Visions for a Sustainable City:
Owings Mills, MD

Project Schedule and Participants

Project Schedule:

Summer 1994------Assembly and digitizing of base site information

Summer/Fall 1994------Development of computer models

Feb. 27 - March 1, 1995------Design charrette, Baltimore Co., Maryland

Spring 1995------Revision and development of design proposals

May 5, 1995------Final review/presentation of design proposals

Summer 1995------Production of final design documentation and report

List of Participants:

Michael A. Stern; Project Director, Assistant Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Virginia. Responsible for overall project coordination and organization, integration of urban and landscape design issues, development of computer modeling and assessment.

Jack Dillon, Senior Planner, Baltimore County Department of Planning and Zoning. Mr. Dillon has been the planner responsible for the Owings Mills growth area since its early planning stages. He is key contact and organizer coordinating the participation of the Baltimore County planning office and other local interests.

Neal Payton, Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Planning, The Catholic University of America. Coordinator of the design charrette, Mr. Payton has considerable experience in research and practice related to issues of the planning and design of new suburban communities and the neo-traditional town planning movement.

David Fields, Former Director, Baltimore County Department of Planning and Zoning

Rocky Powell, Baltimore County Department of Environmental Planning and Management

Terry MacHamer, McDonogh Land Resources Land developer of McDonogh Corporate Campus

Terry Rubenstein, New Town Development Company Land developer of Owings Mills New Town

John Johnson, Rouse Company Representing Owings Mills Town Center shopping mall

Joel Manfredo, Rouse Company Representing Rouse office development group

Paul Dombrowski, Mass Transit Administration Representing land development interests of the MTA

Students enrolled in urban design studios at University of Virginia and Catholic University.

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