On this edition of TRECcast, we sit down with BOKA Powell Principal-in-Charge Don Powell! This is the final episode of our ‘Transportation Revolution’ podcast series, also sponsored by BOKA Powell, and we talked about the effects that emerging transportation technologies will have on parking. We covered topics like gauging parking requirements for forthcoming real estate developments, whether DFW already has too much parking in commercial developments, and how tomorrow’s transportation needs have caused developers to rethink their parking strategies.
Don launched the firm now known as BOKA Powell more than four decades ago and has helped plan and design more than 35 million square feet of architecture and interiors in his career. Having grown up in a family of builders and working on commercial construction projects by age 13, Don is a real estate lifer. He maintains the best design solutions come from a thorough understanding of the problem and allowing that clarity to drive the process.
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Catch up on our “Transportation Revolution” podcast series:
– Transportation Technology Integration with NCTCOG’s Kevin Feldt
– Futuristic Infrastructure with NCTCOG’s Tom Bamonte
–Autonomous Vehicles with Stantec’s Rod Schebesch
–Designing the Future With The Beck Group’s Michael Kaiser
–Hyperloop with AECOM’s Steven Duong
–Vertiport With UBER Elevate’s Travis Considine
–Bank of Texas Speaker Series (Program Replay): Transportation Revolution
Upcoming TREC events
-There’s still time to register for Community Driven Growth: A Citywide Conversation on February 4 at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Supported by the JPMorgan Chase PRO Neighborhoods grant initiative, the event seeks strategies for equitable development here in Dallas. Come discuss, provide insight and engage with community leaders.
-Save the date! TREC’s annual Young Guns Casino Night will take place March 7. Tickets are now available for the early-bird price of $80 for members and $100 for non-members, through February 11. Proceeds from this event benefit the 2019 Young Guns Foundation Project.
-TREC Community Fund’s Real Estate 101 Bootcamp program is returning for 2019! Applications are due February 4. Applicants must commit to attending each of the four Bootcamp sessions (March 2, March 23, April 6, April 13).