We invite you to join us in person OR online to discuss Megaprojects for Megacities: A Comparative Casebook with editor John D. Landis, Professor Emeritus at University of Pennsylvania’s Weitzman School of Design.
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Megaprojects for Megacities: A Comparative Casebook
Megaprojects for Megacities is a collection of 14 international case studies of transportation, urban development, and environmental megaprojects completed during the last ten years in North America, Asia and Europe. It goes beyond the previous megaproject literature to look at how and why each project was conceived, planned, engineered, financed, and delivered, and at how particular planning and delivery practices shaped outcomes.
4:30-4:35pm - Introductions
4:35 - 5:15pm - Presentation
5:15-5:30pm - Discussion Q&A
John D. Landis is an Emeritus Professor of City and Regional Planning at Weitzman School of Design, University of Pennsylvania. Professor Landis' research interests span a variety of urban development topics. His current and recent research focuses on metropolitan equity, gentrification and neighborhood change, affordable housing, sprawl and growth management, and smart cities technologies.
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