Designed by Paul Coughlin, Kenneth Miraski, Jennifer Leone, and David Briggs, Dave’s non-profit Gowanus by Design publishes the Gowanus Salt Lot Public Park. The proposal includes a new retention tank/headhouse facility, the Gowanus Field Station, a composting/greenhouse facility, and a passive recreation area surrounded by wetlands.
Dave is a guest critic at NC State’s final thesis project review in Raleigh, NC. The graduate architect and landscape architect students tackled a myriad of resiliency and planning challenges around the Gowanus Canal Superfund site.
Construction is complete for Molloy College’s 16,500 sf Dance and Theater Studios on lower Broadway.
David Briggs is invited to the City Tech Design II interim and final presentations for a new performance space in Dumbo.
Loci starts working on the first phase of implementing the master plan for the Sid Jacobson Jewish Community Center in East Hills, Long Island.
Loci is selected to restore the existing cast iron façade at 136-140 Grand Street. The building is in the SoHo-Cast Iron Historic District Extension and was built in 1900.
After several weeks of pedal-to-the-metal design and construction, Unity Preparatory Charter School opens its new high school in a former college building in Williamsburg. The project was led by Rachel Padowicz and Ed Jose, who did an amazing job managing the project under a very compressed time frame.
David Briggs presents his non-profit’s work at Gowanus by Design as part of the day-long seminar, “Planning for Sustainability at the Neighborhood Scale,” at the Center for Architecture. The event was hosted by the AIANY Planning and Urban Design Committee.
David Briggs is selected as the new co-chair of the Land Use/Landmarks Committee for Brooklyn’s Community Board 6.