Faculty: Ignacio Dayrit

Ignacio Dayrit, MCP

Title(s):
Adjunct Professor
School(s):
Business
510-499-7994
Campus(es):
San Francisco, Online

Ignacio Dayrit has 30+ years local government and non-profit experience helping communities reuse blighted properties.


COURSES TAUGHT

EMPA 322
Resilience, Livability, and Sustainability
 

RESEARCH INTERESTS & AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

  • Redevelopment financing, planning
  • Community participation and implementation

EDUCATION

  • Master in City Planning, UC Berkeley
  • BS Architecture, University of the Philippines

PROFESSIONAL & TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Adjunct Professor, Golden Gate University
  • Adjunct Lecturer, Ateneo de Manila University, 2005

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • Lessons Learned in Tracking Institutional Controls in Emeryville, California, in Implementing Institutional Controls at Brownfields and Other Contaminated Sites, 1st and 2nd editions, Amy Edwards editor, 2003 and 2012
  • Successful redevelopment and risk management in Emeryville, CA, Arulanantham, Feldman and Dayrit, in Brownfield sites: assessment, rehabilitation and development, A.C. Brebbia editor, 2002
  • Recommendations to the City of Gardena for an Effective Environmental Review Plan, CCLR, 2008
  • West Fresno. Various reports on areawide planning, community outreach and site-specific redevelopment; 2011, 2012 and 2018
  • Brownfields Are More Critical to Economic Development Than Ever, Journal of the California Association for Local Economic Development, March 2017
  • Fight Blight in Your City With Brownfields Tools, Western City, May 2017

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS

  • Member, California Association for Local Economic Development


HONORS & AWARDS

  • Phoenix Awards for Brownfields redevelopment projects for the following projects: Bay Street Project (2003), BridgeCourt/East Baybridge (2001), Chiron Project (1999)
  • Global Bangemann Challenge (1999) Awarded by the King of Sweden in recognition of effective use of information technology for the improvement of society.