A Year Later: ReBuild by Design


An opportunity to affect real change, empowering young bright minds to design ways to mitigate against further flooding – whether from another “Super” storm or even a heavy rainfall.

Sustain By Design

Just about a year after Superstorm Sandy landed on the east coast causing an estimated $50 billion in damages, a project called ReBuild by Design is entering its second stage to help guide us towards recovery. An initiative of Hurricane Sandy Rebuilding Task Force, the design competition is soliciting ideas to increase resiliency across the Sandy-affected region. The first part of the competition was just completed; each team presented several opportunities in a public forum based on a three month research and analysis period. From this feedback, each will narrow the focus to one idea and work with stakeholders and communities to develop the design solution. The final proposals will be evaluated in March, and winning teams will receive funding for implementation with disaster recovery grants.

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The proposals range widely. One that stood out to me include the team of MIT + ZUS + URBANISTEN, which imagines resiliency…

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