CCCD Rural Technical Assistance Program
How We Work
Technical Assistance Program
- Assist local community in decision-making processes
- Direct toward sustainable uses for all parts of the project
- Offer options for potential uses that can fit community needs
- Put form to the vision of what is possible for the project
- Assist in evaluation of potential uses
- Direction on protection
Levels of interaction
- Inventory, coordinate, and identify all stakeholders.
- Review, comment and advise with community and stakeholders
- Planning and Design alternatives and identify opportunities and constraints
- Review with community and stakeholders
- Adjust designs to something everyone can live with
- Assistance with grant applications, cost estimates, later design
Process of a project: Precedent study/place making/character of place/Design development
- Multiple alternatives presented for review
- Revisions from draft review to final draft
- Cost estimates
- Phasing and/or action plans
- Final design information on: design intent, LEED's and energy alternatives, and Xeric landscaping.
- Construction Vendor information as available.