CEQA Design Roundtable: Case Examples in Project Review

Start Date
05/19/2018
End Date
05/19/2018
Description
Developing appropriate responses in historic rehabilitation or new construction projects requires involvement in design process. Design challenges arise from architects, advocates and compliance reviewers perspectives. These involvements in CEQA resource reviews often changes the design approach. Case-study examples will demonstrate different preservation design issues, drawing from historical and modern- era precedents. Examples will include additions to historical structures, facade alterations, new "ground-up" construction compatibility in historic contexts, and historic landscapes interaction. A panel of distinguished project reviewers representative of state and local agencies and advocacy groups will discuss proposed projects. Interactive discussions with audience and panelists are typically lively.
Location
Palo Alto, CA
Distance Learning
No
Course Equivalency
No
Subjects
Project Management
Health, Safety and Welfare
No
Hours
1.25
Learning Outcomes
Increased knowledge and appreciation of stakeholder and public participation in proposed historical design projects

Greater awareness of potential preservation design solutions and the review process

Examples of what makes a compatible design, compatible

Better understanding of the Standards' review process and success in CEQA review
Instructors
Taylor Louden; Sally Zarnowitz; Sean de Courcy; William Burg; Andrew Wolfram
Website Registration
Course Codes
2018CEQADESIGN
Provider
California Preservation Foundation


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