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    • Development Proposals for Three Targeted Sites in Salem, Oregon 

      Braseth, Mark; Larco, Nico; Schlossberg, Marc (University of Oregon, 2010)
      Students in a combined Architecture and Planning class called City Growth/ City Design were asked to create development proposals for three sites located in urban renewal areas of Salem, Oregon, as part of the University ...
    • Brownfields/Green Neighborhoods: Integrating Riverfront Park with Pringle Creek 

      Costic, Alexandra; Ochs, Kelsey; Thoren, Roxi (University of Oregon, 2010)
      University of Oregon students in a combined architecture and landscape architecture studio worked together to research and develop ideas for integrating Riverfront Park with Pringle Creek and for the redevelopment of ...
    • High Performance, High Density, High Ambitions: Housing for the Salem Housing Authority 

      O'Neil, Shane; Keyes, Peter (University of Oregon, 2010)
      In collaboration with Peter Keyes’s 2011 Advanced Architectural Design Studio at the University of Oregon and the Sustainable Cities Initiative, the City of Salem and the Salem Housing Authority (SHA) sought to re-imagine ...
    • Bicycle Transportation 

      Welch, Monica; Schlossberg, Marc (University of Oregon, 2010)
      The proposals reviewed in this document were generated as a result of collaboration between the City of Salem and the University of Oregon Sustainable Cities Initiative. Fifty-one students in a Planning, Public Policy, ...
    • Salem Police Station 

      Peterson, Alice (University of Oregon, 2010)
      Students developed 24 design ideas for the new Salem Police Station. While there were a variety of approaches to developing the new station, every design addressed issues involving the Civic Center site and the police ...
    • Review of Large-Scale Retail Design Standards and Development Principles: Accessibility, public space, human scale, safety, and sustainability in the urban landscape 

      Witzig, Monica; Turnoy, Scott (University of Oregon, 2010)
      This document is a compiled review of design standards that wil provide the City of Gresham with best practices related to large-scale commercial design standards and development regulations. For large-scale commercial ...
    • Water, Microecologies+ Density: Transit-Oriented Development at Gresham Crossings 

      Hart, Bennett (University of Oregon, 2010)
      This advanced level research and development focused design studio explored the potential synergies between transit-oriented development (TOD) and habitat sensitive and low impact design. Students were asked to generate ...
    • Rockwood Cultural Asset Mapping : Building Community and Engaging Residents 

      Moore, Stephanie (University of Oregon, 2010)
      This document outlines work done by graduate students in the Public Folklore and Cultural Programming course in the Arts & Administration Department during the Winter term 2010 and provides recommendations to the Gresham ...
    • Gresham City Hall : Conceptual Designs Plans for a New City Hall 

      Falkenstein, Lizzie; Arms, Shannon (University of Oregon, 2010)
      Thirteen schemes were developed for the Gresham City Hall project under the Sustainable Cities Initiative during the winter term of 2010. Each group took a unique approach to the challenges and opportunities presented. All ...
    • North Downtown Waterfront Development: Urban Design Proposals 

      Schmidt, Elizabeth M.; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2010)
      During the fall 2010 academic term at the University of Oregon, five groups of three students in an architecture studio course worked with the City of Salem to develop five schemes for the redevelopment of the North ...
    • Advancing Sustainability by Fostering Civic Engagement 

      Nelson, Jonathan; Stavitsky, Al (University of Oregon, 2010)
      Sustainability is a fairly understandable concept when dealing with concrete examples. Buildings and urban planning can reach sustainable standards by conserving energy, efficiently handling waste or encouraging residents ...
    • Downtown Salem Circulation Study 

      Johnson, Pamela C.; Monsere, Chris (University of Oregon, 2010)
      The City of Salem is adapting its current transportation infrastructure to enhance active transportation within the City. The City is complying with the goals of Vision 2020 – a comprehensive effort to secure a vibrant ...
    • Gresham Climate Futures Report: Spring 2010 Climate Preparedness in the Lower Willamette Subbasin 

      Fracchia, Elena (University of Oregon, 2010)
      In this report, prepared for the City of Gresham and the Sustainable City Year program, climate change preparedness will be discussed as it pertains to the City of Gresham and the Lower Willamette Subbasin. The report ...
    • Salem North Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Concept Plan 

      Dong, Baofeng; Mild, Cortney; Margerum, Richard; Parker, Robert; Young, Robert F. (University of Oregon, 2010)
      This concept plan mainly aims to restore the ecology along Mill Creek and the Willamette River and transform the North Downtown Riverfront into a mixeduse neighborhood with affordable housing, public transit, community ...
    • South of Mission (Salem, Or.) 

      Wieczorek, Agatha (University of Oregon, 2010)
      The intent of this study and design work is to respond to the needs and distinct characteristics of the South of Mission area in the City of Salem, Oregon. Our Mission Statement is to encourage economic development through ...
    • Controlling Congestion Through Parking Policy: Minimums, Maximums, and the Road to an Efficient Future 

      Cogburn, Jordan; Yang, Yizhao (University of Oregon, 2010)
      This report was created in response to the City of Salem’s interest in comparing the off-street parking requirements of their zoning ordinance with those of other similar cities in the United States. The report also ...
    • North Downtown Waterfront Development: Building Design Proposals 

      Schmidt, Elizabeth M.; Larco, Nico (University of Oregon, 2010)
      During the Fall 2010 and Winter 2011 academic terms at the University of Oregon, twelve students in an architecture studio course worked with the City of Salem to develop twelve different architectural programs and designs ...
    • Salem Target Industry Analysis 

      Barnes, Emma; Braseth, Mark; Gonzalez, Kim; Hayes, Bryan (University of Oregon, 2010-06)
      This report presents the results of a focused analysis of selected target industries for the City of Salem. The purpose of this project is to support the city’s objective of fostering high wage job growth in Salem, ...
    • Not Big Box: Waremart Redevelopment Plan 

      Larco, Nico; Lowe, Allen; Becker, Chris; Bye, Benjamin; Campollo, Naomi; Chambers, Lydia; Corsaro, Jamie; Hansen, Melissa; Jones, Dijon; Kilkuskie, Alayna; McCormick, Billy; Mitsui, Kendyl; Nichols, Matt; Phillips, Ann; Reid, Dan; Rozsonits, Kaysie; Todescato, Emilio; Webb, Robyn; Winters, Farleigh (University of Oregon, 2011)
      During the Fall 2011 academic term at the University of Oregon, six groups of students in an architecture design studio worked with the City of Springfield to develop six approaches for redevelopment of the former Waremart ...
    • Cultural Mapping in Springfield, Oregon Laura Street and Brattain Neighborhoods: A Civic Engagement Study 

      Grant, Lexie Olivia; Rosenbloom, Karen; Fenn, John (University of Oregon, 2011)
      This report outlines work by students in the Art and Sustainable Society course in the University of Oregon Arts and Administration Program during the fall 2011 term and provides recommendations to the City of Springfield ...