and construction observation services for waterfront structures, and some civil engineering components associated with those structures. In addition, M&N also provided permitting support and limited construction services. Structures consisted primarily of a riverwalk (steel sheet pile bulkhead fronting a concrete slab-on-grade) that stretched ~3800 lf along the Allegheny/Ohio Rivers shoreline. Riverwalk extended from west of Carnegie Science Center to the west end of PNC Park (Pittsburgh Pirates Stadium) and included mooring/breasting components for docking water taxis, private pleasure vessels and large steamboats that provide river cruises. In addition to an 18-ft-wide main walkway, riverwalk included several other waterfront structures:  Market Street Pier – the 90-ft-long pier is composed of concrete deck atop steel pipe piles with stone façade towers at its river end. Towers extend 30 ft up out of water and support false cable stays that extend landward. Cast-in-place concrete deck is topped by an asphalt layer that serves as the base for concrete pavers.  Two steel pipe pile-supported/concrete deck platforms that provide overlooks:  one 3900-sf platform adjacent to the steamboat moorings,  one 4200-sf platform adjacent to the circular causeway  Riverfront quay structures for passenger ferries at Heinz Field and PNC Park. Quay structures included concrete ramps atop fill contained by steel sheet pile bulkhead perimeter. Ramps also provide river access for a local amphibious vessel passenger service.  Mooring/berthing dolphins for a nested berthing of a WWII-class submarine and US Navy Destroyer on public display at the Carnegie Science Center. Circular scenic river causeway (360 ft long) at the Carnegie Science Center that curves out into the Ohio River. Causeway is 17 ft wide and comprised of concrete superstructure atop steel pipe piles. Civil engineering components completed by M&N include:  Dredge & fill plans for along the waterfront structures,  Grading to facilitate riverwalk and waterfront structure drainage; and  Bulkhead penetrations for utilities and stormwater outfalls.  Permitting support involved preparation of Corps of Engineers’ permit application drawings. Construction services involved Requests for Information (RFIs), shop drawing review, and site visits during construction.


Downtown Louisville Waterfront Planning & Engineering, Louisville, Kentucky

Moffatt & Nichol provided planning, permitting and design support for waterfront redevelopment efforts of the City of Louisville as a subcontractor to Hargreaves Assoc. M&N assisted the City and its Architect in planning and obtaining permits as well as design and construction documents for waterfront aspects of a major downtown waterfront park which included a 17.5-acre “Great Lawn” feature that projects into the Ohio River just upstream from the McAlpine Lock and Dam. Other park components for which M&N provided waterfront planning, permitting and engineering included moorings for the riverboat Star of Louisville, relocation and redesign of other riverboat moorings, an adjacent inland Festival Plaza wharf, Plaza/Great Lawn/River overlook and stairs, a water feature inland of and adjacent to the Great Lawn, a small boat harbor upriver of the Great Lawn and 67-acre Linear Park further upriver. Moorings for the Delta Queen riverboat fleet and other riverboats are located immediately upriver from the Star of Louisville. These additional moorings are located riverward of the Festival Plaza’s wharf which fronts 1000 lf of the river and is sloped inland and upward from the river’s edge. The Festival Plaza design extended an existing 500-ft-long riverfront bulkhead and involved design for an additional 570 lf of anchored steel sheet pile bulkhead utilizing soil anchors. Immediately upriver is the Water Feature with an Overlook that transitions to the Great Lawn. This Water Feature is composed of a fountain located 900 ft inland of the river which supplies a series of cascading pools that lead from the inland park boundary to the Ohio River. The river end of the Water


Feature is composed of an inlet which projects inland 250 feet to its waterfall/concrete-encased steel sheet pile cutoff wall. M&N completed structural design of the water feature which involved 750 lf of steel sheet pile bulkhead. Adjacent to the Water Feature is a pile-supported river Overlook which protects the Great Lawn and provides a viewing area and transition between the Water Feature and Great Lawn. The pile-supported concrete overlook includes a cantilevered steel sheet pile cutoff wall (180 lf). The Great Lawn is a 17.5-acre grassy park stretching 330 lf along the river and projecting 120 ft out into the river; a concrete pile-supported platform serves as its foundation with a steel sheet pile cutoff wall (330 lf) at the land/water interface. M&N worked with the regulatory agencies and commercial shipping interests who objected to the Great Lawn in order to arrive at a mutually-agreeable design solution. This solution involved placing the “Great Lawn” on a pile-supported platform so as not to disrupt river currents which would threaten navigation safety near the locks. Immediately upriver of the Great Lawn is a manmade undulating inlet which houses a 20-slip small boat harbor. This harbor uses more than 1,000 lf of anchored steel sheet pile bulkhead on a variety of different bearings and angles. Upriver of the harbor is a 67-acre Linear Park including 4 bank-cut inlets which involve 138,000 cy of dredging and 265 lf of steel sheet pile bulkhead which utilizes soil anchors. M&N performed a variety of numerical modeling tasks using 2-D, finite-element models (RMA-2 and SEDH) to develop a design which would limit sedimentation and improve water quality in this series of new bank cut inlets.


Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan 1 – FIRM PROFILE Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc. (CEC) is a multi-disciplined civil engineering and environmental consulting firm providing technical consulting services to private industry, real estate developers, architects, and public agencies/authorities. CEC was founded on the concept that our clients want, and today's complex projects require, in-depth principal or senior-level personnel involvement. CEC ensures this by providing senior-level personnel who average more than 15 years of industry experience on all projects for management, planning, and quality control review. As a result, CEC prepares technical documents that are fully responsive to our clients’ needs, consider all appropriate regulatory constraints, and identify vital aspects that are critical for successful project completion. CEC celebrates its 20th year in business in 2009, and we have expanded operations to include 11 offices employing over 360 people. CEC’s corporate headquarters are located in Pittsburgh, Pa. with regional offices in Nashville, Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Export, Indianapolis, Phoenix, and St. Louis. Our professional and support personnel include technical staff specializing in civil, geotechnical, environmental and structural engineering; land surveys; hydrogeology; geology; biology; environmental chemistry; soil science; risk assessment; land planning and landscape architecture; land development; and construction quality assurance. CEC’s experienced professional ecologists, scientists, and engineers will prove to be a valuable asset to the development of the Nashville Riverfront project. Our team of specialists has the in-depth knowledge of regulatory requirements and most up-todate project experience to produce positive, timely results. CEC professionals have established close working relationships with state and federal regulatory authorities. This has been accomplished through the timely response to agency concerns and the establishment of a technical rapport. CEC has determined that complete, timely submissions are the key to obtaining approvals for complex projects. Utilizing this process, CEC has negotiated sensitive environmental permits for the marinas, remediation sites, landfills, nuclear, coal, gas, electric and steel industries as well as numerous commercial and municipal developments. These permits have been for projects that impact sensitive ecological resources such as threatened and endangered species habitat and significant cultural sites. CEC’s philosophy of maximum agency and public involvement is enhanced through the use of digital media. CEC’s staff routinely uses video, computer rendering, and animation to illustrate project components. Also, public input through forums such as websites and visioning sessions are initiated when required for regulatory approval. CEC has performed a variety of ecological assessment studies on large reservoir and rivers and routinely submits inquiries to federal and state agencies regarding the status of listed species under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act. We have conducted informal consultation with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and state agencies to determine the scope of work necessary to identify and address construction and operation activities of various projects related to species and habitats of concern. CEC personnel have performed studies to determine life history and habitat requirements, identify preferred habitats, determine the presence or absence of threatened and endangered species of plants and animals in throughout the southeast, midwest, and northeastern United States.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan

Our experienced team of hydrographic specialists, licensed surveyors, geophysical scientists, and US Coast Guard (USCG) boat captains are uniquely qualified to bring value to the New Riverfront Park Plan. This team performs detailed underwater surveys which require operational and interpretive knowledge of side and sector scan sonar, sub-bottom profilers, thermal depth sounders, recording fathometers, magnetometers and global positioning systems. CEC collects and presents scientifically sound data to generate precise data sets, contour maps, and images of water bodies which encompass numerous scenarios for our diverse client base. Additionally, CEC uses bathymetric surveys to collect detailed bottom elevation data of water bodies that is commonly used for engineering purposes to generate contour maps, tie to existing land topographic data, to calculate water and sediment volumes using specialized software programs, and integrate in Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD) files, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS). Bathymetric survey applications include riverfront development and river terminal maintenance dredging, underwater engineering and construction, environmental and ecological surveys, water and sediment volume estimates, clearance surveys, pre- and post-dredging monitoring, navigation surveys, search and recovery including harbor sweeps related to port security. To accomplish this, CEC utilizes a fleet of 12 company-owned work boats that are equipped with the required USCG safety equipment, and all personnel follow strict adherence to CEC’s Boating Health & Safety Plan. The experience of CEC’s hazardous and brownfield development experts will also bring great value to the Riverfront project. CEC has extensive experience with brownfield issues and the various legislative and regulatory requirements of the many states in which we have provided our services. We have worked closely with various community and economic development agencies, as well as commercial and industrial clients to assess, remediate, and redevelop properties and sites such as steel manufacturing and processing facilities, chemical plants, heavy industrial facilities, and scrap yards, many of which have been located along major rivers in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois and Indiana. Four of the projects on which CEC has provided services have received national and regional recognition as recipients of the “National Phoenix Award,” “Regional Showcase Site” or other similar awards. The National Phoenix Award is an economic and environmental award for urban renaissance that exemplifies the remediation and economic development opportunities of abandoned or under-utilized industrial sites, offering quality-of-life technology and community improvements. The projects are graded on their magnitude, innovative brownfield techniques, environmental regulatory issues, site selection and community impact. As part of our project efforts, CEC has also submitted grant applications and successfully secured grants for our clients, in addition to assisting with amendments to existing grants. Overall, there will be three key CEC employees actively involved in the Riverfront project: Jeff Duke (Principal Ecologist), Greg Styborski (Project Manager of Aquatic Surveying), and Marty Knuth (Vice President and Principal Brownfields). Jeff Duke will serve as the overall point-of-contact for CEC. This expert team has a combined experience of more than 60 years in project management. Jeff Duke is a Certified Professional in Erosion and Sediment Control (CPESC) with experience managing and performing water quality investigations and assessments, Clean Water Act Permitting projects, wetland delineations, wetland mitigation banking, benthic macroinvertebrate surveys, threatened/endangered species surveys, watershed studies, ecological assessments and various NWP 404/401 permitting.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan 6 – DETAILED PROJECT EXPERIENCE Hanson Aggregates PMA, Inc. Sand & Gravel Dredge Permit Required Surveys Bathymetric, Side Scan Sonar, Fish and Mussel Surveys — Ohio River, Western Pennsylvania CEC Services: Bathymetric Survey Side Scan Sonar Survey Fishery Survey Mussel Survey USFWS and PAFBC Approved Surveyors Experienced Divers

As a commercial sand and gravel dredging permitting requirement of the US Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) and Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP), Hanson Aggregates PMS, Inc. (Hanson) contracted CEC to perform hydrographic survey services which included bathymetric and side scan sonar, in addition to biological surveys which included fish and mussel surveys on a 1.2 mile section of the Ohio River near Beaver, Pennsylvania. Bathymetric and side scan sonar surveys were initially performed to evaluate river substrate, depth of water, evidence of previous dredging, and potential obstructions within the study area. CEC generated detailed contour mapping and sonar image overlays (shown at top left) which were geographically referenced and presented on a high resolution aerial ortho-image to present the surrounding landscape and presented to the regulatory agencies for review. Fish and mussel surveys were performed by CEC surveyors approved by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission (PAFBC) and US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), which hold PAFBC Scientific Collection Permits and PAFBC Chapter 75.4 Special Permit for the Collection of Threatened and Endangered Species, a requirement in the survey protocols. The mussel survey was performed by diving in strict accordance with the survey protocol entitled “A Mussel Sampling protocol to Assess Potential Commercial Dredging Sites in Pools 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, and 9 in the Allegheny River and the Dashields, Montgomery, and New Cumberland Pools in the Ohio River, Pennsylvania”. CEC collected a total of eight different species of native mussels during the survey. The fish survey included benthic trawling and night electrofishing in accordance with the “Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Fish Community Sampling Protocol, June 29, 2006”. CEC collected a total of 17 different fish species during the survey. RESULTS: Survey results were presented to the regulatory agencies for determination if specific river reaches met the requirements for commercial sand and gravel dredging or other similar development activities. CEC has performed and supervised over 75 individual freshwater mussel surveys for the sand and gravel dredging industry over the past 15 years. These surveys are performed using standard methods, techniques, safety procedures, and sampling equipment. CEC maintains on staff a qualified hydrographic survey team, and approved PAFBC and USFWS fish and mussel surveyors with extensive training and experience in limited-visibility conditions. CEC maintains a good working relationship and high level of credibility with the regulatory agency personnel. CEC’s performed this project on time and on budget. The established budget for this project was $125,000.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan

Former LTV Steel Plant South Side Works Brownfield Environmental Investigation — Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania CEC Services: Site Investigation Remediation Design Risk Assessment Construction Oversight

The former LTV Steel Company site on Pittsburgh’s South Side occupies 126 acres of land along the banks of the Monongahela River formerly occupied by facilities that included coal tar storage tanks, blast and electric arc furnaces, garage, rolling mills, a boiler house, electrical substations and various other associated operations and structures. CEC was contracted to complete an environmental assessment of the site and designed an investigative program that utilized existing monitoring wells and expanded upon previous work utilizing historical mapping of the site and interviews with former employees. At the conclusion of the investigation, CEC had identified groundwater contamination associated with the former coal tar storage tanks and one isolated pocket of free-product. Soil contamination at the site included coal tar compounds at the coal tar storage area, gasoline contamination associated with an underground storage tank, PCB contamination, and an extensive surface mantle of material containing elevated levels of metals.

LTV Pittsburgh Works

UPMC Sports Complex 2002 Phoenix Award Showcase Site

CEC addressed the PCB and gasoline contamination by removing the contaminated material. CEC also performed a detailed risk assessment of the coal tar compounds and metals in the surface soil. The risk assessment, which accounted for planned future use of the site, determined that the placement of 18 inches of clean fill in residential areas would prevent exposure to the residual metals in soil and the presence of buildings and roads would be sufficient to address surface soil contamination in the proposed commercial areas. The Southwest Regional office of PADEP identified the site as the region’s 2001 Showcase Site for the Pennsylvania Land Recycling and Environmental Remediation Standards Act (Act 2). The project also won the 2002 Phoenix Award in U.S. EPA Region 3. Occupants of the site now include University of Pittsburgh Medical Center offices and rehab/training facility, Hof Brau House, American Eagle Outfitters, F.B.I and I.N.S. offices, a theatre, restaurants and residential housing, and river-front trails.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan

CEC Services: Ecological Assessment Wetland and Stream Delineation Clean Water Act Permitting Regulatory Agency Negotiations Public Review Process Sediment Characterization for Hazardous Substances Compensatory Mitigation Plan Construction Administration

Clarksville Marina at Fairgrounds Park, Cumberland River – City of Clarksville, Tennessee The City of Clarksville, Tennessee contracted with CEC to assist in the permitting and development of the proposed Clarksville Marina. The proposed marina will house 212 boat slips ranging in length from 25 to 120 feet and will have numerous ancillary amenities such as a floating administration building and fuel dock, drystack boat storage, four-lane boat launch, park arboretum, observation pavilion, expanded fishing pond with a boathouse, active park zone, picnic pavilions, upgraded fairgrounds facilities, an amphitheater, festival grounds, private development zones for restaurants, high density residential housing, and park trail network improvements that includes an extension connecting to downtown. CEC initially conducted the ecological study that identified all wetlands, streams, and species of concern that needed to be considered in the Ecological Assessment as well as during the permitting process. CEC submitted these reports to the state and federal regulatory agencies for approval. Upon concurrence with these initial studies, CEC prepared the Clean Water Act (Section 401/404) permit application packages. CEC successfully negotiated the permit package and received permits for the City of Clarksville to construct the permit in the spring of 2009. As part of the permit package, a detailed wetland and stream mitigation plan was prepared and ultimately approved by the regulatory authorities. CEC is currently providing contract administration for the wetland and stream mitigation construction project. Another unique feature of this project was the characterization of sediment for hazardous substances. CEC collected sediment samples from the proposed marina basin to determine if contaminated sediments were present. The initial project budget was $15,500 for the ecological assessment portion of the work. The scope of work expanded into permitting, mitigation, and sediment characterization for a total budget of $72,904. CEC has been on-time and within budget for all aspects of this project.

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Metropolitan Development and Housing Agency RFQ New Riverfront Park Plan 7 – DBE / MBE / SBE CERTIFICATION Civil & Environmental Consultants, Inc is classified as a Small Business Enterprise (SBE) according to the Small Business Administration (SBA) size classifications under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) code 541330 (Engineering Services). 8 – WATERFRONT RELATED EXPERIENCE CEC recently completed the Clean Water Act permitting for the Clarksville Marina in Clarksville, Tennessee. CEC contracted directly with the city to perform an ecological assessment, wetland delineation, permit application packages, and mitigation plan. Successful negotiations were achieved with the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC) and the Nashville District Corps of Engineers (Corps) for the permitting of this very high profile project for the City of Clarksville. CEC worked closely with the regulatory agencies to permit this project and see it through the public notice process. CEC prepared construction plans and specifications and provided contract administration for the compensatory mitigation plan to offset impacts to streams and wetlands. CEC worked closely with the Marina design team to ensure that the ecological impacts were minimized while achieving the overall goal of the Marina Project. CEC prepared all of the required permit application packages and Environmental Assessment (EA) for the Harpeth Shoals Marina in Ashland City, Tennessee. Both the Clarksville Marina and Harpeth Shoals Marina projects are very similar in scope to the Nashville Riverfront project with the Clarksville Marina project being very similar in scale. Likewise, both projects are located on the Cumberland River downstream from Nashville and required the same Clean Water coordination as the Clarksville and Harpeth Shoals Marina projects.

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Introduction

EMC Structural Engineers, P.C., is a consulting engineering firm located in Nashville, Tennessee participating in the area of structural engineering. EMC provides services in structural design and analysis, value engineering, and investigations/forensics to the architectural and construction industry. EMC is committed to providing the highest quality of structural design services for its clients. This is accomplished through our principal involvement, experience, and use of state-of-the-art technical tools. Principal involvement in each project is standard at EMC. Principal structural engineers are involved in each project from early schematic designs through construction administration services. This gives each project the benefit of an engineer with 20-plus years of experience in every phase. Principals also serve as Project Managers, which improves communication and the flow of information on each project. This commitment allows EMC to provide our clients with structures designed to connect to and function for the project’s needs in every detail. Our eight engineers have over 180 years of combined experience in structural engineering. This experience ranges from large to small, technically diverse projects throughout the nation and abroad, with completed construction costs ranging from $80 million to less than $250,000. EMC has experience in a wide range of building types including new construction, additions, and structural rehabilitations of historic buildings. Technical expertise also includes the specialized area of value engineering, construction administration, and building forensic inspection. Currently, we are registered in 46 states and the District of Columbia. EMC utilizes the latest in three-dimensional BIM modeling and Computer Aided Design and Drafting software to produce documents. Our engineers use nationally recognized structural engineering software, which allows us to design all types of structures to the highest quality and cost effectiveness for each project. During the past 23 years, EMC has developed a reputation of dependable and quality services. This reputation is based upon the ability to communicate, manage, and solve technical problems in a concise and thorough manner.


Project Experience

Parks Franklin Bicentennial Park – Franklin, Tennessee This new park in a downtown urban setting includes a river walk, river overlooks, bridges, a large gathering pavilion, and miscellaneous support structures. Bicentennial Mall State Park – Nashville, Tennessee This new state park located in downtown Nashville includes a history walk, a carillon at the Court of Three Stars, an amphitheater, numerous monuments, foundations and miscellaneous support structures. Rolling Mill Hill Greenway Switchback – Nashville, TN This structure is the link between the Historic Rolling Mill District to the Downtown Greenway. The switchback structure is a series of cantilevered steel bents with precast plank for the traffic surface. The design of the structure was to be as thin as possible to allow the bluff to be as visible as possible. Three Nature Centers – Nashville, TN These three projects for the Metro Board of Parks and Recreation included nature centers located at Shelby Park, Bells Bend Park, and Beaman Park. The structures are wood framed buildings with one located in a flood plane and another located on a steep hillside in a very rustic setting. The sub-structure of these buildings were treated poles to elevate the buildings as high as 20 feet. The projects also included elevated walkways and ramps.

Community Centers and Other Recreational Facilities Frances Meadows Aquatic Center – Gainesville, Georgia This project is to be a 46,000 square foot structure that will contain an Olympic size pool, a therapy pool, activity rooms, a cardio/wellness area, and office space. The structure will utilize both steel framing and load bearing CMU. Wellness and Aquatic Center –Cullman, Alabama This project will consist of an approximate 58,000 square foot structure that will contain a gymnasium, natatorium, wellness area, multi-purpose rooms, and office space. The structure will consist primarily of a metal deck and steel joist roof system supported by CMU walls.


Project Experience

MTSU Softball Complex – Murfreesboro, Tennessee This project consists of a two-story structure that contains a pressbox and concession space. The structure has wood framed floors and roof that are supported by CMU walls. MTSU Track & Field Improvements – Murfreesboro, Tennessee This project consists of three single-story buildings located below a pressbox and a covered camera platform. The single-story structures are constructed with wood roof trusses bearing on CMU walls. The pressbox and camera deck are steel and wood framed with their support columns located such that they are independent of the singlestory structures. The pressbox and camera deck tied into existing bleachers and stair towers. Recreation World – Franklin, Tennessee Addition of precast concrete stadium seating. David Lipscomb University/McQuiddy Gym Renovation – Nashville, Tennessee Modifications to the existing gymnasium included a new exterior wall on the east side and a new band room on the north side. Antioch Community Center – Antioch, Tennessee An award winning design featuring steel and wood trusses on load bearing masonry. Pickneyville Park Building – Gwinnett County, Georgia Design of four concession and recreation buildings and two large pavilions. Exposed heavy timber trusses were used in several of the structures. The project included a post-tensioned slab on grade roller hockey rink. Montgomery Bell Academy Gymnasium – Nashville, Tennessee Modifications to the existing structure including a new stair and office at main lobby, new lobby and elevation at west side, new exit stair and retaining wall on east side, new bridge at east side, new HVAC support on existing low roof between gyms, and miscellaneous structural modifications and openings. Calvary Family Life Center – Shreveport, Louisiana A new recreational facility of approximately 45,000 square feet plus an arrival canopy and connecting canopy. Also included renovations to the existing gymnasium and restrooms.


Project Experience

Calvary Baptist Church Family Life Center – Tuscaloosa, Alabama A new freestanding wood framed facility of approximately 23,500 square feet. Cool Springs Ice Rink – Franklin, Tennessee New recreational facility that included a 52,000 square foot ice rink and 60,000 square feet of office space and locker rooms on two structures of conventional steel framing. Lake Bottom Park Building – Columbus, Georgia Design of two concession and recreation buildings for little league baseball and football. Cardinal Run Park Building – Lexington, Kentucky Design of two large concession and recreation buildings. Rabbit Hill Park Building – Georgia A single-story, wood and masonry framed concession and restroom building. Richland Park Building - Georgia A single-story, wood and masonry framed concession and restroom building. Buena Vista Park Building – Georgia A single-story, wood and masonry framed concession and restroom building. Tennessee Tech Baseball Pressbox – Cookeville, Tennessee Expansion of an existing dugout to a two-story pressbox. Vanderbilt University Baseball Batting Cage – Nashville, Tennessee Unique structural design of a new batting cage facility set underneath the existing Dudley Football Stadium. Structural modifications to the existing facility were required. Allen Arena at David Lipscomb University – Nashville, Tennessee Modifications to the existing gymnasium included a new exterior wall on the east side and a new band room on the north side. Waycross Regional Park – Waycross, Georgia Concession Stand/Scoring Tower: Two-story, wood framed structure with 1,500 square feet on the first floor and 500 square feet on the second floor. The design was for two adjacent softball fields. Restrooms, Locker Rooms, and Shower Facilities: Single-story structure with exposed wood trusses of approximately 3,000 square feet.


Project Experience

Western Kentucky University Pressbox – Bowling Green, Kentucky Project is a three-story structure. The roof and third level framing consists of light gauge trusses. The roof trusses are supported by load bearing metal studs at the second level. The roof of the third level is supported by a steel beam and post system, which transfers loads to the load bearing cmu walls of the first level. The floor of the first and second level mezzanine consists of pre-cast concrete planks that clear span the structure.

YMCA Facilities – New Buildings, Additions, and Renovations YMCA Green Hills – Nashville, Tennessee Nine projects over the past twelve years. Projects include the 1994 addition and the 1999 addition and Teen Center. YMCA Northwest – Nashville, Tennessee A new building addition of approximately 15,000 square feet that contains a gymnasium and a suspended running track as well as support facilities. YMCA Scottsville – Scottsville, Kentucky A new 24,000 square foot addition and a 16,000 square foot renovation to the existing structure. Includes a gymnasium with a new running track and classroom wing. YMCA Jackson – Jackson, Tennessee A new one-story building of approximately 5,000 square feet. Also, a new connector approximately 10’ x 60’. The building is constructed of conventional steel framing with one row of interior columns. YMCA Maury County – Columbia, Tennessee Precast concrete structure over a six-lane swimming pool and therapy pool. YMCA Donelson-Hermitage – Nashville, Tennessee An addition to the existing structure comprised of load bearing masonry walls and steel joists. YMCA East Nashville – Nashville, Tennessee Additions and alterations to the existing facility. A gym was added to the second floor of the existing building.


Project Experience

YMCA Lodge and Day Camp Airnasium – Nashville, Tennessee Phase I of the campus includes an airnasium, pavilion, horse barn, two pool houses, and four restrooms. YMCA Lodge III – Nashville, Tennessee New meeting facility including vaulted meeting space and auxiliary conference rooms with commercial kitchens and supplementary space to handle large groups. Y-CAP Gymnasium – Nashville, Tennessee New gymnasium plus any additional utility space totaling approximately 10,000 square feet. Construction consisted of load bearing CMU and long span joists. YMCA Arts and Education Building – Nashville, Tennessee Design of four new structures at the YMCA Day Camp. Includes a roller rink, arts and education building, and exterior restroom facilities to supplement the Day Camp activities. Small Consulting for Various YMCA Sites Work performed for the Harding Place, Harpeth, Concord Road, and Robertson County locations of the YMCA.


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C . PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN

Formed in 1997, ETM ASSOCIATES, LLC provides comprehensive services in: Public Space Design Public Space Management Project Management The firm brings a wide range of professional, technical and entrepreneurial expertise to every project. We are concerned with all aspects of public space. We see design, implementation, and ongoing management as a continuum of related professional activities. Through application of our professional skills, we strive to improve the quality of the relationship between those responsible for public space users. To each project we bring a wide range of professional, technical, and entrepreneurial expertise, as well as extensive experience with public agencies, community leaders, and private institutions. Above all, we bring to the design and management of public space, our commitment to providing solutions that best serve clients, strengthen communities, and create welcoming environments for all. Strategic Management ETM’s strategic planning typically includes: • Outreach efforts that include community groups, major stakeholder interviews, public meetings and specialized assessment surveys • Analysis of all park and recreation facilities • Analysis of public programs and park operations including security, concessions and special events • Diagnostic Review of existing organizational structure and Workforce Profile • Estimate of capital improvement costs • Impact Analysis of capital improvements on existing and projected maintenance needs • Assessment of existing governance and management…plus recommendation from new partners or new management models • Identification of funding options for implementation of Strategic Plan • Implementation Strategy development • Recommended approach for improved public participation and partnerships

Comprehensive Maintenance ETM’s comprehensive plans typically include: • Organizational structure assessment and recommendations • Mapping and classifying of landscape areas • Analysis of usage and usage patterns • Definitions of “seasons” • Development of a Workforce Profile • Estimates of time needed and available time and resources • Recommendations for bridging the “Gap” • Develop Maintenance Performance


ETM ASSOCIATES, L.L.C. PROJECT MANAGEMENT PUBLIC SPACE DESIGN PUBLIC SPACE MANAGEMENT

DISCOVERY GREEN Houston Downtown Park Houston, Texas ETM provided a complete O+M plan for Discovery Green as a companion piece to the final park design. The final product was a maintenance manual that listed all maintenance tasks with the estimated amount of time that would be needed for each task as well as the total time needed annually for park maintenance.


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Included in the manual: - Tasks were divided between in-house and contracted services, providing and giving a strategy for using both in-house and contracted services. - A complete annual O+M budget was provided along with estimated income projections. - A calendar of public programs was developed along with special event guidelines and security recommendations. - A park management strategy was developed along with a park organizational chart identifying tasks and reporting relationships. - Job descriptions were developed. - Specifications for contracted work specifications, cut sheets and specific maintenance recommendations for park features such as lighting, paving, turf, fountain maintenance and park plantings. - Equipment recommendations along with maintenance facility needs were also included.

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GOVERNOR’S ISLAND New York, New York

ETM has been working with the Governor’s Island Preservation and Education Corporation (GIPEC) to assist with the development of a Developers RFP, which is due to be released in the spring of 2006. Our responsibilities include: • Development of capital cost comparisons of other waterfront parks to help establish comparable parks capital improvement costs for Governors Island; • Develop case studies of other park operating models and provide a recommendation for possible operating model for Governor’s Island • Provide benchmark costs for park maintenance; • Develop visitor projections for public space use of Governors Island; • Provide input for the Master Developer RFP.


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THE HIGHLINE New York City

ETM is working with Field Operations, a NYC landscape architectural firm, the NYC Department of Parks, EDC and Friends of the High Line, a non-profit organization, to develop a Maintenance and Operations plan for the proposed new 7-acre park, High Line, to be located on the old Conrail freight line running along Manhattan’s west-side from Gansevoort Street to 30th Street. The existing elevated structure will remain and a new park constructed.


In addition, the new design calls for a number of new and/or custom site features that will have special maintenance needs like: - Custom Benches - Lighting - Vegetated walls - Lighting - Custom wooden seating The new planting design is a combination of trees, shrubs, perennials and grasses. Planting beds include grasses and perennials (due to a lack of soil depth) with “woodland thicket� areas dedicated for trees and shrubs. The plant selection is predominately native plantings along with some wetland, mosses, sedums, vines and climbers. ETM worked with Piet Odulf from the Netherlands to develop annual costs and tasks for maintenance of these plantings.


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HUDSON RIVER PARK New York City ETM ASSOCIATES prepared a long-term management plan for the new 550-acre, 5-mile long Hudson River Park. The park will be the most significant new park development project in New York City since the creation of Central Park. ETM ASSOCIATES provided overall management goals and objectives for the park as well as developed a phased, comprehensive management plan. The management plan for the new Hudson River Park management strategy that combines:

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- Park maintenance needs - Programmatic needs - Operational needs Because of the length of Hudson River Park, a key component of the maintenance plan was to establish maintenance facilities along the length of the park. In addition to the main facility at Pier 40, we recommended that Secondary and Tertiary facilities be located at key locations the length of the park. In addition to providing sub-stations for maintenance staff, these facilities would also serve programmatic and security needs. Adequate storage, both interior and exterior, were determined to reduce the travel time to Pier 40. Space for small electric utility vehicles were included as well.


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During construction on Phase I, which included the creation of a large area for special events. ETM continued to work with the Riverlife Task Force to develop special event guidelines and assist with their implementation for the first year of programming. ETM worked with the client and the four major event sponsors to ensure that these large park events complied with the new guidelines as well as ensured that these popular Pittsburgh events could be held in the Park, for the enjoyment of park visitors and protect the park’s newly restored landscape.


HODGSON AND DOUGLAS, LLC

FIRM PROFILE

Hodgson and Douglas, LLC is a locally owned Landscape Architecture, Planning and Urban Design firm. Partners Joe Hodgson, RLA, ASLA, and Jim Douglas, RLA, ASLA, established the firm in 1985. We have a strong and talented staff of 3 Landscape Architects, 3 Landscape Architecture Interns and 1 Administrative Manager. We hold Landscape Architecture licenses for the State of Tennessee. Following are unique qualifications that our firm and staff can offer the project: Park Experience Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has had considerable experience in park design, both in Nashville and other communities. Park and open space examples include: Downtown Bicentennial Mall Greenway, Warner Park Master Plan and Construction Documents, Warner Park Nature Center, Tennessee River Park, Grassland Park, Tennessee State Capital Master Plan and Construction Documents and the East Nashville Civic Square (near the proposed Adventure Park). Over the past 24 years, we have established a good relationship with the Metropolitan Parks Department through project experience. MDHA Experience Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has had considerable experience with MDHA. We prepared a Master Plan for the East Nashville Civic Square in 2005. The proposed square forms the heart of the East Nashville Community located adjacent to the East Bank of the river. We designed a streetscape plan for Murfreesboro Road in 2006, which forms a major corridor into Nashville. In 1999, Hodgson and Douglas, LLC was the project designer for the Music Row Round About including site Construction Documents. In 1989, Hodgson and Douglas, LLC provided a streetscape Master Plan for Hillsboro Village, located adjacent to the Vanderbilt Campus. Over the years, we have developed good working relationships with MDHA Director Phil Ryan, as well as MDHA Construction Project Managers. Jim Douglas has worked very closely with Phil on a grant for the Nashville Civic Design Center. Downtown Experience Hodgson and Douglas, LLC is actively involved in the affairs of downtown Nashville. Jim Douglas is the immediate past President of the Board of the Nashville Civic Design Center which exists to promote and encourage careful development of the urban core (including the area of the River Park). Our firm participated in the preparation of the Center City Nashville Plan in 1992 for MDHA. We prepared the Capitol Hill Master Plan and Construction Documents, located in the heart of downtown. H&D worked in conjunction with Hawkins Partners to provide Construction Drawings for the Bell South Tower (Now AT&T) plaza and garden, and the Bicentennial Mall/Downtown Greenway. LEED Experience Hodgson and Douglas staff Landscape Architect Richie Jones is a LEED accredited professional, and directs our firm’s efforts in that area. We have completed Construction Documents for several LEED certified projects including the


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downtown Franklin, Tennessee Police Headquarters and One Greenway Centre office building. We designed the new green roof for the Tennessee Tower Plaza in downtown Nashville. It is under construction presently and will be the largest green roof in Tennessee. Consultant and Agency Experience Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has past experience working with several of the team members including Hawkins Partners, Barge Cauthen Associates, and EOA, and Thornton and Associates. We believe that our knowledge of each of these firms and their principals will aid in effective communication. Hodgson and Douglas, LLC has established long term relationships with public agencies that will be required for effective communication and coordination including, NES, Dept. of Public Works, Metro Parks Dept., MTA, T-DOT, and Metro Planning Department.


Music row streetscape improvements & roundabout N a s h v i l l e , Te n n e s s e e Hodgson and Douglas worked as part of a design and planning team to develop a long-range Master Plan for Music Row. Work included the development of a new traffic roundabout, streetscape design, traffic and pedestrian circulation, streetlights and landscape design. The traffic circle has become the centerpiece for a new $2 million sculpture. Hodgson and Douglas also completed construction drawings for over $3M worth of improvements. This work includes the renovation and reconstruction of the Owen Bradley Park..


c a p i t o l h i l l bicentennial mall Nashville, Tennessee Hodgson & Douglas was part of the design team for the Capitol Hill renovation segment of the Bicentennial Mall. The project, which focuses on the northern slope of the State Capitol, serves as a major axial overlook. Its purpose is to ensure the preservation of the northward vistas and to make the once formidable hillside a useful public square. Our responsibility in this project included: developing the overall schematic layout design drawings; schematic grading plan; completion of planting and irrigation plans as well as design and layout details of walks, steps, special pavements and other site furnishings.


TENNESSEE rIVER pARK pHASE iii & iv C h a t t a n o o g a , Te n n e s s e e Initial work included the development of schematic drawings for Phases III and IV of the River Park along the Tennessee River in Chattanooga. After funding was approved for Phase IV, the design team further developed the plans with the preparation of construction documents. The project included the design of a rowing center (developed by others), trail, fishing piers, interpretive stations, pavilions, parking, bank stabilization and graphics. The construction budget was $1.5 million.


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Nashville, Tennessee Hodgson and Douglas worked as the lead firm on a design team to provide a long-range master plan for this historic 2600-acre urban park listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Warner Park is well known in the region because of its significant natural beauty and central location; however, increased use over the years was, “loving the park to death”. Our design team was retained to analyze the park’s capacity to accommodate a growing list of active park uses while preserving its unique natural environment. Project included long-range plan that addressed new park headquarters, parking, trails, equestrian facilities, picnicking facilities, circulation and natural systems maintenance. On-site surveys were taken in the park to discover how visiNature Center

tors use the park, what they perceived as the most valued characteristics, and their expectations for future park development. In addition, a series of public participation “visioning workshops” were held with various park user groups. Representatives included: golfers, equestrians, runners, organized sports leagues, bird watchers and hikers, etc. They were invited to come together to create a common long-term vision for the park. One of the key recommendations of the Master Plan was the creation of a “Friends of Warner Park” group. This group was established in 1988 and has successfully raised over four million dollars towards the realization of the Master Plan. Subsequent to this planning effort, H&D prepared a Master Plan for the creation of a new park nature center, outdoor exhibits and parking. This plan was successfully realized several years ago. Public meetings were conducted with park user groups to determine long-range plans.


E A S T N A S H V I L L E C I V I C S Q U A R E Nashville, Tennessee

In 2005, Hodgson and Douglas completed a Master Plan for the East Nashville Civic Square. This 9 month long study created a plan to establish a new town center for the East Nashville area as well as vital pedestrian links to the nearby 5 Points mixed-use development area. A series of four public meetings were held to gain input from the local residents and stakeholders. One of the meetings included a design charrette, where those attending the public meeting were broken into small groups and asked a series of questions that resulted in the creation of individual team designs for the area. Many of the ideas that came from this charrette process were incorporated into the final design. The end result was a master plan that was created and endorsed by the local community. The Master Plan includes the creation of a grand oval lawn to celebrate East Nashville with a rearranged Gallatin Rd. around an ellipse. With the pedestrian and cyclist in mind, two traffic lanes will be reduced in width as a traffic calming measure and a bike lane will be established.. These traffic improvements will act as a crucial step to unifying the neighborhood as well as creating ‘green links’ to different nodes throughout the community.


Frist Center for the Visual Arts & Sculpture Garden Nashville, Tennessee Hodgson and Douglas was part of the design team for this project of significant importance for the City of Nashville. The Arts Center is housed in what was formerly the Downtown Post Office. Our work was divided into two scopes: the redevelopment area south of the post office which is comprised of two city blocks containing older structures and surface parking. The redevelopment plan included redesign of the area streets, clearing the sites, developing new parking, planting and streetscape. The second scope included the area immediately around the post office and the new sculpture garden. For the redevelopment area, H&D developed hardscape plans for new streets, sidewalks and pull-off ramps; developed the area landscape and streetscape plans as well as irrigation; selected and placed site lighting as well as location of street furniture such as benches, trash receptacles, etc. For the Sculpture Court and Garden we assisted the architect in developing the design plans and construction documents. These plans included drawings for the parking hardscape, planter walls, seating, planting, fountains, irrigation and drainage.


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In 2005, Hodgson and Douglas worked with a design team to provide a Master Plan for downtown Gallatin, TN. The project included the restoration of a polluted urban stream into both an ecological and recreational amenity. Years of abuse, neglect and unsustainable development polluted the stream leaving it both unusable as well as an eyesore. Through careful inventory, analysis and planning Hodgson and Douglas developed a master plan that called for the stream to be ecologically restored by removing the concrete channels, reestablishing its natural flow pattern and planting native plant communities along its banks. The master plan also developed a series of trails, bike paths and recreation spaces along the stream giving the community a recreational amenity. This portion of the stream will also serve as a vital corridor to a major greenway system throughout the county.


FIRM DESCRIPTION Lam Partners Inc provides lighting consulting for architecture and urban design. We combine the experience and professionalism developed over the 40-year history of our firm with the creativity, flexibility, and responsiveness demanded by today’s projects. Principals Paul Zaferiou, Robert Osten, Keith Yancey, and our designers offer our clients diverse backgrounds and complementary expertise. Our multi-disciplinary professional staff is large enough to serve projects of virtually any size, and gives us the project management, design, and production resources necessary to serve project needs efficiently – and to meet deadlines. We believe that effective lighting design begins with an understanding of architectural and urban design principles, of our clients’ design intentions, and of the design and construction process itself. Our principals and design staff have professional degrees and experience in lighting design, architecture, engineering, and industrial design. Many of our designers are registered architects. With special expertise in daylighting, sun-control, and energy conservation, Lam Partners is well qualified to develop environmentally responsible designs. We practice both locally and internationally, with projects throughout North America, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East. Services Offered:

Architectural lighting design Architectural daylighting design Site, park, and roadway lighting design Lighting master planning for cities, campuses, and institutions Exterior façade lighting for monuments, historic buildings, and new buildings Scale-model daylighting analysis with video and proprietary SunScan quantitative analysis 3-D computer modeling, rendering, and quantitative analysis

Typical Client Types:

Architects Landscape Architects Planners Developers Building Owners Institutions Government Agencies

Project Types:

Civic Facilities Educational Buildings Healthcare Historic Buildings/Landmarks Hotels & Resorts Laboratories Libraries Museums/Exhibition Spaces Mixed Use Centers

Office Buildings Performing Arts Facilities Religious Structures Residences Restaurants Retail & Shopping Centers Sports Facilities Transportation Facilities Urban Design


Featured Projects

Bard College Center for Science and Computation

Massachusetts State House Exterior

Annandale-on-Hudson, NY Rafael Viñoly Architects PC

Boston, Massachusetts Goody, Clancy & Associates

Fidelity Investments Smithfield Campus

The Getty Villa

Smithfield, Rhode Island Gensler

Malibu, California Machado and Silvetti Associates, Inc. with SPF:architects

New World Symphony

Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Museum and Visitor’s Center

Miami Beach, Florida Gehry Partners, LLP

Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Kohn Pederson Fox Associates

Jerusalem, Israel Moshe Safdie and Associates

University of Pennsylvania Module VII Chiller Plant Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Leers Weinzapfel Associates Architects, Inc.

Chickasaw Cultural Center Sulphur, Oklahoma Overland Partners | Architects

111 Huntington Avenue Boston, Massachusetts CBT/Childs Bertman Tseckares Inc.

Raleigh-Durham International Airport Terminal C Raleigh, North Carolina Fentress Bradburn Architects, Ltd.

Regional Justice Center Las Vegas, Nevada Tate Snyder Kimsey Architects

Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research Cambridge, Massachusetts The Stubbins Associates, Inc.

Northeastern University Multifaith Spiritual Center Boston, Massachusetts Office dA, Inc.

David L. Lawrence Convention Center Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Rafael Viñoly Architects PC

Logan International Airport Terminal E Boston, Massachusetts Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Salt Lake City Public Library Salt Lake City, Utah Moshe Safdie and Associates with VCBO Architecture

Guggenheim Museum Bilbao Bilbao, Spain Gehry Partners, LLP

University of Chicago Gordon Center for Integrative Science

John Joseph Moakley U.S. Courthouse

Chicago, Illinois Ellenzweig

Boston, Massachusetts Pei Cobb Freed & Partners with Jung|Brannen Associates, Inc.


Urban Design and Master Planning

Fan Pier Streetscapes and Waterfront Park

City Hall Plaza Arcade

Boston, Massachusetts Richard Burck Associates

Boston, Massachusetts Chan Krieger & Associates

Tufts New England Medical Center Campus Master Plan

Cambridge Street Improvements

Boston, Massachusetts Anshen + Allen + Rothman

Cambridge, Massachusetts Carol R Johnson Associates Inc

Dartmouth College Lighting Master Plan South Pointe Park Miami Beach, Florida Hargreaves Associates

Hanover, New Hampshire Lo-Yi Chan, FAIA with Dartmouth College

The Lawrenceville School Lighting Master Plan Loreto Bay Beach Club, Spa, and Villas Loreto, Mexico Moran Architects PC

Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront Chattanooga, Tennessee Hargreaves Associates

Lawrenceville, New Jersey William C. Ehret, Architect

Fort Washington Way Cincinnati, Ohio KZF Design Inc.

Bates College Campus Exterior

University of Cincinnati Open Space Lighting Master Plan

Lewiston, Maine Bates College

Cincinnati, Ohio Hargreaves Associates

Wisconsin Place Friendship Heights

Washington University Medical Center Lighting Master Plan

Chevy Chase, Maryland Arrowstreet Inc.

St. Louis, Missouri Mackey Mitchell Associates

Hermann Park Lake Plaza Houston, TX Overland Partners / Architects

Phillips Academy Lighting Master Plan Andover, Massachusetts Prentice & Chan, Ohlhausen

The Emerald Gateway Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates Carol R. Johnson Associates Inc

Pennsylvania State University Lighting Master Plan University Park, Pennsylvania Sasaki Associates, Inc.

San Antonio Riverwalk San Antonio, Texas Fisher Heck Architects

Knoxville South Waterfront Knoxville, TN Hargreaves Associates


RELEVANT PROJECT DESCRIPTIONS: Chattanooga 21st Century Waterfront Park, Chattanooga, TN Architect:

Hargreaves Associates 118 Magazine Street Cambridge, MA 02139

Schematic Design through Construction, Ross’s Landing Park, First Street Steps. 83 acres open space, public pier, reconfigured parkway/roadway. Construction Cost: $35 Million (Estimated) 2002-2005

South Pointe Park, Miami Beach, FL Architect:

Hargreaves Associates 118 Magazine Street Cambridge, MA 02139

Re-design of public park, landscaping, canal edge, pathways, fountain lighting, archietcural pylons along cutwalk. Construction Cost: $10 Million (Estimated) 2005-2009 (Job in Progress)

Fan Pier Public Green/Waterfront Park and Streetscapes, Boston MA Site lighting design for a 21-acre mixed-use development along Boston Harbor, including the Public Green a major waterfront park, the Harborwalk, and all street lighting. Architect: Richard Burck Associates 7 Davis Squire Somerville, MA 02144 Construction Cost (Public Green only) $6 Million 2007-2010 (Job in Progress)


New South Associates Responses to Riverfront Park Plan RFQ New South Associates’ Firm overview. New South Associates is a women-owned small business providing cultural resource consulting services. Incorporated in Georgia in 1988, New South Associates is headquartered in Stone Mountain, Georgia, and maintains branch offices in Columbia, South Carolina; Greensboro, North Carolina; St. Augustine, Florida; Huntsville, Alabama; and Nashville, Tennessee. The firm’s Stone Mountain office is housed in a 4,800 square foot renovated historic Craftsman bungalow and three adjoining 1,400 square foot auxiliary buildings and includes a 2,000 square foot laboratory for artifact analysis, temporary curation space for archaeological collections, a fully equipped graphics production center, an equipment storage building, and professional offices. New South Associates utilizes state-ofthe-art equipment including Apple and PC desktop and laptop computers, GIS, GPS, Total Station, GPR, and tablet PCs for timely and accurate reporting, mapping and communication. New South Associates’ has a permanent staff of 47 professionals that includes specialists in prehistoric and historic archaeology, history, architectural history, historic preservation planning, ethnobotany, zooarchaeology, lithic analysis, artifact curation, urban archaeology, oral history, the Cold War, physical anthropology, and cemetery studies, as well as computer, GIS, and graphics specialists. Our permanent personnel are supported by a large number of BA and MA degreed specialists who work with us on a project basis as technicians. New South Associates has conducted over 2,500 projects in its 21 years in business. We have served a large range of clients, including nearly 30% of Engineering News Records top 200 environmental firms and a number of the south’s premier developers. New South Associates has conducted numerous projects for city, county, and state agencies and services throughout the country. Historic preservation foundations and organizations we have provided services to include the National Trust for Historic Preservation, the Historic Charleston Foundation, the Historic Columbia Foundation and the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. New South Associates is recognized as one of the premier providers of cultural resource services for the US Government. Federal agencies we have worked with include the Tennessee Valley Authority, the US Army Corps of Engineers (Wilmington, Savannah, Jacksonville, Mobile, New Orleans, St. Louis, and Fort Worth Districts), the Bureau of Land Management, the Department of Defense (Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marine Corps), the Department of Energy, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, the Federal Highway Administration, the General Services Administration, the National Park Service, USAID, the US Army National Guard, and the USDA Forest Service. New South Associates holds, has held, or has been partners on ID/IQ contracts with the Fort Worth, St. Louis, New Orleans, Mobile, Jacksonville, Savannah, and Wilmington District of the US Army Corps of Engineers, as well as with GSA, FHWA, and the USDA Forest Service. New South Associates’ project experience includes work on archaeological predictive modeling, survey, site evaluations/testing, and data recovery mitigations; historic structures survey and evaluations; Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS)/Historic American


Engineering Record (HAER) documentations; site and organization histories including popular histories; Traditional Cultural Property (TCP) evaluations; the preparation cultural resource overviews; Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans; GIS studies; physical anthropology; cemetery studies and removals; subsistence studies for prehistoric and historic archaeological sites; the preparation of reports and brochures for public information; and the preparation of National Register of Historic Places nominations and documentations. New South Associates is one of the most respected firms in the cultural resource industry. A charter member of the American Cultural Resources Association (ACRA), New South Associates is the recipient of ACRA’s Quality Product Award, the American Association for State and Local History’s Award of Merit, a Certificate of Appreciation from the National Historic Landmarks Program of National Park Service, and countless accolades from State Historic Preservation offices and state and federal agencies on the review of New South Associates’ reports. New South Associates’ staff includes current or former Presidents of the Georgia Council of Professional Archaeologists, the Council of South Carolina Professional Archaeologists, and the Mid-Atlantic Archaeological Conference, as well as current or former members of the Board of Directors of the American Cultural Resources Association, the Society of Historical Archaeology, the Georgia Archaeological Society, the Archaeological Society of South Carolina, the DeKalb Historical Commission, and the Stone Mountain Historic Preservation Committee. Secretary of State Cathy Cox named Mary Beth Reed, New South Associates’ President, one of the Outstanding Women in Historic Preservation in Georgia in 2002.


South Knoxville Waterfront and Cherokee Trail Connector

Location Knoxville, Tennessee

Services Cultural Contexts Research Design for Cultural Resource Surveys Phase I Archaeological Survey

Client

Hargreaves Associates, Inc. 118 Magazine Street Cambridge, MA 02139 Gavin McMillan (617) 661-0770

Budget

The City of Knoxville has developed the Knoxville South Waterfront Public Improvement Project, a plan for the development and enhancement of areas south of the Tennessee River/Fort Loudon Lake. This multi-year revitalization effort will include 12 locations along the riverfront and adjacent uplands and the work requires federal permitting from the Tennessee Valley Authority and the US Army Corps of Engineers. New South Associates’ work was designed to support Federal permitting.

Waterfront: $123,866.74 Trail: $14,418.06

New South Associates developed cultural contexts for the Knoxville South Waterfront and compiled information on previously recorded cultural resources in the project vicinity. In addition, New South developed a research design for conducting Phase I archaeological and historic architectural surveys of the individual project sites. The research design characterizes the general archaeological sensitivity of the project vicinity and provides historical overviews and proposed survey strategies for each location. New South Associates also conducted a Phase I archaeological survey of three project sites: Cherokee Road Connector/Spring Water Center (Sites 1 and 12) and Baker Creek Landing (Site 11). Combined, these three areas contained 14.6 acres. The survey resulted in the identification of a single archaeological site, 40KN299, representing an abandoned railroad spur probably dating to the twentieth century.


Site 40SV164 Testing at Riverwalk Park

Location City of Pigeon Forge, Sevier County, Tennessee

Services Phase II Testing of Site 40SV164 Burial Removal

Client S&ME, Inc. 1413 Topside Road Louisville, TN 37777 Liz Porter (865) 970-0003

Budget West Terrace Survey and testing - $63,732.92 Burial Removal - $3,670.00

New South Associates conducted Phase II testing of site 40SV164 within the Main Street Marketplace and West Terrace tracts of the Riverwalk Park development area. The goal of the project was to investigate the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) eligibility of the site within the two tracts. The study utilized close interval shovel testing, trackhoe trenching, and block excavation. This work revealed two features and a concentration of lithic artifacts. These findings indicated that Site 40SV164 is an ephemeral Woodland site.

The areas located within the West Terrace and Main Street Marketplace tracts were recommended as not eligible for inclusion in the NRHP. In addition to the testing of known site 40SV164, New South Associates investigated reports from a previous study at the site of two human burials. Slot trenches and test units were excavated in order to locate these remains. The study identified one human burial and one non-human animal burial.


21st Century Waterfront Project Ross’ Landing HAER

Location City of Chattanooga, Sevier County, Tennessee

Services HABS/HAER documentation

Client Hargreaves Associates, Inc. 118 Magazine Street Cambridge, MA 02139 Gavin McMillan (617) 661-0070

Budget $9,692.72

New South Associates undertook the HAER documentation of a paved wharf ramp as part of the cultural resources compliance for the proposed 21st Century Waterfront Project of the City of Chattanooga and the RiverCity Company. The wharf ramp was paved in Belgian blocks in an area known locally as Ross’s Landing. HAER documentation was undertaken to ameliorate the effects of the proposed project that would require the removal of the Belgian blocks and their reuse elsewhere within the 21st Century Waterfront Project.


POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION FIRM PROFILE

GENERAL Power Management Corporation is a full-service consulting engineering firm established in 1993. We offer HVAC, Electrical, Plumbing, and Fire Protection design and construction administration services as well as Commissioning Services and LEED Documentation Services. We complete approximately 225 projects per year throughout the Eastern United States. The construction value of these projects ranges from tens of thousands of dollars to tens of millions of dollars each. OFFICES AND STAFF Power Management maintains design offices in Nashville, TN, and Apalachicola, FL, We presently have 14 full time employees including eight Professional Engineers, one Engineer in Training, four Designers, and an Operations Manager. We have three Certified Commissioning Agents (CxA) and six LEED Accredited Professionals. Our Professional Engineers have a combined experience of over 160 years. PROJECTS Power Management’s project experience includes the design of mechanical and electrical systems for virtually every type of facility including commercial, institutional, military, industrial, and healthcare. Many of our projects include critical power systems and on-site standby power systems. We are actively involved in Building Information Modeling and regularly produce designs using Autodesk Revit. SUSTAINABLE DESIGN PMC is at the forefront of sustainable design. Six of our professional engineers are LEED Accredited Professionals under the U.S. Green Building Council’s program. We regularly complete designs for facilities that become LEED certified. We designed Nashville’s first LEED Certified building and recently completed design of Tennessee’s first LEED Gold Building COMMISSIONING PMC is actively engaged in the initial commissioning and re-commissioning of facilities. Three of our professional engineers are Certified Commissioning Agents under the AABC Commissioning Group’s program. We have completed the commissioning of numerous facilities. ENERGY MANAGEMENT Power Management has been providing energy management solutions since its founding. Two of our professional engineers are Certified Energy Managers under the Association of Energy Engineer’s CEM program. We provide energy audits and design energy management solutions for commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities.


POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Design Experience PARKS/RECREATION: McCabe Community Center, Nashville, TN Coleman Park Community Center, Nashville, TN McCabe Golf Course Club House, Nashville, TN Two-Rivers Golf Course Club House, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Quarantine Building, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Giraffe Barn, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Admin Building, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Flamingo Building, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Concessions Stands, Nashville, TN Nashville Zoo Main Entrance, Nashville, TN YMCA North Rutherford County, Smyrna, TN YMCA Allen County, Scottsville, KY YMCA Franklin Renovation/Addition, Franklin, TN YMCA Maryland Farms Expansion, Brentwood, TN YMCA Margaret Maddox Renovation/Addition, Nashville, TN Centennial Tennis Center, Nashville, TN Camp Marymount Dining Hall, Williamson County, TN Camp Marymount Chapel, Williamson County, TN Camp Marymount Living Quarters, Williamson County, TN The Rush Fitness Center – Chattanooga, TN The Rush Fitness Center – Hixon, TN The Rush Fitness Center – Winston-Salem, NC The Rush Fitness Center – Knoxville, TN Lewisburg Recreation Center, Lewisburg, TN

SITE ELECTRICAL/LIGHTING Water Street Marina, Apalachicola, FL Providence Mixed-Use Development, Mt. Juliet, TN Gateway Village Development, Franklin, TN Currey Ingram Academy Campus, Brentwood, TN


POWER MANAGEMENT CORPORATION Project Profiles RECENT METRO PARKS AND RECREATION PROJECTS: McCabe Community Center, Nashville, TN McCabe is a replacement community center in a high-profile, urban neighborhood. The facility, now in the design phase, will have an indoor pool, gymnasium, meeting space, activity space, and a fitness room. Pedestrian connectivity between the public golf course, club-house, and the new facility will be emphasized in the design. Coleman Park Community Center, Nashville, TN Coleman Park is a replacement community center in an urban neighborhood. The facility, now in the construction phase, has an indoor pool, gymnasium, meeting space, activity space, and a fitness room. In keeping with sustainable practices, part of the original gymnasium building was renovated and integrated into the design for the new facility. Two-Rivers Golf Course Club House, Nashville, TN This project was a replacement facility for Metro Parks and Recreation. The plan included a golfcart barn, a dining area with snack shop and full kitchen, a pro-shop, locker rooms, and lounge. Existing site conditions and utilities were especially challenging. Care was taken to minimize the down-time for the facility by following an aggressive design and construction schedule. OTHER RELAVANT PROJECTS: Water Street Marina, Apalachicola, FL The Water Street Marina is a new floating marina with a capacity of 30 boats, up to 60’ in length. The design included shore power provisions for each boat utilizing pedestals with a combination of 30 and 50 amp receptacles, telephone, cable TV, and internet services. The design included dock lighting, walkway lighting, and dock fire extinguisher protection. Special attention was paid to the method of serving the docks to allow for up to a four foot tide variation Nashville Zoo Projects, Nashville, TN The Nashville Zoo has grown substantially over the past 7 years. PMC has provided engineering services for various projects, from the ticket booths and main entrance renovation, to concession stands, giraffe barns, elephant habitats, flamingo ponds, and even an animal quarantine building. Each animal habitat presents an unique design challenge for the engineers. Currey Ingram Academy, Brentwood, TN In addition to the High School, Middle School, Lower School, and gymnasium, PMC also designed the underground electrical distribution, the campus site lighting, and the sewage treatment facility, all as part of the campus master plan.


RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC Firm Profile RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC provides experienced, professional transportation and traffic planning and engineering services for municipal and private clients. By focusing its practice on transportation engineering and planning, the firm has developed outstanding expertise in designing innovative solutions to problems caused by urban traffic congestion. RPM Transportation Consultants has successfully applied this approach in serving its public and private clients throughout the Tennessee and the Southeast. Since its formation in 1987, RPM Transportation Consultants has established a strong leadership role in the transportation consulting field. The firm has completed hundreds of traffic engineering, planning and parking studies and has extensive experience in ITS applications and traffic signal design and operations. Major projects that RPM Transportation Consultants has successfully undertaken include the Nashville Arena, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Downtown Nashville Transportation Plan, the 21st Avenue Transportation Plan, Vanderbilt University Medical Center Parking Study, the Subarea 9 Master Plan for downtown Nashville, and Metro Nashville’s Strategic Plan for Sidewalks & Bikeways. RPM Transportation Consultants has produced major traffic signal system studies and designs for Brentwood, Franklin, Cookeville, Lebanon, Tullahoma, and Red Bank, Tennessee and has provided traffic signal timing assistance to many communities. RPM Transportation Consultants has established a reputation for developing innovative and creative solutions to traffic problems. The firm routinely conducts research of best practices in other communities around the world. In the early planning stages of projects, the RPM staff evaluates these best practices to determine possible approaches to unusual problems or issues. The firm then applies the appropriate solutions to the project. As an example, RPM Transportation Consultants was part of the consultant team that planned and designed the Music Row Roundabout, which was the first modern roundabout constructed in the Nashville area.

Also, bicycle and pedestrian planning and design projects have become an area of focus for RPM Transportation Consultants, which has completed many such projects in Tennessee. The firm’s expertise in this area has resulted in successful bicycle and pedestrian plans for Nashville/Davidson County, the Chattanooga area MPO, the Memphis area MPO, Sumner County, Wilson County, and the cities of Brentwood, Franklin, Gallatin, Hendersonville, Mt. Juliet, and Lebanon. RPM Transportation Consultants is comprised of a well-trained, knowledgeable staff that is experienced in successfully managing multiple projects concurrently. In addition to the above capabilities, RPM Transportation Consultants is equipped with up-to-date computer systems and has extensive experience with a variety of traffic engineering and planning software programs.

RPM Transportation Consultants, LLC 20 years of experience in providing professional transportation and traffic planning and engineering services.

Address:

214 Centerview Drive, Suite 240 Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 Phone: (615) 370-8410 Fax: (615) 370-8455 e-mail: rpm@rpmtraffic.net

President:

Robert P. Murphy, PE, PTOE, RLS

Staff:

Professional Engineers 4 Engineer Interns 3 Engineering Technicians 2 AICP Planners 1 Administrative 1 Total Staff 11


The Gulch Master Plan, Nashville, TN Working with a team of planners and architects in 2000, RPM helped to develop a master plan for redevelopment of a 30-acre site near downtown Nashville from its existing condition as a blighted industrial zone into an urban, mixed-use neighborhood with homes, workplaces and shopping. The Gulch plan was guided by the principles of New Urbanism, including careful consideration of all travel modes, including walking, bicycling and transit. Factoring in land use, circulation patterns and urban design considerations, RPM prepared a Traffic Impact Study which evaluated transportation issues, including street and intersection design, on-street and structured parking needs. The plan placed special emphasis on providing inviting and functional streetscapes that encourage non-motorized travel. The Gulch project was Nashville’s first master planned district with a transportation infrastructure that balances the needs of all modes. This project received an Award of Excellence from the Excellence in Development of Middle Tennessee in 2001. Subsequent to developing the master plan, RPM was a member of the consultant team selected to complete infrastructure design plans for the project. The construction of the project, which included roadway, streetscape, and traffic signal design plans, has resulted in tremendous reinvestment and development in the Gulch area. Client: Contact:

Nashville Urban Venture LLC and Metro Development & Housing Authority Mr. Phil Ryan, MDHA Executive Director (615) 252-8410

Country Music Hall of Fame Parking & Traffic Study - Nashville, TN Parking was a critical issue in the development of the Country Music Hall of Fame in downtown Nashville. In 1998, RPM conducted parking studies for the project to determine on-site parking needs as required in Metro Nashville’s Zoning Ordinance. RPM’s parking analysis included an extensive inventory of public parking in the vicinity of the site and the projected peak parking demand expected from the Hall of Fame. The RPM parking study showed that the on-site parking proposed for the Hall of Fame, together with available public parking within walking distance of the site would be more than enough to meet parking demands. The study also included analysis of the impacts of a new hotel and parking garage that were planned for construction across the street from the Hall of Fame. Finally, RPM successfully coordinated the necessary traffic and parking-related approvals with Metro agencies, including those from the Metro Board of Zoning Appeals. In 2001, this project received an Award of Merit from the Excellence in Development of Middle Tennessee. Client: Contact:

Metropolitan Development & Housing Authority Mr. Phil Ryan, Executive Director (615) 252-8410


Music Row Master Plan & Design Study, Nashville, TN RPM was selected as part of a team to develop a conceptual planning and design document for Music Row. The purpose of the study was to identify and explore various land use and transportation scenarios for the future of the Music Row/Demonbreun Street corridor. The study included recommendations for improving the traffic flow and parking conditions within the study area. The cornerstone of the plan was a recommended roundabout at the intersection of Demonbreun Street, Division Street, 16th Avenue North, and Music Square East. The plan also recommended modifications to Demonbreun Street, between 16th Avenue North and 14th Avenue North, in order to facilitate pedestrian access along the corridor. These recommended improvements were part of a strategy to enhance the connection between Music Row and downtown Nashville, and revitalize the area. In addition to these improvements, the study included recommendations for enhancing the aesthetic features of the corridor and influencing future land use decisions within the study area. This project included the design and construction of Nashville’s first modern roundabout, pedestrian enhancements, parking improvements and extensive streetscape improvements. Since opening for traffic in 2001, the Music Row roundabout has been nationally recognized for successfully reducing traffic congestion, improving pedestrian conditions, and spurring reinvestment in the area. In 2001, this project received an Award of Excellence from the Excellence in Development of Middle Tennessee as well as an Award of Honor from the Consulting Engineers of TN. Client: Contact:

Metropolitan Development and Housing Authority Mr. Phil Ryan, Executive Director (615) 252-8410

Traffic Impact Study Nashville Sounds Ballpark/Gateway Boulevard, Nashville, TN In 2006, RPM conducted a traffic impact study for Metro Nashville as part of a development proposal to construct a new 10,000 seat Nashville Sounds Ballpark adjacent to Gateway Boulevard, east of 1st Avenue and the Cumberland River in downtown Nashville. In addition to the new ballpark facility for this minor league professional baseball team, the ballpark development proposal also included 177,000 square feet of office, 500 residential units, and 35,000 square feet of commercial land uses. RPM also evaluated the impacts of this development in conjunction with the proposed redevelopment of Rolling Mill Hill site which is slated for an addition 190,000 square feet of office, 1,300 residential units, and 90,000 square feet of commercial. RPM developed several access and intersection solutions to balance the demands of these two developments and provide adequate accommodations for non-motorized travel within and between these sites. Client: Contact:

Struever Brothers Eccles & Rouse, Inc. Michael Hayes (443) 573-4000


Traffic Study, Nashville Arena Site Selection & Programming Project, Nashville, TN RPM served on the consultant team that conducted the initial planning study for the new arena in downtown Nashville. RPM conducted traffic analyses of seven alternative sites to determine the most desirable location for the new arena for Nashville. After the selection of a downtown site, RPM was a member of the project team that prepared the program for the arena. A comprehensive inventory of existing traffic and parking conditions in the vicinity of the site was developed. All parking lots and garages within walking distance of the site were identified along with the number of spaces for each facility. Projected parking demand for major events was determined and recommendations for accommodating the traffic access, circulation, transit/shuttle service, and parking needs for the new arena were outlined in the program. Client: Contact:

Metro Nashville & Davidson County Mr. Peter Heidenreich, Previous Project Manager (615) 242-8856

2001 Strategic Plan for Sidewalks & Bikeways, Nashville, TN Motivated by a desire to build a multi-modal transportation infrastructure and enhanced quality of life, Metro’s Public Works and Planning departments hired RPM in 2001 to develop a countywide plan for pedestrian and bicycle facilities. The Strategic Plan contains evaluations of the existing pedestrian and bicycle facilities as well as provides comprehensive recommendations for future facilities. Key components of the plan include an extensive inventory and condition assessment of all existing sidewalks in Nashville and Davidson County. This inventory covered over 750 miles of existing sidewalks. In conducting the inventories, the RPM team utilized hand-held computers equipped with custom developed software that was linked to Metro’s GIS. In order to prioritize new sidewalk projects and other pedestrian improvements, RPM developed an innovative procedure called the Sidewalk Priority Index (SPI). The SPI was designed to identify sidewalk priorities based on a variety of pedestrian related factors including land use, density and proximity to pedestrian activity generators. A bikeway network map was developed by RPM, which evaluated the current suitability of identified roadways for bicycles, along with specific recommendations for bicycle facilities improvements on each corridor. Finally, RPM provided a thorough outline of recommended new policies, practices and programs directed toward integrating pedestrian and bicycle considerations into all relevant Metro endeavors. In 2003, this project won an Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies in TN. Client: Contact:

Metropolitan Department of Public Works Mr. Mark Macy, Assistant Director (615) 862-8706


Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU) Traffic and Parking Improvements Murfreesboro, TN Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), located in Murfreesboro, TN, is one of the largest university’s in the state of Tennessee with a current enrollment of approximately 24,000 students. Due to the college’s proximity to Nashville, MTSU supports a very large commuter student population. In 2004, RPM as part of a project team, began working with MTSU to develop a plan to improve traffic circulation and parking in and around the main campus. Specific goals included providing parking for a future enrollment of 30,000 students while improving internal pedestrian, vehicular and shuttle circulation. The 500 acre campus is squarely bounded by a solid network of public roadways; however, internal circulation to and from these roadways had room for improvement. A plan was developed to create a network of well-connected internal roadways while reorganizing parking to campus perimeters, creating a pedestrian friendly, vehicle-free core. Integral to the plan was the development of roadway cross-sections that would support all users (general traffic, campus shuttles, bicycles and pedestrians) while maintaining low speed characteristics in a congested campus environment. What was devised was a four-lane median divided roadway with dedicated shuttle/bike lanes in each direction. Traffic calming techniques such as narrow lanes and raised crosswalks were utilized to encourage lower speeds. At the center of the network was the design of a new roundabout intersection. As a result of the new crosssections, what began as an aesthetic intersection quickly became one of the first two-lane modern roundabout designs in Tennessee. Challenges included accommodating dedicated shuttle bike lanes through the roundabout, pedestrian accessibility, stakeholder education, and design phasing. The first phase of the overall plan was completed in the summer 2008. This included two significant portions of the roadway network with new cross-sections and the roundabout. Early this year the project won an Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies in Tennessee for the implementation of Phases I and II. Client: Contact:

Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN Ms. Patti Miller, Project Manager MTSU (615) 898-2411


Pilot Bikeway Design Plans, Nashville, TN In 2000, RPM was selected as part of a team to prepare design plans for new pavement markings and signing of several roadways in Metropolitan Nashville to provide bicycle facilities. This pioneering project resulted in the first bicycle lanes and designated bicycle routes in Metropolitan Nashville. The project focused on connecting several potential bicycle generators and attractors in the West End, Vanderbilt, Belmont, Hillsboro Village, Lipscomb University, Music Row, and Sylvan Park areas of Nashville. Roadways in these areas were inventoried and measured to connect logical destinations by restriping and signing existing roadways with sufficient pavement width to accommodate bicycle lanes or routes. This project resulted in the bike lanes that have been installed on Belmont Boulevard, Murphy Road, 18th Avenue South, Music Square East, Music Square West, Demonbreun Street and Magnolia Boulevard. Client: Contact:

Metropolitan Public Works and Greenways Commission of Metro Parks Ms. Shain Dennison (615) 862-8400

Iroquois Steeplechase Traffic, Parking, and Pedestrian Planning, Nashville, TN RPM has served as the first and only transportation consultant for the Iroquois Steeplechase, one of the premier steeplechasing events in the South. Although Tennessee’s race has been held since 1941, 2006 was the first year that race-day transportation data was collected and analyzed. RPM developed a comprehensive race-day data collection strategy to collect traffic, pedestrian, and parking data by time and direction of arrival, parking area, auto occupancy, and event entry point. Special parking and pedestrian features of the Steeplechase include offsite shuttling, valet, and roadway contra-flow operations. The parkland setting of the race grounds has limited infrastructure presenting unique transportation challenges for accommodating the 17,000 spectators. Since 2006, RPM has worked with race organizers to refine the traffic, parking, and pedestrian plan, making it easy for visitors to enjoy this day at the races. Client: Contact:

Iroquois Steeplechase Race Committee Mr. Henry Hooker, Past Chair (615) 377-1993


Central Business District Parking Accessibility Study, Nashville, TN In 2000, RPM was retained by the Nashville Central Business Improvement District to develop recommendations for improving accessibility to parking around the perimeter of Nashville’s Central Business District. RPM completed a thorough inventory of each downtown parking lot and garage. The inventory included detailed information on type of facility, number of parking spaces, parking rates and ownership. A map identifying the location for each garage and lot was developed. RPM then evaluated parking demands and evaluated transit services for the study area. Based on the analyses conducted, recommendations were presented for improving accessibility to parking lots that were currently underutilized by providing direct shuttle service between the lots and central downtown destinations. This work resulted in the successful implementation of the Coliseum parking shuttle service started in 2002 by the Nashville Downtown Partnership. RPM also developed a specific plan for maximizing on-street parking in the entertainment district in downtown Nashville. After developing a curb space inventory for the downtown streets, RPM identified ways to utilize the existing curb space to provide more on-street parking. Client: Contact:

Nashville Central Business Improvement District Mr. Steve Gibson, Nashville Downtown Partnership (615) 743-3090


DESCRIPTION OF FIRM Thornton & Associates, Inc., (T&A) is a SBE/MBE firm certified by: Tennessee Department of Transportation Metropolitan Nashville Airport Authority Federal Aviation Administration and Metropolitan Government of Nashville, and Davidson County, Tennessee MDHA certified as a Section 3 Business Concern SBA Certified AL TDOT KY Transportation Cabinet Thornton & Associates was established in 1994. We have 3 registered and certified Land Surveyors and are registered in Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama, with over 75 years combined experience. Our staff consists of highly qualified and quality committed personnel to perform and fulfill all project requirements. We pride ourselves on the ability to perform on time and in precise detail, while remaining within a company or individual’s budget. Our clients are and will always be kept informed as to the status and progress of their particular project. Erly J. Thornton Jr., back in 1987 was chosen from among 25 Land Surveyors in the United States to be appointed to serve on the National Council of Engineering and Land Surveying Board to aid in the National Exam. Thornton & Associates, Inc. has provided services on numerous Indefinite Delivery Contracts, River Bank Reclamation’s, Metro Public Works projects and The Tennessee Stream Mitigation Program. Thornton & Associates, Inc. are proud to say that we have worked in three different states (TN, KY, & AL) simultaneously, during the month of July 2007. Our Services include:  Topographical Surveys for Roadway / Bridge Projects  Topographical Surveys for Water/Wastewater Systems Design  Boundary and Subdivision Plat planning, Layout & Design (Residential and Commercial)  Drainage Basin Studies / Stormwater Management projects  Construction Staking and Construction Project Observation  Survey and Layout for Recreational Facilities & Convention Centers  Underground Storage Tank Location  Topographic Survey & Control Monumentation for Major Outdoor Sports Complexes  Hydrographic Surveys  Transmission Facility Design Services  Complete Static, RTK GPS & Robotic Capabilities  Survey and Layout for Railroads


FIRM QUALIFICATIONS AND RELEVANT EXPERIENCE Thornton & Associates, Inc. has experience with support for the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, and Thornton & Associates Inc. is also certified with a Section 3, Business Status with the Metropolitan Development and Housing Authority (MDHA).  Land Surveying Services for the proposed Nashville Convention Center, now in progress.  Land Surveying Services for the Vine Hill Home HOPE VI Program Development. The families living in the old complex were relocated and the existing units were demolished. This new project consists of a Gated Community with 74 Duplex Units, a High Rise Apartment, and a Community Center.  Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with Approximately Forty (40) Boundary Surveys and various Subdivision Plats for the Homestead Single Family Housing.  Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with the Woods of Monticello, a 36 lot Single Family Development, Boundary, Topographic, Construction Staking with the Subdivision Plat, Nashville, Davidson County, Tennessee.  Land Surveying Services for the Sam Levy HOPE VI Project, which includes the relocation of the families living in the old complex. The existing units will be demolished and the construction of a 226 Single and Multi-family residences will replace the old units.  Land Surveying Services for the Preston Taylor HOPE VI Project Development, which includes the relocation of the families living in the old complex. The existing units were demolished and Single and Multi-Family residences were built, renovation of Boyd Park, expanded Community Center, possible Assisted Living Facility, and a Lab School Joint Campus at McKissack School.  Land Surveying Services for the John Henry Hale HOPE VI Project Development. This project includes the relocation of the families living in the old complex. The existing units will be demolished and single and Multi-Family residences will be built. Construction Stakeout for the Infrastructure and Building Layout.  Land Surveying Services for MDHA in connection with various Topographical Surveys for drainage and land development projects in Nashville, Tennessee  Construction Stakeout for the Infrastructure at Rolling Mills, a MDHA Project.


Firm Profile    TTL, Inc. is a major provider of geotechnical engineering, materials testing, and environmental site  evaluation services. For over 40 years, TTL, Inc. has served our area by providing construction testing,  environmental assessments and foundation investigations for all types of projects including some of the  largest and most complex engineered works in our region.   TTL’s Nashville office represents one of the  more qualified groups of geotechnical professionals assembled in the area with more than __ years of  combined local experience.   Our efforts have helped shape the Nashville skyline and have lent assurance to  the stability and longevity of much of the city’s constructed environment.   Each person on the TTL team is  dedicated to the concepts of superior customer service and value‐engineering.   We have been privileged to  work for many of the larger companies who have made Nashville their headquarters or who have invested  heavily with development in our region. Typical geotechnical projects include foundation studies for large  structures, investigations of slope stability, treatment of sinkholes and other geologic hazards, preliminary  geotechnical assessments for development property, failure investigations and forensic engineering.   Our  expertise involves the interaction of geology and geomorphology with ground based improvements and  engineered designs.     Relevant Capabilities and Qualifications for this Project    • Extensive experience in evaluating slope stability of soil embankments for dams, levees and  shoreline settings  • Extensive experience within flood plain environments and the geologic setting of the site.  • Experience in environmental assessments and permitting for river sites and waterway  developments   • Locally based company with broad regional and national experience.  • Principals and design professionals with strong ties to the community.  • Principals and design professionals who understand the unique character, history and sensitivities  of the riverfront property and well as the technical challenges associated with its development.   

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elect Sample Project Experience opry mills mall - nashville, tn TTL provided geotechnical engineering and construction materials testing services for the construction of the Opry Mills Mall, located in Nashville, Tennessee. The project included construction of a 1.6 million square foot retail and entertainment complex. The site was previously occupied by the Opryland Theme Park and is located adjacent to and within the flood plain of the Cumberland River. The nearly 1 mile long construction area included surcharge zones and abandoned structures. Subsurface conditions included heterogeneous, compressible alluvial soils, old fill, abandoned shallow and deep foundations, artificial streams and rock outcrops, as well as extensive underground utilities including a critical communication duct bank that remained in-place and in service. The new construction spanned from open flood plain to a levee protected area. The geotechnical investigation included 70 exploratory borings and extensive laboratory testing to evaluate the subsurface conditions. A shallow foundation system was used but portions of the site had to be surcharged to reduce post-construction settlement. Site constraints required relocation of an existing creek through a 90-inch diameter concrete pipe beneath the building and through the levee in two places. Flood control measures were maintained at all times during construction and the final configuration of the levee was actually incorporated into the building. Additional geotechnical aspects included the following: • A composite cantilever/reinforced earth retaining structure adjacent to the river that also served as a portion of the levee wall • The deep detention basin adjacent to the river included seepage and slope stability analyses under flood conditions • Access tunnels were designed to eliminate the accumulation of water to reduce buoyant forces • Reconfiguration of abandoned storm drains into underdrains allowed grading operations to proceed directly on the former parking surface Construction monitoring and testing services included monitoring fill placement, density testing, monitoring surcharge performance, inspection of reinforcing and structural steel, monitoring and testing concrete, floor flatness and levelness measurements (Ff/Fl), review of abandoned building demolition below grade and monitoring of asphalt pavement. An understanding of the complex subsurface conditions was required in order to assign the appropriate laboratory testing and provide the necessary analyses to determine surcharge areas and estimate postconstruction settlement.

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elect Sample Project Experience tennessee titans office & practice facilities - nashville, tn When the Houston Oiler’s NFL franchise moved to Nashville to become the Tennessee Titans, TTL, Inc. was there to review the geotechnical aspects of the construction of their new practice and training facility. A location near the Cumberland River had been selected and previous studies revealed that much of the land had been used as an industrial landfill. Unsuitable materials were known to be present beneath the site, which occupied part of an urbanized flood plain that was protected by an earth levee. For the Titans facility, the selected replacement of deleterious fill, shallow ground water and the potential for settlement of the underlying natural, alluvial soils were significant factors influencing the design and construction. During construction, TTL confirmed the removal of the objectionable fill and monitored the placement and compaction of the new engineered fill used to provide stability and foundation support for the new facilities. Shot rock was used as fill material because its integrity was less affected by moisture and, therefore, it allowed for satisfactory fill construction even in wet weather and in areas subject to high moisture due to ground water. TTL installed several monitoring devices to check for and measure settlement of the fill and buildings during and after construction. TTL’s technical staff monitored and tested concrete placements and checked for proper installation of reinforcing steel. As with all routine construction monitoring projects handled by TTL, the owner and members of the project team were supplied with daily narrative accounts of the construction activities and with test reports designed to check compliance with project specifications. Both surface water and subsurface water had an impact on the design and construction. Dewatering was required for the excavation below the structure and the initial lifts of the site retaining wall had to be constructed in the water. The use of shot rock provided a sound building pad and was easy to work with around the water.

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elect Sample Project Experience montgomery riverwalk stadium - montgomery, al As part of a master plan for downtown development and revitalization, a site adjacent to the new Riverfront Park in the heart of downtown Montgomery was selected for a new baseball stadium to replace the aging Patterson Field on the western edge of downtown. Historical preservation rules required minimal alteration to the existing structures. Additional site restrictions, including a railroad mainline, a major telecommunications facility, and poor subsurface conditions in some areas of the site created several design and construction challenges. In order to meet these challenges, the design team used a variety of foundation types and construction techniques at the site. Foundations varied from shallow footings to structural mats to drilled shafts. Construction techniques included the use of a surcharge on part of the site and geosynthetic grids on other parts to modify the bearing soils. The design team was challenged both by excessive rain early in the construction schedule and by several unanticipated subsurface conditions threatening to exceed the budget for land purchase, design, and construction. The incorporation of the South Wing and Headhouse buildings as components in the stadium demonstrates sustainable design and construction practices. The use of several foundation systems allowed the project to fit within the allotted site and be completed one week ahead of schedule on April 9, 2004, resulting in the cost of the project matching the $26.5 million budget. The Montgomery Riverwalk Stadium is a fine example of how the reuse of historic buildings can yield great benefits to a community and is a model of ingenuity for future engineering projects.

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MISSION STATEMENT Resource conservation through research, education and planning Wilmot Inc. specializes in waste prevention, green building, and construction and demolition debris management. We strive to implement common sense, cost-effective source reduction and recycling technologies that meet the individual needs of each client.

FIRM PROFILE Wilmot, Inc, a woman-owned small business, supports sustainable companies and buildings. We provide waste prevention and green building consulting to clients looking for innovative methods of achieving higher performance buildings. In association with a wide network of industry professionals, Wilmot, Inc. employs practical solutions to minimize waste and boost energy, health, and profits.

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Wilmot has led recycling, recycled content and green building design efforts for the following projects. Our performance on these projects met or exceeded achievement levels required by the LEED Rating Systems without exceeding project financial or time budgets. Our involvement often introduces savings to projects. 

Titans Stadium: recycled 80,000 tons of construction and demolition debris of which 60,000 tons were reused in its construction; saved project $500,000.

Commerce Union Bank: recycled 95% of debris that left project site, exceeded project team expectations by 25% within original budget.

5th & Main: Increased original scope of recycled materials to achieve 89% of all debris generated. Introduced beneficial reuse of gypsum wallboard as soil amendment to area farmers.

Music City Center: Proposing recycling and reuse strategies to save project ~$1.5M and exceed expected LEED credits.

3654 Knollwood Road, Nashville, TN 37215 • p. 615. 385. 1220 • f. 615. 346. 0142 • www.wilmotinc.com • g o g r e e n @ w i l m o t i n c . c o m


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With Phase One of the Master Plan, including the critically important Adventure Play Park, accepted by the community and adopted by the new Dean Administration, it now requires a strategic ‘Business Plan’ to progress to the next logical phase of development. The features and benefits of the business plan created for the Nashville Riverfront are;

• It is comprehensive because it is based upon an intimate knowledge of the site and the stakeholders from the previous Concept Plan study – so the probability of a very successful outcome is greater, • It includes mechanisms to manage the potential risks of unknown information that may present itself during the field work – so the workflow can continue while adjusting to new conditions or new opportunities, • It enables the schematic design of the entire site to run concurrently with the design development and contract documentation of the Adventure Playground – so the project can break ground next year and be the first of many projects to follow, • It proposes regular project meetings in Nashville once a month – so that progress can be measured and management adapted, • It proposes to complete the documentation and permitting of the Adventure Playground within 8 months from notice to proceed – so the review time for the permit will not hold up subsequent implementation projects.


CORE GROUP SCOPE Project Lead – the integration of all the various aspects of the project from cultural, to economic to environmental with the unique nature of the site is needed. The “big picture” is important not only to ensure coordination of all the disciplines, stakeholders and agencies but also because the end user will experience the completed site as one place. The “big picture” will also enable the phased implementation of projects like a jig-saw puzzle enabling all the parts to fit together. The Project Lead-- will also handle the cost estimate. Architecture – the Phase One of the Master Plan calls for piers, overlooks and pavilions that must relate to their unique Nashville surroundings. All of these elements that interconnect with the river must also address the extreme fluctuations of the water level – a worthy design challenge for our team of creative minds. The architect will focus in on what the program is for the buildings and structures to develop an overall look and feel for them in relation to their unique Nashville context. Once the “family” of structures is developed the NABRICO Building’s interconnectivity to the other Riverfront Park elements will be developed further. The architect will also handle code compliance. Landscape Architecture – the riverfront has many landscape typologies that need developing. There are the riparian river banks subject to erosion and flooding, the higher flood plain area subject to intense use by people and the Urban Forest subject to vehicle use. Public Participation – in the wake of the Plan of Nashville, the Concept Plan attracted a wide audience of the general public and also specific user groups like boaters. For the plan to succeed these same people and then new people need to participate in a meaningful way at several key points of the design process. Marine Engineering – structures in or on the water need to take in forces that are different to normal structures. An understanding of flooding, sedimentation, settlement, piling and vessel navigation is necessary. The use of hydrological computer models to demonstrate “no-rise” flood impact for the entire project is also needed. The Marine Engineer and Design Lead will handle the USCAE permit applications with significant input by the local project team engineers.

FIELD GROUP SCOPE Hydrographic/Sonar – while the USACE has bathometry for the river bottom we propose to undertake supplementary hydrographic and sonar survey to identify any obstructions to navigation and/or dredging and to identify any potential sunken vessels or structures of a cultural resource interest. The river bottom data will be compared to the data used in the flood modeling. Cultural Resource Survey – with adjacent listed historic districts, eligible structures, early settlement and the rich Native American History, an assessment of cultural resources and any potential impacts will be necessary for the design processes, USACE permit and SHPO jurisdiction. Topographic Survey – although some areas have been surveyed before, the existing data is an incomplete patchwork done in different years to different datum. We propose that a new topographic survey be completed for the entire project area to serve as a baseline for design and future construction. We have already issued a detailed subconsultant RFP for this work. Ecological Survey – although a disturbed urban location, the site needs to be checked for any endangered species and/ or federally defined wetlands. Ecology is also important to mitigate any adverse impacts in a way that is integral to the design. Geotechnical Investigation – while not strictly required for schematic design or permitting it is important to understand the nature of the substrate in critical locations where structures or steep slopes are proposed. This is really bringing


more expensive fieldwork up sooner into the design process to ensure feasibility is tested and the estimate reliable. We have already issued a detailed subconsultant RFP for this work which includes both borings on land as well as in the river.

SUPPORT GROUP SCOPE Remediation Engineering – the site has had an initial screening by an un-yet published EPA/USACE/TDEC investigation. The area of most concern is probably limited to the east bank adjacent the Korean Veterans Bridge. If the State or Metro determines the need for a remedial action plan in this area then we have allowed for it. Stormwater Engineering – as a riverfront project the quality of the water entering the river is very important. We will ensure that water quality is improved whether it is in a landscape, in a pipe, on a road or even in a parking lot. The use of hydrologic models to show pollutant removal rates need to be developed to inform the design. Sustainability – besides the obvious LEED standards for park buildings, the design should also look at developing sustainability targets to conserve resources, reduce waste and emissions for the construction and operation of the park as a whole. Traffic Engineering – the modifications of bridges to improve the pedestrian and bicycle experience is needed. This needs to be balanced against the needs of vehicles and traffic flow. Any modification to existing parking lots will also need a strong understanding of traffic flows for weekdays, weekends and special events. Lighting Design – the design of the night time experience is so important for riverfronts to ensure safe pedestrian activity but also to enhance the reflections of the city and the bridges on the water. Downtowns have a lot of spillover light so light measurements of existing light levels in the parks, on the roads and on the bridges will be taken to assess additional needs. Waterfeature Design – the Concept Plan features two features. One is integrated into the playground and the other is a large fountain in the river. A particular knowledge of water and its effects are needed to ensure a solution that works and is maintainable in a sustainable way. Mechanical , Electrical & Plumbing – as the park program develops, systems to supply essential utilities will need to be integrated with the architecture and landscape architecture not only for buildings but also for plug-and-play event nodes. Structural Engineer – as the park pavilions and piers develop, structural systems need to inform the design to ensure feasibility and an integrated solution. The intent is that the structural systems will be expressed rather than masked. Graphic Design/Multimedia Consultant – A “wayfinding consultant”- in the traditional sense- is probably too narrow of a role for a cutting edge riverfront. So, we’ve brought aboard a multi-media design partner to work with the rest of the project team of designers and engineers to enrich the riverfront experience, through a variety of possible platforms – real and/or virtual kiosks, interactive media/mobile technology, graphic design/identity, etc. In short, we’re looking to experiment with the possibilities of what “wayfinding” and “interpretation” can mean for Nashville.

DETAILED SCOPE OF SERVICES This professional service scope of work is provided to aid Nashville’s leadership in achieving their Downtown Riverfront goals—the next major steps toward vital East and West Bank improvements to the Cumberland River within the city’s inner loop. These services are provided in an orderly sequence of phases, which together make up a full scope of work. Included are Field Services and Schematic Design Services for all of identified Phase One Scope, as well as, Final Design Services for the Adventure Play Park. The Schematic Design Services and Field Services are inextricably linked as one has to inform the other. Given the constraints of time and limited resources, only those phases requested by the client are included in this detailed scope.


1. PROGRAM MANAGEMENT SUPPORT PHASE -New Riverfront Park Plan A. Objectives: • Verify and refine the requirements from the approved Phase One scope of work into the elements of program, schedule and budget, • Co-ordinate the management of the Phase One scope so that it is consistent with the approved master plan, • Allocate resources and set priorities between individual projects, • Communicate the master program in a way that assists the client in making value-based decisions, • Set parameters to target field investigations and studies for individual projects, • Set parameters for individual project design prior to the production of alternatives, • Track Schematic Design refinements of the Phase One scope for conformance with the Master Plan, • Identify codes, zoning, life safety, ADA issues that may need to be address in future development of projects, • Monitor Opinions of Probable Construction Cost with identified Capital Budget allocations for the scope of work • Continue to identify supporting alternative funding sources as they may arise during the approved work, Information Needed to Start: local participation targets, budget priorities and forecast cash flow for the project. Potential Uncertainties & Risks: owner has limited funding available and not all projects can be implemented in the short term, field work is too general or becomes a “science project” in its own right. Additional Services Not Included: Concept Plan updates.

B. Process: Intent: focus on the big picture of the Phase One Master Plan scope improvements for the citizens of Nashville – maintain the design intent, coordinate the design refinement efforts among all participants in the process, prioritize and direct.

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C. Package Intent: Record the master schedule, cost and program at the district scale. Graphic convention: As appropriate. Audience target: Highest level of owners.

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2. INITIAL FIELD SURVEY, INVESTIGATION & ASSESSMENT PHASE(FIELDWORK- New Riverfront Park Plan A. Objectives: The primary objectives of the Initial Field Services are to: • Provide more detailed site information than previous phases, • Inform the design as it evolves, • Inform the permit application strategy, • Support permit applications, • Reduce the risks of construction changes due to unknown field conditions. Information Needed to Start: copies of old city sewer/storm water maps, copies of old bridge drawings, results from City held tests on creeks and storm drain outlets to the river. Potential Uncertainties & Risks: owners not giving permission to enter and survey properties, interrupted workflow necessitating remobilization time & costs, lake levels too high necessitating later remobilization time & costs, archeological “features” and/or environmental “areas of concern ” previously unknown. Additional Services Not Included: phase II environmental assessments, phase II archeological assessments, underwater / aquatic resource assessments, underground utilities not visible by surface appurtenances or by One Call paint markings.

B. Process: Intent: focus on targeting site investigations - observe, measure, record and interpret.

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C. Package Intent: Inform the design process and permit application process. Graphic convention: In a format to be of use throughout the design and construction process. Audience target: Designers, permitting agencies and contractors.

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3. SCHEMATIC DESIGN-New Riverfront Park Plan A. Objectives: This phase is critical for refining the approved phase one master plan design intent, but still schematically at the scale of the whole project site on both banks of the Cumberland River as illustrated in Exhibit A of the RFQ. Concurrently, the Adventure Play Park will proceed from its approved schematic design through Design Development, Construction Documentation, Bidding and Construction Administration at the scale of components and/or subsystems. The primary objectives of the Schematic Design Phase are to: • Verify and refine program requirements from previous design phases, • Update relevant information and understanding, • Inform field service work, • Create and explore the most promising alternative design solutions, • Arrive at a clear, feasible design for the project site as whole and its dependant sub-components, • Communicate the design in a way that assists the client in making value-based decisions, • Set expectations and directions for subsequent design phases. Information Needed to Start: City design standards / guidelines / codes, recent bid unit prices on other similar projects, GIS/CAD standards (if required). Potential Uncertainties & Risks: making assumptions in the absence of late or unavailable information to complete the phase in time, tolerance of the creative process, the possibility of discovering an extremely valuable idea beyond the level of effort implicit in the scope of work, getting stuck in “analysis paralysis”, decision maker’s state of mind and absentee decision makers. Additional Services Not Included: comparative analysis beyond 3 alternatives, re-presenting, physical presentation models, 3D presentation models & animations, LEED certification, energy analysis, life cycle assessment

B. Process: Beginning intent: To diverge, scan, engage, immerse, understand, observe, question, ask, listen, learn, extract and establish. The beginning focuses more on the current state than the future state. Middle intent: To speculate, imagine, create, explore, study, innovate, discover, reflect and update. The middle focuses more on the processes of change and the alternative transformations of the place. End intent: To converge, consolidate, refine, evaluate, compare, judge, decide and act. The end of the phase focuses more on the preferred future state than the current state.


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C. Package Intent: Record the design intent at the whole of the project site scale as a complete system. Graphic convention: Illustrative/emotive look & feel of spaces. Audience target: Highest level of owners, the general public and the press/media. drawings

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site interpretation plan site events plan river edge sections structure floor & roof plan structure sections/elevations in-house views professional rendered views Basis of Design Opinion of Cost Field trial report Advanced tree report 3D study models 3D rendered models 3D animation in- house study models professional models

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illustrative, property boundary & easements, setbacks illustrative diagram of processes for each landscape typology designation of subprojects & phases existing features & trees preserved, reused, demolished existing & proposed 1 foot contours, flood lines, cut & fill line, ADA access existing & proposed paving, furniture, walls, signage existing trees, irrigated area, planting types palette light effects, light types, computer analysis of typologies typical street profiles, signals, intersections, utilities & trees, land acquisition vessel characteristics & maneuvering existing & proposed drainage, detention, o/h & underground power, water, sewer, fire, communication, duct bank guidelines, computer analysis of typologies public art, historic interpretation strategy program layout of temporary events existing & proposed grades, flood lines, treatment buildings & piers buildings & piers

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nts nts letter letter letter letter

5 total not included intent, program, schedule, phasing, next steps for budgeting purposes scope of work for field trials/research if required scope of work for purchasing trees if required at the consultant’s option not included not included at the consultant’s option not included 1 of final 5 of final bound 5 of final bound


4. PERMIT APPLICATION PHASE- New Riverfront Park Plan A. Objectives: The primary objectives of the Permit Application Phase are to assist the client in: • Defining which State & Federal permits require long lead times, • Determine who the lead agencies are and what their fees are, • Formulate a permitting strategy, • Coordinate with the agencies, • Coordinate Field Services for supporting documentation to applications, • Inform the evolving design, • Complete application forms and supporting documentation. This phase is critical for expediting the implementation of projects within the 1 in 100 yr flood plain that potentially impact water quality, flooding, navigation, cultural or ecological resources. Without these approvals, projects can not be built. The applications must represent the maximum possible impacts of the design as only minor revisions to either the application and/or the permit are possible after the submittal. Anticipated approval agencies include the following, • USACE United States Army Corps of Engineers • USCG United States Coast Guard • FWS United States Fish & Wildlife Service • FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency • SHPO State Historic Preservation Office • TDEC Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation. Information Needed to Start: who the “applicant” shall be, list of permits applied for in the last 5 years. Potential Uncertainties & Risks: agency’s determination of “area of potential effect” could extend beyond project boundaries, the extent of public comments and/or objections is unpredictable, agency processing time is not guaranteed, and agencies may impose non-standard conditions of approval requiring design changes. Additional Services Not Included: detailed negotiations, requests for more supporting information while agencies review applications, Memoranda of Agreements regarding cultural resources and permit fees.

B. Process: Intent: Focus on compliance – consult, coordinate, translate and mediate. inputs from client organize notice to proceed confirm dates > 14 days prior send notice & book venue send notice and book venue

know existing floddplain model

innovate consent letters from owners who wish to participate organize letters of support

produce feedback on draft in < 2 weeks present # working visits:

# of presenations within visits:

tasks by consultant

outputs from consultant

manage project design schedule visit and meetings meet project steeering group

teamwork plan & schedule agenda and minutes scope of work for RFP

meet agency group for pre-app meetings determine if hydrology/hydraulic modeling is needed determine if hydrology/hydraulic model is adequate determine plant strategy conduct modeling analysis collate supporting documents revise package

1 per 2 months 1 to oversight committee

advise if unsuitable request for information advise if unobtainable workshop graphic materials, consensus issues summary draft package final package as required, identify future scope supplemental field work


C. Package Intent: Comply with agency requirements for complete applications. Graphic convention: As dictated by the agencies. Audience target: State & Federal permitting/regulatory branches. documents

size

showing

application forms supporting drawings supporting reports

letter letter letter letter

draft standard agency forms location, key, site plans, grading plans, typ. sections phase 1 archeological, ecological report

cover letters application forms supporting drawings supporting reports

letter letter letter

conditional letter of map revision CLOMR standard agency forms location, key, site plans, grading plans, typ. sections

letter

computer model output, flood profiles

1 of draft 5 of draft unbound 0 of draft

1 of final 5 of final bound 0 of final

joint permit cover letters

FEMA review

# digital copies # full size paper copies # half size paper copies


Detailed Project Schedule- New Riverfront Park Plan (see next page for detail view of Adventure Playground)

2010 quarter 1

O Program Management Program Definition Meetings Kickoff Program Update Public Review Program Update Public Review Program Update Program Recommendations Pre-Bid Meeting Award and NTP Construction Meetings Field Work Topo Boundary and Utility Survey Hydrographic Survey Geotechnical Survey Ecological Survey Archaeological Survey Schematic Design SD Core Group SD Core Group and Support Group Estimate-Draft Estimate- Final USACE ARAP/404 Permit Application Informal Meeting FEMA Modeling Pre-App Meetings Application Review and Approval Local and State Agency Pre-permitting TDEC/ NPDES TDEC/ Brownfield Metro Stormwater Adventure Playground Programming Field Work DD CD Permitting Bid and Award Construction

N

D

J

quarter 2

F

M

A

quarte

M

J

J


2011 quarter 3

J

quarter 4

A

S

O

2012

quarter 1

N

D

J

quarter 2

F

M

A

quarter 3

M

J

J

quarter 4

A

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Detailed Project Schedule- Adventure Playground

2010 quarter 1

Council and MDHA Board Updates/ Public Meetings Cost Assessment Programming Updates Project Design Design Development Submittal Receive DD Comments Construction Document Submittal Receive CD Comments Permitting Metro Stormwater Submit for Stormwater Variance Receive Variance Approval Submit Floodway Encroachment Analysis Submit CDâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s for Approval Receive Stormwater Approval TDEC/NPDES for Construction ARAP/Section 404 Individual Permit Concurrence/Authorization SHPO Archeaelogy Ecological T&E Floodway Encroachment Analysis Section 10 Permit Review and Approval Public Hearing Process (if required) Brownfield/TDEC Remedial Work Plan Site Soil characterization update Sediment Sampling Remedial Design (as required) Review/Approval Other Local Permits Miscellaneous Approvals and Coordination Bidding and Award Advertise for Bids Pre-bid Meeting Open Bids Evaluation adn Recommendation of Award Award Contract (MDHA Board) Mobilization Revise TDEC NPDES NOI Erosion Controland Grading Permit Construction Begin Construction Substantial Completion Ribbon Cuitting Ceremony

O

N

D

J

quarter 2

F

M

A

quarter 3

M

J

J

A

S


2011 arter 3

quarter 4

A

S

O

2012

quarter 1

N

D

J

quarter 2

F

M

A

quarter 3

M

J

J

quarter 4

A

S

O

N

J

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references nashville riverfront

John Hopkins Project Sponsor Parklands and Public Realm Olympic Delivery Authority 23rd Floor, One Churchill Place London E14 5LN John.Hopkins@london2012.com Direct line: +44 (0) 203 023 6075

Shain Dennison Greenways Director, Metro Parks & Recreation Nashville, TN shain.dennison@nashville.gov (615) 862-8400

David Karem Executive Director Louisville Waterfront Development Corporation david.karem@louisvilleky.gov (502) 574-3768

LA8302 futurePRACTICE_NRF Proposal  

Nashville Riverfront RFQ submittal For educational purposes only; not for download.

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