The Value of Master Planning
- Bryan Cole
- Land Development, Urban Parks & Recreation, Residential Land Development, Commercial/Industrial Land Development
Are you contemplating expansion or new development of your institution or facility? This can be a complicated effort and I’d like to share with you a few benefits of undertaking a master planning process as an invaluable step in making your growth a reality and less of a headache.
A master plan is more than just a pretty picture. It is like a roadmap, or GPS, charting the course from the current status of your facility, and routing your aspirations and needs so that you arrive at your final location successfully. The following are 4 tips that are just a few planning tools I suggest to help guide you through the journey.
Tip #1: Confirm your FInal Destination - Setting Yourself Up for Success
4 Steps for Incorporating Inclusive Design Elements into Park Systems
Inclusive design encourages equality of play opportunity for all ages and abilities. Incorporating inclusive design elements within our park systems can provide a better quality of life for our communities. I think a lot of us know this, but project deadlines and budgets sometimes prevent a park from living up to its full potential.
4 Factors to Consider Before You Start Your Recreation Design Project
Do you struggle with where to start when it comes to making the required upgrades to existing recreation facilities? If so, you're not alone. The process to renew these facilities can be daunting.
Since these recreation improvements are typically located along a shoreline, there are often several permitting agencies that provide input, direction and approval to construct your recreation project. With that in mind, let me share with you four key factors to consider prior to starting your recreation design, which will help to avoid problems down the road.
Why We Love Green Infrastructure (And You Should, Too!)
- Bryan Cole
- Transportation & Public Works, Land Development, Residential Land Development, Commercial/Industrial Land Development
Whenever possible, we choose Low Impact Development or “Green Infrastructure” approaches for our transportation, land development, and site development design projects. We love "Green Infrastructure” solutions and think you should too!
What is Low Impact Development (LID)?
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