BILLINGS | BOZEMAN | DENVER | FORT COLLINS
Every project has a story. A story that about how it came to be, about the vision of what it will be, about how it will make people’s lives better. That story, and the image that the project projects, are critical to the overall success of a project, a business, or even a community. Our branding specialists work with clients from the very beginning of the project to understand the purpose, create a distinctive brand image and message and help them be seen.
Nothing gets built correctly without first accurately assessing, measuring, and documenting the surroundings. Using state of the art scanning, surveying, and GIS technology, we can present the entire picture to the design team before valuable resources are deployed. Working with the correct agencies and municipalities, we effectively create a community “catalog” that is an accurate basis of design and growth for our communities.
In life, it is good to have a map, but a map with navigation is even better. A map is a static glimpse at your surroundings, while navigation continues to lead you in the direction of your dreams. Towards your vision, regardless of change or obstacles. That is our approach to community planning – to acknowledge the current circumstance and see the future potential, and then help to navigate you there. We provide the tools and framework, based on real-world application and implementation fundamentals, that you will need to continually guide you toward your vision.
Within communities, active, well-loved places don’t just happen, they are made. They require the insight of use and purpose, the understanding of the natural surroundings, and the technical expertise to meaningfully integrate the built environment with the natural one. From greenspace to urban infill to planned community development, our designers work to do just that: create the places a community treasures.
Connections are the source of vitality. Like a tree is connected to the earth, like arteries circulating throughout a body. Our civil and transportation engineers connect facilities to the community by designing sites that maximize land use, by designing infrastructure that efficiently links with existing resources, and by designing accessible, intuitive pathways and corridors.