Highlight: AIA Regional Recovery Working Group Workshop – March 31
Attend a workshop geared for stakeholders in the region working in coastal communities at all scales of rebuilding and planning! On March 31, the American Institute of Architects (AIA) will be hosting an event at the New York Institute of Technology Old Westbury Campus, de Seversky Mansion. Regional Program Coordinator, Brian Baer will be speaking in a morning session about our Hurricane Sandy Program, specifically focusing on the Sandy Design Help Desk events held with community partners in the Rockaways and Red Hook.
This workshop is the second of its kind, following the first workshop that was held on July 9, 2013 in Newark, New Jersey highlighting urban issues faced across the region. Come listen to Brian and others at this free event! Spots have been filled, but put your name on the waitlist to attend now!
Learn more about the Hurricane Sandy Design Help Desk the Rockaways and Red Hook, and see images from these events below.
|A walk-in client discusses her needs with a volunteer at the Rockaways Design Help Desk held from October 7-12, 2013||Volunteer architects working with clients at the Red Hook Design Help Desk held from February 8-10, 2014||A Resilient Design Workshop preceded the Red Hook Design Help Desk event where architects and former city planners presented their resilient design work with participants|
Restore the Shore
ReNew Schools: Toms River High School North
ReNew Schools: Washington School
ReNew Schools: Memorial School
- Rebuild by Design Public Presentations – April 3 Join Rebuild by Design for the unveiling of innovative design proposals to rebuild communities across the Hurricane Sandy affected region.
- MAS NYC Livable Neighborhoods Training – April 5 Learn about how to make positive transformations in your neighborhood!
- MAS NYC Jane’s Walk – May 3-4 Regional Program Coordinator, Brian Baer will be hosting a walk during MAS NYC’s Jane’s Walk Event. Look forward to more information to come.
|Project Name||Project Stage||% Stage Complete|
|Restore the Shore||Schematic Design||25%|
|ReNew Schools: Washington School, Little Ferry||Construction Documents||90%|
|ReNew Schools: Toms River High School North, Toms River||Construction Documents||90%|
|ReNew Schools: Memorial School, Union Beach||Site Investigation||10%|
In the closing days of October 2012, Hurricane Sandy carved a path through the Caribbean before moving up the Atlantic and turning inland at New Jersey, striking many coastal towns. The storm moved north and created a storm surge that devastated the New York/New Jersey Metro area. The event caused major damage and loss of life.