Category: Planning

Wayfinding systems provide easy way for visitors to get from Point A to Point B

By David Land, LEED AP If you’ve ever been lost in the woods, spent hours searching for your car in a municipal parking garage, or stumbled upon every building on campus except the one in which your first class of the semester is meeting, you know the importance of wayfinding. About the Expert: David Land,… Read More »

Quality of Life and Community Resilience: Ensuring a Vibrant Future for Downtown

By Jason Ilstrup and Mike Scholl A community’s goal for its downtown is that it enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors by providing a hub where people come together. Over the past 18 months, however, the resiliency of downtowns has been tested more than it has for decades. Among the keys to… Read More »

Can Multiple Grants Be Stacked to Fund Single Project?

By Scott Wilson, PSS, and Keely Campbell, PG Anyone who’s been working on infrastructure projects for a while knows grants can take care of a significant portion of the price tag. But 80% or 100%? By combining multiple grant applications in multiple programs, this holy grail of funding is possible. In this post, we will… Read More »