Learn how to establish a network of regional trails and greenways to connect cities, centers, parks, natural areas, and neighborhoods in your area by attending this month’s webcast. Professionals from Rundell Ernstberger Associates, LLC will give insight on linking parks to pedestrian networks.
Presenters for this month’s webcast include Cheryl Chalfant and Carl Kincaid. Cheryl Chalfant currently serves as project manager for several ongoing projects. She currently works as project manager for the University of Evansville’s Dr. William R. Ridgeway University Center project in Evansville, Indiana. Elements of this project include an outdoor amphitheater and a pedestrian link of the north and south ends of the campus. Carl Kincaid is principal-in-charge of many of the firm’s institutional and municipal planning and design projects. Mr. Kincaid is also the principal-in-charge for the award-winning RiverWalk Master Plan in Noblesville, Indiana.
The date and time for this webcast is June 22nd at 2:00 pm EST. If you are interested in attending this or any of our future webcasts, please make sure to register at www.eppley.org before the date of the presentation to receive the webcast URL.
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