We are very excited to add a new civil engineer to our team: Ms. Rolla Chng! She comes to us with a diverse background of knowledge, including engineering consulting, co-founding her own small business, and teaching locally at the high school and college levels. Rolla has a wonderful enthusiasm for community-based project work and equitable engineering. We look forward to working with her, and hope you get to meet her soon. You are likely to find her walking the streets of Broadway East in Baltimore as we get to work on the incredible Last Mile Park project with our partners the American Communities Trust, CityLife, and EnviroCollab. Please help us welcome Rolla to CityScape, and feel free to check out our 'About' page for more information.
CityScape is proud to help sponsor an exciting lecture by Dr. Jill Jonnes: "A History of Urban Forests and the Imperative of Green Infrastructure for our City", hosted by Dick Williams and co-sponsored by many other wonderful advocates of making Baltimore a healthier, greener place to live. A round table discussion will follow the lecture, featuring a green-star studded cast of characters, de-paving the way for a greener future. I encourage all of you to attend, and hope to see you there!
WHEN: April 8, 2019, 7-9pm
WHERE: Memorial Episcopal Church, 1407 Bolton St. (Bolton Hill), Baltimore 21217
ADMISSION: Free (goodwill donations will be kindly accepted at the door)
HOSTS: Creation Care Team, Memorial Episcopal Church, and Maryland Episcopal Environmental
Partners, a mission of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland
Construction has just wrapped up at MedStar Harbor Hospital, including numerous water quality and quantity improving best management practices across their campus. We cannot wait until spring, when the native landscaping will really start to flourish! Congratulations to the design and construction team of Blue Water Baltimore, Plisko Sustainable Solutions, Rain Underground, Neighborhood Design Center, Stormwater Maintenance and Consulting, and SBC Outdoors. Read more here: $1.34-MILLION STORMWATER RUNOFF AND GREENING PROJECT UNDERWAY AT HARBOR HOSPITAL