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  • A Most Amazing Client


    A Most Amazing Client By Bobbie Hill Community Engagement is a fundamental component of all of our work at Concordia. The very nature of that component of our work means that we kind of have two clients – the one with which we have a contract and the community that is participating in the engagement… Continue reading

  • The Roux Carré

    • 2015
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Pop-up food vendors, culinary kitchen, live music

    The Roux Carré is a culinary incubator and food hub that anchors OC Haley Blvd in Central City. Six food “pods” and a culinary kitchen are organized around an internal courtyard that is covered by a shade canopy. An informal stage supports live music, and outdoor seating provides a place to relax and taste the variety… Continue reading

  • Unified New Orleans Plan

    • 2006
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Urban recovery planning

    Following Hurricane Katrina, Concordia convened and facilitated an interdisciplinary team of urban planners, architects, and community organizers to develop the Unified New Orleans Plan (UNOP). Twelve national and local architecture and urban design firms collaborated to deliver ten district plans and one citywide redevelopment plan in less than five months, and the plan included voices of more than 9,000 current and displaced New Orleans residents.

  • Choice Neighborhoods Initiative: Iberville-Tremé

    • In Progress
    • New Orleans, LA
    • Multi-family housing, retail, recreational space, transportation center, urban design

    Concordia is part of a team that was selected by the Housing Authority of New Orleans (HANO) and the City of New Orleans to redevelop the Iberville Public Housing Projects, the last of five major housing redevelopment projects in the city.

  • Tornado Rebuilding Master Plan

    • 2012
    • Springfield, MA
    • Recovery planning

    Concordia led a citywide planning process in Springfield, Massachusetts as the city worked to recover from a devastating tornado. These meetings were not simply lecture-style gatherings, but opportunities for residents and stakeholders to sit around small tables and have lengthy discussions and conversations about issues and projects that were important to them.