Waterfronts around the country have been evolving to meet changing lifestyles and needs. These redevelopment projects, however, are often designed independently, due to the differences in the pace at which public entities and private developers typically work. In a session titled “Improving Partnerships for Resilient Waterfronts,” NBBJ principal Alan Mountjoy and other industry experts will illustrate with current projects, including NBBJ’s Red Hook Innovation Studios, to highlight the methodologies and processes that facilitate closer collaboration in a public-private partnership.
Create. Innovate. Redefine.
Red Hook Innovation Studios
Brooklyn, NY, USA
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