Designing for a Resilient Future

Waterfront Alliance WEDG® Webinar

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BP Perspective-Waterfront Promenade · Designing for a Resilient Future
Ana Gonzalez
15 May 2020 Research, News

The need for equitable investment in resilient waterfront communities has never been greater. That’s why the Waterfront Alliance is pleased to announce that Bronx Point is the first affordable housing project to achieve verification in the national version of its WEDG® (Waterfront Edge Design Guidelines).

Join us as we make this announcement in our upcoming webinar, Designing for a Resilient Future through WEDG, on May 19.

In addition to learning how WEDG is changing the way we design waterfronts to account for sea level rise and other climate risks, participants will get to hear first-hand from the Bronx Point developers, landscape architects, and engineering team, on how they used WEDG to navigate the complexity of waterfront projects to drive better outcomes for the community.


Date And Time

Tuesday, May 19th, 2020

2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST



Sarah Dougherty, Program Manager, Waterfront Alliance

Annie Tirschwell, Partner, Type A Projects

Josue Sanchez, Senior Director – Development, L+M Development Partners

Yadiel Rivera-Diaz, Architectural & Landscape Designer, Marvel Architects

Kenneth Huber, Senior Project Manager, Langan

Pete Malinowski, Executive Director of Billion Oyster Project



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