MICHAEL COBB, PhD, FAICP, PP
AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION
International Urban & Regional Planning
Project Development & Implementation
Public - Private Partnerships
Green Infrastructure & Ecological City Design
to Climate Change, especially Deltas & Waterfronts
Redevelopment & Multi-modal Transport
Global Site Selection & Economic Development
Commercial-Industrial Real Estate Development
BACKGROUND & QUALIFICATIONS
has over thirty years of international experience in planning,
design, management and implementation of urban and regional development
projects located throughout the United States
and overseas. This includes projects and programs in
, Indonesia, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Lebanon,
South Korea, Dominican Republic, Uganda
, South Africa
and other countries.
His experience includes
numerous large-scale urban redevelopment and expansion projects, coastal
zone ecologically based developments and integrated planning and design
for urban, transportation and infrastructure projects for national
types have included capital city expansions, international airports,
national railway expansion plans, major new communities, tourism and
resort developments, urban mixed-use redevelopments, highway corridors,
economic and industrial development plans, and environmental
infrastructure improvement programs. Dr. Cobb
is probably best know for his work in directing the master planning,
urban design and implementation of Jubail New Industrial City, the award
winning mega-project on the Arabian Gulf in Saudi Arabia, a project
highly regarded for its environmental and economic development success.
addition to technical skills in planning, design methods and development
implementation, he has extensive experience in public coordination and
presentations, urban project and program research, business development,
professional staff management, and direct coordination with the highest
levels of government and industry. He is also the author of numerous
technical reports and publications and has been a frequent guest speaker
at professional conferences and universities in the
a consultant with his own firm,
International Development Consultants, LLC as well having been a
former executive and senior professional with firms including the
Bechtel Group, Planning Research Corporation and EDAW, Dr. Cobb has
developed and overseen the planning, urban design, A-E design, financing and
development implementation of projects and programs with constructed
values exceeding 20 billion dollars.
(Urban & Regional
Planning, Urban Design)
U.S. Army Officer
(Civil & Military
(Urban Development: Public
- Private Partnerships
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS & ACTIVITIES
is Licensed as a Professional Planner (PP) and is Licensed in
Real Estate in the State of
, USA. He is also a Charter Member
and Fellow of the American Institute of Certified Planners
(FAICP) and a Fellow
in the Institute for Urban Design.
His professional affiliations have included: the San
Francisco Planning and Urban Renewal Association (SPUR), EcoCity
Builders, New Jersey
Future, the Society of American Military Engineers, International New
Towns Association, American Public Transit Association, The Project
Management Institute, the International Real Estate Institute and APA's
Urban Design and Preservation, International, Transportation, Resort and
Dr. Michael Cobb has also
as Adjunct Faculty teaching a
graduate seminar in International Urban and Regional Development at the
CURRENT & RECENT PROFESSIONAL WORK
2014 - Present: Urbanism3.org: Adaptation to
Climate Change in Developing Countries, in coordination with various
consultancies and research groups.
Ecological Design, Planning, Project Development & Implementation
2007 - Present)
Pre-development work with affiliated firms and clients
for mixed-use urban, tourism, waterfront, transport, environmental and infrastructure projects in
Yemen, Qatar, Djibouti, Vietnam, Egypt
and other areas.
progress: Draft manuscript addressing Third World rapid urbanization,
urban planning and rapid city design.
Advisor, ADC, ASEZA and the Government of Jordan
(Sept. 2004 - 1st Qt. 2007. Also,
on-call for additional consulting assistance)
Since its establishment in 2004 until early 2007, Dr. J. Michael Cobb
served as a Senior Advisor to the Chairman (including serving as interim
Chief Operating Officer) for the Jordanian Government's Aqaba
Development Corporation (ADC, www.adc.jo
), the development arm of the newly established Aqaba Special Economic
Zone Authority (ASEZA, www.aqabazone.com).
To guide and implement the development of
’s only port, the newly formed public-private development entity (ADC)
has been given ownership of all the major land, transport and
infrastructure assets within the zone. As such, ADC is charged with
leveraging the development of assets using public-private partnership
initiatives (PPPs) for the benefit of the overall
as well as for the growth and redevelopment of
and the overall Aqaba Special Economic Zone.
With ADC, and in coordination with ASEZA, Dr. Cobb has had senior
management and technical oversight responsibilities for planning, urban
design, programming and architectural concepts and implementation of
over two billion USD in development projects including expansion and
redevelopment master planning of Aqaba’s two major commercial and
industrial ports, railway relocation and extension, international
airport expansion and urban tourism waterfront redevelopment. In
additional to detailed physical and spatial development planning and
design, Dr. Cobb’s responsibilities also included securing stakeholder
agreements, financial structuring, funding strategies, investment
programming and project implementation. Dr. Cobb also served as a member
’s Inter-Ministerial Steering Committee overseeing development of the
Jordan National Railway Plan.
J. MICHAEL COBB
International Development Consultants, LLC
Director & Consultant.
Princeton, NJ. International planning, design, development and management consulting
services in: urban and regional planning, urban design and land
development; green environmental infrastructure and ecological design;
commercial and industrial facilities planning and programming;
transportation planning; project and program finance; and project
implementation. Major clients have included: Bechtel Enterprises,
Bechtel Civil, Bechtel UK, Bechtel Arabia, Bechtel South Africa other
entities in the Bechtel Group of companies; the Urban Institute;
Regional Housing and Urban Development Offices of US AID in Thailand,
Indonesia, Kenya, Uganda, Jordan and the Dominican Republic; Bearing
Point Emerging Markets Group; Aqaba Development Corporation and the
Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority; Wharton Int’l Housing Finance
Program; New Jersey Commissioner of Environment Protection; various
international private commercial-industrial real estate and
infrastructure development groups; and international planning, design
and development firms ('87-Present)
President and Rocky Mountains Regional Manager,
. Senior principle and corporate officer responsible for directing major
urban planning and new community planning and design projects, including
mixed-use commercial, infrastructure and environmental components of
large scale mixed-use metropolitan land development projects ('85-'87)
of Urban and Infrastructure Planning (worldwide operations),
San Francisco, Ca. Also, Department and Project Manager (various U.S.
and overseas projects and programs). Responsible for urban and regional
development planning; urban design; programming and design-planning
research; transportation and commercial-industrial facilities; and
project implementation services for urban, infrastructure and economic
development projects and programs.
project work and assignment locations:
and Jubail ('76-'79, '81-'84)
of Urban Planning and Design, San Francisco. Also, manager of multi-firm A/E/P
consortium awarded a major federal planning and design research
contract focusing on prototype plans and design guidelines for new
energy efficient ecologically based new communities. Also, director for
land use and environmental planning for major public and private sector
land planning development projects in the western US ('79-'80).
1st LT, US Army Coprs of Engineers, San
Lecturer, University of Pennsylvania,
Planning & Urban Design, Philadelphia, PA
Designer, Casoni & Casoni Architects &
Engineers, Basel, Switzerland
serving as a 1LT with the US Army Corps
of Engineers, appointed Federal-State-Local Interagency Coordinator
for planning of waterfront multi-modal transportation projects for
Northern California. ('70-'72). During his doctoral period he was also a Lecturer in the Department of
Urban & Regional Planning and the Urban Design Program at the
Casoni & Casoni, architectural designer for commercial and
residential projects in Switzerland. ('67)
for detail project
descriptions and graphics)
Montalban LaVega Urban Mixed-Use Development Plan, Caracas
a major developer and the Caracas Federal District, urban district
development plan, urban design guidelines, zoning recommendations and
finance-implementation program for a mixed-use middle income high
density urban expansion residential district of 4000 dwelling units and
supporting community facilities. Project also included a regional
commercial central for central Caracas, a new metro mass transit station
connection and freeway network interchanges.
Spatial Development, Transport and Growth Management
U.S. AID, program assessment and strategic planning for transport
options, environmental quality, urban spatial growth options and related
public/private finance issues for development of the Bangkok
metropolitan region (Consultant to US AID, 1985).
Tourism and Resort Planning
an international development group, in coordination with the State of
Sabah, master planning and design concepts for native village housing,
protection and enhancement areas, hotels and related recreation
facilities, a regional environmental protection plan, and an overall
eco-tourism development program implementation.
Expansion, Airport and Free Zone Development
directly with the Kurdistan Regional Government, consulting on urban
expansion, industrial growth and a new airport development, in support
of a new free zone economic development project for Sulaymaniyaha,
(Consulting Project Manager for BearingPoint, 2004).
Tourism and Transportation Corridor Development
(South Africa, Mozambique)
in strategic planning, programming, development and operations support
for a $300 million tourism-resort complex in
along with transportation corridor/toll roads, commercial facilities and
related infrastructure projects in southern African (Consulting for
Bechtel - LTA, London and Johannesburg, 1995-96)
City, Old City Expansion, Industrial and Infrastructure Development
the Saudi Arabian government and Saudi Arabian Bechtel, national
strategic policy, program development planning, spatial planning and
urban design, and implementation management for the one-third completed
250K person new industrial city at Jubail, plus other transportation and
urban-commercial-housing projects in the Kingdom
(as Bechtel -Jubail Planning Manager and independent consultant
Recovery, Spatial and Economic Development
the Lebanese government's Council for Development and Reconstruction,
served as Consulting Project Manager for the prime contractor, Bechtel
International: work included national development and reconstruction
planning for national-regional spatial development, infrastructure,
housing, transport, environmental, public facilities/services, financing
and related strategies for program management and implementation
Community Development Plan & Urban Expansion,
Aries Properties and the City of
, responsible for master planning a 150,000 person new community urban
expansion plan for Colorado Springs. On the eastern edge of the existing
city, encompassed a 25,000 acre site expanding the existing city
50%; plan included all infrastructure, environmental design guidelines,
urban design plan, public-private infrastructure finance program and an
implementation-annexation program for orderly city expansion.
Development and Urban Environmental Management
U.S. AID in the Dominican Republic, urban environmental management
strategies and program recommendations for:
tourism-resorts, free trade zones development and coastal zone
management; water supply, waste water, solid waste and related health
impacts; energy supply and related environmental impact mitigation;
public-private finance and institutional arrangements (as
Consulting team leader, the Urban Institute and USAID, 1991).
Towns Reconstruction, Roadways and Environmental Rehabilitation
( East Africa)
the aftermath of Edie Amien's destruction of all physical, social and
economic infrastructure in the Luwero Province of Uganda,
senior consultant for U.S. AID's Regional Housing and Urban Development
Office, conducted area surveys and provided planning and development
recommendations for market towns rebuilding and redevelopment,
environmental rehabilitation, roadway improvements and appropriate
construction technologies for redevelopment of the Province
Planning, Environment and Infrastructure Development
's Department of Environmental Protection, special consultant to the DEP
Commissioner for policy analysis and recommendations addressing
statewide infrastructure and environmental programs associated with the
State's new on-going Development and Redevelopment Planning Program
(Consultant to the State of New Jersey, 1988).
urban expansion plans, low income and worker housing design concepts,
invasion settlement planning, transportation and infrastructure, new
community planning, development entity formulation and implementation
programming for growth of the Orinoco River heavy oil region, as
northern expansion of Ciudad Guayana metropolitan region.
Island Tourism & Trade Zone Planning
the South Korean Ministry of Construction and its Strategic Research
Institute for Human Settlements: Master planning, facility design
concepts and implementation program for urban commercial expansion,
tourism development, transportation improvements and infrastructure
Cheju Island, South Korea
's largest island.
Centro Anauco Development Plan
a major Venezuelan investment and development group, master planning,
urban design plan, housing and facility design concepts for a 2.5
million sq.ft. office high-rise commercial mixed-use complex with
transit connections for the central area of metropolitan
Area Transportation Systems
For the federal-state-regional-local interagency coordination group).
Urban-regional intermodal systems planning, including full environmental
and socioeconomic impact assessments, for ports, highway and railway
expansion plans for the 12 counties San Francisco Bay Region.
Pittsburgh International Airport
Authority:. Master plan for aviation related commercial facilities,
on-site and off-site community infrastructure plans and phased land
development implementation program for expanding this major
and the Eastern Province International Airports
economic development growth forecasts, airport and related commercial
and residential land use plans, community design and facility design
concepts; including infrastructure
phased investment scheduling and implementation program, and
and International Projects.
and projects involving urban design, master plans, general land use and
related economic development plans for public and private clients in
California, Utah, New York State, Alaska, Switzerland, South Africa,
England, Egypt and Indonesia.
Michael Cobb has been interviewed and quoted in American Executive
Magazine, Gulf Business (a professional publication covering
development in the Middle East) and has appeared on regional television
in the U.S. and the Middle East. He has also made major media covered
public professional presentations in
, Colorado, Washington,
DC, California, France, Venezuela, South Korea
and other locations.
(Related to Project Experience Cited Above)
Urban Master Plans & Development Implementation Projects:
Formulated urban design and environmental plans, facility design
concepts, produced land use and related infrastructure and transport
plans; conducted socio-economic and market studies and development
financing and implementation programs for 12 major
urban-regional-industrial international projects with constructed values
exceeding $20 billion in South Korea, the US, Jordan, Venezuela, South
Africa, Thailand, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia and other countries.
- Regional Urban Environmental Plan:
Team leader for the USAID-Urban Institute team which formulated for the
the first country-wide "strategic urban environmental
infrastructure planning and development program” in support of new
USAID federal global environmental mandates.
Reconstruction Plan & Implementation Program:
For Lebanon’s CDR (the Special Ministerial Council for Development
& Reconstruction), and in coordination with the World Bank, the
European Investment Bank and various donor countries National Recovery
advisor and team leader for formulation, planning and design,
evaluating, financing and implementation of urban, transport and
infrastructure projects comprising the national reconstruction and
development program. Successfully planned and integrated 125 projects in
a $3.2 billion national reconstruction investment program and secured
$175 million in World Bank program initiation financing.
Efficiency - Sustainable Community Design Research:
Formulated and managed the first US federal agency sponsored community
design and development research program addressing comprehensive energy
efficiency, urban spatial form, environmental planning, mass transit,
utilities and construction innovations (part of a federal national
defense community-base systems support program).
- Private Agreements - Development Business Plans:
Formulation of the Management Development Agreement(s) between the Aqaba
Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA) and the Aqaba Development
Corporation (ADC) – this region wide PPP (public-private partnership)
specifies duties and obligation of both parties regarding planning,
regulatory control, financing and development of all Aqaba zone assets,
including: water front tourism area; commercial and industrial ports;
all commercial land; the industrial zone; the international airport
zone; and zone utilities systems. Formulation of the Board-Gov't
approved first annual and five year business plan for the ADC.
Strategic Planning: In
Saudi Arabia, appointed to a governmental task force which produced
national strategic planning guidelines for promoting economic
development, secondary industry development, private sector
participation and coordinated planning and regulatory guidelines for the
Kingdom's new industrial cities at Jubail and Yanbu. Also, served as a
’s Inter-Ministerial Steering Committee overseeing development of the
Jordan National Railway Plan.
- Infrastructure - Urban Growth PPPs:
With ASEZA (the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority) and
ADC (the Aqaba Development Corporation), formulation of specific
PPP (public-private-partnership) options, evaluation methodologies,
financing and implementation plan for over $ 2 billion PPP investment
program in urban waterfront tourism redevelopment, industrial expansion,
railway relocation and airport expansion for Jordan’s only seaport at
Transfer & Training:
As a direct consulting advisor, or while seconded to national
implementation agencies, for Venezuela, Lebanon and Jordan, successfully
worked with national and local organizations to establish and train new
professional departments for addressing regional planning and
development, urban planning and urban design tools and methods,
regulatory controls, environmental planning/EIA, growth management,
Smart City GIS,, project
finance, private sector participation and economic development.
REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS: Currently Internet Posted
note: The following selected articles are available on Dr. Cobb's
website, www.idcworld.com. Developed and updated from 2001-2010, these articles
are primarily based upon, or closely related to, the various reports
and publications cited in this section. Although these Internet
available articles are related to Dr. Cobb's previous work, all have
been edited, vetted and/or updated to permit a broad public release to
the professional community and interested parties.
New Industrial City & Saudi Arabia's Economic Development:
Al-Jubail Al-Sinaiyah, Saudi Arabia
Mass Transit: Planning,
Design, Finance &
to Climate Change-In the World's Poorest Countries:
Impacts, Costs & a Framework for Action
Urban Infrastructure: Planning & Development
in Emerging Markets
Arabia's New Private Sector Development Strategy: Institutional
Changes & the Privatization Challenge
Urban Infrastructure Development:
& Structures for Financing
Spatial Development Plan,
Building Reconstruction & Investment Programming
REPORTS & PUBLICATIONS
Plan for the
. Prepared for the Aqaba Development Corporation & approved by the
Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, Aqaba,
Jordan, May 2006. Publicly released.
Plan for the Aqaba Southern Industrial Zone.
Prepared for the Aqaba Development Corporation & Approved by the
Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority, Aqaba,
, April 2006. Publicly released.
PPP Strategy Reports for Aqaba: Main
Redevelopment; Industrial Terminal; Oil Terminal; General Cargo
Terminal; and the New Combined Ferry Terminal and Border Crossing
Project”. Prepared for the Aqaba Development Corporation, December
2005 and March 2006. Confidential; not publicly released.
between Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority and Aqaba Development
Corporation: co-author and team leader: Three contractual documents
outlining duties and responsibilities regarding development of Aqaba
assets. Prepared for the National Council of Ministers,
Jordan ; June 2006. Approved; confidential; not publicly released.
ADC Corporate Business Plan 2005-2009.
Prepared for the Board of Directors, Aqaba Development Corporation,
Jordan. Confidential; not publicly released.
Design and Development of
Sulaimaniya's Airport Special
Economic Zones in Kurdistan,
: Issues of Policy, Facility Programming, Master Planning and
Public-Private Finance". Prepared for the Kurdistan Regional
. 2004 Confidential; not publicly released.
's National Recovery and Development
Analysis and Strategy Recommendations".
Prepared for Bechtel Ltd.,
and Bechtel-LTA, S. Africa, Nov. 1995, March 1996,
; Prepared for the Office of the Vice President, Government of South
Africa. Confidential-not publicly released.
Planning for the Reconstruction and Development of
Editor/co-author for 9+ volumes addressing:
infrastructure, transport, spatial development, environment,
social services, institutional, finance and program management. Prepared
for the Ministerial Council for Development and Reconstruction (CDR),
, by International Bechtel and Dar Al-Handasah, Beirut
Republic Urban Environmental Strategy.
Prepared for the
AID Regional Office of Housing and Urban Programs,
. Published by the Urban Institute, Washington
Regional Development and Market Town Development in
: Potential U.S.
AID Roles in the Luwero District with National Implications".
Prepared for the
AID Regional Office of Housing
and Urban Programs,
for USAID Involvement in Urban Development and Management:
Recommendations for Housing and Transportation Programs in
and Thailand". Prepared for
the USAID Regional Office of
Housing and Urban Programs, Bangkok, 1985.
Comments and Proposed Amendments to the Preliminary
Development and Redevelopment Plan".
Prepared for N.J. Office of State Planning from the Office of the
Commissioner, N.J. Department of Environmental Protection, 1988.
Plan Update, Madinat Al-Jubail Al-Sinaiyah (Jubail New
City): Summary and Policy Review.
Prepared for the Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu by the
Commission and Saudi Arabian Bechtel Limited,
Saudi Arabia, 1984.
Industry New Towns: Problems and Opportunities".
Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Conference, International New
Towns Associations (INTA), Cergy-Pontoise,
Information Systems Development and Automated Community Programming,
Technical Research and Development, Bechtel C&M, Inc., San
Tourism and Resort Development, Sabah,
Malaysia: Planning, Design and Development Concepts - Preliminary
Prepared for the Malaysian government and private investors, by Bechtel
San Francisco, 1980.
Analysis and Evaluation: Jubail New
". Seven technical volumes on: Urban Design; Architectural Design
and Programming; Land Use, Infrastructure and Transport; Social
Services; Environment and Landscape Architecture and Growth Management.
Prepared for Saudi Arabian Bechtel Company, London &
on Urbanization Problems in Ciudad Guayana".
Technical Report (addressing planning, construction and
development implementation problems faced by CVG, the agency responsible
for regional planning and development). Prepared for the Venezuelan
government and Lagoven, Petroleos de Venezuela; Bechtel Incorporated,
: Key Issues in Community Planning and Development.
Use; Urban Expansion of Ciudad Guayana;
Villages Upgrading and Expansion; Master Plan for New Monagas City;
and Regional Infrastructure Plan. Prepared for Lagoven, Petroleos de
Venezuela and Bechtel Incorporated, 1979.
La Vega (Caracas
Metropolitan Area): Master
Plan, Development Program and Economic Feasibility Analysis.
(Recommended Development Strategy, Guidelines for Facilities and Urban
Design, Public Coordination, PUD-Zoning Concepts and Modifications and
Implementation Program. Prepared for
municipal government and private
investors by Bechtel International, Caracas, 1978.
Financiero Anauco (
Central Caracas): Development
Program and Economic Feasibility Analysis.
(Recommended Development Strategy, Guidelines for Urban Design,
Development Planning, Zoning and Implementation Program).
municipal government and private investors by Bechtel International,
Operating Bases Conceptual Planning:
Environmental Protection, Energy Efficiency, Building Systems and
Community Design Concepts and Prototypes.
Prepared for the
Department of Defense by EDAW, Ehrenkrantz Group & Brown and
San Francisco, 1980.
a Behavioral Basis for Urban Planning and Design.
Doctoral Thesis. Prepared for the Dissertation Review Committee:
Department of City and Regional Planning, the Urban Design Program and
Pennsylvania, May 1976.
American Planning Association:
National Convention, Boston
USA, "Adaptation to Climate Change in Developing Countries";
Roundtable Discussion: International Planning Perspectives.
Amman, Jordan: “Development, Redevelopment and Expansion of the Aqaba
Special Economic Zone" Master planning for port upgrading, urban
expansion, tourism, commercial and industrial growth in Aqaba and
for International Development and the American Planning Association,
"Lebanon' Program for Development and Reconstruction".
University, Woodrow Wilson School of International and Public Affairs,
"Policy and Planning for National Recovery" for the WWS
Fellows Program, addressing the national physical, urban, environmental,
institutional and economic recovery issues facing the Reconstruction of
University, Department of City and Regional Planning,
, "Planning and Implementing International Development
Saudi Arabia, "Development Planning, Urban Design and Implementation of the
, International Housing Finance Program, University
Pennsylvania, "Urban Development, Planning and Public-Private
Infrastructure Finance in Developing Countries: Emerging Trends and
Institute for Urban and Human Development, Seminar for Third World
Professionals, San Francisco, "Urban Design and Infrastructure
Planning in Developing Countries".
Planning Association, "Review
of Urban and Regional Development Projects in the Middle East and Latin
University, Graduate Program in Infrastructure Planning and Management,
"Urban Mega Project Development: Public and Private Sector Roles in
New Towns Association, 6th Annual Conference,
, "Industrial Growth and New Town Development:
Opportunities and Challenges facing the Third World.".
California, Berkeley, Program in City and Regional Planning,
"Implementing International Urban Development Projects and
HONORS & AWARDS
federal interagency environmental Task Force, which formulated and
applied the first nation-wide operational guidelines implementing the National Environmental Protection Act.
to the first US
's Inter-Ministry Technical Steering Committee for development of the
Kingdom's New National Railway Plan, including rehabilitation and
privatization options for implementation and integration into Aqaba's
urban waterfront redevelopment plan..
to the joint Jordanian-Israeli Gulf of Aqaba Peace
Park Project, a bilateral initiative seeking to insure
protection to the coral reefs and other ecological resources within the
and adjoining urbanizing areas.
to the Saudi Arabian Industrial Development Task Force for expansion of the country’s two major new industrial cities: Jubail
and Yanbu on the
of Master Planning, Urban Design & Development Implementation for
Winning Jubail New Industrial City, Saudi Arabia
Bechtel Group's Certificates of Merit for research and development in planning, design and development
implementation methodologies for
urban and regional development programs
the US Army’s Commendation Medal for innovations in urban and regional planning, infrastructure and
environmental research for nationwide programs of the
Corps of Engineers.
Awarded the Paul P. Cret Graduate
Fellowship from the School of Design, University
and the School Medal of the American Institute of Architects from the
Admitted to the
College of Fellows, American Institute of
Planners, American Planning Association.
J. Michael Cobb is married, a US
citizen and has a permanent residence in
Lawrenceville, New Jersey
detailed descriptions and example outputs related to planning, design and
implementation of many of the projects and programs referenced above can
be found at Dr. Cobb other websites, including
and www.transgate.net. References and other
information can be requested by contacting Michael Cobb at