On August 1, Wayne Loveday of KUB spoke about the PACE 10 Update. This is the KUB program to upgrade the wastewater collection and treatment system. Since acquiring the system from the City of Knoxville KUB has been investing in replacement and upgrades to improve the system performance. In 2004 the rate of replacement increased and shortly after that KUB entered into a Federal Consent Decree requiring an acceleration of the rate of repair and replacement of system facilities. This was an update of the work completed so far and the plan for the rest of the program.
On August 15, Anne Wallace, a Project Manager for the City of Knoxville gave an update on the City of Knoxville redevelopment projects. She discussed Downtown, Downtown North, Magnolia Avenue, and Cumberland Avenue projects. Information about all of these projects is available at: cityofknoxville.org/projects/default.asp The projects all are imaginative and will be very beneficial when completed. I , Bob Scott, was disappointed to hear that the underground end of Gay Street is not being made into a tourist attraction.
On August 22, John Byrd, Director of the Clinch River Environmental Studies Organization (CRESO) spoke. His title was “CRESO, Student Driven Field Biology Program” John Byrd is retired from the Anderson County School system but John Byrd continues to lead biological research studies. As Director of CRESO, John organizes field biological data collection conducted by students from middle school to college. These efforts and associated publications in scientific journals have captured the attention of organizations such as the Smithsonian Institute, now a partner, and development of a documentary by Animal Planet. The enthusiasm of John and the amazing interest and participation of his students was very evident.
On August 29, Mike Fowler was the speaker. He is an award winning landscape architect who has made an important impact on many outstanding projects. He spoke about the special challenges of planning public realm projects, the technical teams that are required,
sustainability issues, and key points of place making through the presentation/examination of a number of landscape architectural projects. The title of his presentation was “Landscape Architecture in the Public Realm”.(PDH) Michael F. Fowler, ASLA, LEED AP, was the landscape architectural founding principal of Ross/Fowler in Knoxville. Previously he was a landscape architect with the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Boeing Timberlake Planning Board, and an assistant professor in the School of Architecture at the University of Tennessee.
The Technical Society has been blessed with the presentations and inputs from many outstanding architects in the past and on into the present. The Technical Society founding members included Charles Lester who landscaped the Fulton estate and well known architects Charles Barber, Fred Manley, Clem Meyer and John Graf. We are pleased to have an outstanding
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