Planning
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Planning

 

CRJA-IBI Group has extensive experience in master planning for a wide variety of sites including parks and open spaces, campuses, new communities, museums, recreational facilities, streets, cemeteries and natural preserves. Through an interactive visioning process, we work closely with clients and stakeholders to establish overarching goals and guiding principles as a basic framework. We then develop an initial program of uses and activities to be accommodated, as well as an analysis of unique features of the site, its constraints and opportunities. We synthesize the above work, and, through collaborative workshops, prepare a number of different options for the overall plan. Evaluating the options using economic, environmental and social criteria, we arrive at a preferred plan that best satisfies the original goals and planning principles.

The refined, final Master Plan typically will be accompanied by illustrative graphics, design guidelines and a report summarizing the planning process. The CRJA-IBI Group process is inclusive, iterative and open to all ideas along the way.

 
 
Select Clients

Abu Dhabi Municipality
Agnes Scott College
American University in Cairo
Amherst College
Aslan Foundation
Bowdoin College
Cambridge Redevelopment Authority
City of Boston, MA
City of Buffalo, NY
City of Cambridge, MA
City of New Bedford, MA
City of Portland, ME
Massachusetts General Hospital
City of Syracuse, NY
College of the Holy Cross
Dedham Planning Board
Department of Conservation and Recreation
Duke University
Emmanuel College
Framingham Planning Board
Gainesville Community Redevelopment Agency
Gettysburg College
Lawrence Redevelopment Authority
Miami University
National Park Service
Newton Cemetery Corporation
Rollins College
St. Lawrence Healthcare System
The Cambridge School of Weston
Town of Portsmouth, RI
U.S. Department of Interior
U.S. Department of Labor
U.S. Department of State, Overseas Buildings Operations
University of Central Florida
University of Maine
University of Massachusetts
University of New Hampshire
University of Rhode Island
University of Tennessee