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Kennedy Greened: A Streetscape Planned, Designed, and Now Built! - 1.5 PDH (LA CES/HSW)

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Students: $0.00


Five years ago, we introduced the concept design for the NW Kennedy Green Street, DC Water’s pilot green infrastructure streetscape project. This two-block commercial green street has now been constructed. A landscape architecture firm, engineering firm, and water utility authority will reflect on the design/construction lessons learned for this showcase project.

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Learning Objectives:
  • Learn about the innovative green infrastructure design solutions implemented along the NW Kennedy Green Street project, including overcoming the obstacles to get these elements approved and built.
  • Understand the project’s stormwater management performance, from pre-construction to post-construction continuous flow monitoring, and how this performance relates to the larger DC Water Clean River Project goals.
  • Discover the lessons learned within the concept design, final design, construction administration, and post-construction phases of the project.
  • Learn how the NW Kennedy Green Street project helps provide multiple benefits beyond stormwater management and creates a truly complete street.


  • Kevin R. Perry, FASLA, Principal, Urban Rain Design, Inc.
  • Nicole Holmes, Affil. ASLA, LEED AP, PE, Senior Project Manager - Green Infrastructure Planning, Nitsch Engineering
  • Seth Charde, LEED AP, Green Infrastructure Manager, DC Water


  • 1.50 - PDH

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