Inevitably; Urbanism has to accept complemented endeavors from Project Management, as rival is making it tangible achievement of Mankind.. Without Project Management, Urbanism will have no implementations or applications to verify.. Without Urbanism; Project Management will have no purpose to deliver.. Therefore, Urban Projectization is an attempt to merge both knowledge domain and enhance the... Continue Reading →

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Let’s All Swim in the Once-Filthy Canals of Paris

Unlike many cities, the French capital has made good on its promise to re-open urban waterways to bathers. How did they do it? We’ve all heard promises from cities to make their once-fetid urban waterways swimmable—probably too many. Boston has been pledging to extend the Charles River’s swimmable days for years now, while Berlin’s beautiful plans to... Continue Reading →

Water Shortage

Major water shortages throughout the summer months in India's capital have led to fighting - in which 3 people died. In this picture residents are peacefully filling their containers with drinking water from a municipal tanker but the situation is dire: By 2020, New Delhi will run out of groundwater.

Why Work Breakdiw Structure is a must for Capital Projects Delivery

Bassam Samman All project management best practices introduce breakdown structures as a proven technique to decompose the project into smaller components that can be managed, monitored, controlled and reported on. Those breakdown structures include Work Breakdown Structure, Organization Breakdown Structure, Cost Breakdown Structure, Location Breakdown Structure, Document Breakdown Structure and Risk Breakdown Structure among others.... Continue Reading →


Arian Horbovetz is a Strong Towns member who writes for The Urban Phoenix. The following story is republished from his blog with permission. It’s interesting how the same topics in various trends become talking points simultaneously. Recently I’ve been inundated with requests to try to define the term “urbanist.” “What the Hell is an urbanist?”... Continue Reading →

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