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?
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.
The Yellowstone Heritage Trail feasibility study will identify alternatives to complete a multi-use trail through Paradise Valley between Livingston and Gardiner, Montana. The study will evaluate the physical conditions within the corridor area and the potential costs associated with each alignment. The study will provide recommended future actions to guide the development of the Yellowstone Heritage Trail.
The Town of Estes Park, Colorado was awarded Safe Routes to School (SRTS) funding via the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) through the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT). The SRTS program’s purpose is to enable and encourage children to walk, bike, and roll to and from school by making routes safer, and encouraging healthy and active lifestyles.
The City of Bozeman, Montana and Sanderson Stewart are working on the early stages of new transportation project. The Fowler Avenue Connection project will connect Fowler Avenue from Oak Street to Huffine Lane.
THIS PROJECT IS COMING SOON!