We love historic downtowns!

Enhancing the economic, social, cultural and environmental well-being of historic downtown business districts in Missouri.

Public and Private INVESTMENT

$964004032

Net new businesses

829

Net New jobs

4097

volunteer hours

443446

Designated Missouri Main Street communities report economic impact in their districts each quarter. Cumulative totals for the program.

 

Blog

Missouri Main Street Blog Section

Blog Home > Design Within The Context Of COVID-19
Design Within The Context Of COVID-19

Mornings on Main with Randy Wilson
Wednesday, May 27 at 8:30AM

 

Historically, “disaster” was thought of in terms of hurricanes, tornadoes, fire, or flooding. More recently, we’ve become aware of a different kind of ‘disaster’ on a global scale related to a viral pandemic. During times of recovery from disaster, are there strategies to be employed from a design perspective that can not only help our communities recover as swiftly as possible, but potentially be better prepared for any impending disaster in the future? 

Randy Wilson will share best practices for design within the context of disaster recovery based on his experience in spearheading planning exercises in ten Mississippi coastal communities after Hurricane Katrina, as well as participating with a team of professionals that prepared eight disaster recovery plans for Vermont communities responding to Hurricane Sandy and Tropical Storm Irene.

Together with webinar participants, he will facilitate a discussion on how we can address COVID-19 from a design perspective. Come prepared to learn and participate with this fast-paced, highly visual webinar that can better prepare our communities for appropriate responses to disasters from a Main Street design perspective.

 

Randy Wilson established Community Design Solutions in 2005 as a community-based planning firm devoted to delivering creative, asset-based design services for community building. Mr. Wilson serves as the consulting architect to Main Street South Carolina and is also the Project Architect for Lake City, SC where he has facilitated the renovation of more than 40 facades, two parks, and streetscape design. In 2019, Lake City was named America’s “#1 Small Town Cultural Scene” by USA Today. Prior to his role in Lake City, he was the consulting architect to Mississippi Main Street Association. To date, he has participated in over 400 resource teams and design and planning charrettes nationwide.

 
Register here: 
https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5466092722153652236

Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
COMMENTS

You will be the first person to comment on this post.

PLEASE LEAVE US YOUR FEEDBACK

First Name:
Last Name:
Email:
Comment: