responding to planning
Planning for communities involve a process of public participation. Historic, current and future needs are assessed in an effort to address a planned evolution that links the community to other neighborhoods and surrounding areas. The planning process is key to establishing a community’s cultural, physical and economic growth, resulting in a document that serves to lead the community through future development.
Environmental projects study the use of land that have a history of contamination. Adaptive reuse of brownfields, landfills and other environmentally challenged lands into parks, ecology centers and urban infill projects are explored in the design process.