Central Park Conservancy Trash and Recycling Receptacles

Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan has primary responsibility for leadership of the Central Park Conservancy's physical planning effort and execution of its restoration / renovation program.

His responsibilities include providing leadership and direction for: all physical planning, project development, public and regulatory approvals, project design and construction, and project management and administration. He is responsible for establishing and maintaining departmental and project controls and is the principal contract officer for major construction contracts.

Christopher Nolan, FASLA
Central Park Conservancy
New York

Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles

Merit Award 2014
Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles

The Central Park Conservancy works to restore, maintain, and enhance New York City’s Central Park, one of America’s most beloved (and with more than 40 million visitors a year, most used) public urban spaces. With a grant from the Alcoa Foundation, the Conservancy enlisted Landor Associates’ New York office to collaborate on a new trash and recycling initiative. Based on industry research and in-the-field intercepts, the Landor team helped the Conservancy develop a multi-pronged approach to address the park’s recycling and sustainability challenges.

Landor Associates
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