Our master plans are shaped by the specific needs of the individual parks and campuses: industrial, office, suburban, rural, mixed-use or professional business campus. Each plan is a unique response to the physical constraints and terrain, anticipated uses, anticipated growth (both company types and sizes as well as population and funding), and the surrounding neighborhood. Our process during design works with the system of the developer and stakeholders, the governing agencies, the community, and the potential development community. Additional experience with mixed-use developments, industrial, retail and office planning are essential in planning a business park of this size. The mixed-use planning concepts also allow the opportunity for flexibility and growth over a long-term development plan.
All our master plans share a common element in creating a sense of place. Utilizing views, groupings of buildings, identifiable landmarks (natural or man-made), open space, and gathering spaces combine to create a sense of space. Our plans approach each project a city onto itself. The Plans address not only physical buildings, but pedestrian circulation, vehicular circulation, mass transit circulation, service circulation and support elements as well.