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APPENDIX B ATTENDEES' BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES RICHARD T. BAUM is chairman of the Building Research Board. A mechanical engineer and formerly principal of Jaros, Baum & Bolles, New York, he is a member of the National Academy of Engineering. THOMAS H. BROWN is Manager of Facilities Planning and De- sign with United Airlines. Prior to joining United, he worked with the Flight Transportation Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and as a vice president with Arnold Thompson Associates, a division of Lester B. Knight & Associates, Inc., Chicago. JANET R. CARPMAN, Ph.D., principal of Carpman Grant Assoc- iates, Environmental Design Consultants, Ann Arbor, Michigan, specializes in social research applied to architectural practice. Her work involves producing information about building user needs and preferences, translating the information into useful design guidelines, and performing detailed design reviews to assess the fit between design guidelines and design alternatives. One of her areas of expertise is evaluating and designing way- finding systems, including signs, maps, environmental design features, and other components that assist users in finding their way through complex facilities like airports and hospitals. Dr. Carpman is the author of many publications, and has re- ceived awards from the National Endowment for the Arts, Pro- gressive Architecture magazine, and Industrial Design magazine. . . . . KEN P. CHONG, Ph.D., is director, Structures and Building Systems, at the National Science Foundation. He was formerly professor and chairman of Structures and Solid Mechanics at the University of Wyoming. Graduated from Princeton in 1969, he 35

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has been editor of two journals and author of several books and over 100 papers in structures, mechanics, materials, and building systems. JAMES F. DAUSCH is currently a vice president and group de- velopment director of the Rouse Company. In that capacity, he manages the Commercial Development Division's site acquisition effort, including its $100 million land banking program with CIGNA. Between 1978 and 1987, he managed the development for the company's Harborplace project in Baltimore, The Gallery at Market East in Philadelphia, the South Street Seaport in New York City, and Bayside Marketplace in Miami, Florida. JOHN FRUIN, Ph.D., is recognized as a leading authority on planning and engineering for pedestrians, and his research is the basis for much of the guidance in that field, including the Transportation Research Board's Highway CanacitY Manual and special report, Measuring Airoort Landside CanacitY. Formerly with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, Dr. Fruin now practices as a private consultant in Massapoqua, New York. RUDOLPH C. GEISSLER is Manager, Technical Support Systems, for American Airlines and responsible for planning, design, and operations of all the airline's materials and baggage-handling systems and related terminal building activities. KENNETH S. GOLDSTEIN is a vice president of BAE Auto- mated Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of BTR plc (U.K.) and the leading designers and builders of airline baggage systems. He has 21 years of experience in the development of automated baggage systems at BAE. During this period, the company has provided over 35 such systems and associated equipment at more than 20 airports in the United States, Canada, and Europe. Mr. Goldstein has served as a consultant to the International Air Transport Association and is a recognized authority on automated baggage identification systems. He has presented several tutorial papers and holds two patents. NANCY HSU is a senior architect with Delon Hampton Assoc- , . sates, Inc., working on assignment to the Parsons Management Consultants (PMC) team. She is task manager for PMC and is responsible for assisting the Airports Authority in administrating the planning and design of the new terminal building at Washing- ton National Airport. 36

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LARRY L. JENNEY is senior program of ficer and aviation specialist for the Transportation Research Board. Mr. Jenney has more than 25 years of experience in research and policy analysis in civil and military aviation. He was involved in studies of automation that underlie the FAA's National Airspace System Plan and, as a project director at the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA), the OTA report Airoort System Develooment 1 984~. ROBERT KIENKER is on the staff of the Dade County Aviation Department. ANDREW C. LEMER, Ph.D., is director of the Building Research Board. An engineer economist with nearly 20 years of inter- national experience in planning of major projects and policy studies, Dr. Lemer has been involved in work at such airports as Baltimore-Washington International, Cebu's Mactan International (Philippines), Sydney's Kingsford Smith and proposed new air- ports (Australia), and New York's JFK 2000 plan. Dr. Lemer was responsible for preparation of the Transportation Research Board's Measuring Airoort Landside Canacitv. . THOMAS J. McGEAN is an engineer/planner specialist in people- mover technology and has been involved in development of systems in Miami, McCarran Airport, and John F. Kennedy Airport. A founder and formerly a principal of the firm Lea Elliott McGean & Co., transportation and traffic consultants, Mr. McGean now practices as an independent consultant in Annan- dale, Virginia, and serves as a specialist consultant for airport people movers to Landrum and Brown, airport and aviation planners. DAVID PLAVIN is director of aviation for Capital Programs at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. JOHN M. PROSSER is professor of architecture and urban development at the University of Colorado at Denver. Prof. Prosser has spent the last five years working with the New Airport Development Office, the Denver Chamber of Commerce, and other agencies and community groups on the planning and design of Denver's new airport. JAMES F. RATTEREE, AIA, is an architect and director of air- port planning and design services for McClier Aviation Group. Besides his involvement in terminal design, Mr. Ratteree has been active in pursuing proposals for private development of airport 37

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terminals and is chairman of the Associates Program of the Airport Operators Council International. MARC L. SCHOEN manages all airport planning and analysis activities for the Douglas Aircraft Company in the Airport Compatibility Group, which is part of Advanced Design Engi- neering. Prior to joining McDonnell Douglas, he was a senior airport planner at the Ralph M. Parsons Co., where he completed airport master plans, state systems plans, and was the coordi- nating technical author for the FAA "Apron and Terminal Building Planning Manual." Prior to Parsons, he was with Continental Airlines and handled facilities planning and development. HARRY SMETANA is technical standards officer within the Airport Standards Office of the Federal Aviation Adminis- tration. CHARLES H. SMITH is executive director of the Florida High Speed Rail Transportation Commission, which is the sponsoring agency for privately funded development of a high-speed line linking Miami, Orlando, and Tampa. Mr. Smith has a broad nac~cgrouna In urban and Interurban rail transport development and operations in a number of areas around the country. ARTHUR SPRING is senior vice president, corporate develop- ment, for Host International, Inc., the nation's leading airport concessionaire. TIMOTHY D. WARD is director of aviation, City of Austin, Texas, which is currently developing a major new airport being designed to balance the quality of service provided to connecting passengers and those beginning or ending their journeys in Austin. Mr. Ward previously was director for the Wayne County Department of Airports, responsible for overall operation of Detroit's Metropolitan Wayne County and Willow Run Airports, and was the 1988 recipient of the Jay Hollingsworth Speas Airport Award of the American Association of Airport Executives and the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. ANDREW ZDZIENICKI is a chief architect at TAMS Consult- ants, Inc., with more than 20 years of international experience in planning and design of terminal facilities at such airports as Pittsburgh, Dallas-Fort Worth, Tehran, Santiago, Caracas, Santo Domingo, and Turin. Most recently, he served as chief architect 38

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for modernization of the British Airways terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport, expansion of La Guardia Airport central terminal, and is currently managing design development of the $3.2 billion JFK 2000 project. 39

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