Connecting Communities with Integrated Design
Research shows that our health, quality of life, and happiness depend on access to nature and immersion in the outdoors whenever possible. Community livability and environmental sustainability hinge upon fully integrating pedestrians and bicycles into our transportation networks.
Whether as part of an urban or suburban network/corridor, or in national, state, and local parks and wilderness areas, our landscape architects are actively involved in planning, designing, and implementing trails and trailhead improvements. This work also involves a full range of pedestrian and bicycle facilities for public and private clients. We work closely with our in-house structural and civil engineers on street crossing, rail crossings, and grade separated facilities (overpasses, underpasses). Our team employs an integrated design approach to delivering the best active transportation solutions for each setting. After all, these are the human-powered byways that connect destinations within our communities, and link our cities and towns together in the regional context.