Posts Tagged "resilient"

Waterloo advances redevelopment in Downtown

Posted by on May 18, 2020 in News | 0 comments

Waterloo advances redevelopment in Downtown

Environmental assessments are also planned for recently acquired lots adjacent to the Cedar Valley TechWorks, helping advance the redevelopment plan created for that area by Vandewalle & Associates.

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Sturgeon Bay weighs impact of high water mark ruling at West Waterfront

Posted by on Sep 12, 2019 in News | 0 comments

Sturgeon Bay weighs impact of high water mark ruling at West Waterfront

STURGEON BAY, WISC. (Excerpts from doorcountypulse.com) — Outagamie County Circuit Court Judge Gregory Gill dismissed an appeal of Sturgeon Bay property owners who aimed to challenge the DNR’s Jan. 3 ruling for a new “high water mark” affecting the west-side waterfront project plans (prepared for the City by Vandewalle & Associates). No private development can go on land waterward of that mark, greatly diminishing the developable portion of the property. Mayor David Ward said after the ruling that it’s time for the city to move forward on the west...

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V&A working with communities on tools and strategies for flood recovery and resiliency

Posted by on Sep 27, 2018 in News | 0 comments

V&A working with communities on tools and strategies for flood recovery and resiliency

In the last few months many Midwest client communities have shifted focus on to efforts to become more resilient. Vandewalle & Associates is ready to work with local areas and our region's environmental and engineering experts to develop new strategies that help people, businesses and communities to better recover, predict, prevent and plan for a future that is likely to include more extreme weather and natural events. 

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Strategies for Resilient Communities

Posted by on Sep 13, 2018 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Strategies for Resilient Communities

Strategies for Resilient Communities

Planning for resilient communities includes sustainability plans, hazard mitigation, siting and relocation planning, floodplain analysis, foodshed analysis, renewable energy and micro-grid strategies, solar analysis, redundant power use, transit and electrification analysis, and so much more.

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Healthy Communities

Posted by on Apr 12, 2012 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Healthy Communities

Healthy Communities

We are on the ground in neighborhoods, communities and regions to identify and advance transformational projects, find funding, and work through pandemic and post-pandemic scenarios to build resilient, healthy places and economies.

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