2009 PLaCE Projects
Roland Community Center
Extension Interior Design Specialist Lois Warme and a student assisted the city of Roland with plans to transform a vacant grocery store into a busy community center.
Associate Professor Michael Martin and Lecturer Tom Neppl
Landscape Architecture students held a community meeting and designed a park at the site of a former salvage yard in Hamlin.
Onawa Main Street Redesign Concept
Clint Sloss, Professor Doug Johnston
Graduate student Clint Sloss researched concepts for traffic realignments and developed a conceptual plan for incorporating rain gardens for America's Widest Main Street in the City of Onawa.
Collins Maxwell Planning
CRP, Associate Professor Susan Bradbury
Planning students researched interactions of the Cities of Collins and Maxwell and the Collins-Maxwell school district. A comprehensive plan was created for use by all three parties. This was a unique cooperation between cities and a school district.
Children's Museum Exhibit Design
Art GR, Associate Professor Lisa Fontaine
Graphic Design students created unique, interactive exhibits for new museum exhibits at the Children's Museum in Clinton.
Grinnell Storefront Redesigns
ArtGR, Associate Professor Lisa Fontaine
Graphic Design students met with business owners to create new graphic identities and storefront designs for Grinnell's Main Street.
King Irving Neighborhood Empowerment Garden, Des Moines
LA 490, Associate Professor Carl Rogers
Landscape architecture students worked with citizens in the King Irving neighborhood of Des Moines to create a community garden.