David Gamble is participating in an American Trails Webinar: Leveraging People and Places: Trails as Economic Development on June 28th at 1pm EST. Additional presenters include Kristin Booker (Booker Design Collaborative) and Chris Schmeising (City of Piqua, OH).
Philipp Maué of Gamble Associates contributed “Safe Harbor” – an cross-sectional graphic on the competing uses of the Boston harbor – to the Spring 2018 issue of ArchitectureBoston magazine. For more information, please visit https://www.architects.org/architectureboston/articles/reinvention
David Gamble will be joining Thomas P. Glynn, PhD, Massport CEO, and Renée Loth, editor, ArchitectureBoston magazine, for Pier Review, an important conversation on the future of Boston’s working waterfront on March 28, 2018. The event is co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Port Authority and the Boston Society of Architects/AIA. Additional panelists include Dan Adams (Landing Studio, Northeastern University School of Architecture) and Jill Valdes Horwood (Boston Harbor Now). For more information, visit https://www.architects.org/programs-and-events/pier-review-0
Brian Gregory of Gamble Associates and Josh Fiala of MAPC have initiated a new committee within the Boston Society of Architects, the INFRA\TECTURE Committee, focusing on the intersection of design, transportation and infrastructure. The inaugural session, hosted in April, explored the implications of the Boston Harbor Barrier as a regional-scale solution to the threat of rising sea levels. The May session, which included former Massachusetts Governor Michael Dukakis, focused on the North-South Rail Link, which seeks to connect Boston’s North and South Stations and create a regional rail network. Click here for more information on the committee and upcoming events.
Brian Gregory of Gamble Associates will be leading a session at the Southern New England American Planning Association (SNEAPA) 2016 Conference in Worcester, MA on October 20 – 21, 2016. “Sympathetic Systems: Multi-modal transit networks for the 21st century” will investigate the existing and potential synergies occurring between different modalities such as biking, public transit, and car-sharing, and analyze how consciously designing and incorporating transit hubs into the urban fabric can create more equitable and sustainable cities. Speakers include Alice Brown of Go Boston 2030, Lisa Jacobson of the Barr Foundation, and Amber Christoffersen of the Mystic River Association. For more information on the SNEAPA 2016 Conference, please visit http://www.sneapa.org/