Design, Construction, Occupancy, Repeat: The High Line's Fifteen Years of Development - 1.25 PDH (LA CES/HSW)
Recorded On: 10/29/2023
Looking at the High Line's last fifteen years offers an exploration of best practices in design, construction, maintenance, and operations. Learn how to build a governance structure for planning and construction, how to adjust your site post-occupancy, and how to measure the impact programming plays on the site's infrastructure.
- Understand the team composition of a complex public-private partnership and the team's roles during design, construction, and operations post-occupancy.
- Learn how to implement lessons and optimize design details throughout phased construction and implementation of a project over more than 15 years.
- Learn how to incorporate infrastructure to support programming and events post-occupancy.
- Understand various procurement methods and how they can ensure successful implementation of unique and innovative design ideas.
Isabel Castilla, ASLA
Isabel is an associate partner at Field Operations where she has been practicing landscape architecture for over 15 years. She is also the landscape architect member of the New York City Public Design Commission. Her work concentrates on large-scale, transformative public realm projects with extensive community engagement and complex multi-agency approvals. She has led the design and implementation of notable projects including various phases of New York’s High Line; Dallas’ West End Square; the renovation of the historic Lincoln Road District in Miami Beach; and the master plan and implementation of various phases of The Underline in Miami.
Patrick Hazari, AIA
Senior Director of Planning, Design & Construction
Friends of the High Line
Patrick Hazari is the Senior Director of Planning, Design & Construction at Friends of the High Line. Over his 15-year tenure at FHL, he has played a critical role in defining and leading the advocacy, planning, design, construction, and operations of the High Line. Patrick holds a Bachelor of Architecture degree from the University of Tennessee, and is a licensed architect in the state of New York. Patrick’s work has been published in Decoration: 306090, Volume 10 (Princeton Architectural Press, 2006), and he has been an invited critic at the University of Tennessee, PennDesign, and Roger Williams University.
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