Page offers national leadership in planning and urban design to a diverse client list including state and regional agencies, cities and counties, districts, neighborhoods, and educational institutions, as well as developers and property owners. Those services include strategic planning, programming and site analysis; capacity and feasibility studies; specific and area plans; as well as streetscape and transportation plans and designs for commuter rail, light rail, bus rapid transit, and multi-modal improvements.
Planning for development in diverse districts and neighborhoods, whether residential, mixed use, office/tech, or other mix of uses, inevitably involves the skills associated with urban design, multi-modal planning and design, architecture, and landscape architecture. At its core, these kind of projects are about creating community and connections and require analytics, data visualization, and community engagement. Page has developed proprietary engagement tools, as well as skills in conducting workshops, meetings, and charrettes in diverse communities.
Our planning and building science teams bring expertise in climate and performance modeling and simulations, as well as site and area scale strategies, adaptation to sea level rise, climate change, and resilience for extreme events such as earthquake, fire, and drought. We are also engaged in research efforts around sustainable design and development, whether for new development or existing neighborhoods.