SELECTED RESUMES: Lisa Oman
LISA JOURDY, AICP
Ms. Jourdy has over twelve years of experience in environmental planning. Her responsibilities at PHA include the preparation of Environmental Impact/Assessment Statements and associated impact analyses of project-related impacts on land use and zoning, socioeconomic conditions, open space, historic resources, community facilities, urban design, traffic and transportation, as well as other planning and environmental issues.
Ms. Jourdy is currently serving as the project manager for the EIS for a planned pedestrian-oriented shopping center that would include approximately 350,000 gsf of commercial retail and restaurant uses and one acre of publicly accessible open space, as well as accessory parking in the Baychester neighborhood of the Bronx. She is also preparing the socioeconomics analysis of Astoria Cove, which is a 2 million square foot mixed-use, predominantly residential development proposed on an 8.7-acre site along the Astoria waterfront in Queens. Recently, she prepared the socioeconomic analyses associated with the East Midtown Rezoning EIS, the World Trade Center Campus Security Plan EIS, and the Rheingold EIS.
Ms. Jourdy assisted in the preparation of the West Harlem EIS, an initiative affecting approximately 90 blocks. Her responsibilities include preparation of technical analyses of potential project impacts on land use and zoning, socioeconomics, community facilities, and other technical areas. She also served as the project manager for an EAS for Triangle Plaza Hub EAS, a mixed-use commercial and community facility development in the Melrose neighborhood of the Bronx. Her responsibilities included analyses of potential project impacts on land use and zoning, historic resources, hazardous materials, and other technical areas. She assisted in the preparation of the Lighthouse Point EAS, North Tribeca EAS, West 28th Street Rezoning EAS, 74 Wallabout Street EAS, Harlem River Point EAS, and 1070 Washington Street EA.
Previously, Ms. Jourdy served as the project manager for an EIS for the Public Safety Answering Center II (PSAC II), a 500,00 sf office building that would accommodate the City’s second intake center for emergency calls and command centers for the FDNY and NYPD, in the northeast Bronx. Her responsibilities included analyses of potential project impacts on land use and zoning, open space resources, shadows, urban design and visual resources, neighborhood character, waterfront revitalization policies, and construction impacts, and assessment of alternatives.
Philip Habib & Associates:
University of Rhode Island Master of Community Planning
1999 Cornell University B.S., Natural Resource Management
PROFESSIONAL LICENSES & AFFILIATIONS:
American Planning Association