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December 01 2014

Brownfield Redevelopment in Galway, Ireland Gives the Harbor A Second Life

December 1st, 2014Posted by 

With regards to redevelopment, a brownfield is land that has been previously used for industrial purposes. As industries change, a site may become vacant and eventually earmarked for redevelopment. The majority of waterfront redevelopment in Ireland, including the redevelopment of Dublin Port in the late 1990’s and early 2000’s, was brownfield redevelopment. In Galway, Ireland, much of the brownfield redevelopment […]

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November 10 2014

Coworking in San Francisco: Redefining Our Everyday Workspace

November 10th, 2014Posted by 

Say goodbye to the worn out 9-to-5 cattle barn of work cubicles. A new movement of alternative workspaces is beginning to take hold across the United States, especially in San Francisco. The number of telecommuters, a.k.a. remote and home worker types, are rapidly growing with the technology age. According to the Global Workplace Analytics, around 25 million […]

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August 13 2014

The Grid’s Top 20 Websites for Engineers of 2014 – Highlighting the Top 10

August 13th, 2014Posted by 

Last year, for the first time, The Grid introduced the Top 20 Websites for Engineers of 2013. We’ve now returned with an updated list, including different rankings and two new names, The South African Institution of Civil Engineering and National Council of Structural Engineers Association. Thanks to Alexa Analytics, we were able to find out […]

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May 22 2014

Chinese Tourism Focuses on Greece’s Aegean Sea as Tourist Season Begins

May 22nd, 2014Posted by 

“Endless Sea, Unfailing Love, Forgetting about Time, Left to Aegean’s Romance,” are phrases and headings of the Chinese monthly travel magazine, World Traveler (Luxing Zhe). This month’s edition is dedicated to the Aegean Sea. The main and more representative islands of the Aegean Sea of Cyclades, such as Paros, Mykonos, Delos and Santorini, are presented in […]

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April 09 2014

Maryland’s Septics Law Highlights Differences of Rural and Urban Communities

April 9th, 2014Posted by 

Maryland’s Sustainable Growth & Agricultural Preservation Act of 2012, also known as the septics law, widened the divide between rural and urban communities in the state. The law is part of a bundle of programs pushed through within the last decade to improve the health of the Chesapeake Bay. Some of these initiatives include: Enhanced […]

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April 08 2014

Online Platform Aims to Fix Their “City of Errors”

April 8th, 2014Posted by 

A couple of years ago, a group of young people decided to voluntarily set up an interactive platform for their city. A platform that according to their official website is aimed at all people who find, deal with and repair the errors of the city where they live. In the beginning, the group created a […]

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March 12 2014

Top 10 Job Boards for Urban Planners

March 12th, 2014Posted by 

If you love cities and want to make them better, stay right where you are. Global Site Plans searched through the web to find the best sources for urban planning job listings. We then used Alexa International Rankings to compile our list and present you, the reader, with the Top 10 Job Boards for Urban […]

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March 03 2014

The Top 10 Job Boards for Architects

March 3rd, 2014Posted by 

Are you a professional or aspiring architect looking for a job in your field of interest? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Global Site Plans has compiled a list of the Top 10 Job Boards for Architects. We dug through the web and used Alexa International Rankings to uncover the most visited websites. […]

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January 02 2014

Seattle’s Metropolitan Improvement District is Bringing People Downtown

January 2nd, 2014Posted by 

When people are sprawling further away from city centers to shop and eat, downtown businesses need to stay competitive. Seattle is using a Metropolitan Improvement District (often known as Business Improvement Districts) to make its downtown a better place for businesses, residents, and shoppers. Most large cities in the United States employ Business Improvement Districts. There […]

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December 26 2013

Farewell to The Grid, From Nick Danty

December 26th, 2013Posted by 

It’s hard to believe that six months have gone by since I was hired here at The Grid. At the time of my interview in June 2013, I was working as a limited-term employee at the Regional Climate Protection Authority (RCPA) in Santa Rosa, CA and was bogged down in climate policy analysis and alternative transportation studies. […]

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December 26 2013

Building Sharing Communities & Cities: Recapping #thegrid Twitter Chat on Sharing

December 26th, 2013Posted by 

Last week, Global Site Plans’ The Grid co-hosted a Twitter Chat about the sharing transformation. In cities and towns across the world, people are trading in the traditional producer-consumer relationship in exchange for practices that create a more accessible and equitable distribution of resources to larger populations.  To get some expert insight on the topic, […]

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December 19 2013

Sustainable Thinking Connecting Lincoln through Green by Design

December 19th, 2013Posted by 

Green design is both an ideology and a process. It encompasses a key sustainability aspect through the utilization and implementation of environmentally sound principles both within development and design as well as within the daily routine of life. Green design looks to take a pragmatic approach to creating a union between the natural world and […]

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October 10 2013

Digital Capitals of America: Lincoln Named the 2013 eCity of Nebraska

October 10th, 2013Posted by 

In a world that is powered by the internet, it comes as no surprise that small, local businesses are turning to online sources as a way to market themselves and expand beyond their shop doors. E-marketing is playing a key role in this transition, helping to establish small businesses and creating growth for both the company and […]

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September 04 2013

The 2013 Top 10 Websites For City Builders – With Coverage of the Top 20

September 4th, 2013Posted by 

Shortly after posting our last Top 20 list, Brent Toderian, an engaged Twitter follower and professional urban planner, suggested we compile a list of websites for “multidisciplinary urbanists / city-builders.” To make a slightly longer story short, we took his idea to heart and created this new list. We gathered every relevant site, none of […]

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August 22 2013

A Match Made In Heaven Shows Why Pop-Up Retail Works

August 22nd, 2013Posted by 

Pop-up retail has always been possible, but maybe it just took the right group of people to make it work on a large scale. Storefront is a start-up company that helps businesses limited to just the web lease out vacant store space for a short amount of time. By developing productive relationships with brokers and […]

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July 17 2013

Where Landscape Architects Go: The Top 10 Landscape Architecture Websites for 2013 – And Coverage of the Top 20

July 17th, 2013Posted by 

On August 28, 2012 we released the Top 20 International Landscape Architecture Websites 2012. Now, the time has come to create a new list for 2013.  This year’s Top 20 lists for urban planning and architecture were released on July 1st and we were excited to see a mix of sites from last year’s lists, […]

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July 10 2013

Steven Chang: A Farewell and Thank You to The Grid

July 10th, 2013Posted by 

Six months ago I started writing for The Grid with the plan to sharpen my research, analysis, and communication of urban issues through regular, journalistic blog posts. That certainly did happen, but there was far more than I anticipated. I found many opportunities to reference my own articles when speaking with colleagues in my workplace. […]

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July 05 2013

The Big Sort: Essential Reading for Aspiring Urbanists

July 5th, 2013Posted by 

Sharing with contemporary masterpieces such as Robert Putnam’s Bowling Alone or David’s Brook’s 2004 publication of On Paradise Drive, The Big Sort – written by Bill Bishop in 2009 – delivers a critical examination of the nature of contemporary American political culture. The idea for the book originated in 2002 when Bishop became interested in researching why certain […]

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June 26 2013

San Francisco Brings Good Luck and Cultural Awareness to Central Subway Project

June 26th, 2013Posted by 

To construct San Francisco’s Central Subway Project, TBMs, or tunnel boring machines, were brought into downtown to bore a 1.5-mile tunnel between SoMa and Chinatown. But before any boring began, the TBMs had to be named. According to tunneling tradition, naming TBMs brings good luck to tunneling project. Sensing an opportunity, the San Francisco Municipal […]

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June 17 2013

Access for All: Our #thegrid Social Equity and Inclusiveness Twitter Chat Recap

June 17th, 2013Posted by 

After raising the question of how to achieve social equity and inclusiveness in urban planning, within our previous post, Global Site Plans’ The Grid and the Center for Social Inclusion turned to Twitter and #thegrid for a thought-provoking conversation on the topic. From this fast-paced one hour chat, four emerging trends appeared: 1. Access to […]

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