Baylands Community Forum Series
In response to ongoing community interest relating to future development of the Baylands, UPC has sponsored a series of Community Forums.
The intent is simple: Bring regionally and nationally recognized experts to Brisbane to share their project based experience in areas that the Brisbane Community cares deeply about. The program of each forum will include a presentation followed first by a customary round of Q&A, after which participants and speakers are invited to an informal sharing of thoughts and ideas over wine, beverages and light snacks.
Previous Baylands Community Forums
Recycling Water: A Systems Approach to Sustainability at the Baylands
September 29, 2010
Speakers: Mike Ogden, Natural Systems Int’l; Bill Faisst, Brown & Caldwell
Ecology and Public Art: Interpreting the Baylands
October 26, 2010
Speakers: Beth Grossman, Artist & Brisbane Resident; Terri Cohn, SF Art Institute
Views and Values: Impacts of the Baylands
November 11, 2010
Economic Development: Clean Technology at Work for the Baylands
November 30, 2010
Speakers: Melinda Richter, Prescience
The Future of the Baylands: What it means for Brisbane
December 14, 2010
Speakers: Mark Mosher, BMWL; Mary Hashem, Brownfield Partners; Jonathan Scharfman, UPC
Regenerating the Biodiversity of the Baylands
What's an F.A.R.? Urban Design and Density at the Baylands
November 10, 2009 - View Video (1 hr, 13 min): Small (116 MB)
Net Zero Buildings: Case Studies and Design Implications for the Baylands
Parks and Public Space Design and Management: Critical Factors for a Successful Baylands Project
Local Brownfield Redevelopment in Practice: Mission Bay Case Study
Sustainability Frameworks and Quantifying Greenhouse Gas Emissions: Implications for the Baylands
Southern Pacific Railyards at the Baylands: The Preservation, and Restoration of the Railroad History
September 27, 2011
A Livable Baylands: The Role of Transportation, Walking and Biking
October 25, 2011
A Stable Future for the Baylands: Dealing with Soil Settlement
November 15, 2011
The Baylands Role in the Growing Region
December 20, 2011
To contact us with questions and comments about the Baylands, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Baylands Bus Tour
UPC is pleased to present three bus tours of the Baylands. These 2-hour tours will take you to sites currently off limits to the public. Space is limited.
Learn about the history, clean-up regulatory process and future plans for the Baylands!
To sign up or for more info on Bus Tours:
(415) 468-6676 x121