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Evening Program: Connecting Communities through Engagement: Great Rivers Greenway and The Brickline

April 3 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm


We are excited to partner with AIA St. Louis for this program on how the Brickline Greenway is a catalyst for driving more equitable outcomes for St. Louis communities.


Designing a Movement

Learn more about the Brickline Greenway as a catalyst for change, connecting our community and ensuring more equitable outcomes for all. This session will introduce the Brickline, discuss its inclusive design process, the benefits of re-imagining green infrastructure, the role of art as a catalyst for civic well-being, mobility, design for health and wellness, and the importance of public private partnerships.


Thanks to the program sponsors!



Chip Crawford, FASLA, PLA, LEED Green Associate, Managing Director, Lamar Johnson Collaborative

As Managing Director for LJC, Chip Crawford is a practice builder, creative thinker, and problem solver. An award-winning Landscape Architect, Chip has more than 40 years of experience leading complex, planning, landscape architecture, and urban design projects across the globe. A true collaborator, Chip connects with clients and has a unique ability to stimulate creative thinking and problem-solving, bringing proven expertise and the freshest thinking to the table. He has dedicated his career to being a steward of the public realm and creating inspiring places that improve the quality of people’s lives. Chip’s experience is at every scale, from city planning to community planning, mixed-use districts, streetscapes, academic and corporate campus planning and design, greenways, and parks, to site-specific landscape architectural design on projects worldwide. His design ethic yields a balance of respect for the brilliant craft of previous best practices, with a view to future tools and technologies, cultivating next practices. All in an inclusive and informative process, which leads to positive outcomes. Chip is a Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, a Past President of the Landscape Architecture Foundation, a previous ULI Chair for the St. Louis District Council, and a Kansas State University Alumni Fellow. He is a frequent speaker and event leader who has presented and led ULI, ASLA, Extreme LA, CoreNet Global, LAF, and University Programs events.

Neil Eisenberger, PLA, ASLA, Principal & Senior Project Manager, Lamar Johnson Collaborative

As a Principal and Senior Project Manager, Neil is a team builder, critical thinker, and mentor. Neil focuses on design implementation and management of projects, and he has been a leader in local and international projects. His projects range from small community parks, urban plazas, streetscapes, greenways, and extensive community master planning. Many of his projects have involved community engagement with residents and stakeholders, a process Neil enjoys as consensus building from the surrounding communities makes for successful projects.

Mark Vogl, PLA, Senior Project Manager, Great Rivers Greenway

Mark Vogl is a senior project manager at Great Rivers Greenway. With his professional background in urban planning and landscape architecture, his primary responsibilities at GRG are to lead greenway master planning, facilitate community engagement and implement the district’s Regional Plan, which is GRG’s blueprint for developing a network of greenways and making the St. Louis region a more vibrant place to live, work and play.
Prior to joining Great Rivers Greenway in 2013, Mark spent nearly twenty years with HOK’s Planning Group and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Panama. He received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture degree from Kansas State University and studied Urban Design at Washington University in St. Louis.


Free – MO Gateway Green Building Council – Members
Free – Students
$25.00 – NON-Members


Networking will take place from 5:00 – 6:00pm, followed by the program from 6:00 – 8:00pm.



April 3
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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St. Louis Council Office of the Mid-America Carpenters Council
1401 Hampton Ave
St. Louis, MO 63139 United States
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