NAPA PIPE

COMMUNITY PLANNING
Napa, CA / 2006 - 2015
152 acres

The master plan transforms a 152-acre brownfield site along the Napa River into a mixed use sustainable neighborhood development.  The project received a LEED Gold Certification for its innovative strategies related to green infrastructure and stormwater management, connectivity/linkage to multiple modes of transit, proximity to parks and regional open space, preservation of cultural resources, walkability, etc.  The plan is composed of medium density residential housing, a central public square including retail, dining, and recreational amenities, pedestrian friendly streets with  integrated bikeways, and a variety of public neighborhood parks.  Access to the Napa River is provided via public boat docks and a public pedestrian riverfront trail that connects to an adjacent regional park.  The work included the creation of a comprehensive development plan and design guidelines required for entitlement by Napa County.
 

Project Role:

Scott Dismukes was the lead project manager and primary client contact while an Associate at OLIN responsible for developing and directing all visual communication and coordinating all planning documents.


credit:

OLIN, William Rawn Associates