City planning -- Washington -- Kalama, Waterfronts -- Recreational use -- Case studies, Waterfronts -- Washington -- Kalama -- Design and construction
The Kalama Waterfront Preliminary Site Plan sets the groundwork and approach for development of an underutilized 33-acre tract owned by the Port of Kalama. The Plan is intended for the Port of Kalama to use as a starting point for waterfront development. The Plan and implementation strategies will aid the Port by providing a conceptual view of the waterfront and a process by which to begin putting the vision of Kalama's Front Yard in motion. This project was conducted under the supervision of Sy Adler, Deborah Howe, Connie Ozawa, and Sumner Sharpe.
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Rencher, Kenneth; Miller, Michelle; Hendriksen, Lisa; and Hamilton, Leslie, "Kalama's Front Yard: A Preliminary Waterfront Site Plan for the Port of Kalama" (2006). Master of Urban and Regional Planning Workshop Projects. 6.