strawberry hill master plan public meeting 2
The second in a series of public meetings for the Strawberry Hill Master Plan was held April 13, 2017 at the Cheyenne Mountain Jr. High School. Documents and presentations from the meeting are listed below.
Video Presentation by N.E.S. Inc., Strawberry Hill Master Plan, Meeting 2.
N.E.S. Inc., Team of Project Specialists
Tim Seibert holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape Architecture from Ball State University and a Master’s Degree in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Colorado. His education and experience provide a broad knowledge of planning and design approaches to create viable solutions. His career has focused in the Rocky Mountain west, primarily Colorado, which has given him an appreciation of the unique challenges of its environment, culture, and character. Mr. Seibert’s focus is primarily on large scale land use planning, analysis, and site development and design.
Andy McCord began his career as a Civil Engineer in 1982 after graduating from the Colorado School of Mines with a degree in Mineral Engineering (Civil) and a minor in Geological Engineering. Mr. McCord is a Registered Professional Engineer in the state of Colorado. Mr. McCord is a member of National Society of Professional Engineers, American Water Works Association, and Colorado State Association of Floodplain Managers. Mr. McCord’s experience in civil engineering and related fields, includes stormwater management planning and design, floodplain management, erosion control and construction stormwater management, water supply, wastewater collection systems, water distribution system design, roadway design, site engineering, construction monitoring and project management.
Bill Mangle is a Natural Resource Planner with 18 years of experience in open space, trail, and recreation planning; environmental impact assessment; endangered species; and water resource studies throughout Colorado. Bill has worked on multiple open space and natural resource management plans in Colorado Springs, most recently for Stratton Open Space and Ute Valley Park. Bill also specializes trail planning in natural environments and in evaluating the impacts of recreational uses on natural resources. He brings experience and skill in understanding the scientific, social, and policy dimensions of complex resource management issues, and is able to navigate competing priorities to develop reasoned and defensible plans. Bill has a B.A. from Colorado College and an M.S. in Natural Resource Policy and Planning from the University of Michigan School of Natural Resources and Environment.
Lisa Bachman, APR, Bachman pr has nearly 40 years experience providing public involvement and public communications for both public and private sector organizations. Her professional focus is on community and stakeholder engagement and providing support for dialogue between citizens and government agencies primarily on infrastructure, transportation, and land use related projects. She and her firm also provide public communications services to keep citizens, business interests, elected officials, agency staff and other stakeholders informed of ongoing day-to-day impacts of infrastructure construction projects. Some of her notable projects include the Envision Shooks Run plan, Pikes Peak Summit Complex new summit house visitor center, Regional Joint Land Use Study, the Westside Avenue Action Plan and I-25 improvements including T-REX, COSMIX, widening project from Woodmen to Monument, I-25/Ilex Design-Build project in Pueblo, and the Colorado Springs I-25/Cimarron Interchange Design-Build project.
Steve Spaulding received a B.S. degree in Forestry from Michigan Technological University in 1976. Served with the Colorado State Forest Service in Woodland Park from 1978 through 1995 when he entered private consulting practice. Mr. Spaulding has worked with a wide array of clients from Fortune 500 companies to local private landowners. Projects include forest restoration, both planning and implementation, management plans and wildfire hazard assessments and mitigation.
Abigail Sanocki is Cultural Resource Specialist at ERO with over ten years of experience in cultural resource management. Abigail’s technical expertise is focused on historical archaeology, architectural history, and U.S. History. At ERO, she performs all classes and phases of survey, investigation, and documentation of historical resources related to Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) compliance, and also assists clients with archival research and interpretation, public outreach and education, and resource planning and management. Abigail is experienced in drafting National Register of Historic Places nominations and Historic American Buildings Survey/Historic American Engineering Record documentation, and is academically trained and experienced in developing historic contexts for public agencies and museums. Since joining ERO in 2014, Abigail has been responsible for managing cultural resource surveys and drafting evaluation reports and advanced level documentation for proposed construction projects throughout Colorado. Among these projects are several in and around Colorado Springs which have required the evaluation and documentation of historic resources related to historic settlement and early development of recreation in the region. Abigail has a M.A. in History from the University of Colorado, Denver.
Allison Towe, CMD, Bachman pr was recruited to the Colorado Rocky Mountain region in the late 90s to work in commercial real estate management. Throughout her career Allison has worked extensively in large commercial retail facilities specializing in strategic communications and operational management. Her education and experience highlight her interest in public-private partnerships between local governments and private entities with a focus on cultivating rapport, balancing business priorities with public interest, and creating innovative solutions to difficult problems. Allison holds a Colorado real estate license and obtained her Certified Marketing Director designation as a member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC). She graduated with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the University of Iowa, Tippie College of Business.