We Design Better Together

Sanderson Stewart is dedicated to planning and designing enduring communities–communities that are sustainable, vibrant and benefit all. Our vision requires collaboration and we’d love for you to join the conversation! To learn more about a project’s potential impact on your neighborhood, click on one of our public projects below. We believe by working together we can turn ideas into reality and build something truly extraordinary–will you help us make it happen?


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The Bozeman Health land east of Highland Boulevard is one of the largest undeveloped properties in the City of Bozeman, Montana. The purpose of the Bozeman Health Subarea Plan is to better guide future development. Bozeman Health and Sanderson Stewart are approaching this process with a wide variety of community needs in mind. We are looking for ‘win-win’ opportunities to advance Bozeman Health’s mission while balancing the community and neighborhood priorities established in the 2020 Community Plan.

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Fowler

The City of Bozeman, Montana and Sanderson Stewart are working on the Fowler Avenue Connection project, will connect Fowler Avenue from Oak Street to Huffine Lane. Based on pre-design comments, analysis, and City Commission direction, the project team has moved into the design phase of the project. During this phase, a 30% design has been developed and the project team is ready to share with the community.

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The City of Belgrade and Sanderson Stewart are working on the early stages of an intersection improvement project. This project will include the design and construction of intersection improvements and infrastructure upgrades at the Dry Creek Road, Cruiser Lane, and Spooner Road intersections.

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Billings Pedestrian and Bicycle Master Plan

The Billings-Yellowstone County Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), Alta, and Sanderson Stewart are updating the Billings Area Bikeway and Trails Master Plan from 2017. Currently in the preliminary report stage, the 2024 Billings Area Pedestrian & Bicycle Master Plan has identified needs and opportunities for advancing safety and convenience for people walking and bicycling in the Billings area. In addition, the plan has analyzed current trends, engaged the general public and stakeholders, taken an inventory of existing infrastructure and initiatives, and made preliminary recommendations for implementing projects over the next few years. The outcome of this plan will be a clear action plan that outlines priorities for future investment.

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Kagy Blvd. – S. 19th to Willson

The Montana Department of Transportation (MDT) and the City of Bozeman, in cooperation with Montana State University (MSU), the Museum of the Rockies, and other stakeholders, have initiated a project to reconstruct Kagy Boulevard from South 19th Avenue to Willson Avenue.

The project is still in the early planning stages. Additional public engagement opportunities are planned for this spring and the Bozeman City Commission is scheduled to discuss the project in two Work Sessions (dates TBD) throughout that time.

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The City of Billings, Yellowstone County, and Sanderson Stewart are updating the 2001 West Billings Neighborhood Plan. The plan update aims to enhance existing goals, policies, and implementation strategies in the West Billings Area. This plan will create a vision for the continued development of West Billings by coupling an outlook for land use with the transportation system.

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Northstar Park Helena

Lewis and Clark County, along with Sanderson Stewart are in the beginning stages of developing a master plan for the Northstar Park. This master plan will provide a framework for the future development of this site, fulfilling a need in the area.

This project will engage the general public and stakeholders to identify park amenities and provide feedback on the master site plan design throughout the project, ensure adherence to zoning standards, the Lewis and Clark Growth Policy, Helena Valley Area Plan – Update, and the County Public Works Manual, and instill water conservation methods in the design and development of the park.

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