1. Road to Resiliency: The State of Recovery, Now and in the Future, with Daniel Zarrilli - 6.11.14

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    "Road to Resiliency" highlights accomplishments and next steps, one year after the release of the Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency (SIRR) report. The update will specifically address projects underway and the immediate future of when and where elements of the SIRR will break ground. The evening will highlight federal, state, and local agency coordination, as well as detail where communities remain at risk. We are honored to have Daniel Zarrilli, NYC Director of Recovery and Resiliency and also acting head of the Mayor’s Office for Long-Term Planning & Sustainability, return to speak to DfRR and the larger design community. John Boulé, Senior Manager for Priority Project Delivery at Parsons Brinckerhoff, will serve as respondent. This program, which marks the third anniversary of the founding of the AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee, is our first annual program to gauge progress towards resiliency, identify opportunities, and clarify what is needed to close the gap between them. Principal Speaker: Daniel Zarrilli, PE, Director , NYC Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency, Acting Director, NYC Mayor's Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability Respondent: John Boulé, PE, Senior Manager for Priority Project Delivery, Parsons Brinckerhoff Welcome: Lance Jay Brown, FAIA, 2014 President, AIANY, and Founding Co-Chair, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee Introduction: Illya Azaroff, AIA, Founding Co-Chair, AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee Daniel Zarrilli has been appointed by Mayor Bill de Blasio as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Recovery and Resiliency for the City of New York, leading the implementation of A Stronger, More Resilient New York, the City’s efforts to improve resiliency by strengthening coastal protections, upgrading buildings, improving infrastructure, and making neighborhoods safer and more vibrant. He is also serving as the Acting Director of the Office of Long-Term Planning and Sustainability. Prior to this, he served on the Mayor’s Special Initiative for Rebuilding and Resiliency, leading the City’s efforts to develop a comprehensive coastal protection plan for the five boroughs and was named the City’s first Director of Resiliency in June 2013. In a previous role, he was the Senior Vice President for Asset Management at the New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC), responsible for maritime assets and operations, including the City's two cruise terminals and numerous other transportation and waterfront assets. Prior to joining NYCEDC, Daniel spent five years with Bechtel Infrastructure Corporation. He is a Professional Engineer in the State of NY and holds an MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from MIT and a BS in Civil Engineering from Lehigh University. Organized by: AIANY Design for Risk and Reconstruction Committee

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    • Hornsea (southern sea defences)

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      This video shows the most southern sea defences at Hornsea, Holderness Coast. Beyond the sea defences the rate of erosion has increased due to groynes stopping new material being transported to this part of the coast and replacing the sediment that has been removed by longshore drift.

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      • Hornsea (southern sea defences)

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        Erosion and sea defences towards the south of Hornsea.

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        • Hornsea (southern sea defences)

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          Coastal erosion towards the south of Hornsea along with sea defences.

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          • Hornsea (southern sea defences)

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            Groynes, a gabion and rock armour to the south of Hornsea.

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            • Mappleton

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              The first section of this video shows coastal defences at Mappleton, Holderness Coast. Defences at this location include a rock groyne and rock armour. The second part of the video shows the impact of increased erosion to the south of the defences.

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              • Mappleton (rock groyne)

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                The rock groyne at Mappleton, Holderness Coast.

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                • Scarborough sea defences

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                  Recurved sea wall and rock armour at Scarborough's north bay.

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                  • Scarborough (coastal management)

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                    Energy from waves is dissipated by them breaking against the reventments. In recent times concrete reventments such as accropodes have been used in places such as Scarborough.

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