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Awards banquet will celebrate the outstanding people and organizations who elevate planning in Saint Louis.
June Luncheon 2020 via Zoom
Topic: The Brickline Greenway
Brickline Greenway is a planned open space, bicycle and pedestrian network in the heart of St. Louis linking Forest Park, Fairground Park, Tower Grove Park and Gateway Arch National Park. Originally envisioned in the late 1990s as an east-west linear park, the concept has evolved to reach far north and south into numerous city neighborhoods. Brickline Greenway will transform St. Louis by connecting the city’s most treasured places—vibrant neighborhoods, parks, business and arts districts, employment centers, transit hubs, and dozens of cultural and educational institutions—to create inspiring experiences and equitable opportunities for growth.
Neil Eisenberger, Principal - The Lamar Johnson Collaborative
Mark Vogl, AICP - Project Manager, Planning - Great Rivers Greenway
During this session, participants will learn about the planning and design process for Brickline Greenway, specifically these three objectives:
1. How the planned Brickline Greenway multimodal transportation system will connect existing neighborhoods and employment centers with non-vehicular transportation options;
2. How GRG and its consulting team have used innovative and inclusive community engagement to shape the physical and organizational structure of the planned Brickline Greenway; and
3. How the planned Brickline Greenway will be a catalyst for economic development and neighborhood revitalization for a significant portion of the City of St. Louis.
Date and time:
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
12:00 pm - 1:00 PM.
Via zoom here:
Meeting ID: 988 4996 0923
The meeting is password protected! The password will be given via email to membership. If you need the password to get in, please email SLMS communications chair John Cruz at email@example.com
About the Speakers
Neil Eisenberger, Principal – The Lamar Johnson Collaborative, St. Louis, MO
Neil Eisenberger is an award winning registered Landscape Architect who has more than 25 years of professional experience leading, and delivering on a variety of project scales. Neil has designed and implemented projects on 5 continents and worked in more than 17 countries around the globe, projects such as, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology in Thuwal, Saudi Arabia, Capital Market Authority Tower in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, KHED Special Economic Zone in Pune, India, Exxon Mobil Headquarters and Olympia Community in Sakhalin Island, Russia, and Villagio II in Accra, Ghana.
As a Principal and Senior Project Manager at The Lamar Johnson Collaborative (LJC) in St. Louis Neil has taken that global knowledge and applied it locally by solving critical design issues in the St. Louis Region. Recently Neil and the team from LJC led the planning and urban design effort for the new St. Louis North Riverfront Redevelopment and Open Space Plan, a site that is directly north of the Arch Grounds. Currently Neil is managing the LJC team on the Brickline Greenway Project.
Neil is also a
member of the American Society of Landscape Architects as well as a
member of the University of Arkansas, Fay Jones School of Architecture
Professional Advisory Board. As a member of the Board Neil helps to
share professional knowledge with other professionals as well as faculty
and staff and shape the future of the profession.
Mark Vogl, AICP, Project Manager, Planning – Great Rivers Greenway District, St. Louis, MO
Mark Vogl is a project manager for planning at Great Rivers Greenway and has a background in landscape architecture and urban planning. Mark is responsible for overseeing the planning and design of greenway projects throughout Great Rivers Greenway’s three-county area. Prior to joining the district in 2013, Mark spent nearly twenty years with the HOK Planning Group and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama. He studied Architecture and Urban Design at Washington University and received a Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Kansas State University.