The best way to ensure a sustainable and livable community is to help invent it. Kimley-Horn Placemaking can help you make the ideal real.
In cities old and new, a well-planned and designed urban fabric is the common thread of both sustainability and livability. Our community building philosophy integrates an innovative approach to merge planning and design principles with sustainable infrastructure to help build communities with a strong sense of place and an implementable and maintainable community infrastructure package.
Successful community planning also requires effective consensus among a broad range of stakeholders. Our collaborative and inclusive approach engages the public in the process, educates them on the issues, and invests them in the solution. In short, our proven process helps you transform ideas into reality.