Attendance is free but seating is limited to 30 people, so please RSVP to Dr. Sarkar at [email protected]
Cade Hobbick, AICP, LEED-AP
Senior Environmental Planner, STV Inc.
This session will provide engineering students with an environmental planner’s perspective on a complex resilience project, relating specifically to climate change and rising sea levels, severe storm events, and increased frequency and extent of flooding and the effects on critical infrastructure in an urban area. However, this session will not focus on theory or technology of resilience, but rather on the following learning outcomes:
- Learn what planners do
- See the relationships among engineers and planners and understand that these two disciplines
- Learn what is meant by “environmental review” as a planning function
- Practice thinking like a planner in the various roles they take on
Cade Hobbick, AICP, LEED-AP is Senior Environmental Planner at the engineering and planning firm, STV Incorporated, in New York. Mr. Hobbick has over 20 years of technical and project management experience for federal, state (New York and California), and New York City environmental reviews. Mr. Hobbick leads environmental planning efforts for, and NEPA/SEQRA/CEQA/CEQR environmental reviews of, transportation/rail and resilience projects throughout the Northeast and California, and affordable housing development and large-scale urban rezoning efforts in New York City. Mr. Hobbick has organized/led numerous workshops and speaking engagements related to cultural resources, neighborhood vitality, sustainability and resiliency, as well as LGBTQ community issues; he is a devoted mentor, active member of the American Planning Association (APA) and the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), former Chair of the national APA LGBTQ & Planning Division, currently serving on the AICP National Membership Standards Committee.
For more information, please contact Dr. Dibs Sarkar at [email protected] For those who are unable to attend in person, the seminar will be live webcast via Stevens WebCampus and Blackboard Collaborate.